WHS Teacher Receives 2023 Excellence in Teaching Award
Dr. Amy E. Romanowski is a teacher of French, a department chair, an instructional coach, and a building-instructional team leader at Westminster High School. She has taught French at all levels, from elementary to doctoral students, and she believes that access to world language study and biliteracy is a fundamental right of all children.
The Excellence in Teaching Award is designated for any world language teacher who shows outstanding performance within the classroom and exceptional investment in program growth. The distinction is given by the Southwest Conference on Language Teaching, which is a regional chapter of the National organization, ACTFL. SWCOLT represents 9 states, and Dr. Romanowski competed against teachers from each of them.
Watch the personal profile video above to learn more about what drives Dr. Romanowski’s passion for teaching.