$103 Gift Card for classroom supplies provided by Concordia University
Crystal Apple Award is a beautifully sculpted reminder of achievement and commitment to students and education, sponsored by K103 and Concordia University
Concordia University Continuing Education Scholarship winner will be randomly drawn from this year's Educator of the Week honorees. Teacher education has been the cornerstone of Concordia University for more than 100 years, and this scholarship is one way that Concordia joins students and the community to thank educators for all they do!
All of this year's weekly winners of the EOW are eligible • scholarship redeemable for one graduate or undergraduate course up to three (3) credits, with selection from among all courses available at Concordia University on-campus, online or off-site. • Course selection will be on a space available basis • winner must be qualified for the courses they select. (For example, someone without a bachelor's degree would not qualify for a graduate level course.) • The course must be started within 12 months of the award. • Fees and books are not included. • If a recipient chooses not to take a course, there will be no monetary compensation or reimbursement, and there will be no cash reimbursement if a recipient withdraws from a course for any reason. • Additional restrictions may apply.
Stephanie Gano is a 2nd Grade Teacher at Burton Elementary in Vancouver. Her nominator and parent, Rheanna Rosein, had this to say about her:
I would like to nominate my daughter's 2nd grade teacher Stephanie Gano! She is not only an amazing teacher but a great person in general! My daughter hated going to school and this woman helped change all that. We all have that one teacher we will remember and who changed things for us for the better and she is definitely that. She truly cares for her students inside and outside of the classroom. She ends each day with a high five or a hug! She makes learning fun and it shows because what she teaches STICKS! My daughter is an avid reader now and has more confidence in herself than ever! Mrs. Gano was able to not only teach her current class 1st grade but also move up with them to 2nd grade as well. She has taught them not only educational skills, but also how to be kind, and know they can do whatever they set their mind to! She has two active kids of her own but still finds time to attend her student’s activities and support them there as well. Teachers like her are rare and deserve major kudos!
Congratulations Stephanie Gano from all of us at K103!