Class of 1930, Pioneer
Teresa E. Shook, or “Shookie” to the Foxcroft community, graduated from Foxcroft in 1930 and returned to the school shortly after her graduation as a member of the faculty. She taught at Foxcroft from 1932-67. She was head of the athletic program, director of riding, basketball coach and director of the military drill program.
Shookie was a standout basketball player for Foxcroft, helping the School to a perfect record in her three years as a starting forward.
The Teresa E. Shook Award was initiated in her honor in 1967 and is given each year “to the girl who has shown skill in performing a sport and has made and outstanding contribution to the spirit of good sportsmanship.”