In The Spotlight

February 01, 1995 2 min read
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Lisa Lishak of Auburn, Alaska; Linda Fry of Fairbanks, Alaska; Laureen Leonard of Fairbanks, Alaska; Maurine Anderson of Fresno, Calif.; Virginia Bateman of Folsom, Calif.; Bruce Boehne of West Covina, Calif.; Linda Gonzalez of West Sacramento, Calif.; Marilyn Grimes of San Diego; Denise Marie Johnson of Pasadena, Calif., Linda Best Klosterman of Santee, Calif.; Clarice Drees Moore of San Diego; Claire Ratfield of Costa Mesa, Calif.; Paul Robeck of Encinitas, Calif.; Kathryn Skube of Del Mar, Calif.; Chrys Verner of Brea, Calif.; Lori Watkins of Fresno, Calif.; and Lynn Werner of Yorba Linda, Calif.

Susan Buckley of Windsor, Colo.; Leona Larson of Greeley, Colo.; Sheree Nale of Greeley, Colo.; Kathryn Vandamme of Littleton, Colo.; Peter Scheinblum of Newington, Conn.; Rona Wolfson of Sunrise, Fla.; Shari Lynn Britner of Atlanta; Karen Doty of Statesboro, Ga.; Caroline Means Bitterwolf of Moscow, Idaho; Cynthia Boilek of Munster, Ind.; Cynthia Monberg of Highland, Ind.; Elaine Pitts of Schererville, Ind.; Barbara Walczak of Munster, Ind.; Sally Will of Highland, Ind.; Lyn Le Countryman of Cedar Falls, Iowa.; Mary Norton of New Hartford, Iowa; Pamela Schmidt of Janesville, Iowa; Sharon Baker Raymond of New Orleans; Therese Gregoire O’Carm of Abberville, La.; and Steven VandeGriend of New Orleans.

Mary Edmunds of Rockwood, Mich.; Victoria Goodell of Saginaw, Mich.; Marilyn Greenstein of Farmington Hills, Mich.; Beverly Hill of Dexter, Mich.; Gloria Ingram of Detroit; Kathleen Licari of Milford, Mich.; Barbara Gluskin McCune of Royal Oak, Mich.; Kathleen Kosobud McKinley of Ann Arbor, Mich.; Evelyn McShane of St. Clair Shores, Mich.; Connie Rose Mitchell of Inkster, Mich.; Michael Roche of Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; and James Szczechowski of Brighton, Mich.

Brenda Kay Saulters Lott of Seminary, Miss.; Patsy Dean Wallin of Laurel, Miss.; Anna Sumner of Omaha, Neb.; Shirley Bzdewka of Haxlet, N.J.; Patricia Frank of Englishtown, N.J.; Sharon Richman of Dayton, N.J.; Bonnie Robbins Dorschel of Rochester, N.Y.; Donna Gattelaro-Andersen of Penfield, N.Y.; Michael Gatto of Stony Brook, N.Y.; Marsha Brigman of Charlotte, N.C.; Deborah Camp of Gastonia, N.C.; Hilda Wingo Hamilton of Boone, N.C.; Denise Williams Huff of Charlotte, N.C.; Scott Muri of Banner Elk, N.C.; Susan Patterson of Charlotte, N.C.; Gloria Smith Wansley of Matthews, N.C.; and Janice Deese Ward of Charlotte, N.C.

Penny Arnold of Akron, Ohio; Susan Wander of Aurora, Ohio; Kathleen Elam of Spartanburg, S.C.; Oliva Ortmann of Sumter, S.C.; Cynthia Pride of Bluffton, S.C.; Julie Hedberg Shaffer of Charleston, S.C.; Donna Kurtzman of Little River, S.C.; Jeanne Sink of Charleston, S.C.; Patricia Ann Butts of Woodlawn, Tenn.; DeAnna Henslee of Wolfe City, Texas; Richard Wormeli of Herndon, Va.; Edri Geiger of Vancouver, Wash.; Shelly James of Battle Ground, Wash.; Kathleen Kirkland of Vancouver, Wash.; and Patricia Simonds of Battle Ground, Wash.

A version of this article appeared in the February 01, 1995 edition of Teacher as In The Spotlight


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