September 30, 1992 30 min read

U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander, has named 78 schools from 32 states and the District of Columbia as honorees in the 1991-92 Drug-Free School Recognition Program, as part of the national education goals. The schools and their principals are listed below by state.

Comprehensive Program

Arizona. Cordova Elementary School, Phoenix, Karen Tankersley, principal. Arkansas. Malvern Junior High School, Malvern, Steve K. Williams, principal. District of Columbia. Fletcher-Johnson Educational Center, Washington, George H. Rutherford 2nd. Florida. Frank E. Brigham Elementary School, Winter Haven, Lela D. Keith, principal; Garden Grove Elementary School, Winter Haven, Richard D. Dobbler, principal; Inwood Elementary School, Winter Haven, Sue Buckner, principal; Jesse Keen Elementary School, John Luposello, principal; Ocoee Middle School, Ocoee, Jennifer E. Reeves, principal; Polk City Elementary School, Polk City, Jose Perez, principal; Westwood Junior High School, Winter Haven, Carolyn Baldwin, principal. Georgia. Columbia High School, Decatur, Stanley Prichett, principal; Hendrix Drive Elementary School, Forest Park, Robert F. Soper, principal; McDonald Street Elementary School, Waycross, Franklin L. Pinckney, principal; St. Thomas More Catholic School, Decatur, Sister Margaret Mary McKeon, principal; Vanderlyn Elementary School, Dunwoody, Sam D. Harman, principal.

Hawaii. Ali’iolani Elementary School, Honolulu, Haroldeen Wakida, principal; Hanalei Elementary School, Hanelei, Nichols Beck, principal; Honoka’a Elementary and High School, Honoka’a, Gordon P. Kainoa, principal; Kauai High and Intermediate School, Honolulu, Nancy W. Latham, principal; Princess Nahienaena School, Lahaina, Michael M. Nakano, principal. Idaho. Twin Falls High School, Twin Falls, Carl Snow, principal. Indiana. Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, Indianapolis, Roger C. Roembke, principal. Kentucky. Fulton County High School, Hickman, Larry Gardner, principal; Tompkinsville Elementary School, Tompkinsville, Lewis D. Carter, principal. Louisiana. Catahoula Elementary School, St. Martinville, Georgie Z. Blanchard, principal; Upper Little Caillou School, Chauvin, Betty Peltier, principal.

Maryland. St. Michaels Elementary-Middle School, St. Michaels, Edwin M. Fava Jr., principal. Michigan. Yale Junior High School, Yale, James Heimbuch, principal. Minnesota. Somerset Heights Elementary School, Mendota, Donald R. Moore, principal; St. Louis Park Junior High School, St. Louis Park, Les Bork, principal. Mississippi. 28th Street Elementary School, Gulfport, Carolyn Rushing, principal; Orange Grove Elementary School, Gulfport, Cassandra Conner, principal; Timberlawn Elementary School, Jackson, Olin G. Lewis Jr., principal. Missouri. Clay Elementary School, St. Louis, Frank Muehleausler, principal; Hazelwood Junior High School, Florissant, John Dougherty, principal; Sherman Elementary School, St. Louis, Juanita T. Doggett, principal.

Montana. Great Falls High School, Great Falls, Gray F. Davis, principal; Whittier Elementary School, Great Falls, Charles Gene Fuller, principal. New Jersey. Lillian M. Dunfee School, Barnegat, Joseph T. Donahue, principal; Russell O. Brackman Middle School, Barnegat, Raymond D. Ellis; Sparta High School, Sparta, Frank A. Calabria, principal; Vernon Township High School, Vernon, Anthony Toriello, principal. New Mexico. McKinley Middle School, Albuquerque, Dennie Lee Paschich, principal. New York. Joseph A. Edgar School, Rocky Point, Joseph T. Bartolotta, principal. Ohio. Robinson Elementary School, Akron, Lawrence Marshall, principal; Roosevelt Elementary School, Euclid, John McGowan, principal; St. James White Oak School, Cincinnati, John E. Merritt, principal.

Oklahoma. Highland Park Elementary School, Oklahoma City, David C. Bibens, principal. Pennsylvania. Blue Mountain Middle School, Orwigsburg, William J. Toomey Jr., principal. Rhode Island. St. Mary’s School, Providence, Sister Teresa Barton, principal. South Carolina. Myrtle Beach Elementary School, Myrtle Beach, John Sprawls, principal. Tennessee. Hillcrest High School, Memphis, Elmer P. Ray, principal.

