WARSAW — On Jan. 11, the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) recognized Edgewood Middle School Teacher Abbi Richcreek.
Richcreek was recognized for outstanding performance, leadership, and accomplishments in the field of technology and engineering education. This honor is bestowed by a committee of expert peer reviewers who determined that Richcreek had earned one of the highest honors of achievement granted.
This honor, known as the Distinguished Technology and Engineering Professional (DTE) designation is based upon documented evidence of leadership/management skills, continuing participation in association education programs, and demonstration of leadership in association, community, and personal activities. The DTE professional program acknowledges the essential principles of adult learning and incorporates both recognition and credit for the work experiences and accomplishments earned. This honor is a mark of distinction that is reflective of Richcreek’s success as an Engineering/Technology and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) educator at Edgewood.
Warsaw Community Schools would like to thank Richcreek for her investment in students; she has proven abilities to inspire, engage and lead learners toward their future. Richcreek will receive her recognition at the Teacher Excellence General Session of the ITEEA conference in Orlando, Fla., on Friday, March 11.