LCS Teachers of the Year 2021-2022

LCS Teachers of the Year
Posted on 08/05/2021
Wes Taylor and Ryan Dixon

Congratulations to our 2021-2022 Lowndes

Congratulations to our 2021-2022 Lowndes County Teachers of the Year and to our District Teacher of the Year, Ryan Dixon!

This year’s School-level Teachers of the Year are:

Rena Hendley - Clyattville Elementary School

Carlin Morrison - Dewar Elementary School

Amy Ruffo - Hahira Elementary School

Shelly Singletary - Lake Park Elementary School

Suzanne Troy - Moulton-Branch Elementary School

Ashley Willmont - Pine Grove Elementary School

Tiffany Glassick - Westside Elementary School

Mitchell Donahoo - Hahira Middle School

Renee McLeod - Lowndes Middle School

Ryan Dixon - Pine Grove Middle School

Tina Russ - Parker Mathis Learning Center

Philip Pieplow - Lowndes High School

 

Ryan Dixon serves as a School Counselor to students in grades 6-8.  He stated, “Every student deserves an adult who supports them to reach their potential, and guides them to find their purpose.”  To Ryan’s fellow educators, he wants you to know how transformative your knowledge is, how inspiring your passion is, how valuable your time is, and how worthwhile your career is. He wants his students to know that they are strong enough for their future. 

Ryan will go on to compete for the Georgia Teacher of the Year in December, with that winner being named in May 2022.

Teachers of the Year and to our District Teacher of the Year, Ryan Dixon!

This year’s School-level Teachers of the Year are:

Rena Hendley - Clyattville Elementary School

Carlin Morrison - Dewar Elementary School

Amy Ruffo - Hahira Elementary School

Shelly Singletary - Lake Park Elementary School

Suzanne Troy - Moulton-Branch Elementary School

Ashley Willmont - Pine Grove Elementary School

Tiffany Glassick - Westside Elementary School

Mitchell Donahoo - Hahira Middle School

Renee McLeod - Lowndes Middle School

Ryan Dixon - Pine Grove Middle School

Tina Russ - Parker Mathis Learning Center

Philip Pieplow - Lowndes High School


Ryan Dixon serves as a School Counselor to students in grades 6-8.  He stated, “Every student deserves an adult who supports them to reach their potential, and guides them to find their purpose.”  To Ryan’s fellow educators, he wants you to know how transformative your knowledge is, how inspiring your passion is, how valuable your time is, and how worthwhile your career is. He wants his students to know that they are strong enough for their future. 

Ryan will go on to compete for the Georgia Teacher of the Year in December, with that winner being named in May 2022.
Rena Hendley
Carlin Morrison
Amy Ruffo
Shelly Singletary
Suzanne Troy
Ashley Willmont
Tiffany Glassick
Mitchell Donahoo
Renee McLeod
Tina Russ
Philip Pieplow