Walter Horn Awards

Walter Horn Award Nominations for 2022-23

Congratulations to all educator and student nominations for the 2022-23 Walter Horn Awards!

Outstanding Educator Nominations:

Jennifer RestlyChardon Local Schools
Ann Colaneri, Courtney Schuster, Amy Phelps, and Shelby Seibert
Madison Local Schools
Sara EskinsMentor Public Schools
Stacy LylesPainesville City Local Schools
Katie Terman and Elizabeth Goodge
Riverside Local Schools
Alyssa LunkaWest Geauga Local Schools
Sherri KonciljaWickliffe City Schools
Shari Thompson, Natasha Freidt, Susie Stusek, and Kim TylickiWilloughby-Eastlake City Schools

Outstanding Student Nominations:

Delaney HaganChardon Local Schools
Jeffrey Smith, Liam Schmitt, Angel Gephart, and Sam CaruthersMadison Local Schools
George Bagnall Jr. and Trystan RussellPainesville City Local Schools
Owen LynchPerry Local Schools
Colin JacksonRiverside Local Schools
Martina MahoneyWest Geauga Local Schools
Adrian AgostoWickliffe City Schools
Isaiah FinneyWilloughby-Eastlake City Schools

The History of the Walter Horn Awards

Raymond A. Horn
Outstanding Achievement Award

Named in honor of the late Dr. Raymond A. Horn, Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction Emeritus, this prestigious award recognizes students’ remarkable performance. Acknowledged as a national leader in the field of special education, Dr. Horn devoted more than 60 years of service to improving the quality of life and learning for students with disabilities. Dr. Horn left behind a legacy and a challenge to all to ensure that every student with a disability be given the respect and the opportunities to which they are entitled.

Franklin B. Walter
Outstanding Educator Award

Named in honor of the late Dr. Franklin B. Walter, Superintendent of Public Instruction from 1977 until 1991, a post held longer than any other state superintendent in Ohio’s history. With over 50 years of service as a teacher and administrator, Dr. Walter’s leadership is evident in many of Ohio’s quality educational initiatives and programs. Among these is the development of the nation’s first statewide plan for children with disabilities.

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