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August 08, 2016

District Teacher of the Year Named


Picture of Mollie Suits and students

Spartanburg County School District Six is proud to announce that Ms. Mollie Suits has been named “District Six Teacher of the Year.” Entering into her sixth year of teaching, Suits was chosen among a select group of educators in the district. This new title was announced during the District Six Awards and Recognition program on August 8th. In reference to this new chapter in her life, Suits says, "I am humbled and honored to represent and serve District Six as its Teacher of the Year. I am looking forward to collaborating with other educators across our district and state as I continue to grow and learn as a professional.” Suits graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary and Special Education. She enjoys traveling every chance she gets, and has been on several international mission trips. She enjoys cheering on the Clemson Tigers and Carolina Panthers with her family, and is currently training for her first half marathon in November. When asked what she loves most about her teaching career Suits says, "The best part of my job is building relationships with my students. We create a tight-knit community that expands beyond the classroom walls. That close student-teacher relationship enhances the learning inside our classroom and allows us all to succeed in achieving our goals.” Choosing to work for District Six was an easy decision for Suits as she is a Dorman High School graduate. She says, “ I have experienced first-hand the benefits from being student of a district that always puts children first. I wanted to be an innovative teacher who creates a motivating learning environment for her students and knew I would be given that opportunity in District Six.”

 
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