November 2010 Issue
October 24, 2010


Source: NYSUT United


Beth Sullivan, Binghamton Teachers Association, will receive the 2010 Lee Bryant Outstanding Teacher Award for her exemplary use of technology in the classroom. The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education will present the award to Sullivan, a fourth-grade teacher and technology mentor, at the association's annual conference this month in Rochester.

Deb Lynch, Hilton Central School TA, led students at Village Elementary School to No. 1 in the nation in the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge. Students of Lynch, a library/media specialist, logged 895,317 minutes of reading from May 1 to Aug. 31. The honor will give the school a listing in the 2010 Scholastic Book of World Records.

In print

Michael Boloker, Smithtown Teachers Association (retired), has published his seventh book, Noo Yawk — A 70-year-old Brooklyn Kid's Commentary on His City Today. Available at Amazon.Com.