Jake’s Del Mar announces Educator of the Month honorees

Jake’s Del Mar recently announced its Educator of the Month honorees.

Jake’s Educator of the Month program, established in 1990, recognizes outstanding educators and faculty from schools in the North County communities of Del Mar, Carmel Valley and Solana Beach. Each winner receives a $40 gift certificate to dine at Jake’s Del Mar.

These honorees include: Lauren Markarian, Gerardo Hernandez, Kristen Co (Ashley Falls School), Wendy Wojtkowski, Zoylo ‘Junior’ Lopez, Adriana Riley (Carmel Del Mar School), Gail Morgan, Greg Jordan, Donna Kuriyama (Del Mar Heights School), Allison Warren, Jenna Ellis, Michelle Beeson (Del Mar Hills Academy of Arts and Sciences), Meredith Gleason, Lori Smiley, Kelly Hadland (Ocean Air School),  Giovanna Caralline, Tara Mariani, Dan Dahl (Sage Canyon School), Erin Zoumaras, Juan Rios, Jodi Neilson (Sycamore Ridge), Susie Hopper, Cathy Brizes, Rebekah Canavan (Torrey Hills School), Lauren Barnecut, Kevin Donohue, Susan Deely (Notre Dame Academy), Stacey Flory, Judy Tillyard, Mike Campbell (Skyline School), Snawntanet Jara , Dan Cain, Shannon Salic (Solana Vista School), Jennene Johnsen, Robert Matlock, Polly Bilger (Solana Pacific School),  Felicity Smith, Kristen Oliver (Solana Highlands School),  Jennifer Lottus, Mike Godebu, Tami Austin (Earl Warren Middle School), Sharon St. Gean, Mary Braun, Laura Pierson (Santa Fe Christian School), Laura Millerick, Elizabeth Armao, Andi Medley (St. James Academy), Nina Kim, Allison Menconi, Krista Mullen (Tri City Christian) and Cindy Switzler, Deb Heyer (Ada Harris Elementary).

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