Franklin’s Kjolso named Symetra Hero in the Classroom

Kjolso received $2,000 for her school, along with a custom Seahawks jersey.

  • Thursday, December 21, 2017 2:02pm
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Becky Kjolso. Courtesy of Beatrice Joe

Becky Kjolso. Courtesy of Beatrice Joe

Ben Franklin Elementary third-grade teacher Becky Kjolso in Kirkland was recently named a Symetra Hero in the Classroom.

Only 16 teachers in the Seattle-area will win this award this Seahawks season. Kjolso was recognized on the field at the Oct. 29 Seahawks game. She received $2,000 for her school, along with a custom Seahawks jersey.

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