Texas. Clifton Park Elementary School, Jennifer Sullivan, principal; Coperas Cove High School, Copperas Cove, W.L. Sanders, principal; J.R. Moore Middle School, Tyler, Al Harris, principal; Lamar Junior High School, Rosenberg, Gene Thomas, principal; Meadows Elementary School, Stafford, Scotty Bass, principal; Mission Glen Elementary School, Carol Allin; Sidney A. Wright School, San Antonio, Emmett Krachala, principal; Sidney Lanier Middle School, Houston, Brenda Lanclos, principal; Vidor High School, Vidor, Robert Madding, principal. Utah. Cyprus High School, Magna, William T. Christopulos, principal; Municipal Elementary School, Roy, Sheron Christensen, principal. Vermont. Manchester Elementary School, Manchester Center, Donald Potter, principal. West Virginia. Richmond Elementary School, South Charleston, John D. Cummings, principal. Wisconsin. Palmyra Elementary/Palmyra-Eagle Junior High School, Palmyra, Martha G. Jess, principal. Wyoming. Cambell County High School, Gillette, John Riley, principal.

Program Component

Alabama. Piedmont High School, Piedmont, John Smith, principal, exemplary component: interacting and networking with community groups and agencies. Louisiana. Bains Elementary School, St. Francisville, Dorothy Temple, principal, exemplary component: interacting and networking with community groups and agencies. Missouri. Waldbridge Elementary School, St. Louis, James Ewing, principal, interactive component: interacting and networking with community groups and agencies. Rhode Island. Cranston High School, Cranston, William Paolino, principal, exemplary component: interacting and networking with community groups and agencies; Cumberland Middle School, Cumberland, Robert M. Wallace, principal, exemplary component: recognizing, assessing, and monitoring the problem. Texas. Aldrige Elementary School, Richardson, James Boomer, principal, exemplary components: recognizing, assessing, and monitoring the problem, developing and implementing the Drug Education and Prevention Program, and educating and training staff members; Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport, Robert Sivley, principal, exemplary components: developing and implementing the Drug Education and Prevention Program, educating and training staff members, promoting parent involvement and providing parent education, and interacting and networking with community groups and agencies. Wisconsin. Prentice High School, Prentice, Richard Menseau, principal, exemplary components: promoting parent involvement and providing parent education, and interacting and networking with community groups and agencies.

The National Science Foundation’s Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and Mathematics will be given to 216 elementary and secondary science and science/mathematics teachers. The 108 middle and high school awardees will receive their awards on March 11, 1993, and will be in Washington from March 9 to 13. The 108 elementary school awardees will be in Washington from April 27 to May 1, 1993, as part of the celebration of National Science and Technology Week. They will receive their awards on April 29.

The teachers, their levels and disciplines, and their schools are listed below by state.

Alabama. Mara Jambor, elementary mathematics, Cahaba Heights Community School, Birmingham; Sandra F. Patrick, elementary science, Page Elementary School, Scottsboro; Kay Johnson Balch, secondary mathematics, Mountain Brook Junior High School, Birmingham; Timothy C. Burgess, secondary science, S.S. Murphy High School, Mobile. Alaska. Suzanne L. Henning, elementary mathematics, Tanana City School, Tanana; Ruthanne Rust, elementary science, Denali Elementary School, Fairbanks; Dick Sander, secondary mathematics, Ketchikan High School, Ketchikan; Gary L. Cooper, secondary science, Fort Greely School, Delta Junction. Arizona. Barbara Jean White, elementary mathematics, Abia Judd Elementary School, Prescott; Karen Lee, elementary science, Moon Mountain School, Phoenix; Veronica Carlson, secondary mathematics, Moon Valley High School, Phoenix; Lois J. Blondeau, secondary science, University High School, Tucson.

Arkansas. Peggy Covington, elementary mathematics, College Station Elementary School, College Station; Betty Carolyn Hill, elementary science, Central Elementary School, Cabot; Jane M. Jones, Goza Junior High School, Arkadelphia; Judy Ellen Smith, Bismarck High School, Bismarck. California. Judith A. Flores, elementary mathematics, Shasta Meadows School, Redding; Susan M. Gazlay, elementary science, Holland Elementary School, Fresno; Glenys Bell, secondary mathematics, Brea Olinda High School, Brea; Tayeko Kaufman, secondary science, Kent Middle School, Kentfield.

Colorado. Janeane Golliher, elementary mathematics, Columbine Elementary School, Longmont; Barbara J. Leonard, elementary science, Jefferson Elementary School, Pueblo; Diane M. Weaver, Morey Middle School, Denver; Sharon Freehill, secondary science, Harrison High School, Colorado Springs. Connecticut. Heather Giancola, elementary mathematics, Springdale Elementary School, Stamford; Linda J. McMahan, elementary science, Old Greenwich School, Old Greenwich; Patricia Cancilla-Hahn, secondary mathematics, Silas Deane Middle School, Wethersfield; Earl L. Carlyon, secondary science, Manchester High School, Manchester.

