Two educators named 2020 teacher of the year region representatives

June 25, 2020

Millsap Elementary School music teacher Ashley Stouffer was selected as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s Elementary Teacher of the Year. She will be honored Aug. 3 at the Region 4 Education Service Center Teachers of the Year Ceremony.
Millsap Elementary School music teacher Ashley Stouffer was selected as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s Elementary Teacher of the Year. She will be honored Aug. 3 at the Region 4 Education Service Center Teachers of the Year Ceremony.

June 25, 2020—Millsap Elementary School music teacher Ashley Stouffer and Bridgeland High School world geography teacher and assistant baseball coach Cody Weatherly were selected as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s teachers of the year and will represent the district at regional and statewide competitions for top teaching honors.  

Both Stouffer and Weatherly were selected as the Teacher of the Year at their respective campuses. CFISD’s annual Teacher of the Year ceremony was canceled due to COVID-19.

Stouffer was chosen as the CFISD Elementary Teacher of the Year.

“I’m overjoyed and incredibly thankful for the opportunity to represent Millsap Elementary and CFISD,” Stouffer said. “Music has the power to connect, heal and inspire. I am lucky to work in a district that encourages me to use that power to make children feel seen, heard and valued.”

Bridgeland High School world geography teacher and assistant baseball coach Cody Weatherly was selected as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s Secondary Teacher of the Year. He will be honored Aug. 3 at the Region 4 Education Service Center Teachers of the Year Ceremony.
Bridgeland High School world geography teacher and assistant baseball coach Cody Weatherly was selected as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s Secondary Teacher of the Year. He will be honored Aug. 3 at the Region 4 Education Service Center Teachers of the Year Ceremony.

Weatherly was chosen as the CFISD Secondary Teacher of the Year.

“Teachers are a reflection of the leadership and support of their district, campus and community,” Weatherly said. “I consider it a privilege to serve in one of the state’s leading districts and an honor to work with the students in our amazing community.”

Stouffer and Weatherly will be honored Aug. 3 at the Region 4 Education Service Center Teachers of the Year Ceremony, but the date of the ceremony could change due to the fluidity of COVID-19. Stouffer and Weatherly will be candidates for Region 4 Teacher of the Year. Six finalists are chosen from the 40 regional winners and a Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year and Texas Secondary Teacher of the Year are selected. One is then chosen to represent Texas in the National Teacher of the Year program.

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