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WCPS educators nominated for Teacher Hero Award

Thirty-nine Warren County Public Schools educators have been nominated this year for the Save our Kids Coalition Teacher Hero Award. These educators are nominated by students who write letters explaining how these teachers have helped them through difficult times. The Teacher Hero Award Banquet is scheduled for April 24.

Nominated this year: Belinda Lawson and Heather DeHaven of North Warren Elementary; Melanie Wyatt of Drakes Creek Middle School; Andrea Heming, Gina Word and Amy Oliver of Bristow Elementary;  Cassandra Jones, Theresa Trosper and Melissa Dillard of Lost River Elementary; Kimberly Stout, Melinda Riedel and Lisa Kelton of Cumberland Trace Elementary; Alicia Graves, Kristie Downing and Jenny Pierson of Rich Pond Elementary; Laura Beth Menser of Richardsville Elementary; Jordan Spillman, Aaron Davis and Lynn Richey of Warren East Middle School; Shawna Garrett and Stephanie Helton of Rockfield Elementary; Amanda Rupsch and Amy Yates of Alvaton Elementary; John Hurley, Keith Murphy and Brittany Flener of Warren Central High School; Lisa King, Heather Bushelman and Roger Watt of Jody Richards Elementary; Ashley Burysek, Katherine Whitney and Lori Martin of Warren Elementary; Chris Seabolt of Greenwood High School; Michelle Roberts, Ronan Bunger and Crystal Davis of Briarwood Elementary; Kaleigh Davenport, Stacy Faulkner and Kristin Strode of Plano Elementary.

Two recent Teacher Hero Award winners have come from WCPS: Doug Lathrem of Warren Elementary and Heather Thomsen of Henry F. Moss Middle School.  


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