Alison Moore, a teacher at the New Albany-Union County School of Career & Technical Education, has been named “Teacher of the Year” for the New Albany School District. Moore has worked in the New Albany Schools for eleven years, having taught Business & Computer Technology.
Moore’s colleagues describe her a teacher who loves what she teaches and whose students thoroughly enjoy her class. “The students are fortunate to have great teachers such as Mrs. Moore who truly care about them and help to prepare them for the future,” said Kimberly Langley, Childcare Instructor at the School of Career and Technical Education.
Moore graduated from Mississippi State University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Technology Teacher Education. She received her Master of Science in Technology from Mississippi State in 2000. Moore is a National Board Certified Teacher.
A New Albany native, Alison is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ivy. She is married to Lance Moore and they have three children, Maggie, Jake, and Elizabeth. Mrs. Moore will enter competition for State Teacher of the Year that will be announced this coming summer.
Other teachers selected as Teacher of the Year for the individual schools in the New Albany School District are: Joan Nanny, New Albany Elementary; Ranita Callicutt, New Albany Middle School and Alicia Robinson, New Albany High School.