This scholarship honors the many contributions of Fernand Prevost to mathematics teaching in the state of New Hampshire. Sadly, Ferd passed away in 2019. In addition to being a founder of NHTM, he was an iconic figure making great contributions to mathematics education in NH and beyond.  He was a major factor in the development of countless teachers.  

Fernand J. Prevost Mathematics Teaching Award


Nominees are being sought for the annual FERNAND J. PREVOST MATHEMATICS TEACHING AWARD. NHTM is presenting the award in recognition of the contribution that Ferd has made to the mathematics educators of New Hampshire during his thirty years as the state mathematics consultant. The award is being given to a beginning teacher in her/his first through fifth year who meets the following criteria which exemplify the characteristics which Ferd has brought to his teaching:

  • commitment to good mathematics

  • confidence that all children can learn

  • a spirit of self reflection and professional curiosity

  • caring and concern for colleagues

  • a willingness to explore, to learn, and to grow as a teacher of mathematics

  • a willingness to share mathematical and pedagogical activities with others

 The recipient will receive a plaque of achievement, a $250 prize, and a one year membership to NHTM. The  presentation of the award will be made at the NHTM Spring Conference.

The Prevost Award Nomination Form is found by clicking Prevost Award Nomination Form.

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View the Prevost Award Nominee Cover Form: Prevost Award Nominee Cover Form.

View the Prevost Award Nominee Application Procedure: Prevost Award Nominee Application Procedure.


Nominations open October 15

Nominations are due by December 15

Completed Nomination Packets must be received by January 15


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Past recipients:

   1995 Toni Taylor, Keene High School

   1996 Kim Knighton, Profile School

   1997 Delia LeFebrvre, Monroe Elem. Sch.

   1998 Richard T. Elliot, Fall Mountain Regional

   1999 Megan Fowler, Brattleboro MS

   2000 Leah Adamowicz, Hollis Brookline JHS

   2001 Cynthia Sanschagrin, Hanover High School

   2002 Marina J. Capen from Souhegan High School

   2003 Adam Wiggin, Cooperative Middle School, Stratham

   2004 Anne Boisvert, Manchester Memorial High School

   2005 Craig Sheil, Monadnock Regional High School

   2006 April M. Guinness, Mascoma Valley Regional High School

   2007 Brian O'Connell, Oyster River High School

   2008 Andrea Drake, Goffstown High School

   2009 Scott Currier, Belmont High School

   2010 Jarrod Shaheen, Lebanon High School

   2011 Amanda Benware, Bedford High School

   2012 Sarah Spears, Alton Central School

2013 Pat Marquette, Hollis Brookline Middle School

   2014 No Award Given

   2015 Nathan Bracy, Goffstown High School

    2016 Stefan Fritz, Bedford High School

    2017 Elisabeth Murphy, Henry Moore School

    2018 Dominick Torro, Pinkerton Academy

    2019 Leonie Freemantle, Hudson Memorial School

    2020 Sarah Champagne, Indian River Middle School

    2021 No Award Given

    2022 No Award Given

2023 No Award Given

2024 Danielle Wiley, Merrimack Valley High School

2024 Prevost Award recipient Danielle Wiley with Historian Betty Erickson


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