Alison Meloserdoff Recognized as one of LA County's Teachers of the Year

MONROVIA - Alison Meloserdoff, a distinguished educator from Wild Rose School of Creative Arts, has been named one of the 2023-24 Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE).

Her exceptional dedication to education and innovative teaching methods have earned her this prestigious recognition among the educators celebrated at the LACOE's 42nd Annual Teachers of the Year Awards banquet.

"I have only ever taught in Monrovia Unified School District," said Meloserdoff. "I am the educator that I am because of my mentors, my colleagues, and the students of Monrovia. So, to be named a teacher of the year for Los Angeles County is truly not only a personal accomplishment. This is also a reflection of the inspiring work Monrovia educators and students are doing. They are my teachers."

The LACOE Teacher of the Year Program is a significant accolade within the education community, showcasing educators who go above and beyond in shaping the future through teaching. Ms. Meloserdoff's achievement underscores the crucial role that passionate educators play in shaping young minds.

As she advances to represent Los Angeles County in the upcoming California Teachers of the Year competition, please help us congratulate Ms. Meloserdoff on this achievement!