New Richmond teacher honored with ‘Ohio Teacher of the Year’ award | #teacher | #children | #kids



The Ohio State Board of Education recently held a recognition ceremony for the Ohio 2023 Teachers of the Year. Included in this year’s winners, was New Richmond Middle School Social Studies Teacher Adam Moler.“I’m proud to be a part of the New Richmond community and proud to represent New Richmond Middle School,” Moler said. “It’s truly an honor to work alongside so many dedicated, caring, and innovative teachers.”Moler learned earlier this year of his selection as Teacher of the Year for District 5. Superintendent Tracey Miller praised Moler for his ability to bring the subject of social studies to life for his students and keep them actively engaged throughout the entire lesson. “I give Adam Moler the highest compliment I can give a teacher: I would want my own children to be in his class,” Miller said. “New Richmond is a better district because he teaches here.”Consideration for Teacher of the Year begins with a nomination. Moler was nominated by Dr. Scott Petri who is a social studies teacher at John F. Kennedy High School.The pair began collaborating, through Zoom, two years ago when they wrote the book, EduProtocols: Social Studies Edition Field Guide. “When I first received the news I thought of a sign on my classroom wall that states, ‘I want you to feel valued, supported, and empowered.’ It’s my hope that students can experience these every day as we learn together,” Moler said.

The Ohio State Board of Education recently held a recognition ceremony for the Ohio 2023 Teachers of the Year.

Included in this year’s winners, was New Richmond Middle School Social Studies Teacher Adam Moler.

“I’m proud to be a part of the New Richmond community and proud to represent New Richmond Middle School,” Moler said. “It’s truly an honor to work alongside so many dedicated, caring, and innovative teachers.”

Moler learned earlier this year of his selection as Teacher of the Year for District 5.

Superintendent Tracey Miller praised Moler for his ability to bring the subject of social studies to life for his students and keep them actively engaged throughout the entire lesson.

“I give Adam Moler the highest compliment I can give a teacher: I would want my own children to be in his class,” Miller said. “New Richmond is a better district because he teaches here.”

Consideration for Teacher of the Year begins with a nomination. Moler was nominated by Dr. Scott Petri who is a social studies teacher at John F. Kennedy High School.

The pair began collaborating, through Zoom, two years ago when they wrote the book, EduProtocols: Social Studies Edition Field Guide.

“When I first received the news I thought of a sign on my classroom wall that states, ‘I want you to feel valued, supported, and empowered.’ It’s my hope that students can experience these every day as we learn together,” Moler said.

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