Lenape High School technology teacher wins technology education award

Mike Condurso was selected to receive a New Jersey Technology & Engineering Educators Association Image Award.

Lenape High School administrators have announced that Lenape technology teacher Mike Condurso was selected to receive a New Jersey Technology & Engineering Educators Association (NJTEEA) Image Award.

According to the school, the NJTEEA honors individuals who make a special effort that results in positive reflection of TED Education outside of the profession. Recipients of this award have received recognition in their community for their support of advancement of technology education through innovative projects and meaningful student experiences, resulting in positive community response.

School officials say that each year, the NJTEEA recognizes individuals who stand out for their promotion of technology and engineering beyond the scope of their job. Kelly Hart from the NJTEEA selection committee thanked Condurso “for working so hard to promote what we do and exhibit excellence.”

Condurso is in his seventh year teaching in the Lenape Regional High School District, and he currently teaches woodworking and Project Lead the way courses.

When asked about his response to the award, Condurso said, “I am honored to be recognized by NJTEEA as an Image Award recipient this year knowing what great teachers are members of this organization.”