Teacher of the Year Award

Teacher of the Year Award Program

The NCMTA Teacher of the Year Award program was established in 2008. This award recognizes a teacher who makes a significant difference in the lives of students, contributes to the advancement of music in a community, and is an outstanding example of a music educator. 

The NCMTA Choice for the 2022 State Recipient – Dr. Jeanine Skinner!

Jeanine is well-known to us as the NCMTA President who brought us successfully through the pandemic/virtual conference years with grace and effectiveness. Serving now as NCMTA Immediate Past President, she is a musician, artist and teacher of tremendous versatility and experience with a long and varied career of independent and college faculty teaching.

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Dr. Jeanine Skinner, portrait

Nominations for 2023 Teacher of the Year

We will seek nominations for Teacher of the Year 2023 beginning next year the summer. The nomination process is simple: a brief letter describing why the nominee deserves the award. No great detail is required for the initial nomination. There are so many deserving candidates in our state – please consider making a nomination for this honor. (NCMTA members only, please, may make a nomination.)

The nomination period for the NCMTA Teacher of the Year Award may be closed at this moment, but you can always be thinking about a colleague deserving of this recognition. Access the nomination form here. Meanwhile, for more information contact Vicky Fischer Faw, Chair of the Past Presidents Advisory Council (formerly known as Planning Senate). planningsenate@ncmta.org or vfischerfaw@gmail.com.

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