Julie Pinto, a high school mathematics teacher at Marietta High School (MHS) receives the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (GCTM) Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics, an award given to one educator per grade-level in the state.
“Julie Pinto is a role model to her colleagues, an inspiration to her students and our school community, and a leader in the improvement of math instruction,” said Leigh Colburn, principal at MHS. “In my experience with Mrs. Pinto, I have found her to be instructionally sound, focused, and articulate. Her professional contacts, creativity, emotional maturity, and work ethic have a daily positive impact upon her students and our school.”
The Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics is given to educators who demonstrate strong content foundation in mathematics appropriate for their teaching level and show evidence of growth in their subject of mathematics. Awardees are esteemed as peer role models for other teachers and academic leaders within their schools and communities.