Department of Defense Dependents Schools. Laurel B. Eisinger, elementary mathematics, Kaiserslautern Elementary School, A.P.O., Germany; Michele Bouchard, elementary science, Pirmasens Elementary School, A.P.O., Germany; Pamela L. Warrick, secondary mathematics, Fulda American High School, A.P.O., Germany; Debra Dorough Mowery, secondary science, Heidelberg Middle School, A.P.O., Germany. Delaware. Nancy J. Edwards, elementary mathematics, University of Delaware Laboratory Preschool, Newark; Jeffrey L. Feidler, elementary science, Burnett Elementary School, Wilmington; Kathleen R. Melvin, secondary science, Polytech High School, Woodside. District of Columbia. Ruby O. Best, elementary mathematics, Draper Elementary School, Washington; Brenda B. Jones, elementary science, John Tyler Elementary School, Washington; Marion Paige Exum, secondary mathematics, Eliot Junior High School, Washington; David Stuart Wood, secondary science, Sidwell Friends School, Washington.

Florida. Jospeh J. Walsh, elementary mathematics, Claude Pepper Elementary School, Miami; Robert Poth Jr., elementary science, Tyrone Elementary School, St. Petersburg; Carl C. Burnside, secondary mathematics, Cypress Lake High School, Fort Myers; Debra Dorsett Hanson, secondary science, Caloosa Middle School, Cape Coral. Georgia. Nancy B. Royal, elementary mathematics, Elm Street Elementary School, Newnan; Barbara G. Piper, elementary science, Clarkdale Elementary School, Austell; Gayle Garrison, secondary mathematics, Heritage High School, Conyers; Lynda H. Peterson, Osborne High School, Marietta. Hawaii. Dennis F. Kawamoto, elementary mathematics, Kipapa Elementary School, Mililani Town; Sylvia S. Kaizuka, elementary science, Benjamin Parker School, Kaneohe; Chu Ying Singletary, secondary mathematics, Nanakuli High and Intermediate School, Waianae; Kathleen A. O’Malley, secondary science, James B. Castle High School, Kaneohe.

Idaho. Susan J. Seaman, elementary mathematics, Priest River Elementary School, Priest River; Terry Thode, elementary science, Hemingway Elementary School, Ketchum; Eileen Gruenwald, secondary mathematics, Coeur d’Alene High School, Coeur d’Alene; Linda Selvig, secondary science, Centennial High School, Meridian. Illinois. Mary E. Modene, elementary mathematics, Red Bud Elementary School, Red Bud; Marion Lardner, elementary science, Earl Hanson Elementary School, Rock Island; Nancy Powell, secondary mathematics, Bloomington High School, Bloomington; James H. Stankevitz, secondary science, Marist High School, Chicago.

Indiana. Ana May Grimes, elementary mathematics, Allisonville Elementary School, Indianapolis; Monica Ann Ellis, elementary science, Indian Creek Elementary School, Indianapolis; Carolyn L. Mayes, secondary mathematics, Elkhart Memorial High School, Elkhart; John Robert Kasting, secondary science, East High School, Columbus. Iowa. Eleanor Marie Thomas, elementary mathematics, Norwood Elementary School, Ames; C. David Christensen, elementary science, Malcolm Price Laboratory School, Cedar Falls; Jill Moser, secondary mathematics, Roosevelt High School, Des Moines; Daniel F. McGrail, secondary science, Carlisle Community High School, Carlisle. Kansas. Betty J. Hight, elementary mathematics, Westside School, Pittsburg; Thomas Christie, elementary science, Deerfield Elementary School, Lawrence; Martha K. Tietze, secondary mathematics, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee; Becky Goodwin, secondary science, Kansas School for the Deaf, Olathe.

Kentucky. Jamie Jones Key, elementary mathematics, William H. Natcher Elementary School, Bowling Green; Patsy Gilmore, elementary science, Hager Elementary School, Ashland; Pamela M. Harbin, secondary mathematics, Fairdale High School, Fairdale; Robert Baar, secondary science, Louisville Male High School, Louisville. Louisiana. Jerilyn M. Woodson, elementary mathematics, Glen Oaks Park Elementary School, Baton Rouge; Laura J. Norsworthy, elementary science, Mandeville Middle School, Mandevillle; Patricia Pohl Eberhardt, secondary mathematics, Hammond High School, Hammond; Anne B. McDonald, Sam Houston High School, Lake Charles.

