Dr. Tammy L. Wagner
Mrs. Linda Groves
This year Carey staff hosted six teachers candidates from Bowling Green State University. We also hosted numerous BGSU candidates for shorter terms throughout the year as they were able to observe instructional practices in our school and work directly with students in order to help complete their college coursework. Farewell, it has been a wonderful partnership and we will miss you all.
President Ann Frisch, on behalf of Kappa Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Intl., a society of women educators, presented a gift certificate to First Grade Teacher Tyler Long at the Carey Elementary School. Long, who was recommended for the recognition by Carey Elem. Principal Tammy Wagner, has helped his 16 students accomplish their goals with hard work and dedication. The certificate from local businesses is being given by Kappa Chapter to support and express appreciation to those newer teachers who have 5 years or less of service.
Kappa Chapter is composed of active and retired women teachers, administrators, and others in the field of education within Hardin and Wyandot Counties. Delta Kappa Gamma provides scholarships to teachers at local, state, national, and international levels. Teachers and college students majoring in education are always welcome to attend Kappa Chapter meetings. The next meeting will be on at the American Civil War Museum at Tiffin at Hostesses are Patti Palmer and Lorrene Roberts. Please call Ann Frisch for details at 419-294-2513.
Thanks to the hard work of our music department, specifically Mr. Miller, Mrs. Lortz, Mrs. O'Brien, and Mrs. Hill
Carey has received recognition as a BEST Community for Music Education in 2016. Check out the link below for more information on
this state and national recognition.