Hallemeier Takes ‘Teacher of the Year’ Honors
Math teacher Constance Hallemeier is named both the Liberty and the WSD 2020 teacher of the year.
On Nov. 19, math teacher, chair of the LHS math department and NHS sponsor, Mrs. Hallemeier was selected as Liberty’s Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year. She’s been teaching since 1995, and has been at Liberty for eight.
“Liberty is full of so many truly talented teachers who are deserving of this award. Knowing they picked me was such a great honor coming from such a wonderful staff,” Hallemeier said.
Hallemeier would receive another recognition as she was announced as the Wentzville School District’s Teacher of the Year at the school board meeting on Dec. 17. This is the second time in her teaching career that she was named the district teacher of the year.
“I am so honored to be selected from all the amazing teachers represented from around the district who engage our students each and every day,” Hallemeier following the announcement. “It’s truly a blessing to work in a district that has such dedicated teachers.”
As the winner of the District Teacher of the Year, Hallemeier is now eligible to compete at the regional and state level in the Missouri Teacher of the Year program, which is conducted annually by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in conjunction with the National Teacher of the Year program.
The rest of the LHS math department gave Hallemeier their congratulations and well wishes: