Posted: Monday, July 29, 2019

The Greenville Alternative Teacher Education (GATE) program, now in its fourth year, has selected 22 new math, science, and Spanish middle and secondary teachers. The GATE Program provides a pathway into the teaching profession for people with subject-area bachelor’s degrees, but who lack formal training in education. Through intensive coaching and mentoring, ongoing evaluation, and multiple opportunities for participation in professional learning communities, GATE teachers are guided into their role in the classroom and given the tools needed to thrive.

2019-20 GATE Teachers

  • Jessica Johnson, Middle Math, Berea Middle School
  • Angel McGowan, Middle Math, Berea Middle School
  • Edward Lomas, Secondary Math, Blue Ridge High School
  • John McHugh, Secondary Science, Carolina High & Academy
  • Kayce Looper, Secondary Science, Eastside High School
  • Sandra Castano, Spanish, Fisher Middle School
  • Shannon Sellars, Middle Math, Fisher Middle School
  • Barry Starling, Middle Math, Greenville Early College
  • Michael White, Secondary Math, Greenville High Academy
  • Sara Bartley, Secondary Math, Greer High School
  • Adam Summer, Secondary Science, Hillcrest High School
  • Alecia Nichols, Spanish, J.L. Mann High Academy
  • Dalia Delanuez, Spanish, Lakeview Middle School
  • Brooke Vaillancourt, Middle Science, Lakeview Middle School
  • Addison Blackman, Secondary Science, Mauldin High School
  • Tabitha Watson, Middle Science, Northwest Middle School
  • Luis Kuronya, Spanish, Southside High School
  • Benjamin Duncan, Middle Math, Tanglewood Middle School
  • Gina Salamin, Middle Math, Tanglewood Middle School
  • Dr. Lisa Schwartz, Secondary Science, Travelers Rest High School
  • Heather Nelson, Secondary Science, Wade Hampton High School
  • Mayra Burgos, Spanish, Woodmont Middle School
GATE Cohort 4 Teachers with Advisor Candace Moore

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