Five Questions With: Charlene Tuttle

CHARLENE TUTTLE, a sixth-grade teacher at Lawn School in Jamestown, reacts to being named the 2019 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year during a surprise announcement by the R.I. Department of Education in May. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
In a surprise announcement hosted by the R.I. Department of Education in May, Charlene Tuttle was named the 2019 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year. Tuttle, who is a sixth-grade teacher at Lawn School in Jamestown, was honored for her use of hands-on learning methods. During the 2018-19 school year, Tuttle will transition to work…

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