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Sun Lakes Rotary names Chandler teacher of year

Posted 5/23/24

​The Rotary Club of Sun Lakes recently evaluated three finalists for its 2024 Chandler Unified School District Teacher of the Year and chose a winner.

That winner is Casteel High School …

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NEIGHBORS / EDUCATION

Sun Lakes Rotary names Chandler teacher of year

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​The Rotary Club of Sun Lakes recently evaluated three finalists for its 2024 Chandler Unified School District Teacher of the Year and chose a winner.

That winner is Casteel High School teacher Todd Daniels. He was awarded $2,000.

Also competing were Jentry Yard-Husk of Casteel High School and Liana Clareson of CTA Goodman Elementary. Each received $500.

The competition is where each teacher gives a 10-minute talk about their respective positions and responsibilities, along with leadership achievements, relationships with students, parents, and families, volunteer activities and letters of recommendation.

Judges included Rotary members Debbie Bailey, Dr. Marie Bruening and Leo Schlueter.

RCSL education chair Gary Kay thanked Earnhardt Auto Centers for its support in funding the awards.

For more information about Rotary of Sun Lakes, see sunlakesrotary.com.

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