Posted by CSTA and Infosys Foundation USA on May 30, 2023
The Computer Science Teachers Association and Infosys Foundation USA are proud to announce the 2023 CS Teaching Excellence Awards winners.
The Computer Science Teachers Association and Infosys Foundation USA are proud to announce the 2023 CS Teaching Excellence Awards winners. The CS Teaching Excellence Awards are designed to recognize outstanding teaching by K–12 computer science teachers. Winners excel in inspiring students to explore the computer science field, engaging students in learning rigorous standards-aligned computer science content, and broadening the participation of underrepresented students in computing. These awards were made possible by a grant from Infosys Foundation USA.
Congratulations to Our Winners
Matt Alonzo, Parkway North High School, St. Louis, Missouri
Paige Besthoff, E Raymond Appleby School, Spotswood, New Jersey
Jason Michael Galbraith, Sunset High School, Portland, Oregon
Keethan Kleiner, North Carolina School of Science & Mathematics, Durham, North Carolina
Chantell Mason, Hixson Middle School, Webster Groves, Missouri
Carla Neely, Northwest School of the Arts, Cleveland, Ohio
Michelle Pierce, Mallard Creek STEM Academy, Charlotte, North Carolina
Trevor Rabourn, Ruidoso Middle School, Ruidoso, New Mexico
Daniel Sorge, New Britain High School, New Britain, Connecticut
Melissa Zeitz, Springfield Public Schools, Northampton, Massachusetts
Congratulations to Our Honorable Mentions
Christopher D. Evans, North Forney High School, Forney, Texas
Jeremy Joven, The Spence School, New York City, New York
Ascension Reyes, De Anza Magnet School, Brawley, California
Cindy Wong, P.S.41Q, Bayside, New York
Julie York, South Portland High School, South Portland, Maine
Congratulations, again, to our winners! We encourage you to learn more about this year’s winners here.