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Annual Conference Information

The West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is celebrating our 75th anniversary and we hope you will join us for our annual conference, held at the Stonewall Resort, March 17 & 18, 2023. More than 90 sessions focusing across K-12 and college will give you the opportunity to learn, reflect, and network with mathematics educators across the state. Conference registration will open in early February on this website.

The block of rooms at Stonewall Resort is now full.

In lieu of space at the Stonewall Resort, there are multiple hotels off of I-79 in Weston, about 10-15 minutes away from the Stonewall Resort.

This year, we will be joined by noted mathematics education researcher and advocate, Steve Leinwand, as our keynote speaker. The keynote address, along with opening conference remarks, will be held from 8:30-10:00 a.m. on Friday, March 17.

Steve Leinwand is a principal research analyst at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in Arlington, VA, and has over 40 years of leadership positions in mathematics education. Before joining AIR in 2002, Leinwand spent 22 years as Mathematics Consultant with the Connecticut Department of Education where he was responsible for the development and oversight of a broad statewide program of activities in K-12 mathematics education.

A former President of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM), Leinwand was the awardee of the 2015 NCSM Glenn Gilbert/Ross Taylor National Leadership Award for outstanding contributions to mathematics education and has been awarded the 2021 NCTM Lifetime Achievement Award.

Nominations for Awards

Do you know an outstanding teacher of mathematics who deserved to be recognized? Of course, we all do! Nominate that teacher for a WVCTM Teacher of the Year award! Awardees will be from each of the following programmatic levels: elementary, middle, high school, and college. To nominate someone for this award, click here. Please nominate a deserving teacher by 1/15/23.

Other awards available include the WVCTM Teacher in Training grant, due by 1/30/23, the WVCTM Distinguished Service Award, due 1/30/23, and the Golden Holtan classroom mini grants, due 2/15/23.

Calling All Presenters!

Propose a WVCTM Conference Session! Please submit by December 11, 2022! The WVCTM Conference is made possible by educators who share their ideas and lessons learned with members and will be held March 17-18, 2023 at Stonewall Jackson Resort.

Submit a proposal by December 11 for a session presentation through our WVCTM Conference Hub button at the top of this page.

***New this year*** Session proposers can select a preference of 30, 45, or 60 minute sessions AND can indicate willingness to present their session twice to connect with more educators!

Save the Date!

Mark Your Calendars! The annual WVCTM conference will be held at Stonewall Jackson Resort on March 17-18, 2023! We hope to see you there!

WVCTM Award Winners

At the 2022 WVCTM Conference banquet, the following teachers were recognized for their dedication to the learning of mathematics and their support of the students of West Virginia:

Distinguished Service Award (The Chair): Allison Miller, Spencer Elementary School, Roane County

College/University Mathematics Teacher of the Year (TOY): Adam Anderson, Alderson Broaddus University

High School Math TOY: Lucia Epperson, Elkins Mountain School, Randolph County

Middle School TOY: Grayson Hamrick, Duvall PreK-8, Lincoln County

Elementary School TOY: Lynn White, Curriculum and Technology Specialist, Greenbrier County

Walter E. Regula Mathematics Teacher-in-Training Grant: Megan Kite, Fairmont State University

Golden Holtan Grants: Cathy Craddock, Calhoun County Middle/High School and Sherrie Spence, Burch PreK-8, Mingo County

New Officers:

Vice President for Secondary: Amy Cowgill, Frankfort High School, Mineral County

Vice President for Elementary: Allison Miller, Spencer Elementary School, Roane County

Historian: Stacey McKenzie, Title I Teacher, Mineral County

Member-at-Large: Joanna Burt-Kinderman, District Math Coach, Pocahontas County

NCTM Representative: Sheila Ruddle, retired, Pendleton County Schools

Community Relations: Jeanne Finstein, Polyhedron Learning Media, Ohio County

NCTM Grant Opportunities

Check out the grant opportunities for teachers from all grade levels on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics webpage! Many of these funding opportunities have applications that are due November 1. Check them out!

Virtual Conference Follow-Up

The WVCTM Executive Board sincerely hopes all attendees of our 2021 virtual conference enjoyed their time together! 

A few reminders for everyone:

Now through May 24, you can register or renew your membership to NCTM at a discounted rate! Visit for more information.

Also remember that a set of recorded webinars from NCTM’s “100 Days of Professional Learning” are available to WVCTM conference attendees (even if you are not an NCTM member) at through May 24You will be asked to log-in to the “WVCTM Group” at that page. Access to the page is based on the email address used for your WVCTM conference registration (i.e., the email address where you are receiving this message). There are then two ways to log in:

  • If you are an NCTM member (and your NCTM membership is linked to the same email as the one used for your WVCTM registration), you will be able to sign in with your normal NCTM email and password to access the page.
  • If the email used for your WVCTM conference registration is not linked to an NCTM membership (or you are not an NCTM member at all), visit and use the email associated with your WVCTM registration to retrieve a password through NCTM; this email address and password will then be able to log in to to view the available content.

We welcome your feedback on a conference evaluation form found at this link:    



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