Upland Heights Teacher Named LCU Distinguished Educator

Upland Heights Elementary fourth grade teacher Linda Kittley has been selected as a distinguished educator and finalist for the Lubbock Christian University Award for Excellence in Teaching. This recognition honors those who exemplify outstanding performance in public education.

Each of the distinguished educators was nominated by area school superintendents for their commitment and passion for teaching and learning. Among the criteria for nomination was student performance, knowledge of subject matter, use of instructional resources and technology, leadership in the school and the school district, professional development and community service.

Since 2014, The Lubbock Christian University School of Education has partnered with The Knowledge Center to recognize and honor teachers and the teaching profession. The Community Foundation of West Texas and the CH Foundation have served as grant partners. A committee of community leaders will select the top two recipients. All finalists receive an engraved brass teacher hand bell and a cash award.