Sulphur Springs High School Library/Media Specialist Mindy Meador was recently selected as one of three finalists for the TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) Librarian/Media Specialist of the Year award for the 2019-2020 school year.
This award honors a librarian or media specialist who improves their library using technology; and collaborates with administrators, teachers, and students to support technology integration.
Mindy has been instrumental in the support of the campus 1:1 program as well as continuing to offer many unique opportunities for students and staff. Mindy looks for creative and innovative ways to use the library space and has proven to be a huge asset to the Sulphur Springs High School campus, Sulphur Springs ISD Assistant Superintendent Rusty Harden stated in an announcement Monday.
Nominations for this award open each fall and the winner is announced during a special evening ceremony during the annual TCEA Convention on Feb. 4, 2020, in Austin.
TCEA is a global, nonprofit, member-based educator organization of over 28,000 members. The annual convention draws over 10,000 attendees, vendors, and speakers each year