Del. teacher recognized as Educational Support Professional of the Year

SELBYVILLE, Del. – For the first time in the state of Delaware, a teacher has been recognized as the educational support professional of the year.

On Thursday, the Indian River School District recognized David Clark as the winner from a pool of 15 candidates. IRSD says Clark has taken on a leadership role during remote instruction through his innovative ideas and willingness to support staff and students.

We’re told the state of Delaware launched this recognition program in 2020 to recognize the exemplary efforts of school employees in a support position. He now moves on to compete for the 2021 Delaware State Educational Support Professional of the Year.

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