FOUR representing Sayville are selected for S.T.E.M. NYS Master Teachers Program
Congratulations to Melinda Moran, Maria Brown, Sonja Anderson, and Janet Kaczmarek
As a result of Governor Cuomo’s recent announcement that S.T.E.M. (Science Technology Engineering Math) educators for kindergarten through fifth grade will be added to the Master Teachers Program, Sayville Elementary Enrichment teacher and Summer School Principal Melinda Moran will be joining her secondary-level colleagues Maria Brown, Sonja Anderson and Janet Kaczmarek in representing Sayville as Master Teachers. Melissa Moran is now one of 275 elementary-level S.T.E.M. educators in this new round for K-12 S.T.E.M. applicants who has been selected from across New York State, bringing the total number of Outstanding S.T.E.M. Teacher-Leaders to 980 Master Teachers.
See excerpt below from press release dated October 2, 2018 entitled
“Governor Cuomo Announces Selection of 275 Additional New York State Master Teachers”
"Education is the cornerstone to success, and it is the brilliant, dedicated teachers in New York who make a difference in countless lives and inspire the leaders of tomorrow," Governor Cuomo said. "Congratulations to the 275 newest members of the Master Teacher Program, who will join the ranks of the top educators in the state as they work to further their skills and their impact on students in every corner of this great state."
"I'm delighted to see that New York's Master Teacher Program has now grown to include teachers who work with our youngest students," said SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson. "These teachers lay the groundwork for a lifelong love of science and technology."