The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce has named Susan Adams of Four Oaks Middle School as March’s Teachers Lead Four Oaks, Teacher of the Month recipient.
Four Oaks teachers are a vital part of developing and leading our future workforce and future community leaders. The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce recognizes teachers who motivate and inspire their students through their teaching practices and their commitment to the community.
Four Oaks Middle School Principal Tol Avery and Assistant Principal Sarah Lewis shared as part of the nomination process, “Mrs. Adams builds rapport with her students so that they seek to learn and dig deeper into social studies. She leads by example by being a lifelong learner and continues to motivate her students with her enthusiasm in and out of the classroom. She is the school’s soccer and softball coach. She has also just assumed the role of athletic director and has partnered with many outside agencies to garner their support for the school’s athletic program. Businesses, families, and community members feel part of the school community because of her outreach. Mrs. Adams is a seasoned teacher who diligently seeks opportunities to get the best out of her students on a daily basis. She tries innovative ideas to inspire students to develop a love for learning. Mrs. Adams not only loves her students, she loves the Four Oaks community and seeks to merge it with the school to make each a better place.”
Mrs. Adams was presented with a certificate of recognition as well as a bag of gifts from many of the Chamber member businesses.
The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce will recognize one local teacher each month through the Teachers Lead Four Oaks program.