Mrs. Brittany Battle is Hidden Valley's
2020-2021 Teacher of the Year!
Hidden Valley is proud to announce Mrs. Brittany Battle as the 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year!
Mrs. Brittany Battle has been teaching for nine years. Of those years she has taught both kindergarten and first grades. She is a native of Orangeburg, South Caroulina. She moved to Charlotte to attend Johnson C. Smith University where she earned her B.A. in Elementary Education. She then earned a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an Emphasis in Reading from Grand Canyon University. She enjoys teaching and adding excitement to learning. In her spare time, she loves spending time with family
As an invaluable member of our staff, teacher nominations included the following comments:
"Mrs. Battle is an advocate for the students. She is active in the school, leading many events and being a Cheerleading coach. She helps make Hidden Valley better!"
"I feel that Ms. Battle is a Teacher of the Year candidate because she is 1000000% "for the kids". Not only is she extremely dedicated to the students in her own classroom, but she goes out of her way to check on others and be a positive role model to many. She also is a great leader in our school and does a lot of things behind the scenes that not many people know about. She deserves Teacher of the Year!"
"She is an amazing person who is always ready to help when needed and not needed."
Congratulations to Mrs. Battle, Hidden Valley's Teacher of the Year!
Mr. Washington is Hidden Valley's
2020-2021 Teacher Assistant of the Year!
"Being born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina and having the opportunity to educate at Hidden Valley Elementary means a lot to current TA of the Year Mr. Washington. His claimto winning this award is predicated more on the amazing culture that the staff at Hidden Valley has cultivated. He is very happy to be considered an integral part of what happens at Hidden Valley every day. Having the opportunity to work with the future change makers of Charlotte and instilling in them the importance of hard work, dedication, art, and civic engagement is one of his greatest joys. As most educators will tell you, he believes he learns more from them than they do from him."