By Denise Peterson, Publisher
Everyone hopes to be successful in their chosen profession. How you define and measure that success is likely different for everyone.
GFW Middle School Teacher, Melissa Hunter says she’s known she wanted to be a teacher since she was in second grade. But she could never have predicted, even a week ago, that she would win an award for her efforts.
On Wednesday, March 26, KEYC Reporter Colin Oraskovich presented Ms. Hunter with the “Golden Apple Award” based on a nomination from one of her students, Macy Lee.
The award is given to people who make a dramatic difference in education, according to KEYC’s website.
Ms. Hunter teaches Reading, Math and Title I to 6th graders. She is also in the process of furthering her own education, working toward getting her K-12 Reading Endorsement, and her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
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