Help decide Lakota’s ‘Educators of Excellence’

Jenny Haynes was previously honored with Lakota Local Schools’ “Educator of Excellence” award. Nominations are being accepted now for this year’s award. STAFF FILE/2012

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Jenny Haynes was previously honored with Lakota Local Schools’ “Educator of Excellence” award. Nominations are being accepted now for this year’s award. STAFF FILE/2012

Each year, the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty partners with Lakota Local Schools to honor excellent educators in the school district.

The foundation is currently seeking nominations for this year’s “Educator of Excellence” award.

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Three awards will be given:

  • a teacher or support staff from the elementary level (grades PreK-6)
  • a teacher or support staff from the secondary level (grades 7-12)
  • a Lakota administrator for his or her extraordinary commitment to students, staff and the community

The teacher or support staff winners will receive a $2,000 grant to be used for a project at their school.

The administrator will be honored with a non-monetary award.

Nominations are now being accepted, and students, colleagues, parents or any community resident is encouraged to acknowledge a staff member’s exceptional effort.

Nominations are due April 7 and require a minimum of two letters.

For nomination forms, click here

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