Jericho Teacher Gets Math Honor

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math2Dr. Matthew DeMarinis has been selected by The Nassau County Mathematics Teachers Association as the 2015 High School Mathematics Teacher of the Year. The NCMTA Teacher of the Year is awarded for achievement in leadership, teaching and service.

This includes a commitment to one’s own professional growth as an educator. A lifelong learner, DeMarinis has embarked on a continuing pursuit of knowledge through a rigorous doctoral program through Columbia University where he earned his Doctorate of Education in Mathematics.

Pictured (from left) are Helene Kriegstein, Jericho’s Curriculum Associate for Mathematics; Jericho High School Principal Joan Rosenberg; Nassau County Mathematics Teachers Association 2015 High School Mathematics Teacher of the Year Dr. Matthew DeMarinis; High School Math Teacher Paul Bode; Jericho’s Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Barbara Bauer, and Jericho’s Superintendent Hank Grishman.

 

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