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Hamilton High School’s Tiffany Hagey selected as B93.3’s Teacher of The Year

Ms. Hagey with studentsCongratulations to Alexander Hamilton High School teacher Tiffany Hagey who was selected as B93.3 FM’s Teacher of the Year.

Hagey qualified for the teacher of the year award after being selected as the station’s Teacher of the Month for April. Hagey competed against six other Milwaukee area educators for the station’s teacher of the year honor and won after receiving the most votes through on online poll conducted on the station’s website between May 6-23. Hagey received nearly 43 percent of 16,470 votes cast.

Hagey’s enthusiasm to help students succeed and active involvement at Hamilton were among the reasons she was selected as Teacher of the Month for April.

Hagey teaches freshman English at Hamilton and is an advisor to the student council, which organizes many events including homecoming, the annual Pink Outs at home basketball games and MS Walks.

Loribeth Chenault, a teacher at Hamilton who nominated Hagey for the Teacher of the Month Award for April wrote, “she is a tireless worker who enriches students lives and hosts the most amazing pep rallies.”

As B93.3 FM’s Teacher of the Teacher of the Year, Hagey will receive a two-night stay at Blue Harbor Resort and Conference Center with water park passes; four premium tickets to a Milwaukee Admirals hockey game during the 2016-17 season including one Zamboni ride; a $100 gift card from Stein’s Garden & Home; a $50 American Express gift card from The Vein Guys of Wisconsin; and a “B93.3 Teacher of the Year” plaque from Personalized Awards and Specialties of Mequon.


Earl Arms, Media Relations Manager

Shahree Douglas, Director Communications & Outreach

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