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CPS Teacher of the Year School Winners 2020-2021

May 7, 2021

Sixteen amazing Cabot educators received quite a surprise! Each one was chosen as their school's “Teacher of the Year.”  

Teacher of the Year School Winner
Teacher of the Year School Winner


Hundreds of teachers were nominated this year by supervisors, colleagues, parents, students, staff, and community members.

Teacher of the Year School Winner


They now have the opportunity to be selected as the Elementary, Mid-Level, and Secondary Teacher of the Year and one teacher will be chosen as the overall Cabot Public Schools "Teacher of the Year." That teacher will be eligible for the Arkansas Teacher of the Year.

Teacher of the Year School Winner
Teacher of the Year School Winner

Congratulations to these amazing educators!

Hannah Driskill - Southside Elementary
Cynnamon Brown - CMSS
Angie Bowman - CMSN
Jessica Saum - Stagecoach Elementary
Kim Tucker - Central Elementary
Sam McDonnel - Eastside Elementary
Ben Lippert - CJHN
Kate Newport - Ward Central Elementary
Kristen Bokker - CFA
Christy Fudge - CJHS
Sarah Camp - Magness Creek Elementary
Chloe Ruple - Mountain Springs Elementary
Kristen Schisler - Northside Elementary
Tammy Stumbaugh - Westside Elementary
Emily Madar - ACE/ALE/CLA
Rusty Hart - CHS

Teacher of the Year School Winner


All our Teacher of the Year recipients were honored with a plaque, banner, CTA gift, and monetary award from our sponsors, Centennial Bank, Cabot Panther Foundation, and the Cabot Classroom Teacher Association! 

Congratulations teachers and thank you to our sponsors for investing in our Panther family!

CPS Teacher of the Year School Winners 2020-2021
CPS Teacher of the Year School Winners 2020-2021 Cont.
CPS Teacher of the Year School Winners 2020-2021 Cont.1
CPS Teacher of the Year School Winners 2020-2021 Cont.2

Vision & Mission

The Cabot School District is committed to educating all students to be responsible citizens who value learning, treat others with
dignity and respect, and adapt successfully to the demands of the rapidly changing society.

The Cabot School District is committed to
"Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities."

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