High School Social Studies Teacher Earns Regional Honor

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Amityville Memorial High School social studies teacher Margot Howard was recognized by the Long Island Council for the Social Studies with the Robert P. Flinn Award. It is presented to a non-tenured social studies teacher on Long Island who has demonstrated strong knowledge of social studies content and current issues, is effective and inspiring, and has the ability to convey the importance and vitality of social studies to students. 

Ms. Howard has taught at the high school for four years, including global history and Advanced Placement human geography. Joining her at the awards ceremony were Assistant Principal Brian Suckle and Social Studies Chairwoman Dawn Mizrachi.