The Pulaski County Special School District Board of Education awarded the first quarter Inspiration in Education award for the 2022-2023 school year at its board meeting on Oct, 11
The first quarterly award went to, above, Wendy Kohler, a teacher at Joe T. Robinson Middle School.
She was selected from the 34 district employees nominated.
In addition to teaching, Kohler also serves as a traffic monitor at the school “as she carefully guides students into the building through the morning car drop off line. She’s also the school’s yearbook sponsor.
“I’ve got a group of sixth graders who are excited to take the lead on this project,” Kohler said at the Board meeting. “This will be 100 percent their pride and joy. I’m simply here to facilitate and help where I can.”
The School Board created the Inspiration in Education award to honor certified and support staff members who are inspirational to their students or colleagues and the next three will be awarded in December, February and March.
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