Teach the Future Fellowship Announces New Class

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

Fourteen Teach the Future Fellowships have been awarded to a group of educators for the 2017-18 class. They will participate in the year-long program designed to bring public and private schools together, sharing and generating ideas to take back to their classrooms. 

The 2017/18 Fellows and their schools are: Donna DelMonte (Coastal Middle School), Schona Dortch (West Chatham Middle School), Jessica Fielder (The STEM Academy), Anne Fleming (St. Andrew’s School), Suzanne Fleming (Hesse K-8), Kathryn Foshee (The STEM Academy), Katie Holliday (Susie King Taylor Community School), Laura Hooks (West Chatham Middle School), Michael Howell (St. Andrew’s School), Michelle Ippolito (Hancock Day School), Emily Kiene (St. Andrew’s School), Ben Lingenfelter (Coastal Middle School), David Nash (Savannah Country Day School) and Stacey Young-Caudell (St. Andrew’s School).

“The fellowship brings together educators from different grades and schools who will return to their classrooms with an incredible network of innovators and entrepreneurs from the Savannah community,” said Kelley Waldron, program founder and coordinator. “The goal is create a stronger and more relevant group of educators who will prepare students for the future.”