Maine. Cyrene Ann Slegona, elementary mathematics, Hiram Elementary School, Hiram; Christopher J. Chilelli, elementary science, Asa C. Adams School, Orono; Sandra E. Berry, secondary mathematics, Georges Valley High School, Thomaston; Page Keeley, secondary science, Whitefield School, North Whitefield. Maryland. Joyce Faye Bruchey, elementary mathematics, Green Valley Elementary School, Monrovia; Sally Edgerton Bell, elementary science, Hilton Elementary School #021, Baltimore; Linda K. Agreen, secondary mathematics, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt; Robert L. Foor-Hogue, secondary science, South Carroll High School, Sykesville.

Massachusetts. Joseph McInerney, elementary mathematics, McCarthy-Towne School, Acton; Beverly Alaine Maffei, elementary science, Horace Mann School, Melrose; Jane West Young, secondary mathematics, Newton South High School, Newton Center; Wilson Richard Flight, secondary science, Concord-Carlisle Regional High School, Concord. Michigan. Lynn Best Royer, elementary mathematics, Windemere View Elementary School, Lansing; Thomas P. Kelly, elementary science, Grandville Public Schools, Grandville; Anita M. Clark, secondary mathematics, Marshall High School, Marshall; Dwight D. Sieggreen, secondary science, Ida B. Cooke Middle School, Northville. Minnesota. Bonnie J. Hagleberger, elementary mathematics, Monroe Elementary School, Minneapolis; Sharyn Fenwick, elementary science, Pillsbury Math/Science/Technology School, Minneapolis; James M. Foley, secondary mathematics, Fred Moore Junior High School, Anoka; Aletha Halcomb, secondary science, North High School, Minneapolis.

Mississippi. Nancy H. Campbell, elementary mathematics, Lovett Elementary School, Clinton; Jackie Dear Stevens, elementary science, Northeast Lauderdale Elementary School, Meridian; Vicki Fortson Shirley, secondary mathematics, Corinth High School, Corinth; Nancy Jean MacNeill, secondary science, Mississippi School for Math and Science, Columbus. Missouri. Joanne S. Curran, elementary mathematics, Old Bonhomme School, Olivette; Sharon Lee Strating, elementary science, Horace Mann Lab School, Maryville; Melinda Shields, secondary mathematics, Palmer Junior High School, Independence; Glenn C. Westover, secondary science, McCluer North High School, Florissant.

Montana. Stephenne Sue Harding, elementary mathematics, Cornelius Hedges Elementary School, Kalispell; Carla Wambach, elementary science, Smith Elementary School, Helena; Karen Anderson Longhart, secondary mathematics, Flathead High School, Kalispell; Michael Funk, secondary science, Libby Senior High School, Libby. Nebraska. Ida Lynn Kaufman, elementary mathematics, Cody Elementary School, Omaha; Pamela S. Smith, elementary science, Hawthorne Elementary School, Hastings; Tedi Lund, secondary mathematics, Millard North High School, Omaha; Susan Koba, secondary science, Omaha North High School, Omaha. Nevada. Mary M. Wilson, elementary mathematics, Elizabeth Lenz Elementary School, Reno; Nona B. Whipple, elementary science, Dorothy Eisenberg Elementary School, Las Vegas; Carol J. Ross, secondary mathematics, Green Valley High School, Henderson; Lory E. Gilbert, secondary science, Proctor Hug High School, Reno.

New Hampshire. Deborah Lynn Gibbens, elementary mathematics, Reeds Ferry School, Merrimack; Margaret Elizabeth Kleinfelder, elementary science, Woodsville Elementary School, Woodsville; Arthur V. Johnson 2nd, secondary mathematics, Nashua Senior High School, Nashua; Donald A. Davis, secondary science, Westmoreland Elementary School, Westmoreland. New Jersey. Carol B. Tremper, elementary mathematics, Marian Emmons McKeown School, Newton; Berenice Blum-Bart, elementary science, Perry L. Drew School, East Windsor; Elizabeth Marquez, secondary mathematics, North Brunswick Township High School, North Bruswick; Barbara R. Pietrucha, secondary science, Neptune Middle School, Neptune. New Mexico. B. Joan Goodman, elementary mathematics, Raymond Gabaldon Elementary School, Los Lunas; Robin L. Sellen, elementary science, Mesa Elementary School, Shiprock; James F. Dudley, secondary mathematics, Rio Grande High School, Albuquerque; Mary Nutt, secondary science, San Miguel School, Socorro.

New York. Margot Banke, elementary mathematics, Public School 216--The Arturo Toscanini School, Brooklyn; Roma Rae Geiger, elementary science, Groton Elementary School, Groton; Kay F. Taylor, secondary mathematics, East Harlem Tech, New York; Virginia E. Perino, secondary science, Stockbridge Valley Central School, Munnsville. North Carolina. Gayle Brinkley Batten, elementary mathematics, Kern Street School, Thomasville; Deanna TeBockhorst, elementary science, Frank Porter Graham Elementary School, Chapel Hill; Julia A. Cazin, secondary mathematics, Raleigh; James A. Woody, secondary science, Walter Hines Page High School, Greensboro.

