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Chris Brosky Named Teacher of The Year

On Wednesday, May 30, CHS forensics teacher Chris Brosky was named the 2018 Clarkston Foundation Teacher of the Year!

Mr. Brosky was announced as this year's winner at a reception honoring all 2018 Teacher of the Year nominees and finalists. Fourteen incredible teachers were nominated this year; seven of them were chosen as finalists and they each receive a $250 check to be used in their classroom(s). Mr. also receives the use of a Ford car or truck of his choice for the next year, thanks to The Suburban Collection/Suburban Ford of Waterford.

Congratulations to Chris and all of this year's Teacher of the Year nominees!


  • Kristine Butcher, Sashabaw Middle School
  • Angela Cooper, Sashabaw Middle School
  • Andrea Lockwood, Sashabaw Middle School
  • Monica Phillips, Sashabaw Middle School
  • Michael Greve, Clarkston Junior High School
  • Mark Magni, Clarkston Junior High School
  • Noah Sharrow, Clarkston Junior High School
  • Melissa Bridgman, Clarkston High School
  • Chris Brosky, Clarkston High School
  • Kyle Hughes, Clarkston High School
  • Matthew Klaver, Clarkston High School
  • Michael Olsen, Clarkston High School
  • Rachel Vickers, Clarkston High School
  • Suzanne Miller, Renaissance High School

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