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NH Teachers Honored

The following teachers have been recognized by a sponsor in the Honoring New Hampshire Teachers Campaign presented by Service Credit Union.  Learn how you can honor a teacher who has made a difference in your life Now through December 31st. 

David Fischer, Pinkerton Academy

Mr. Fischer is a tremendous guidance counselor. Without his support and belief in my son, especially throughout the Covid pandemic, my son would probably not have graduated on time. Mr. Fisher went above and beyond to make sure Andrew had everything he needed to succeed and he never gave up on him. I am truly thankful to have such a supportive, yet firm role model for my son. Mr. Fisher absolutely is one of the best!! Thank you!

Andrew & Glenna Lydick

Alissa Demian, Elm Street Middle School

Ms. Demian made a tremendous impact on our daughter’s
education. Ms. Demian’s patience, kindness, and encouragement allowed our
daughter to be happy at school, grow her confidence, learn to advocate for
herself, and make friends at school. Ms. Demian taught our daughter life long
lessons and made learning fun! We are truly grateful for all that Ms. Demian
has taught our daughter.

The Hwalek Family

Becky Mayhew, Glenna Lydick, Tim Dukshire, SEE Science Center Educators

Last school year, The SEE Education Team delivered over 370 programs in-person, outreach, virtual and virtual kits formats to over 6,500 school children.  Through SEE's Inclusion Initiative over 90% of these programs were delivered for free to low income and underserved youth.  The SEE team did an amazing job reaching out to teachers, coaching them through the use of virtual platforms and inspiring children across the state.  They are on record this year to reach even more children and we want to thank them for their amazing efforts.

Shana Hawrylchak, Executive Director SEE Science Center