Christian Marrero – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The Manatee School district annually nominates a teacher from every school in the county for the “Excellence in Education”
Educator of the Year award, and LRHS math teacher John Victor has been nominated.
Victor said, “It is exciting and very unexpected.” This is his first time ever being nominated for teacher of the year.
Some of the criteria to be nominated for this award include demonstrating a superior ability to foster excellence in education.
Nominees must also contribute to the continuous improvement of student learning and the school environment, display relevancy and expertise in their content area, engage parents and family in the learning process to enhance student achievements, and demonstrate a commitment to creating a climate of caring and respect conducive to effective teaching and learning.
Victor has been teaching for ten years, nine of which have been here at LRHS. Victor is currently teaching Algebra 2 honors and liberal arts this year.
Many Mustangs agree with this nomination.
LRHS junior Chris Georgas said, a former student of Victors’ said, “He is very good at explaining complex concepts and working one on one with students.”