Ciro Casanova is Winton Woods’ Skyline Teacher of the Month

Ciro Casanova

 

Winton Woods High School (WWHS) Assistant Principal Amber Strawser says the high school is fortunate to have an art teacher like Ciro Casanova. He teaches an introductory level art class, two levels of digital photo and is the advisor for the art club at the high school. “We get great feedback from Mr. Casanova’s students about the art projects they are excited to complete in his class,” said WWHS administrative team. “He has a knack for matching his projects with the interests of his students.”

 

Strawser says Mr. Casanova is also a great help in other areas of the school as he uses his artistic skills to assist in any school tasks. “Mr. Casanova’s willingness to jump in and help where he sees the need has been noted and welcomed throughout the year,” said WWHS administrators. “For this reason, Ciro Casanova is Winton Woods High School’s teacher of the month for February.”

 

To be nominated for the Skyline Teacher of the Month, teachers must demonstrate:

  • Excellence in the Classroom by using instructional practices that support higher academic achievement.

  • Motivation by encouraging and motivating students to surpass their expectations both academically and socially.  

  • Leadership by having a positive attitude with students, parents, colleagues and the community.  

  • Creativity and Imagination by demonstrating creativity in teaching in a way that inspires students to learn.

  • Dedication by showing excellent attendance, punctuality and overall dependability.

  • Communication by communicating effectively to their classrooms, parents, colleagues and beyond.

 

The Skyline Teacher of the Month Award is sponsored by the Forest Park Skyline, a business partner of Winton Woods City Schools. Teachers honored receive a Skyline gift card.  

 


 

PHOTO CAPTION:  February’s Skyline Teacher of the Month Ciro Casanova is shown receiving his award at the board meeting. Photo by Drew Jackson.  





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