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Local teacher earns state honor

Friday, December 21, 2012

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Sue Martin, a long-time Mountain Home High School teacher, is one of four K-12 teachers across Idaho who will be honored by the Lee Pesky Learning Center with the second annual Pesky Award for Inspirational Teaching on Dec. 21, during Boise State's Winter Commencement ceremony.

The Pesky Award for Inspirational Teaching, which will be presented in conjunction with Boise State's College of Education, recognizes K-12 teachers in Idaho who make a major difference in the lives of their students through their passion and caring.

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I don't know anyone who doesn't love her!

-- Posted by jessiemiller on Wed, Dec 26, 2012, at 11:57 AM

One of the best teachers on Earth no doubt! Loved her...My english teacher at MHJHS during the 90-91 school year. Nobody deserves this more!!!!!

-- Posted by mhg4316 on Mon, Dec 24, 2012, at 11:05 AM


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