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Whitko M.S. teacher named best in state

November 21, 2013

PIERCETON — Teachers do more than simply grade papers, assign homework and issue pop quizzes.

Interacting with students in such a way that develops leadership, confidence and healthy self esteem are some of the responsibilities that come with heading up a classroom.

At Whitko Community School Corporation’s Board of Trustees meeting Monday night, one particular teacher was recognized for her positive impact in both students and teachers.

Sheila Gillett, a business teacher at Whitko Middle School, was named Middle School Teacher of the Year.

“She is great with kids and with staff members,” said WCSC Superintendent Steve Clason.

To view the rest of this article, see Thursday's edition of The Post & Mail.

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