Dedicated to students, parents, and staff members at Morrison R. Waite High School, Robin McLoughlin is very organized and meticulous in all that she undertakes. She readily volunteers her time and talents to the East Toledo community and has put in many years serving Waite High School as an advisor to the art club and student government.
Robin has been rated an outstanding teacher for 29 years. She was selected fine arts department chairman in Baltimore and in Toledo. She was recognized as an outstanding mentor teacher to student teachers from Bowling Green State University and had helped update and rewrite the fine arts curriculum for middle schools in Baltimore.
“Robin McLoughlin is very deserving of recognition,” said David M. Yenrick, principal. “She serves as an excellent role model for both students and staff members. Her dedication to the community of Morrison R. Waite High School is valued and appreciated.”
Robin holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in education from the Maryland Institute College of Art.
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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