Taylorsville High teacher named latest ‘Most Valuable Educator’ by Utah Jazz, Instructure
SALT LAKE CITY — Rio Polidori, a CTE teacher at Taylorsville High School, was named the latest “Most Valuable Educator” by the Utah Jazz and Instructure.
Polidori was honored at Tuesday’s game at Vivint Arena after she received nine nominations.
One nomination said Polidori “has inspired me to invest in real estate and make something so small into something big.” Another said, “she has kept me motivated to keep coming to school.”
Polidori received a $1,000 classroom grant from Instructure, parent company of Canvas, and a personalized jersey at Tuesday’s game.
Other “MVEs” include teachers from the Alpine and Nebo school districts.
Members of the public can nominate anyone in the local community, including students, parents, peer educators, principals, administrators and college deans, as an MVE. Nominators will be asked to answer, “How does this educator inspire students, spark curiosity and support student growth and achievement?”
Submit your nomination here.
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