2020-2021 CHISD Instructor of 12 months
(CEDAR HILL, TEXAS) Deldrick Burley and Ebonie Davis each grew up in Dallas County – graduating within the high 10 p.c of their respective excessive faculties – and had their selection of the place they wished to turn into skilled Arithmetic educators.
They each selected Cedar Hill ISD, and earlier this night, they had been named 2020-2021 Cedar Hill ISD Academics of the 12 months. They may obtain a $1,000 verify from the Cedar Hill ISD Training Basis (CHEF). The ten Campus Academics of the 12 months will obtain a $200 verify from CHEF.
“Cedar Hill ISD wish to congratulate Mr. Burley and Ms. Davis on this unimaginable accomplishment,” CHISD Superintendent Dr. Gerald Hudson mentioned. “Incomes a District Teacher of the Year honor is kind of a feat, however doing so throughout a Pandemic yr is much more spectacular. The truth that each of our Academics of the 12 months are Arithmetic lecturers exhibits that the district is able to be STEMSpired.”
Burley, in his seventh yr at CHISD, is the second consecutive Permenter trainer to be named CHISD Secondary Instructor of the 12 months, following within the footsteps of his colleague, Angel Hale. “Mr. Burley is an exceptional asset to the campus,” Permenter Principal John Ensley mentioned. “He’s actually an skilled in his subject and makes use of engaging methods to help his scholars understand and experience the enjoyment of studying.”
Burley grew up in Mesquite and graduated from Stephen F. Austin State College in Nacogdoches. He’s presently incomes a Grasp’s Diploma from Liberty College in Virginia and hopes to make the transition to administration quickly.
Bray Interim Principal Shequita Miller mentioned the district’s unique elementary campus is happy with the CHISD Elementary Instructor of the 12 months.
“Ebonie Davis is a servant chief,” Miller mentioned. “She is an inspiration to everybody that she serves. She has the compassion to build intentional positive relationships with all students. Her love for the sphere of schooling is unparalleled. We’re all higher as a result of now we have been blessed to know her and witness her greatness. It’s an honor to serve alongside her.”
Davis grew up in Dallas and graduated from the College of Texas in Austin. After instructing in Dallas ISD, she determined to hitch Cedar Hill ISD.