South Broward High School Teacher Named Finalist for Teacher of the Year

Monique Archer, Career Technical Education teacher and Department Chair at South Broward High  School is a finalist for Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Teacher of the Year. Ms. Archer has been teaching in BCPS for 25 years and is a cherished member of the teaching staff at South Broward.

“Ms. Acher is a problem-solver, a go-getter and a dynamic member of the South Broward High family,” said  South Broward High Principal Alexander Francois. “She is an exceptional individual who strives to perform  at her best in every aspect of her life.”  

Monique found out she was a finalist when BCPS’ new Superintendent, Peter B. Licata visited the school with the surprise announcement, along with a gift basket.

The 2024 Caliber Awards Ceremony honoring the nominees, semi-finalists and finalists for Teacher of the  Year, Principal of the Year, Assistant Principal of the Year and School-Related Employee of the Year will take place on Friday, February 2, 2024, at 6 p.m., at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center. 

With more than 30,000 employees, BCPS is proud of those individuals who have dedicated themselves to ensuring the future success of our more than 251,000 students and 110,000 adult learners. The Caliber Awards program provides the opportunity for the District to recognize employees who have excelled as teachers, principals, assistant principals and school-related employees.

The Teacher of the Year (TOY) program honors outstanding classroom teachers who inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to excel. Through their contributions, we have made significant progress in student achievement. You are encouraged to join us in honoring these educators by participating in this prestigious recognition program.