The Big Hoopla Local Organizing Committee, in conjunction with Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School, announced the second annual winner of the Hoopla STEM Teacher of the Year Award on Monday, March 4, naming Beth Allaire as the recipient. She is a STEM teacher at Bishop Leibold Elementary School in Miami Township.
Allaire was selected for her enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering and math in the classroom and the Dayton community. The selection committee for the Hoopla STEM Teacher of the Year award agreed that Allaire not only met, but exceeded the criteria they were looking for in a recipient of the award. She was officially presented with her award during the opening ceremonies of the Hoopla STEM Challenge at Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School on Sunday, March 17.
As STEM Teacher of the Year, Allaire received a $1,000 grant from the Local Organizing Committee and CJ to be used to improve STEM learning in the classroom, an official Hoopla STEM Teacher of the Year trophy, 50 upper arena tickets for the First Four® March Madness® Tournament games and four Hoopla Central VIP Passes.
Posted March 17, 2019