Two Shakopee Educators Up for Let's Dish Teacher of the Year Award

Mary Berg, a 2nd grade teacher at Sun Path, and Bryanna Meyer, a speech teacher at Pearson and East Junior High, are in the running for the Let's Dish Teacher of the Year award.

Two Shakopee teachers have been nominated for the Let's Dish Teacher of the Year award.

You can vote for your favorite teacher through April 30 by selecting "Eden Prairie" on the drop-down menu at the Let's Dish website.

Mary Berg, Sun Path, Shakopee, 2nd Grade
Mary is a great teacher! She is sensitive, fun, and caring with the kids. She goes above and beyond to ensure each child feels special and confident in their learning level and adapts her teaching material to address each child’s style. She holds monthly book club meetings over her lunch hour to make reading fun for the kids and they all really look forward to it!
Bryanna Meyer, Pearson and East Junior High, Shakopee, Speech
Bryanna is a dedicated, hard-working speech language pathologist. She enjoys working with students with special needs and is learning to use an ipad to enrich her student’s learning experience. She travels between two schools and is flexible in accommodating the schedule of students and parents in order to meet with them in person. She is willing to take on other responsibilities at the schools in order to make a day run smoothly for everyone and is well liked by all students and staff!

The Let’s Dish program allows parents to nominate a deserving teacher. Then, residents vote for their favorite teacher online. In 2012, according to Let’s Dish, 260 teachers were nominated and 14,000 people voted. Let's Dish has six locations in Minnesota—including one in Eden Prairie—where customers can come and prepare meals to freeze and eat at home.

A winning teacher will be selected for each of Let's Dish's Minnesota locations. You can vote now on the Let's Dish website. Winners will be announced in early May.

The top vote-getters will receive eight meal sessions at Let’s Dish.


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