Fabria Brower

Myers was highlighted for her effort to communicate the importance of learning to her students.

Teresa Myers

“Mrs. Myers communicates the importance of learning so all students are encouraged to give their best effort. She uses positive reinforcements with a caring demeanor in her daily interactions,” said Tyrone High School Principal Chad Packer. 

Eagle Eye: What does working within Tyrone school district mean to you?

Teresa Myers: It means the world to me. I was born in Tyrone, then moved away, but my heart has always been here.  Most of my family lives in the area, so this is where my roots are.

EE: How have you gone above and beyond to help your students? 

TM: I think students would say I go out of my way to listen to them so that I can understand what they are going through.

EE: What is your favorite thing about working with students?

TM: Getting to know each student for who they are and what their strengths and weaknesses are help me to encourage them to be the best they can be.

EE: What is the most important part of your job?

TM: Helping students get through 9th grade.

EE: How can other teachers be an inspiration to their students and other members of the community, either within or outside the school?

TM: Just be flexible. 

EE: Who inspired you to become the teacher or staff member you are? 

TM: I’m not sure it was any one person. I work with a team of extraordinary people. I draw my strength from everyone.

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