The Beaufort County School District's teachers of the year were crowned in ceremonies at schools around the district on Friday. At Hilton Head Island Middle School, history teacher Steven Moe -- seen holding daughter Charlie, 3 -- won the award. Here, student Keagen Allen dares Moe to wear his celebratory crown at school next week. Looking on at left is Moe's father, Robert Moe, a retired 28-year teacher at Hilton Head Island High School and a former teacher of the year himself. "He's a natural," said Robert Moe of his son. To watch a video from the presentation, go to:Êhttp://bit.ly/1gf1c6W
The Beaufort County School District's teachers of the year were crowned in ceremonies at schools around the district on Friday. At Hilton Head Island Middle School, history teacher Steven Moe -- seen holding daughter Charlie, 3 -- won the award. Here, student Keagen Allen dares Moe to wear his celebratory crown at school next week. Looking on at left is Moe's father, Robert Moe, a retired 28-year teacher at Hilton Head Island High School and a former teacher of the year himself. "He's a natural," said Robert Moe of his son. To watch a video from the presentation, go to:Êhttp://bit.ly/1gf1c6W Staff photo
The Beaufort County School District's teachers of the year were crowned in ceremonies at schools around the district on Friday. At Hilton Head Island Middle School, history teacher Steven Moe -- seen holding daughter Charlie, 3 -- won the award. Here, student Keagen Allen dares Moe to wear his celebratory crown at school next week. Looking on at left is Moe's father, Robert Moe, a retired 28-year teacher at Hilton Head Island High School and a former teacher of the year himself. "He's a natural," said Robert Moe of his son. To watch a video from the presentation, go to:Êhttp://bit.ly/1gf1c6W Staff photo

Beaufort County School District names top teachers

May 02, 2014 02:21 PM

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