Veronica Doyle receives Distinguished Teaching Award
Ms. Doyle currently teaches Spanish I and Spanish III and is a co-moderator for our Multicultural Student Union, Black Student Union, and Multiracial Student Union. She is in her tenth year of service at the Academy. She earned a B.A. in Spanish and a B.A. in Humanities from Seattle University, an M.A. in Spanish and Latin American Literature & Cultures from New York University in Madrid, and an M.A. in Teaching from Seattle Pacific University.
She is known for her engaging classes, encouragement of all her students, and kindness. In one of the Distinguished Teacher nomination forms, a student wrote, “Ms. Doyle is always providing us with extra resources to be successful. She creates a fun, happy, and engaging environment to learn in.” Ms. Doyle receives $2,500 for personal or professional development (plus a match of $2,500 from an anonymous donor to the program this year) and $1,000 for the International Language Department, to be used at her discretion.