Sam's, Walmart Recognize Teachers
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Sam’s and Wal-Mart Select Teachers of the Year
Two teachers were recognized by local companies recently for their outstanding contribution to their students and schools.
Amy Goldstein, special education teacher at Cache La Poudre Junior High, was selected by Wal-Mart for Teacher of the Year. Russ Brown, social sciences teacher at Poudre High School, was selected as Teacher of the Year by Sam’s Club, and is show at left with Sandra Lundt, principal.
Candidates for Wal-Mart and Sam’s Teacher of the Year are nominated by students, parents or community members. Goldstein and Brown each received $100 gift cards for themselves, and each of their schools were awarded $1,000.
Association of Classified Employees Recognizes Exceptional Performance
Congratulations to Association of Classified employees of the month for August and September. Recognized for exceptional performance are Terri Stutzman, office manager, Boltz Junior High; Brenda Benavidez, night lead custodian, Lincoln Junior High; Joe Oppenheimer, carpenter shop, facilities; and Brian Whittall, carpenter shop, facilities.