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District honors teachers 'caught' going beyond expectations

7:30 PM, May 10, 2013  |  Comments
Lynne Kohlhepp, from left, Carol Pond, Troy Fabry and Bill Haling, Wausau West High School staff members.
Lynne Kohlhepp, from left, Carol Pond, Troy Fabry and Bill Haling, Wausau West High School staff members.
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The Wausau School District's Caught in the Act Award recognizes staff members for going above and beyond expectations in a way that significantly benefitted students and/or the community. Awards were presented at a reception April 17 at Wausau East High School to recognize, reward and celebrate excellence in the schools.

Each Caught in the Act recipient received a certificate with the text of his or her nomination and a $50 cash award to be used in the winner's classroom as he or she chooses. Recipients' names were engraved on their respective school plaques. Six businesses sponsored the awards.

Candidates were nominated by parents, students, staff members and peers, administrators or community members.

Hundreds of people attended the reception where all teachers were recognized who were awarded Reach for the Stars grants and carried out that work this past year.

 

 

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