Parlin School science teacher Katelyn Crossley has been recognized as a STEM Teacher MVP by iRobot and the Boston Red Sox. With her husband, Steve, and their children, Declan and Macie, by her side, Mrs. Crossley was honored before the Red Sox-Blue Jays game on Tuesday, July 16 at Fenway Park. As you might expect, it was an unforgettable experience for the Crossley family.
The Everett Public Schools extends its sincerest congratulations to Mrs. Crossley for her dedication to her students and our school district, and for the vital role she plays in enhancing and expanding our efforts in the STEM areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
What makes the STEM Teacher MVP honor extra special is that the nominations are submitted by students. As stated on the certificate Mrs. Crossley received Tuesday night: “Your students chose you as an outstanding STEM teacher. Your creativity, skill, caring and enthusiasm are an example of all! We hope you continue to inspire your students to enter and explore the STEM fields.”