Moore Public School Teacher of the Year Announced | News



MOORE – Moore Public Schools has announced the Teacher for the Year 2021-2022, each representing their current school site.

Teacher of the Year are nominated by their peers in September of each school year, and results are available in mid-fall. Each TOY school is invited to complete Part 1 of the TOY district application in October and November.

Five finalists for the MPS District TOY will be announced later, after which they will complete Part 2 of the MPS District TOY application. In April, the winner of the MPS District Teacher of the Year award is announced at the Moore Public Schools Excellence in Education annual banquet. This ceremony honors the accomplishments of each TOY at the site level and the five finalists for the TOY district.

The teachers of the year for the MPS site for 2021-2022 are:

Primary schools

  • Apple Creek: Cara Cummings, Year One
  • Briarwood: Junae Stafford, sixth year ELA
  • Broadmoore: Alicia Wilson, pre-K
  • Bryant: Jennifer Reeves, sixth grade and ELA
  • Central: Britny Cerda, sixth year sciences and humanities
  • Earlywine: McKenzie Benavides, first year
  • Eastlake: Shelby Webb, STEAM
  • Fairview: Lauren Steveerson, Grade Six Math
  • Fisher: Emily Fraire, first year
  • Heritage Trails: Ashley Wright, Music
  • Houchin: Natalie Campbell, first year
  • Kelley: Jane Salsman, Resource / Special Education Teacher
  • Kingsgate: Kayleigh Gonzalez, Grade 1
  • Northmoor: Crystal Green, Title I
  • Oakridge: Kerri Guarnera, fourth year, social studies
  • Plaza Towers: Linda Sullivan, K-6, STEAM
  • Red Oak: Lisa McAllister, second year
  • Santa Fe: Aly Morton, Kindergarten
  • Sky Ranch: Angela Martinez, fourth year
  • Earlier: Carissa French, pre-kindergarten
  • South Lake: Mindy Cowley, Grade 3
  • Southgate: Amy Thompson, Kindergarten
  • Southridge: Daniel Woods, seventh and eighth, ELA
  • Timber Creek: Marti Minney, first year
  • Wayland Bonds: Kristen Lassiter, Librarian
  • Winding Creek: Bobbi Arington, first year


  • Brink Junior High: Phillip Revolinski, eighth grade, reading
  • Central Junior High: Jenni Walker, Grades 7 and 8, Reading
  • Highland East Junior High: Shelly Hankins, seventh grade, reading
  • Highland West Junior High: Terri Chancellor, Director of the Department of Language Arts and Special Education
  • Moore West Junior High: Amy Branch, Special Education, Grades 7 and 8 Functional

High schools

  • Moore High School: Melissa Wilson, Science
  • Southmoore High School: Alona Whitebird, Story
  • Vista Academies: Cindy Farquhar, Grades 7 and 8, Science
  • Westmoore High School: Rachel Cerney, English / Language Arts

To review past MPS Teachers of the Year or to see open teaching and support positions, visit or call 735-4000.

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