Shawnee Heights Teacher Inductred To Hall Of Fame

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TOPEKA, Kan A local first grade teacher will be inducted into the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame.

Jeanette Broome a first grade teacher at Tecumseh North Elementary in the Shawnee Heights School District will be inducted into the hall of fame.

The Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame was established in 1077 in Dodge City, Kansas and more the 386 exemplary educators have been inducted.

Inductees must meet the highest of standards including,

-Show evidence of outstanding teaching and/or administration
-Show evidence of positive interactions with students and parents
-Possess qualities that set him/her apart from other educators
-Demonstrate continued pursuit of educational opportunities throughout their career
-Share ideas by conducting workshops, classes, etc., for parents, teachers and/or administrators
-Demonstrate involvement in community activities
-Exhibit educational recognition and awards
-Submit a 100-word description of his/her philosophy of education

Nominees must also have been a K-12 or vocational school teacher or administrator for a minimum of 25 years in Kansas.

Posted by: Lindsay Sax