Lincoln Elementary Teacher Named PCPS Teacher of the Year

Ponca City Public Schools - March 27, 2022 8:44 pm

Sherrie Webb, Lincoln Elementary first grade teacher, was named the 2022-2023 Ponca City Public School Teacher of the Year during a celebration at the PCPS Concert Hall.

Webb has been teaching for almost 14 years

“I’m speechless because all of these teachers being recognized tonight are awesome,” said Webb during her acceptance speech. “You guys are complete rock stars.”

“We’ve all had a tough couple of years and there have been times when I was honestly ready to walk away but it was always about those kids. They needed me and I needed them more than they knew,” she said.

Webb was also given $500 from the Ponca City Public School Foundation for winning.

Pictured: Sherrie Webb, Lincoln Elementary first grade teacher and Superintendent of PCPS Shelley Arrott.

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Other finalists included Aimee Clark, kindergarten teacher at Union Elementary, and Leanne Smith-Parr, language arts teacher at Ponca City High School.

Other site Teacher of the Year nominees included:

Laura Glowacki, instructional coach, Garfield Elementary

Svetlana McDaniel, fourth grade, Liberty Elementary

Mary Morse, art, Roosevelt Elementary

Diane Green, first grade, Trout Elementary

Victoria Courtney, kindergarten, Woodlands Elementary

Jenna Chambers, pre-kindergarten, Washington Pre-K Center

Valerie Huffer, instructional coach, West Middle School

Jazmin Martinez, seventh grade math, West Middle School

Kim Sulivant, Family and Consumer Science, East Middle School

Mark Kimbrell, mathematics, Wildcat Academy

Bethany Fredricks, special education study skills, Ponca City High School

Lisa Welch, special education mathematics, Ponca City High School


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