Each of Cleveland’s four school buildings annually select a Teacher of the Year. This year’s honorees are: Primary - Kim Gruenwald; Intermediate - Brittany Endicott; Middle - Angela Tucker; CHS - Amy Stump. From the four, the Cleveland faculty selects one to be the district-wide Teacher of the Year. This year, that honor went to Kim Gruenwald, who was featured in a recent edition of The American.
Here is an opportunity to get to know the other teacher standouts.
Cleveland Intermediate School’s Teacher of the year is Mrs. Brittany Endicott
A 5th grade teacher who focuses on reading, Mrs. Endicott previously taught three years of 4th grade reading, social studies, language, spelling, and science at CIS.
A native of Yale, Okla. Mrs. Endicott is married to husband Jared. She has a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education.
Cleveland High School’s Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Amy Stump
Mrs. Stump teaches geometry. She and her husband James have eight children, Caitlin, 24, Katherine, 23, Megan, 22, Jessie, 22, Allison, 20, Savannah, 19, Matthew, 18, and Bowen, 16. She is a native of Checotah, Okla. Mrs. Stump obtained her BSBA in Management Information Systems from University of Tulsa in 1991. She has been teaching for four years, all of those have been at Cleveland.
Cleveland Middle School’s Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Angela Tucker
Mrs. Tucker teaches ELA English Language.
She is a native of Muskogee and has two adult children, Lauren Leete, 31 and Gary Tucker Jr., 34. Mrs. Tucker obtained her degree, a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1995 from Northeastern State University. She has been teacher for 22 years, all of those have been in Cleveland.
Full interviews can be found in this week's edition of The Cleveland American.