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Nominations are accepted year-round.

The nomination
deadline for the fall ceremony is
June 15 of each year.

STEP 1 - Complete the verification form to ensure the nominee is eligible for the program. 

How to submit form online -  Download the form, open the file on your computer, complete the application, and then click on the Submit button.

Once you receive verification, you can complete step two.

STEP 2 - Complete the nominee application and submit online. 

How to submit form online -  Download the form, open the file on your computer, complete the application, and then click on the Submit button.

PLEASE NOTE - Letters of Support/Recognition may be emailed, mailed, or hand delivered to 1100 Main Street, Perry, GA 31069.

About The Teacher Hall of Fame
The purpose of the Houston County Teacher Hall of Fame is to honor extraordinary classroom teachers who have made a significant difference in the lives of their students. Nominees must have maintained exemplary standards of behavior and ethics, exhibited leadership, been enthusiastic about teaching and learning, demonstrated competency in their subject matter, worked well with colleagues and administrators, and consistently sought to encourage, inspire and motivate students toward greater accomplishment.
Criteria used to select Hall of Fame members include:
  • Retired;
  • 20 years of classroom experience in Houston County
  • degrees held;
  • proof of quality teaching;
  • significant contributions to student success; and
  • involvement outside of the classroom, such as a sponsor of extracurricular activities.
Committee Members
  • Dr. Mark Scott, Superintendent of Schools
  • Dr. Robin Hines, former Superintendent
  • David Carpenter, former Superintendent
  • Danny Carpenter, former Superintendent
  • Thomas "Boot" Hunt, Perry High Class of 1959
  • Linda Horne, former Assistant Superintendent for School Operations
  • Beth McLaughlin, Warner Robins High graduate & district Director of Community & School Affairs