Hurst Teacher of the Year
Seventh grade writing teacher Gabrielle Pollock and principal Steven Guitterrez.
Pollock is a second-year seventh grade writing teacher who graduated in May of 2011 from Louisiana State University with a degree in English and a concentration in secondary education.
Four years prior, she graduated from Destrehan High School in the top 5 percent of her class. She now teaches some of her former teachers’ children.
Pollock also works for her seventh grade science teacher from Albert Cammon Middle School, Harry Hurst Principal Steven Guitterrez.
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