Anne Marie Culver of Kellogg chosen as Symetra Hero in the Classroom

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Anne Marie Culver, Shoreline Teacher
Anne Marie Culver, science teacher at Kellogg Middle School, will be honored as the October 30 Shoreline School District recipient of the Heroes in the Classroom award sponsored by the Seattle Seahawks and Symetra Financial.

Anne Marie was presented with the award at an all-school assembly on Friday, October 21.

Symetra Heroes in the Classroom is a community program that recognizes Shoreline, Renton and Seattle teachers for outstanding leadership and instructional skills during the Seattle Seahawks season.

Anne Marie has taught at Kellogg since 1997. She will be recognized at the Seahawks home game against the Cincinnati Bengals and receive a team jersey, two tickets to the game and on-field passes, and a $350 OfficeMax gift card for classroom supplies.

Anne Marie was nominated by Kellogg Principal Lori Longo, who wrote in part: "Ms. Culver teaches the whole child, stretching young minds to become flexible in their thinking and critical in their analysis of content. She uses visual and verbal cues, integrates technology at a high level and brings parent volunteers into to the classroom all to support students in reaching their full potential."

In addition to the awards before each home game, Symetra and the Seahawks will make a $10,000 donation to three participating schools following the 2011 season. Funds will be designated to support a specific student achievement program at each school.

For more information and to nominate a teacher, visit the Seattle Seahawks/Symetra Heroes in the Classroom Web site.


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