FTHS English Teacher Named a “Teacher Who Rocks” by Local Radio Stations
Freehold Township English teacher Elizabeth English was recently named a “Teacher Who Rocks” by radio stations 100.1 WJRZ and 95.9 WRAT. Fellow teacher Erica Latz nominated Ms. English, describing her as a teacher who inspires.
On top of her teaching duties, Ms. English is the head of the Patriot Pride Committee, is in charge of Special Strides, and is a part of the Athletic Alumni Association. She is also helping to implement Patriot Nation Week to build school morale. In addition, Ms. English also established the Patriot F.A.M group for female athletic leadership and serves as the head coach for girls tennis and assistant coach for both girls basketball and softball.
The radio stations noted, “[…] even after 18 years on the job, she treats each day as an opportunity.” Ms. English will be invited to a recognition dinner this spring.
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