CTE teacher at Eastmont Middle School was given the “New CTE Teacher” award by the Utah Association of Teachers of Family & Consumer Sciences
Known for her passion for the profession and her commitment to students, Natalie Hancock has been honored with the New CTE Teacher Award from the Utah Association of Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences, a division of the Utah Association of Career & Technical Education. The Jordan High teacher serves on statewide committees, and is credited for sparking students’ imagination and continually boosting enrollment in her classes at Eastmont Middle School. Ms. Hancock infuses her lessons with technology, and works to enhance naturally occurring math and science principles in her curriculum, be they in foods lessons or CTE introductory classes. She adjusts lessons to ensure success for all students, be they in accelerated programs or receiving special education services. She received the award in June 2011 at the FACS summer conference at Brigham Young University.