Robinson School is thankful for its faculty of dedicated, highly-skilled, and innovative teachers who work each and every day to challenge and develop our students academically. More than that, these teachers work hard to transform Robinson students into engaged and effective global citizens who are vital to our progress as a nation and our leadership role on the world stage.
Please join us in congratulating the Robinson School nominees for the 2017 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. Robinson students and our entire community have all benefited from the ways in which these enthusiastic, dynamic, and creative educators open students’ eyes to the world through new educational experiences and set them on their future paths.
Myriam E. Medina Miranda
Miriam Medina is the Robinson School Science Department Head. She has been a dynamic member of the Robinson School community for almost 19 years. She teaches Biology, Physical Science and Integrated Sciencesin our Middle School, at a time when students begin defining their future aspirations. She shares her extensive background in science education and passion for teaching with students and peers alike through her work with the Science Teachers’ Collaborative Forum.
Jessica Hartman has been an active member of the Robinson community for 16 years as an Upper School Science teacher and much more. Her area of expertise is Biology, a passion for which she shares with students as she educates and guides them through AP Biology, College Biology, and Aquaponics/Gardening courses. Mrs. Hartman plays an integral role in preparing students for college-level science study and creates opportunities for students to delve into explorations of science beyond the classroom.
Adam Myers celebrates five years as a teacher of the Robinson School Math and Science Departments at the Upper School/Middle School levels. Mr. Myers shares his rigorous background in Chemical Engineering with students to instruct and guide them through a variety of high-level math and science classes. Mr. Myers teaches Calculus, Physics, Algebra 2 and Intro to College Chemistry. He also plays the role of coach and mentor of the Robinson School Robotics Team.
Hildelisa Crespo is the Upper School Mathematics Department Head. She has been teaching at Robinson School for four years, educating and inspiring every student she teaches. Mrs. Crespo specializes in Upper School Mathematics. Currently, she teaches Pre-Calculus, College Algebra, Algebra 1 and Pre-Algebra. Teaching is truly her passion and vocation, and you can often find Mrs. Crespo at work supporting students before and after school in their study of Mathematics.