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Pinellas names Tracy Staley as Outstanding Educator of the Year

Pinellas educator of the year

Last week, Pinellas County named Tracy Staley, a 28-year-old Ponce de Leon Elementary math and science teacher, as its Outstanding Educator of the Year.

Here's a look at the award by the numbers.

• In the past 11 years, the outstanding educator of the year has included four from the high school level, five elementary and two from middle school.

• The last time a high school employee received the honor was 2008.

• The district received 87 nominations from traditional schools for the award this year — 62 from the elementary level, 14 from the middle school level and 11 from the high school level.

• The breakdown of eligible employees at the high, middle and elementary levels are 27 percent, 22 percent and 51 percent, respectively.

Pinellas names Tracy Staley as Outstanding Educator of the Year 03/05/11 [Last modified: Saturday, March 5, 2011 3:30am]
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