North Dakota. Sharon M. Stites, elementary mathematics, Washington Elementary School, Valley City; Darlene Bender, elementary science, Centennial Elementary School, Bismarck; Janet Washek, secondary mathematics, Jim Hill Junior High School, Minot; Delisle E. Kirkeide, secondary science, Harvey High School, Harvey. Ohio. Cathleen A. Wagner, elementary mathematics, Joshua Dixon Elementary School, Columbiana; William D. Badders, elementary science, Cleveland Public Schools, Cleveland; Catherine J. Sanor, secondary mathematics, West Branch High School, Beloit; Patricia Kenzig, secondary science, St. John Bosco School, Parma. Oklahoma. Lynn Fox, elementary mathematics, Mark Twain Elementary School, Tulsa; Barbara A. Clark, elementary science, Marshall Elementary School, Checotah; Linda A. Hall, secondary mathematics, Clinton Middle School, Tulsa; Terry J. Shaw, secondary science, Irving Middle School, Norman.

Oregon. Patricia M. Lofgren, Chapman Elementary School, Portland; John W. Cowens, elementary science, Greenwood Elementary School, La Grande; Kris A. Warloe, secondary mathematics, Cheldelin Middle School, Corvallis; Kathryn P. Green, secondary science, Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro. Pennsylvania. LouAnn M. Hoffman, elementary mathematics, Enders-Fisherville-Halifax School, Halifax; Kenneth K. Zellner, elementary science, Kernsville Elementary School, Orefield; Debra Kerr, secondary mathematics, State College Area Junior High School, State College; Sister John Ann Proach, secondary science, Bishop Conwell High School, Levittown.

Puerto Rico. Angel T. Colon Diaz, elementary mathematics, Canovanillas II Elementary School, Carolina; Lucila de Leon Bello, elementary science, Rosa Maria Rodriguez School, Vega Baja; Julia Rodriguez Morales, secondary mathematics, Tejas Second Unit, Yabucoa; Mildred Joan Guerrero Griffin, secondary science, Escuela Intermedia Juan Serral, Barrio Coto Laurel. Rhode Island. Mary K. Fitzgerald, elementary mathematics, Henry Barnard School of Rhode Island, Providence; Lynette L. Clifford, elementary science, Christopher Rhodes Elementary School, Warwick; Mary M. Jerome, secondary mathematics, Thompson Junior High School, Newport; Gregory Coppa, secondary science, East Greenwich High School, East Greenwich.
South Carolina. Marlene McAbee Chapman, elementary mathematics, Forest Acres Elementary School, Easley; Theresa W. Higgins, elementary science, Fort Mill Elementary School, Fort Mill; Elizabeth H. Floyd, Pickens Junior High School, Pickens; Rosemary K. Wicker, secondary science, Laurens Junior High School, Laurens. South Dakota. Kathy Jean Horsted, elementary mathematics, Jane Addams Elementary School, Sioux Falls; Ted Ellingson, Howard Elementary School, Howard; Carol Jenison Murphy, secondary mathematics, Rapid City Central High School, Rapid City; Robert L. Medeck Sr., secondary science, Yankton High School, Yankton. Tennessee. Alice W. Dollar, elementary mathematics, East Knox County Elementary School, Mascot; Florence P. Blackwood, elementary science, Liberty Elementary School, Franklin, John J. Brady 3rd, secondary mathematics, Brentwood Middle School, Brentwood; Betty B. Phillips, secondary science, Richview Middle School, Clarksville.

Texas. Mike Gralish, elementary mathematics, Alice Ponder Elementary School, Mansfield; Madelyn Faye Neathery, elementary science, San Jacinto Elementary School, Deer Park; Barbara Rinesmith, secondary mathematics, Alief Elsik High School, Alief; Robert Sload, secondary science, J.L. McCullough High School, The Woodlands. U.S. Territories. Yvonne S. Freeman, elementary science, Joseph Gomez Elementary School, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; Etuale Tuileta, secondary mathematics, Leone High School, Leone, Pago Pago, American Samoa; Paul E. Cassens, secondary mathematics, Tafuna High School, Pago Pago, A.S.

