The Florida Society Sons of the American Revolution (FLSSAR) has named Michelle Hubenschmidt “Teacher of the Year.” The Mulberry High American History educator is being honored by the organization for doing an outstanding job in her role as a history teacher. She now moves on to represent the state of Florida in the national competition for the Tom and Betty Lawrence American History Teacher of the Year Award, sponsored by The National Society Sons of the American Revolution.
Ms. Hubenschmidt is an innovative teacher who brings history to life. Her teaching methods engage students and makes learning exciting. She’s also developed a highly effective curriculum for the school and the District that’s been instrumental in assuring students master the subject matter and perform well on tests.
When speaking of Ms. Hubenschmidt, Mulberry Principal Patricia Barnes says “She is an amazing educator who goes beyond what’s expected of her to make history relevant to students. For her the mistakes of the past, can teach today’s students valuable lessons. She’s extremely passionate about American History and is always striving to achieve the next level when it comes to inspiring students to learn.”
Michelle Hubenschmidt holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from University of Michigan, a Master of Arts in Education from the University of Michigan, a Master of Arts in Education from Cambridge College and a Master of Arts in History and Government from Ashland University. She is sponsored by the Lakeland Chapter of the FLSSAR.