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CCSD Teachers Serve as 2018 Advanced Placement (AP) Readers

Posted On: Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Seventeen Cherokee County School District teachers recently were selected to serve as 2018 Advanced Placement (AP) Readers!

Each June, top AP teachers and college faculty members from around the world meet to evaluate and score the free-response sections of the College Board’s AP Exams, which high-performing high school students take to earn college credit.  During these sessions held across the country, more than 12,500 AP Readers evaluate more than 4.2 million AP Exams.  Academic dialogue between educators is both fostered and encouraged during the Reading.

The CCSD teachers selected for the 2018 Reading events were:

Etowah HS

Heather Barton: AP English Language & Composition

Brian Heglund: AP Physics 1

Lara McDonald: AP Environmental Science

John Murnan: AP Biology

Rebecca Schwartz: AP U.S. History

Kristy Szpindor: AP World History

Mike Vacca: AP Computer Science


River Ridge HS

Tracye Bulger: AP English Language & Composition

Keith Hooper: AP Spanish Language & Culture

Trevor Register: AP Physics

Jason Taylor: AP U.S. History


Woodstock HS

Allen Domenico: AP Human Geography

Steve Epperson: AP Physics 1

Maria Gogarty: AP Spanish Language (Question Leader)

Loretta Muise: AP Calculus

Joshua Sailers: AP European History

James Sanchez: AP Psychology


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