Utah. Gail S. Howe, elementary mathematics, Eastwood Elementary School, Salt Lake City; Susan D. Fredrickson, elementary science, Wellsville Elementary School, Wellsville; Cindy Watson, secondary mathematics, South Ogden Junior High School, Ogden; Brett D. Moulding, secondary science, Roy High School, Roy. Vermont. Elizabeth T. Hulbert, elementary mathematics, Ward Five Elementary School, Barre; Jean M. Ward, elementary science, Manchester Elementary School, Manchester; Eric Weiss, secondary mathematics, U-32 Junior/Senior High School, Montpelier; William Craig Vinton, secondary science, St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury. Virginia. Karen W. Grass, elementary science, Coventry Elementary School, Yorktown; Helen Marie Boothe, Troutville Elementary School, Troutville; Patricia Robertson, secondary mathematics, Williamsburg Middle School, Arlington; Charles K. Jervis, secondary science, Auburn High and Middle School, Riner.

Washington. Donna Kay Buck, elementary mathematics, Port Angeles School District Elementary Schools, Port Angeles; Traci Caves, elementary science, Whitney Elementary School, Yakima; William K. Kring Sr., A.C. Davis High School, Yakima; Ron Thompson, secondary science, Sammamish High School, Bellevue. West Virginia. Susan K. McGlothen, elementary mathematics, Logan Grade School, Logan; Pamela R. Atha, elementary science, Van Elementary School, Van; Lois Ann Swineford, secondary mathematics, Suncrest Junior High School, Morgantown; Lillie Kathryn Hilts, secondary science, John Adams Junior High School, Charleston.

Wisconsin. Debra J. Macks, elementary mathematics, Minocqua-Hazelhurst-Lake Tomahawk Elementary School, Minocqua; Elizabeth Ann Heindl, elementary science, Mill Valley School, Muskego; Jodean E. Grunow, secondary mathematics, Dodgeville Middle School, Dodgeville; Curt Julian, secondary science, East Senior High School, Green Bay. Wyoming. Ann Hines, elementary mathematics, Crest Hill Elementary School, Casper; Jeanne Spawn, elementary science, Park Elementary School, Casper; Richard D. Lechner, secondary mathematics, Greybull Middle School, Greybull; Janet Lynn Gerking, secondary science, Laramie High School, Laramie.

A total of 11 teachers and principals from U.S. schools were recently honored as 1992 Principals and Teachers of the Year, as part of a national symposium sponsored by the Burger King Corporation in conjunction with the National Association of School Principals. The honorees represent states, U.S. territories, and certain major cities.

The honorees and their schools are listed below, beginning with those from the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Alabama. James R. Elliot, principal, Northside High School, Northport; Penelope Moore, teacher, Mountainview Elementary School, Sylacauga. Alaska. Wilhelm K. Denkinger, principal, Mount Edgecumbe High School, Sitka; David Alan Piasecki, teacher, Pri-Valley School, Healy. Arizona. Kathryn T. Back, principal, Camelback High School, Phoenix; Walter Snow, teacher, Westwood High School, Mesa. Arkansas. Elgie L. Goss, principal, Pine Bluff High School, Pine Bluff; Brenda Ball, teacher, Pine Bluff High School, Pine Bluff.

California. Billie Jean Knight, principal, Manhattan Beach Intermediate School, Manhattan Beach; Maria Vigil, teacher, Las Lomas Elementary School, La Habra. Colorado. Gregory F. Kruthaupt, principal, Ruland Middle School, Gunnison; Paul Schmidt, teacher, Westgate Elementary School, Lakewood. Connecticut. Phillip Irving Morton, principal, East Windsor Junior-Senior High School, East Windsor; Robert Coleman, teacher, Pomperaug High School Alternative, Middlebury. Delaware. Gary Annett, principal, Milford Middle School, Milford; Mercedes Ferrari, teacher, Milford High School, Milford. District of Columbia. Eva R. Rousseau, principal, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, Washington; Gloria Thompson, teacher, Taft Junior High School, Washington.

Florida. David F. Lauer, principal, Hamilton County High School, Jasper; Kathleen Huie, teacher, Fort Pierce Westwood High School, Fort Pierce. Georgia. Howard H. Hendley, principal, Americus High School, Americus; Sue Cain, teacher, Carrollton Junior High School, Carrollton. Hawaii. Henry M. Ariyoshi, principal, Lahainaluna High School, Lahaina; Linda Coleon, teacher, Henry Perrine Balwin High School, Wailuku. Idaho. Emil Vaugh Heinrich, principal, Vallivue High School, Caldwell; Margaret Duncan, teacher, McGhee Elementary School, Lewiston.

Illinois. Phillip Ray Silsby, principal, Waterloo High School, Waterloo; Arthur Peckel, teacher, Rolling Meadows High School, Rolling Meadows. Indiana. Herbert L. Bunch, principal, Seventh Grade Building, New Castel; Michael Kaiser, teacher, Pine View Elementary School, New Albany. Iowa. Thomas J. Downs, principal, Johnston Senior High School, Johnston; Nancy Mounts, teacher, North High School, Sioux City. Kansas. Dean Gilstrap, principal, Arkansas City High School, Arkansas City; Norman Conrad, teacher, Uniontown High School, Uniontown. Kentucky. Robert F. Rowland, principal, Danville High School, Danville; Thomas Welch, teacher, Jessamine County High School, Nicholasville.

