Mrs. Dance Wins PHM Impact Award

Posted on March 1, 2024

P-H-M Superintendent Dr. Jerry Thacker surprised another couple of teachers today letting them know that they were winners of the Spring 2024 Impact Awards. At Madison, Principal Lindsay Schirripa helped Dr. Thacker and a group of P-H-M Administrators catch 5th grade teacher Mrs. Kathy Dance off guard. Click to see the full photo gallery below.

This round of P-H-M Impact Awards recognizes teachers with First Semester growth. While all P-H-M teachers across the district are dedicated to helping their students achieve personal academic success, the Impact Award shines the spotlight on educators who have helped their students achieve individual academic growth on their formative assessments over time. The first-ever Impact Awards were handed out in September 2023 and recognized the teachers with the most significant overall student growth during the 2022-2023 school year.

Mrs. Dance is being recognized with an Impact award because she had the highest growth in 5th grade Clear Sight reading. Her students grew 37%!

Thank you to the P-H-M Education Foundation for covering the cost of the awards for these amazing teachers.

Last Modified March 1, 2024