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HCPSS Sweeps Top TEEAM Awards at High School Level

December 6th, 2019

TEEAM awardees stand with Mavis Ellis and Dr. Martirano.

Howard County staff recently earned the two top awards at the high school level from the Technology & Engineering Educators Association of Maryland (TEEAM). Mt. Hebron High School’s Project Lead the Way engineering academy was named as the program of excellence and Glenelg High School’s Project Lead the Way teacher Raymond Gerstner as the teacher of excellence.

Both awards honor teaching technology and engineering of the highest quality, and which relates content to the outside world and other disciplines at school. The honorees will go on to be recognized at the association’s international conference this spring.

Gerstner, along with Mt. Hebron’s Michael Gorleski, David Lucania and Dennis Champney, were honored at the HCPSS Board of Education meeting on December 5, 2019.