Lynda Yorke, resplendent in her highest heels won the award for Innovation, recognizing various activities Lynda has introduced to her classes to great acclaim; including: ‘glacial speed-dating’, the use of Twitter and running student-led conferences.Lynda was also nominated for the Feedback and Teacher of the Year Awards.Bangor has a humid continental climate, with cold, snowy winters, and warm summers.North Wales is the uppermost region of Wales, and is generally divided into three traditional sub-regions: Upper Gwynedd, Lower Gwynedd and Anglesey.
Founded as Condeskeag Plantation, Bangor was incorporated as a New England town in 1791, after the end of the American Revolutionary War.
Despite both being more than worthy, Rachel and Tomos did not win the top prize, but remain a credit to SENRGy and an example to all.
With their wealth, the lumber barons built elaborate Greek Revival and Victorian mansions and the 31 feet (9.4 m) high statue of Paul Bunyan.
The region is also bilingual, so visitors hoping to hear the Welsh language will do well to visit the area.
Almost every person a visitor may encounter can speak and understand English, but many also speak Welsh, and the farther west you travel, the more prominent it becomes.