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WFISD announces Teacher of the Year nominees

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WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Teacher of the Year nominees for WFISD has been announced.

The following list of educators has been selected by their peers as their campus's Teacher of the Year. Each nominee will represent their school at the annual Teacher of the Year banquet this Thursday.

The WFISD Elementary and Secondary Teacher of the Year will be announced at this banquet.

The winning educators will advance to the regional competition and serve as a representative for the entire school district. Newschannel 6 wants to congratulate the following teachers in the WFISD.
 
Ashley Burross – Farris Head Start
Jamie Newberry – Booker T. Washington Elementary
Deanne Holcomb – Brook Village Early Childhood Center
Karen Evans – Burgess Elementary
Sarah Chisum – Crockett Elementary
Kirk Shaffer – Cunningham Elementary
Connie Parnell – Fain Elementary
Kay Hitt – Fowler Elementary
Kristi Donica – Franklin Elementary
Katie Miller – Haynes Elementary
Jennifer Shaver – Jefferson Elementary
Gloria Ornelas – Lamar Elementary
Michelle Keller – Milam Elementary
Christina Scruggs – Scotland Park Elementary
Della Pool – Sheppard Elementary
Megan Scroggins – Southern Hills Elementary
Denise Bilyeu – West Foundation Elementary
Monica Trevino – Zundy Elementary
Jennifer Parker – Barwise Middle School
Gwenna Gallenberger – Kirby Middle School
Jessica Borton – McNiel Middle School
Tommy Evans – Hirschi High School
Bryce Henderson – Rider High School
Deborah Pepper – Wichita Falls High School
David Boller – Carrigan Career Center
Melinda Krajca – Denver AEP

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