“Live fully. Laugh often. Love much.” These are the words Kacy Norgan lives by. She tries to make the most of every day. That’s exactly why Norgan is teacher of the year.
Norgan has taught at Madison for six years now, and she says she’s “blessed to be a part of [the community]”. A graduate from Texas State University, Norgan has a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Photography. She also has a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Texas at Arlington.
“Her commitment to student’s success and her willingness to go the extra mile,” Joseph Williams said, makes Norgan exemplary for teacher of the year.
Winning the popular vote from the faculty, Norgan is admired by staff and students alike. She’s been said to show her amity for students by going out of her way to make sure they get their work completed on time. This maternal affection is a consistent occurrence in her classroom that can be counted on nearly every day of the week.
“We can talk to her about anything,” senior Brianna Villa said of the English II and AVID teacher. As well as teaching English II Pre-AP, Norgan is also the new AVID coordinator.
Norgan admits she was shocked when she found out she won the sought-after award. ”
There are many teachers on campus who deserve it,” Norgan said. “I am very appreciative and humbled to be recognized for doing something I love: working with students.”