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Sep 182013
 

Carrie LaHaie, a teacher at Snowflake High School, has been named the Navajo County 2013 Teacher of the Year, according to the Navajo County Educational Service Agency (ESA), Office of the County School Superintendent and Arizona Rural Schools Association.
She was nominated by a Snowflake Unified School District administrator. His endorsement touted her personal time and initiative directing trainings to support Common Core at the school and district level, as well as in the community. For the last three years, LaHaie has also been the sponsor of the junior class, helping with homecoming activities and prom. She is a Language Arts teacher at SHS, and is known for “putting the ownership of education into the hands of her students.”
The Arizona Rural Schools Teacher of the Year Program accepts nominations from all member school districts and County Education Services Agencies. The Arizona Rural Schools Association (ARSA) supports the integrity of rural school districts and honors the educators who represent the best the state has to offer.
Navajo County School Superintendent Linda Morrow will attend the upcoming Arizona Rural Schools Conference with LaHaie. County winners from across the state will be recognized with a plaque and $100, and one will be chosen to represent ARSA as the Arizona Rural Teacher of the Year. The Arizona award includes a check for $1,000 and a trip to the National Rural Education Association Convention to represent Arizona.

Carrie LaHaie

Carrie LaHaie

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