2017 Williamson County Educator of the Year

 “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela

Educators are some of our most valued people, but perhaps not always recognized for their hard work. Williamson Source would like to give you the chance to recognize an educator who has made a positive impact on your life with our 2017 Williamson County Educator of the Year Award.

Nominations for Educator of the Year Award are now open through 6pm March 24th.

Whether an educator has made a difference in your child’s life, your life or just someone you know, nominate them! All nominations will be put into a master list from which readers can vote for their 2017 Educator of the Year.

Educator of the Year is open to all educators in Williamson County. Nominated educators can be educators from the kindergarten level through college and can be an educator in any field.

Those eligible include: teachers and assistant teachers at local schools or other learning institutions (such as a tutoring company, music school, etc); principals and vice principals at local schools and professors at local colleges.

Those eligible must be an educator in Williamson County, but it is not required that they be a resident of Williamson County.

Nominate Your Favorite Educator

Nominate your favorite Educator by e-mailing us at andrea.hinds@williamsonsource.com.

Please include the name of your nominee and what school or learning institution they work. Comments on why you are nominating this person are welcomed and encouraged, but not necessary.