Alpharetta Elementary Names Top Teacher, Professional
Haight and Sherman were honored for their dedication and accomplishments at the school.
Alpharetta Elementary School's top teacher's commitment to her students' lives goes far beyond the classroom, while the top professional has been a stabilizing force at the school for 22 years.
Principal Adam Maroney announced that the school recognized Pamela Haight as their 2012 Teacher of the Year. Her dedication to teaching and her commitment to enhancing the lives of children extend far beyond the boundaries of the school day. She is involved in many extracurricular activities, both school-based and outside, that show her commitment to impacting the lives of students.
While Haight was picked as the top teacher, Sandy Sherman was nominated by her peers as the 2012 School Professional of the Year at Alpharetta Elementary. She has been a stabilizing force at Alpharetta for the past 22 years, filling the roles as a Grade Level Paraprofessional and Front-Office Secretary. She finds homes for forgotten lunches, collects PTA monies, answers the many questions the community has, and tours perspective families.