Louisiana. John Baldwin, principal, Caddo P.M. Senior High School, Shreveport; Mary Lou Maples, teacher, Lessie Moore Elementary School, Pineville. Maine. Wayne Suomi, principal, Mount View High School, Thorndike; Franklin McElwain, teacher, Limestone Junior/Senior High School, Limestone. Maryland. David A. Kergaard, principal, Kent County High School, Worton; Gemma Hoskins, teacher, Jarrettsville Elementary School, Jarretsville. Massachusetts. Charles A. Schuertz, principal, Don Bosco Technical High School, Boston; Ronald Adams, teacher, Broad Meadows Middle School, Quincy.

Michigan. James L. Dooley, principal, L’Anse Creuse Middle School, Mount Clemens; Thomas Fleming, teacher, Washtenaw County Juvenile Detention Center, Ann Arbor. Minnesota. Elizabeth A. Pawlitschek, principal, Plymouth Middle School, Plymouth; Rhoda Stroud, teacher, Webster Magnet Elementary School, St. Paul. Mississippi. John MacCurlee 3rd, principal, Pearl High School, Pearl; Betty Whitlock, Clinton High School, Clinton. Missouri. Emmett E. Sawyer, principal, Greene County Reorganized-VIII High School, Rogersville; Earnestine Blakley, teacher, Bessie Ellison Elementary School, Kansas City. Montana. Frederick J. Anderson, principal, Custer County District High School, Miles City; Nancy Stucky, teacher, Sandstone Elementary School, Billings.

Nebraska. Danny D. Twarling, principal, Holdrege Senior High School, Holdrege; DeLoris Tonack, teacher, Goodrich Junior High School, Lincoln. Nevada. Allen Coles, principal, Clark High School, Las Vegas; Kathleen Magee, teacher, Boulder City. New Hampshire. Dennis Littky, principal, Thayer Junior/Senior High School, Winchester; Arthur Johnson 2nd, teacher, Nashua Senior High School, Nashua. New Jersey. Thomas P. Dougherty, principal, Mainland Regional High School, Linwood; Nancy Gorrell, teacher, Morristown High School, Morristown.

New Mexico. John W. Spradling, principal, Artesia Junior High School, Artesia; Michael Thayer, teacher, Vista Middle School, Las Cruces. New York. Mathew M. Mandery, principal, Jerico High School, Jerico; Paul Van Wie, teacher, The Wheatley School, Old Westberry.
North Carolina. William P. Shipp, principal, Westover Senior High School, Fayetteville; Annie Pegram, teacher, R.N. Harris Elementary School, Durham. North Dakota. Lynn F. Flannagan, principal, Grafton High School, Grafton; Judy Wegenast, teacher, Centennial Elementary School, Fargo. Ohio. Linda Robertson, principal, Aurora High School, Aurora; Marion Lipinski, teacher, Center Street Village School, Mentor.

Oklahoma. James A. Wilson, principal, Muskogee High School, Muskogee; Rhonda Harryman, teacher, Cross Timbers Elementary School, Edmund. Oregon. Patricia A. Mack, principal, Walker Middle School, Salem; Daniel Tilson, teacher, Eastwood Elementary School, Roseburg. Pennsylvania. Jay F. Livziey, principal, Roosevelt Middle School, Williamsport; Rudolph Sharpe Jr., teacher, Lower Dauphin High School, Hummelstown. Rhode Island. Frederick P. Pasquariello, principal, Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School, Johnston; Judith Sweeney, teacher, Lincoln Junior-Senior High School, Lincoln.

South Carolina. Jonathan N. Francis Jr., principal, Beaufort High School, Beaufort; Jeanne Sink, teacher, Morningside Middle School, North Charleston. South Dakota. Wes Storm, principal, West Middle School, Rapid City; Lennis Larson, teacher, Spearfish High School, Spearfish. Tennessee. James R. McClain, principal, West High School, Knoxville; Delores Doyle, Reeves-Rogers Elementary School, Murfreesboro. Texas. O.B. Garcia, principal, South Park Middle School, Corpus Christi; Rosa Lujan, teacher, Ysleta Elementary School, El Paso.

