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2018-19 Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to our 2018-19 Teachers of the Year!

Lesley Scott
Diboll Primary School
Mrs. Scott is a 2005 Diboll High School graduate. She is the proudest member of the Fighting Texas Aggie Class of 2010. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. She has been teaching at Diboll ISD for nine years. She started her career teaching general education 1st grade. She went on to get certified to teach bilingual education and spent three years teaching Pre-K 3 students and has been teaching Pre-K 4 for six years. Mrs. Scott is passionate about fostering the development of her students’ home language and encouraging parents to be involved in their children’s education.
Tonya Calderon
HG Temple Elementary School 
Mrs. Calderon is a seventh year teacher at Diboll ISD. She graduated with honors from Diboll High School with the class of 2000. Mrs. Calderon knew from an early age she had a calling to be a teacher. After being a stay at home wife and mother she decided to began taking classes at Angelina College in 2007. She balanced school, waitressing, being a mom of two, and caring for a disabled spouse. In 2009 she received her Associates Degree in Arts in Teaching Elementary Education. She furthered her education at Stephen F. Austin State University where she graduated December 2011 with a Bachelor Degree of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. Currently she teaches Math/Science to two classes and she is the team leader for Kindergarten where she has taught for the last six years.
Lostra Burrow
HG Temple Intermediate School
Mrs. Burrow earned a Bachelor of Science in Vocational Home Economics from Lamar University. She taught the first seven years of her teaching career in Vocational Home Economics in the Rio Grande Valley and the next two years in Kennard in the same profession as well. While teaching in Kennard, Burrow was offered a position to teach sewing at Angelina College through the Community Services Division, where she still maintains today. When it was time for her youngest child to attend public school, Burrow made the decision to stay at home for a year. In 1995, Burrow was offered a teaching position in the Behavior Unit for Diboll lSD, which she accepted and worked there for three years. At the end of her time there, she accepted a teaching position in her first love, Vocational Home Economics, with Woodville ISD, where she stayed for one school year. Upon receiving that wonderful phone call from Mrs. Helen Cheshire that said, "Burrow, how about 4th grade Math? I think you would be an excellent fit for this position". Burrow said yes, and the rest is history. Burrow stayed in 4th grade math for seven years before being asked to move down to 3rd grade math. She spent three years in 3rd grade teaching math, when another opportunity arose for her to be the Math Interventionist for grades K-3 at Temple Elementary. Burrow remained in this position for two years until she was assigned back to 3rd grade math where she is presently teaching.
Stacie Davis
Diboll Jr. High School
Ms. Davis is a reading intervention teacher for students in sixth, seventh and eight grades at Diboll Jr High School. Ms Davis holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Stephen F. Austin State University, which she received in 1999. Ms. Davis has also taught first, third, fourth and fifth grades in her teaching career. She has been a teacher for twenty years with thirteen years at Diboll. Ms. Davis is the proud mother of two children, ages 21 and 16, who keep her busy with their various activities and hobbies. Her son was recently drafted by the New Orleans Saints, after graduation from Texas A&M University in December 2018. Her daughter is finishing her junior year in high school, and she is looking forward to her early graduation in December of 2019. In her spare time, Ms.Davis enjoys spending time with her children, working at the Boys and Girls Club, and reading.
Christina Duncan
Diboll High School
Mrs. Duncan has been an educator for nine years, four of those years at Diboll High School. She graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a degree in Biology. Christina currently teaches Physics and Advanced Placement Biology. Her interests include reading, playing with her dog, Lady and traveling with her husband, Eric.