Rochester Teachers Care
Rochester Teachers Care is in our 4th year of an initiative to highlight the terrific work that Rochester teachers do every day and to educate the public about the exciting learning opportunities in our public schools. The project will highlight exemplary work and dedication of our colleagues in service to our students. The RTA will release a professionally produced brief video highlighting the work of individual teachers, groups of colleagues, or entire Rochester schools. Supported by a generous grant from our state union, the New York State United Teachers (NYSUT), we are working on this exciting project with former local newscaster Robin DeWind and photo-journalist Chris Coffey.
Below are the videos from this school year. To see past videos from others years click on the links below.
To nominate yourself, another colleague or a group of colleagues who are doing something special as a RCSD teacher please email Aimee Rinere or Matt Lavonas . You can also call us at the RTA (585 546 2681).
This Rochester Teachers Care video highlights Kari McCree and how she builds the mentor relationship with her students at School #12.
This video focuses on Robert Newell from Edison and how he provides his students opportunities and options for a brighter future.
This special Rochester Teachers Care video highlights the joint work of the RTA Social Justice and RTA Action Committees to provide support and relief to people who have been impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
This Rochester Teachers Care video highlights Jordan Addison and how he is helping his students at School #22 learn self control and focus on becoming better students and better people.
This Rochester Teachers Care video highlights Colleen Brind’Amour as she gives her students real world experience through Project Search.
his Rochester Teachers Care video highlights Michelle Coccia at SOTA as she builds trust and self esteem with her students and helps them excel both personally and academically.
This Rochester Teachers Care video highlights Davin Reddington and how he makes connections with his students and provides opportunities through the Outdoor Club.