LSC-O’s TOT Organization Elects New Officers for Spring 2012

TOT Spring 2012 Officers

Lamar State College-Orange’s Teachers of Tomorrow organization elected new officers for the spring 2012 semester. The Teachers of Tomorrow are one of the largest groups on campus with 32 members who are all education majors pursuing a profession in teaching. All new officers were elected for the spring term, save for President Mallory Horton who served in the same role last semester.

Horton also served two terms as vice president for TOT and one term as technology support assistant. She plans to complete her degree at Lamar University and go on to be a high school history teacher. She is a 2009 graduate of Deweyville High School and volunteers as a pre-kindergarten teacher at her church.

Elected as vice-president for the spring is Crystal Meacham, a 2009 graduate of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School. She also plans to earn her bachelor’s degree from Lamar University in elementary and special education. Elected as treasurer was Ashley Cunningham, a Teaching II major at LSC-O who plans to earn her bachelor’s degree from Lamar University and teach high school-level English classes. She is also a 2010 graduate from Little Cypress Mauriceville High School.

Brianna Sheffield was elected as TOT secretary and is a Teaching 1 major at LSC-O who plans to get her bachelor’s degree from Lamar University to teach kindergarten. She is a 2009 graduate from Warren High School. Kelsie Liebel, a 2011 graduate of Hardin-Jefferson High School, was elected as historian and also plans to earn her bachelor’s degree from Lamar University to teach first grade. The LSC-O Student Government Association representative for TOT is Jessica Berry, a general studies major at LSC-O who plans to earn her bachelor’s degree from Lamar University. She is a 2010 graduate of Starks High School.

The Teachers of Tomorrow sponsor is Dorraine Babcock, the Introduction to Teaching and Introduction to Special Populations instructor at LSC-O. TOT meets once a month and have activities planned on and off campus throughout the year. If any LSC-O education major would like to join the TOT organization, they may contact Babcock at (409) 882-3072.