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Master Chief Lambert Wins Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching

posted May 16, 2016, 6:04 AM by   [ updated Jan 4, 2017, 9:04 AM by Yvette Perez ]
Uvalde C.I.S.D. is very proud to announce Uvalde High School Secondary District Teacher of the Year Master Chief Lambert has been named the 2015-2016 Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching recipient! Master Chief Lambert demonstrates a passion for our students in the countless acts of support, guidance, compassion, and commitment. Please join us in congratulating Master Chief Lambert in receiving the prestigious award of the 2015-2016 Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching.

This prestigious event took place on Friday, April 29th, at Trinity University with a total of 19 area top teachers vying for the 2015-2016 Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Information from San Antonio Express…...Calvin W. Lambert, senior Naval science instructor at Uvalde High School, won the 35th annual Trinity Prize, sponsored by Trinity University and H-E-B. A panel of community leaders chose the pair from among 19 finalists, nominated by their schools or districts in the Bexar County area. The top winners received $2,500 and a plaque, while all the finalists received $1,500 and a crystal apple. Master Chief has served 26 years in the U.S. Navy, earning a degree from Southern Illinois University. He accepted his award Friday in uniform, with an entourage of Uvalde High School junior ROTC cadets chanting “Hooyah.” In addition to drill work, Lambert said his 112 cadets this school year completed more than 4,000 community service hours. Below is the link for the full article and more pictures.

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