Kirkland teacher honored as Elementary Teacher of the Week

  • Monday, November 13, 2017 8:30am
  • News

On Thursday, Oct. 19 at 10 a.m., STAR 101.5 surprised Henry David Thoreau Elementary teacher, Ms. Casey Conroy, and presented her with the STAR 101.5 Elementary Teacher of the Week award.

In a local contest conducted by STAR 101.5 radio, Ms. Conroy, a 4th/5th combined grade teacher, was nominated by her student, Trisha Wui. STAR 101.5 made a surprise visit to Ms. Conroy’s Henry David Thoreau Elementary classroom in Kirkland.

Each student received a goody bag full of prizes from Dairy Farmers of Washington, Living Computers: Museum + Labs, KOMO 4, and STAR 101.5.

Ms. Casey Conroy received a personalized plaque from Trophies2Go, a Living Computers: Museum + Labs gift card, and a $100 gift card from Daniel’s Broiler. Additionally, Ms. Conroy got a makeover courtesy of Blanc N’ Schwartz Salon in Kent.

STAR 101.5’s “Elementary Teacher of the Week” is a program that allows students to recognize local, deserving teachers for their commitment to the quality education of children. To nominate a teacher go to STAR1015.com.

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