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March 26, 2014

Carver named state Outstanding American History teacher

THOMASVILLE — Teresa H. Carver, Thomas County Central High School’s 2013 Teacher of the Year, has been named the Outstanding American History Teacher of the Year for the State of Georgia for 2014.  This award is sponsored by the Georgia Society Colonial Dames 17th Century.  The announcement that Carver was the recipient of this prestigious award was made at the Spring Conference, held at the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel and Conference Center in Marietta, Georgia.  

Dianne Cannestra, State Society President, and Mary Grace Whittle, State Historian, made the announcement and presented Mrs. Carver with a certificate and a monetary award.  President Cannestra said, “Mrs. Carver is to be highly commended for her outstanding accomplishments in the field of education and for her dedication to her students and the teaching profession.  Her colleagues and students, past and present, recommended her for this honor with no reservations.”

Carver was accompanied to Atlanta by her husband, the Reverend Alfred Carver.  Also in attendance for the John Lee of Nansemond Chapter, NSCDXVIIC, were chapter President Jinanne B. Parrish and Nancy P. Carter, member.

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