Holly Fuqua, a teacher at North Elementary School in Calloway County, is the recipient of the $1,000 cash prize for a teacher in a school reaching 100% response rate. Winner of the $1,000 cash prize to a school reaching 50% response rate is Russell Primary School in Russell Independent School District.
Congratulations to the winners of the second weekly drawing, sponsored by KEA, KASA, KSBA and KASS!Ryan Davis, a teacher in Union County Learning Academy, Union County, is the recipient of the $1,000 cash prize for a teacher in a school reaching 100% response rate. Winner of the $1,000 cash prize to a school reaching 50% response rate is Ludlow High School in Ludlow Independent School District.
Madeline Abramson, wife of Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson, joined Commissioner Holliday, Franklin County Schools superintendent Chrissy Jones, Collins Lane Elementary Principal Sharla Six, staff and students, Kentucky Education Association President Sharron Oxendine and representatives of the TELL Kentucky statewide coalition of partners at the TELL Kentucky event.
The commissioner and Mrs. Abramson also announced the first of the weekly prize winners for participation in the survey.
The winners are:
Week 1 School: Frankfort High School (Frankfort Independent)
Week 1 Educator: Sabrina Turner, Breathitt Co. Day Treatment Center
Frankfort High School will receive $1,000 for the school's use. At Breathitt Co. Day Treatment Center, teacher Sabrina Turner will receive $1,000 to use as she wishes.
Every school that reaches a 50 percent response rate is entered into a drawing for a $1,000 cash award for the school. Schools that reach a 100 percent response rate are entered into a drawing for a $1,000 cash award to go to an individual educator at the school.
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