Amanda McBee, a 2012 physics graduate of Missouri University of Science and Technology, recently received an Outstanding Beginning Teacher award from the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE). McBee just completed her first year of teaching geometry and chemistry at Waynesville High School.
McBee was one of 64 teachers who were recognized for their excellence in serving children during their first two years of service in school districts across Missouri. Award recipients were selected based on evaluations by their college or university and recommendations from the school district that employs them.
McBee is pursuing a master’s degree in physics from Missouri S&T.