OnPoint Prize for Excellence in Education

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"I am recommending everyone's favorite teacher Ian Niktab. He teaches at Lincoln Elementary in Woodburn Or. He is a caring and dedicated teacher in studies and environmental interests."
FROMSharon Scott

"I am recommending my granddaughter Michelle Niktab who teaches at Lincoln Elementary in Woodburn Or. She is a very dedicated teacher in a depressed area of Spanish, English, and Russian speaking children."
FROMSharon Scott

"Steve Hillis is more than an 8th grade SMMS teacher. He teaches life lessons with great enthusiasm for what life has to offer."
FROMTammy Hillis

"A teacher that continues to speak words of wisdom and influence my life is Mrs. Micki Hall from Roseburg high. He words continue to guide me through adulthood."
FROMJenni Sullivan

"Wayne White is a teachers aide for special needs kids at Floyd Light. They love him!"
FROMJana Port White

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$40,000 in awards to local teachers
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Help OnPoint Honor Our Community's Best Educators.

The OnPoint Prize for Excellence in Education will award over $40,000 to local teachers and their schools. Here’s what selected teachers will win:

EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR - K-8

Mortgage paid for one school year plus $1,000 to their school for resources & supplies

EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR - 9-12

Mortgage paid for one school year plus $1,000 to their school for resources & supplies

TWO FINALISTS - K-8 & 9-12

$500 cash for each finalist plus an additional $500 to their schools for resources & supplies

OnPoint has always understood that strong education is one of the best ways to build thriving communities. The OnPoint Prize is our opportunity to recognize outstanding teachers that have made a difference in our lives.

Nominations are being accepted until 5:30 pm on April 6, 2015. For more information, please review the Official Contest Rules.

Watch 2014 OnPoint Prize winners, Elizabeth Lawson and Susan Bartley, accept the Educator of the Year award.