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Outstanding borough educators received an “A” for “awesome” when state Senator Marty Golden held his annual “Teacher of the Year” awards ceremony at the Bay Ridge Manor.

Golden, who is a member of the Senate Education Committee, presented recipients with certificates of commendation at the catering hall, 476 76th Street, during the tribute program for educators in Districts 20, 21 and 22.

The honorees were: Suzanne DeRosa and Sharon Cameron, PS 48, 6015 18th Avenue; Anila Fung-wu, PS 69, Public School 69, 6302 9th Avenue; Lori Buchbinder, PS 100, 2951 West 3rd Street; Cynthia Willie, PS 102, 211 72nd Street; Lois Franco, PS/IS 104, 9115 5th Avenue; Anita Berger, PS 105, 1031 59th Street; Irene Gaglio, PS 127, 7805 7th Avenue; Diana DiMatteo-Barbagallo, PS 160, 5105 Fort Hamilton Parkway; Jeannette Vargas, PS 176, 1225 Bay Ridge Parkway; Dolores Lozupone, PS 185, 8601 Ridge Boulevard; Lisa Friscia and Hanna Rosenrauch, PS 192, 4715 18th Avenue; Lori Amato, PS 200, 1940 Benson Avenue; Judy Hogan, PS 204, 8101 15th Avenue; Linda Gardner, PS 207, 4011 Fillmore Avenue; Francine Parise, PS 229, 1400 Benson Avenue; Nancy Khuu, PS 247, 7000 21st Avenue; Auriana Romanos, PS 170, 7109 6th Avenue; Andrew Philip, IS 96, 99 Avenue P; Karen Hansen, IS 227, 6500 16th Avenue; Tamir Ratzan and Roma Karas, IS 259, 7301 Fort Hamilton Parkway; Patricia Plant, IS 197, 1171 65th Street; Nadine Maestro, IS 30, 415 Ovington Avenue; Labrini DellaBaris-Grubbs, IS 278, 1925 Stuart Street; Richard Nolan, High School of Telecommuncation Arts and Technology, 350 67th Street; Arthur Serrago, FDR High School, 5800 20th Avenue; Sabina Washington, Lafayette High School, 2630 Benson Avenue; Steve Lloyd Cohen, Sheepshead Bay High School, 3000 Avenue X; and Mary Grace Alfredo, Fort Hamilton High School, 8301 Shore Road.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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