Mrs. Lamb Named Lower School Teacher of the Year

This year’s Lower School Teacher of the Year award winner is first-grade teacher Mrs. Lamb. Mrs. Lamb is a pillar of love and strength, widely admired by her students, their families, and colleagues. She teaches excellently by gently nurturing each student to their fullest potential academically and socially. She is also an example to her fellow teachers, who even coined the phrase, “What would Mrs. Lamb do?” when faced with a challenge. It is impossible to measure Mrs. Lamb’s impact on the ACA community; however, these excerpts of nominations from parents and colleagues will give insight into how invaluable she is to ACA. 

  • Mrs. Lamb is the warmest faculty member I know and ACA is FULL of warm people, so that is saying a lot. She is patient and continuously goes above and beyond to meet the needs of her students. She not only pours into her students but into their parents and caregivers as well.
  • She teaches her students with generosity and love, guiding them as well as admonishing them, not just in educational instruction but also in shaping and forming the children’s character and humanity. 
  • She is blessed with an innate ability to warmly embrace her students and make everyone feel special. She’s organized, direct, on point, fun, and should be an example to all teachers. 
  • She has fostered our daughter’s passions, supported her through her struggles, both academic and personal, and always been a caring, compassionate touchstone for our sensitive child. She is kind, warm, and a tremendous educator, helping our unenthusiastic readers become confident students!
  • I have no doubt that my daughter will remember Mrs. Lamb for the rest of her life.