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Stephanie Winslow Is GeekWire STEM Educator of the Year!

Stephanie Winslow is GeekWire STEM Educator of the Year!

The much-anticipated GeekWire Awards celebrated the top innovators, entrepreneurs, technology leaders, and teachers in the Pacific Northwest live from the Showbox SoDo in Seattle on May 12, 2022. 

Congratulations to Stephanie Winslow for winning STEM Educator of the Year at this year's GeekWire Awards Night! We are so proud of her and appreciate everything she brings to SKHS every day!

Stephanie Winslow is GeekWire STEM Educator of the Year!

Stephanie Winslow is a teacher of AP environmental science, astronomy and earth science classes, and an advisor for STEM Club and the Link Crew leadership program at South Kitsap High School. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota)

Ms. Winslow is one of South Kitsap School District’s strongest educators. She exhibits true passion and is always striving to grow. Stephanie is a true student advocate and focuses on supporting learning and planning beyond high school. She uses student data to help identify areas in which students need differentiation and extra supports to be successful. She believes every student is capable and she provides support while teaching students to advocate for themselves. Ms. Winslow is a Link Crew Advisor, focusing on the betterment of the overall school culture and supports integration of all students.

Ms. Winslow is dedicated to encouraging and recruiting students to dive into STEM. Diversity is evident in her classroom and encouragement can be seen on every wall. She works to inform all students of STEM opportunities, continually showcases student work, and participates in community events. She brings students that equally represent genders, races, and disabilities to display their success and to encourage others. Mrs. Winslow is a prime example of the SK Way!

If you missed the 2022 GeekWire Awards, you can watch it virtually here or check out our full coverage of the 2022 GeekWire Awards here.


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