2020 Award Recipients

FLAM recognizes and honors outstanding individuals for the contribution to foreign language education.

Distinguished Educator Award

Dr. Charity Stephens, Liberty High School, Liberty, MO

This prestigious award is presented each year to an outstanding Missouri educator who has significantly and positively impacted foreign language teaching and learning.  The honoree must possess a minimum of ten years teaching experience at the elementary, middle, secondary, or post-secondary level.  Read more...

Lifetime Achievement Award

Denise Pahl, Retired Spanish Teacher

FLAM’s highest award is presented to an outstanding Missouri teacher who has devoted his or her professional career to the improvement of foreign language learning. The honoree must be within two years of retirement or recently retired. The honoree must have a minimum of fifteen years teaching experience at the elementary, middle, secondary, or postsecondary level.   Read More...

Friend of Foreign Language Award

Andrew Williams, Orscheln Products

This prestigious award is to be presented to an individual or group from outside the foreign language teaching profession who has made significant contributions to the teaching and learning of foreign languages.   Read More...

Excellence in FL Study - High School

Annie McCord, Lee's Summit High School, Lee's Summit, MO

This prestigious award is awarded to a junior or senior secondary foreign language student who exhibits superior performance in the foreign language class. Read More...

Excellence in FL Study - Middle School

Eelise Riddle, Ladue Middle School, St. Louis, MO

This prestigious award is awarded to a middle school 5th to 8th grade foreign language student who exhibits superior performance in the foreign language class. Read More...

Grant Recipient

Jeff Loughary, Missouri State University, Springfield, MO

The purpose of the grant is to be used for the improvement of instruction, either for significant professional development, like conference attendance, or for innovative projects in the classroom. Assessment projects, such as the Seal of Biliteracy, will also be considered.  Read More...

Grant Recipient

Kim Fish, King City R-1, King City, MO

The purpose of the grant is to be used for the improvement of instruction, either for significant professional development, like conference attendance, or for innovative projects in the classroom. Assessment projects, such as the Seal of Biliteracy, will also be considered.  Read More...

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