Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Texarkana Independent School District Teachers of the Year.

Robin Hilton - TISD Secondary Teacher of the Year

TISD Robin Hilton
TISD Robin Hilton

Congratulations to Robin Hilton, TISD's Secondary Teacher of the Year. Robin is an 8th Grade Social Studies Teacher at Texas Middle School and has been in the field of education for 29 years. Ms Hilton has dedicated her life to teaching and fostering the love of lifelong learning in her students. Ms Hilton’s teaching style is to teach the child, not the subject, in an effort to make classroom learning fun and personal.

Tara Droske - Elementary Teacher of the Year

TISD Tara Droske
TISD Tara Droske

Congratulations to Tara Droske, the TISD Elementary Teacher of the Year. Ms Droske has 12 years in education and serves as a Kindergarten Teacher at Morriss Elementary School. Ms Droske believes that a strong teacher is constantly learning, changing, growing, collaborating, engaging their students, building relationships and growing leaders. Ms Droske considers herself a lifelong learner and is always willing to share her knowledge and experience with others.

TISD Campus Teachers of the Year

The TISD Campus Teachers of the Year were also announced:

  • Waggoner Creek Elementary School – Kara Groves
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar Early Education Center – Charesa Willis
  • Highland Park Elementary – Montrae Williams
  • Morriss Elementary – Taylor Peavey
  • Nash Elementary – Whitney Mason
  • Spring Lake Park Elementary – Amy Moore
  • Theron Jones Early Education Center – Moneta Shavers
  • Wake Village Elementary – Christi Coleman
  • Westlawn Elementary – Chelsea Glass
  • Options/Goree – Justin Coats
  • Texas Middle School – Leean Fromm
  • Texas High School – George McCasland

This is the 29th year that Texarkana Rotary Clubs have distributed Teacher of the Year plaques and certificates.

Congratulations to all.

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