PC-TAG is honored to announce this year's PC-TAG Teacher of the Year for HPISD. The annual PC-TAG Teacher of the Year Award honors and rewards an educator who encourages and inspires a love of learning in their students. Teachers are nominated by parents and students in the spring each year. Unlike most years, this year, the board made an exception and chose two deserving recipients. Dr. Christopher Miller, HPMS Principal and Amy Kovak, PC-TAG President surprised these two deserving individuals with their awards. Congratulations to Claire Zaika-Taglioli, TAG Algebra and TAG Geometry teacher and Shannon Taliaferro, 7th Grade TAG Language Arts teacher for receiving this prestigious honor. Past recipients can be viewed here.
About Park Cities Talented and Gifted - Park Cities Talented and Gifted (PC-TAG) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) parent organization dedicated to advocating for talented and gifted children in the Highland Park Independent School District. Founded in 1993, PC-TAG has grown to over 575 member families, across all HPISD campuses and all grades. Through advocacy, grants, enrichment programming, and teacher support, PC-TAG strives to enhance the educational experience for talented and gifted students throughout the district. ?To learn more about PC-TAG and its mission, please visit www.pctag.org.