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Teachers Chosen for Superlatives

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Cory Parsons is one of the teachers who received a teacher superlative.

Cory Parsons is one of the teachers who received a teacher superlative.

Andrea Steward

Andrea Steward

Cory Parsons is one of the teachers who received a teacher superlative.

Andrea Steward and Joshua Dunn

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This is the first year that the yearbook staff has decided to include teacher superlatives in the faculty section of the yearbook. Teachers nominated each other for various categories and the winners were announced last Tuesday.

Cathy Miller, the health science teacher, and biology teacher Woody Cox received the most votes for best sense of humor and Miller said having a good sense of humor helps in the workplace.

“You have to try not to get your feelings hurt,” Miller said. “You have to laugh things off.”

Kelly Teakell, history teacher and a football/track coach, may be new to LCM but he has already won over the faculty. He received the award for he friendliest male teacher, along with math teacher Billy Gay Davis, and said he believes that students and teachers should be kind to everyone. He also said if he only sees one person all day, then he wants to make sure it is a good interaction. He tries to be kind to everyone so that they have a good start to their day.

“Every time I see Kelly, he is in a good mood,” Journalism teacher Lindsey Fruge said.

Economics teacher Brad Jeffcoat and Chemistry teacher Jane Dunn brought home the award for Most Sarcastic. Jeffcoat said he appreciates that others value his sense of humor, however he is not completely satisfied with his award. He said he feels “robbed” and that he personally thinks he should have received “Most Likely to be a Professional Athlete.”

Science teacher Cory Parsons was selected as the Most Fashionable male teacher, winning in the Best Dressed category. Although he feels honored for receiving this award, he said he does not feel any pressure to continue his best dressed legacy.

“Oh absolutely, it’s a way of life,” Parsons said of dressing nicely for work. “Be the standard.”

 

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