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End of Year District Meeting – CPS 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year Revealed!

June 10, 2021

We were thrilled to finally have the opportunity to have our staff all together again for our end of year district meeting. This is something we were not able to do last year due to COVID and it was great to be able to recognize our teachers and staff in-person for their service.

 


Cabot Public Schools Teacher of the Year

One of our district’s outstanding teachers was honored with a special recognition. Jessica Saum was named the 2020-2021 Cabot Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Saum was also named Elementary Teacher of the Year and Stagecoach Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Saum is now eligible to compete for Arkansas Teacher of the Year!

Cabot Public Schools Teacher of the Year Jessica Saum


Also, congratulations to Cynnamon Brown (CMSS Teacher of the Year) for being named the Mid-Level Teacher of the Year and Rusty Hart (CHS Teacher of the Year) for being recognized as the Secondary Teacher of the Year.

CPS Teacher of the Year Top 3 Winners


The top three Cabot teachers were presented with a banner sponsored by the Cabot Panther Foundation, a plaque sponsored by Centennial Bank, and a cash prize sponsored by the Cabot Classroom Teachers Association.

Congratulations again to all our Site Level Teacher of the Year winners too!

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

A special thank you to Centennial Bank, Cabot Classroom Teachers Association, and the Cabot Panther Foundation for sponsoring this outstanding program!

Since we were unable to properly celebrate our 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year winners last year due to COVID, we were happy to be able to also recognize them in front of their peers at the end of year meeting.

2019-2020 Teacher of the Year Winners


Congratulations again to Teresa Adams for being named the 2019-2020 Cabot Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Adams was also named Mid-Level Teacher of the Year and Cabot Middle School South Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Adams was also honored by Governor Asa Hutchinson and was named a Top 12 finalist for Arkansas Teacher of the Year.

Also, congratulations to LeeAnn Reed (Central Elementary Teacher of the Year) for being named the 2019-2020 Elementary Teacher of the Year and Cindy Bunch (CFA Teacher of the Year) for being recognized as the 2019-2020 Secondary Teacher of the Year.

Service Recognition

Hundreds of teachers and staff were also recognized for their many years of service to the Cabot School District.

Service Recognitions
 
Service Recognitions

Those retiring were honored as well. Staff who retired last year were also invited back to be recognized. Congratulations to all our dedicated employees.

 

A special thank you to our Cabot High School spirit squads and our theatre students for a great performance of Disney’s High School Musical, “We’re all in this together,” which was extremely fitting this school year.

CHS Student Performance
 
CHS Student Performance

Our administrators, teachers, staff, and students have done a remarkable job this year dealing with all the challenges. We certainly have experienced a year like no other.

Thank you for trusting us, thank you for your commitment, thank you for your dedication, and thank you for loving our kids. Thank you for all you do and all you did this year!

We are so proud of you. Never doubt you make a difference!





 

 

 

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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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