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“Mary Hoffman” Award of Excellence


This award recognizes teaching excellence of Illinois Music Educators. The Nominee:


1. Must be an IMEA member in good standing 2. Must have taught for at least 10 years 3. Must be a current music educator from any level in a school, college, and/or university in Illinois


4. Must have demonstrated continued teaching excellence 1. Current vitae, including education and employment record.


“Mary Hoffman” Award of Excellence Nomination Form


Date of submission _____/_____/_____


Nominee ______________________________________ Position ______________________________________ Name of School ________________________________ Address ______________________________________ City _______________ State ____ Zip __________


Phone _________________ Fax _________________ E-mail ______________________________________ Number of Years Taught _______________


Nominator ______________________________________ Nominator NAfME Membership Number _______________ Address ______________________________________ City ______________ State ____ Zip ___________ ) ___________ Fax (


Phone (


2. Summary of achievements, contributions, or service which qualifies the nominee for this award.


3. Three to five letters in support of the nomination are expected.


NOTE: The nominator should collect all the information and send the complete package to the Awards Chair by the third Friday in October annually (October 21, 2011). Incomplete nominations may not be considered.


Distinguished Service Award Nomination Form


Date of submission _____/_____/_____


Nominee ______________________________________ Position ______________________________________ Address ______________________________________ City _______________ State ____ Zip __________


Business/School Address ______________________________________


) ___________


E-mail ______________________________________ Relationship to Nominee ________________________


RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS ON A SEPARATE SHEET:


1. In what ways has the nominee demonstrated continued teaching excellence and the basic characteristics of an outstanding music educator?


2. How does the nominee demonstrate an interest in the TOTAL music education program?


3. Please submit a resume of the nominee.


4. Please submit other supporting material from the nominee or a family member.


5. Three to five letters in support of the nomination are expected.


NOTE: The nominator should submit all the information required and send to the Awards Chair by the third Friday in October annu- ally (October 21, 2011).


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________________________________________________ Nominator’s Signature


Phone (


City _______________ State ____ Zip __________ ) _______________


Email ________________________


Nominator ______________________________________ Nominator NAfME Membership Number _______________ Title ______________________________________


Address ______________________________________ City _______________ State ____ Zip __________ ) _______________


Phone ( Email ________________________


Distinguished Service Award


Awarded to a person “who has clearly given very special service to IMEA or to the goals and purposes of IMEA.” The recipient is “clearly recognizable Statewide, and the service for which the Award is given, represents a long-range commitment that, in every way, can be considered extraordinary and distinguished.”


Required supporting materials:


Illinois Music Educator | Volume 72 Number 1


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