Utah. Kay E. Giles, principal, Orem Junior High School, Orem; Colleen Densley, teacher, Canyon Crest Elementary School, Provo. Vermont. Philip D. Lanoue, principal, Burlington High School, Burlington; Jane Miller, teacher, Lawrence Barnes School, Burlington. Virginia. Barry Lewis Beers, principal, York High School, Yorktown; Lena Regina Williams, teacher, Churchland Junior High School, Portsmouth. Washington. Marilee H. Hansen, principal, Bremerton High School, Bremerton; Patricia Roberts-Dempsey, teacher, Challenger High School, Spanaway.

West Virginia. Gary W. Greenfield, principal, Hedgesville Middle School, Hedgesville; Beverly Hoffmaster, teacher, Berkeley Heights Elementary School, Martinsburg. Wisconsin. Robert V. Ericson, principal, North High School, Sheboygan; John Gravelle, teacher, Merrill Senior High School, Merrill. Wyoming. Richard A. Costello, principal, Big Piney High School, Big Piney; Joan Barker, teacher, Green River High School, Green River.

Department of Defense Dependents Schools. Helen Kay Galloway, principal, Alconbury High School, A.P.O., Great Britain; Jacquelyn Hilton, teacher, Ramstein Junior High School, A.P.O., Germany. Puerto Rico. No principal designated; Ivette Cortes, teacher, Republica de Mexico, Rio Piedras.

City of Chicago. Joseph P. Rega, principal, William J. Bogan Technical High School. City of Detroit. L. Kimberly Peoples, principal, Golightly Vocational/Technical Center. City of Houston. David R. Haller, principal, Albert Sidney Johnston Middle School, Houston.

City of Los Angeles. Thelma Yoshii, principal, Irving Middle School. City of New York. Saul Bruckner, principal, Edward R. Murrow High School, Brooklyn. City of Philadelphia. Frank Guido, principal, Franklin Learning Center.

Six West Virginia classroom teachers and principals have been named recipients of the 1992 Milken Family Foundation Educator Awards, which recognize leadership skills, career achievements, professional growth, and success in promoting student achievement. The recipients are listed below by name.

John Armstrong, teacher, St. Marys High School, Pleasants County; Deborah Battle, principal, Ranson Elementary, Jefferson County; Jerry DeLuca, teacher, Tucker County High School, Tucker County; Beverly Hoffmaster, teacher, Berkeley Heights Elementary School, Berkeley County; George Krelis, Wheeling Park High School, Ohio County; Rebecca O’Dell, teacher, Leivasy Elementary School, Nicholas County.

The National Alliance of Business has honored three programs with 1992 Distinguished Performance Awards for leadership in addressing issues of education reform and building a high-quality workforce. The recipients are listed below by award category.

Job Training Program of the Year (Adult). Pillsbury/Green Giant Retraining Program, Santa Cruz County Human Resources Agency, Santa Cruz, Calif. Job Training Program of the Year (Youth). Summer Jobs for Youth Program, New Haven Area Private Industry Council, New Haven, Conn. Business/Education Partnership Program of the Year. The Rochester Partnership, Rochester, N.Y.

The Agency for Instructional Technology was recently named the Gold Award winner in the children’s-health category at the International Health and Medical Film Festival, for its series “Who Are You?,’' a drug-prevention program.
Ann Bryant, the executive director of the American Association of University Women and the A.A.U.W. Educational Foundation, in Washington, D.C., was has been honored with the 1992 Key Award, for her achievements and leadership in the association-management profession, by the American Society of Association Executives.
Larry Nucci, professor and head of educational psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to continue his scholarly work in moral development in children.
The Morris County (N.J.) Vocational Technical Schools, has won state honors from the New Jersey Department of Education, for placing high percentages of its graduates in full-time jobs.
Rachael Hicks, a social-studies teacher at Jefferson Junior High School in Washington, has been named a distinguished fellow by the American Federation of Teachers. She will study for a year at the union’s headquarters.
Ann C. Jackson, a teacher at Anne Beers Elementary School in Washington, was recently named the mid-Atlantic recipient of the third annual Excellence in Teaching Awards, by the National Council of Negro Women Inc.
Robert E. Kittle, the superintendent of the Harrison County, W.Va., school district, has received the “Leader of Learning’’ Award for his leadership as an administrator in the delivery of educational programs and services.
Kim Mayo, a teacher at the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, was recently honored as recipient of the National Excellence in Teaching Award, by the National Council of Negro Women Inc.
Debbie Shea, a social-studies teacher in Butte, Mont., has been named a recipient of the Porter Union Service Award, for service to her union and community, by the American Federation of Teachers.
Theodore R. Sizer, the chairman of the Coalition of Essential Schools, has received the James Bryant Conant Award from the Education Commission of the States, for outstanding contributions to education in the United States.

A version of this article appeared in the September 30, 1992 edition of Education Week as HONORS & AWARDS