Winton Woods’ Lauren Tritschler is Skyline Teacher of the Month for March

Skyline Teacher of the Month

 

Winton Woods Elementary School (WWES) teacher Lauren Tritschler has proven to be an excellent teacher and a wonderful asset to the Warrior community, which is why she was selected to be Winton Woods City School’s Teacher of the Month. “Ms. Tritschler is a hardworking, well-organized, and committed teacher who has given much to our amazing students,” said WWES Principal Adrienne Martin. “She serves in many leadership roles throughout the building. She is the team leader for the special education department, an active member on the building leadership team, and the chairperson for the Response to Intervention committee”

 

“Ms. Tritschler has a unique and excellent rapport with the staff and students of Winton Woods Elementary School,” said Martin. “She is exceptionally talented at connecting with not only her students but all students in the building. She truly believes that educating students in both a creative and engaging manner yields a positive outcome. She uses high levels of questioning techniques to broaden her students’ thinking. In addition to encouraging her students to reflect upon their learning, Ms. Tritschler uses her teaching experiences as opportunities for growth and skill refinement. She has excellent communication skills, which is evident in her success with building strong teacher-parent relationships and connecting with students who require additional care and support.”

 

“Ms. Tritschler demonstrates an extraordinary commitment to the Winton Woods Elementary School community,” said Martin. “She takes it upon herself to provide outstanding support and service to new teachers in her department. It is remarkable how she can quickly discern their needs and immediately offer time-sensitive information and clear direction to her colleagues. She isdefinitely an asset to the Winton Woods City Schools District.”

 

 

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.  

 

 

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PHOTO CAPTION: Shown l-r at the March board meeting is board member John Cuppoletti, WWES Principal Adrienne Martin, March Skyline Teacher of the Month  Lauren Tritschler and Director of Student Services Tonya Bray. Photo by Drew Jackson.





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