Atlanta Toyota honors Gwinnett students and teachers
|On Monday, August 1, Atlanta Toyota honored 16 Gwinnett County Public Schools graduates through the Atlanta Toyota Scholarship Program. Scholarship applicants submitted two essays on the following topics:|
- Experiences in Gwinnett County Public Schools that helped shaped the student's decisions to continue their education at the postsecondary level
- A teacher who most inspired the student to achieve.
The honored students each received a $2,000 scholarship and each "inspiring" teacher received $1,000. Over the past three years, Atlanta Toyota has provided $141,000 in scholarships to Gwinnett students and their teachers.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2005 Atlanta Toyota Scholarships and their selected teacher honorees! (Unless noted, the teacher taught at the graduate's high school).
-- Michael Adams (Norcross HS graduate) and Dorothy Lewis (teacher)
-- Katherine Amato (Mill Creek HS graduate) and Stanley Reynolds (North Gwinnett HS teacher)
-- Lauren Bloch (Brookwood HS graduate) and Kristine Halcomb (teacher)
-- Katie Brewer (North Gwinnett HS graduate) and John Bush (teacher)
-- Chelsea Feustel (Peachtree Ridge HS graduate) and Marty Gerson (teacher)
-- Lamont Gardenhire (Shiloh HS graduate) and Patrick Norton (teacher)
-- Jessica Greeson (Grayson HS graduate) and Jackie Meadows (teacher)
-- Britney Hale (Parkview HS graduate) and Emily Breland (teacher)
-- Jeremiah Johnson (Central Gwinnett HS graduate) and Shelly Kaufmann (teacher at Richards MS)
-- Shelly Jung (Phoenix HS graduate) and Carol Nichols (teacher)
-- Jessica Moody (Duluth HS graduate) and Kristen Mitchell (Berkeley Lake ES teacher)
-- Ailene Marie Murell (South Gwinnett HS graduate) and Miffy Moore (Snellville MS teacher)
-- Sarah Penn (Dacula HS graduate) and Larry Neace (teacher)
-- Christa Price (Collins Hill HS graduate) and Scott Wild (teacher)
-- Ranni Tewfik (Meadowcreek HS graduate) and Ron Mangrum (teacher at Peachtree Ridge HS)
-- Natacha Val (Berkmar HS graduate) and Dr. Marsha Taylor (Norcross HS teacher)