Delsea Regional High School Names 2016 Teach of the Year

FRANKLINVILLE - Delsea Regional High School has announced the name of its 2016 Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Kim Kelly, 26-year-veteran, received the honor for her role as an educator as well as her devotion to students in several school programs and activities. Kelly holds numerous positions at the school such as cheerleading coach, long-term advisor to the National Honor Society, and treasurer for the Marching Band Booster Club. Kelly has also acted as class adviser twice in her career, once to the Class of 2007 and currently to the Class of 2016. The 2016 Teacher of the Year teaches a number of classes including Honors Algebra 2, Honors Calculus, and AP Statistics.
“Mrs. Kelly was born to teach! She has created a safe and nurturing environment where all students feel supported and are treated with the utmost respect,” said Paul Berardelli, Principal of Delsea Regional High School. “The students are challenged from day one to perform to the best of their abilities through instruction that requires higher-level thinking skills. Kim infuses the latest technology into her lessons to enhance her curriculum and to communicate with her learning community.”
Kelly’s professional accomplishments include a degree in Math from Glassboro State College as well as a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Wilmington University. Kelly resides in Franklinville with her husband Jim and son Jimmy, who is currently a Delsea Regional High School senior. Kim also has two adult daughters, Robin and Veronica, both of whom are Delsea alumni.
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