In a surprise ceremony, Middle School math teacher received SCISA's prestigious LEAD Award yesterday during Chapel.
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CONGRATULATIONS to MS teacher Kenneth Lynch, who received the SCISA Learn, Educate, Advance and Develop (LEAD) award on Wednesday from SCISA Executive Director Larry Watt.
"All of our Middle School Math students come to appreciate the careful instruction and dedication Mr. Lynch displays on a daily basis. He is committed to his students and spends a great deal of time working with students to make sure they understand Algebra," says Maureen Daily, Head of Middle School.
"Each year, he works with students to prepare them for many different competitions, whether it's the Spelling Bee, MATHCOUNTS, or the SCISA Math meet," Ms. Daily adds. "He is constantly encouraging our students to perform at their best and participate in Math outside of the classroom. Mr. Lynch's excitement when his students do well is contagious! He's the kind of math teacher I wish I had!"
"Mr. Lynch consistently shows a passion for his teaching - not in simply sharing his love of mathematics, but in helping each of his student succeed in his courses. I am thankful for the commitment he has made in supporting students in these academic competitions. Kenneth builds up his students in the best spirit of healthy competition," adds Head of School D. DuBose Egleston, Jr.