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Hickman, Tolbert recognized

PULASKI — Marva C. Hickman was named the “Teacher of the Year” for 2007-08 during the Pulaski County School Board’s most recent meeting.
Hickman, who is the vocal music instructor at Pulaski Middle School and has led the fine arts department there for 35 years, was also the “Teacher of the Month” for March 2008.
Hickman is a life-long resident of Pulaski County and is a graduate of Radford University with a B.S. and M.S. in music education.
Hickman was nominated by several of her colleagues and friends. Many of them commented on her significant service to the students of PMS through her superior knowledge of music and her genuine love for choral activities. Students of all abilities have been successful in her program.
Not only does Hickman teach quality lessons and activities for her middle school students, she is also the resident choir director at Randolph United Methodist Church.
Hickman routinely brings positive recognition to herself and Pulaski County as her students always compete favorably in regional and state competitions. A talented pianist and soloist herself, Hickman is an ideal role model for her students.
Hickman plans to retire at the end of this year. Her dedication and passion combined with her talents will be greatly missed by PMS’ students, staff and parents. Her career has brought great credit to herself and Pulaski County Public Schools.
As “Teacher of the Year,” Hickman will be presented with a $100 award to purchase instructional supplies.

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Hickman, Tolbert recognized

PULASKI — Marva C. Hickman was named the “Teacher of the Year” for 2007-08 during the Pulaski County School Board’s most recent meeting.
Hickman, who is the vocal music instructor at Pulaski Middle School and has led the fine arts department there for 35 years, was also the “Teacher of the Month” for March 2008.
Hickman is a life-long resident of Pulaski County and is a graduate of Radford University with a B.S. and M.S. in music education.
Hickman was nominated by several of her colleagues and friends. Many of them commented on her significant service to the students of PMS through her superior knowledge of music and her genuine love for choral activities. Students of all abilities have been successful in her program.
Not only does Hickman teach quality lessons and activities for her middle school students, she is also the resident choir director at Randolph United Methodist Church.
Hickman routinely brings positive recognition to herself and Pulaski County as her students always compete favorably in regional and state competitions. A talented pianist and soloist herself, Hickman is an ideal role model for her students.
Hickman plans to retire at the end of this year. Her dedication and passion combined with her talents will be greatly missed by PMS’ students, staff and parents. Her career has brought great credit to herself and Pulaski County Public Schools.
As “Teacher of the Year,” Hickman will be presented with a $100 award to purchase instructional supplies.

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