Caitlin Evans has been a teacher at Worcester Technical High School for 6-years. She began her career at WTHS as a culinary teacher and then helped create and implement the Hospitality and Tourism Program.
She began her hospitality career with Marriott International, she continues to serve on multiple hospitality and tourism related advisory boards in the tri-county area. Additionally, she operates a family Bistro in Pocomoke City.
Mrs. Evans style of teaching is very diverse; her present and past students universally relate that being in her class is never boring. She cares about students and has a way of motivating them without pressure and fear of failure.
“As a teacher, I believe in the diversity of instruction and that differentiated hands on learning experiences can achieve a wide range of teaching objectives without sacrificing the quality of instruction I’m providing to my students,”
Aside from caring about her students, Mrs. Evans helps plan and coordinate the many student and county events that are hosted by WTHS. “One of the things about teaching you learn very early is that it works best when the teachers at a school work as a team, we have a great group here at WTHS, I am very fortunate to have wonderful colleagues to work with.”
We at WTHS think we’re pretty lucky to have a person of Mrs. Evans caliber and outstanding character as well. During the next few months Mrs. Evans will compete with other fine teachers from Worcester County, Maryland for the coveted recognition of “Teacher of The Year.”
We at Worcester Technical High School congratulate Mrs. Evans for being recognized as our standout teacher and nominee for this year’s recognition and hope that others acknowledge her accomplishments and devotion as we have.