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Michelle Ryan Wins MA Milken Educator Award for 2015-16

Michelle Ryan (MA '15)   |   Randolph High School  |  Randolph, MA  |  Nov 13, 2015

What's on the agenda for the morning assembly at Randolph High School? It's a big day for social studies teacher Michelle Ryan: She's about to get the surprise of her career! Watch as Massachusetts Secretary of Education Jim Peyser and Dr. Jane Foley, Milken Educator Awards senior vice president, celebrate this outstanding educator in front of students, staff and visiting dignitaries.

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  • Randolph High School band
  • Randolph High School Pledge of Allegiance
  • Randolph High School students read poems
  • Randolph High School headmaster Michael Allen
  • Randolph Superintendent Thomas Anderson
  • MA Secretary of Education Jim Peyser
  • Jane Foley at Randolph High School
  • Randolph HS students award amount
  • Randolph HS students react
  • Michelle Ryan reaction
  • Randolph HS students cheer
  • Michelle Ryan in shock
  • Overwhelmed with emotion Michelle Ryan
  • Michelle Ryan addresses Randolph HS
  • Jim Peyser congratulates Michelle Ryan
  • Michelle Ryan check
  • Ryan with dignitaries
  • Jane Foley with MA dignitaries
  • Veteran Milken Educators Randolph HS
  • Randolph HS swarm
  • Randolph HS students wait for Michelle Ryan
  • Selfies at Randolph High School
  • Randolph HS AP psychology class

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  • So awesome!
    So proud of the teacher and the leadership of headmaster Michael Allen!
    Way to go!!

    Posted by Helenann Civian, 16/11/2015 3:25pm (4 years ago)

  • Congratulations, Ms. Ryan! My daughter Elizabeth was inspired by your teaching in AP Psychology to double major in Psychology and Early Childhood development at Wheelock College. Keep doing your wonderful work for our students at RHS!

    Posted by Lisa Prostak, 15/11/2015 12:03pm (4 years ago)

  • So proud to see Michelle receive the Milken Educator Award. She works tirelessly, sacrificing her self and nights of sleep for the advancement and education of her students. Teaching is a career that goes unappreciated because many do not comprehend the dedication that is needed or have the opportunity to witness a teacher up at 2am grading papers and preparing lessons for the next day. Glad, she is able to share her work ethic, dedication to education and be a role model to her students.

    Posted by Elrick R., 13/11/2015 6:33pm (4 years ago)

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