Alexandra Scott, a Parkview High School teacher, has been named the Georgia Art Education Association’s (GAEA) 2018 Educator of the Year. The award is given to a member who represents the highest standards of the organization in teaching and service. Scott previously won GAEA’s Secondary Educator of the Year, presented at numerous state and national conferences, and served as the Secondary Division Representative on GAEA’s board.
Parkview High School Principal David Smith says Scott is a caring educator who constantly looks for ways to showcase student work. “Alexandra is an outstanding teacher who is passionate about art,’ Smith said. “She certainly goes above and beyond for her students and is very deserving of this recognition.”
The GAEA is a professional organization of art educators in Georgia affiliated with the National Art Education Association. Its mission is to advocate for the highest quality visual arts education and provide for the advancement of knowledge through service, leadership and research.