Cari Franz, an educator at Ridgewood High School District 234 in Norridge, IL received the University of Chicago Outstanding Educator Award.
An Outstanding Educator shapes young minds in meaningful ways—thoughtfully approaching instruction, sharing an infectious love for learning, and caring for students both inside and outside of the classroom. Each year, newly admitted UChicago students have the opportunity to reflect on their time in school and nominate an educator who played a significant role in their education, made a positive impact in their lives, and whose influence has brought them to where they are today.
The University of Chicago is honored to recognize excellence in teaching and sincerely congratulates this year’s Outstanding Educator Award winners, who are exceptional in their field and role models for all students. The University deeply appreciates the lively minds who thirst for knowledge that these educators have nurtured and inspired. We thank them for going above and beyond the call of duty every day and leaving an impression that will be carried over a lifetime.
All award winners receive a commemorative award, certificate, and letter that includes details from the student they were nominated by. Principals and superintendents of award winners will also receive communications notifying them that their employees have received the award. Please use the social media hashtag, #outstandingeducators, to highlight winners and share their achievements.
Additional information regarding the University of Chicago Outstanding Educator can be found on our website at the following link: https://collegeadmissions.uchicago.edu/counselors- educators/outstanding-educator-awards. Any further questions can be directed to Simone Stover at email@example.com.