Excellence in Teaching Award Details
The Homestead High School Excellence in Teaching Award is an award started in 2010 to recognize excellence in teaching at the High School level.
The Middle School Excellence in Teaching Award is an award started in 2009 to recognize excellence in teaching at the Middle School level.
The Elementary School Excellence in Teaching Award is an award started in 2012 in place of the Range Line Award. This award recognizes excellence in teaching at the Elementary School level.
The Range Line School Excellence In Teaching Award is no longer an active award as of 2012. This award was given to a teacher who has demonstrated excellence in teaching at the elementary school level and was funded by remaining Range Line School PTA funds upon school closure.
The Martin Family Achievement Award is no longer an active award as of 2008. It was made annually to a member of the Homestead High School staff who demonstrated exemplary conduct in the preparation of Homestead High School students for admission to or study in college. MTEF would like to thank the Martin Family for their eight years of donations in support of this $5,000 annual gift.
Each recipient of these awards will receive a check in the amount of $1,000 to be distributed in June of the current school year.