West Virginia Teacher Of The Year To Be Announced September 7 In Charleston

Posted: September 03, 2004
Charleston, W.Va. - The 2005 West Virginia Teacher of the Year will be announced during a special ceremony on Tuesday, September 7, at the Charleston Marriott at approximately 8:30 p.m. All county teachers of the year will be recognized during the ceremony scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. The West Virginia Teacher of the Year will represent the state at the national level.  

This year’s six finalists include: Mary Kohelis, a social studies teacher from Brooke High School, Brooke County; Michael King, a science and biology teacher from Ravenswood High School, Jackson County; Dr. Larry Watson, an agricultural education teacher from Marion County Technical Center, Marion County; Peggy Dolan, a Spanish/French teacher from Wheeling Park High School, Ohio County; Jason Hughes, an agriculture education teacher from St. Marys High School, Pleasants County; and J. Michael Sharpolisky, an English teacher from Buckhannon-Upshur, Upshur County.  

Paying tribute to educators since 1964, the Teacher of the Year award is the longest, ongoing awards program honoring classroom teachers.

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