Kathryn Cran­dall honored as Teacher of the Year

Serve Daily - - BUILDING COMMUNITY - By Lana Hiskey

Kathryn Cran­dall, a teacher at Maple Moun­tain High School in Nebo School District, was re­cently named the re­cip­i­ent of the Utah As­so­ci­a­tion Ca­reer and Tech­nol­ogy Education Teacher of the Year Award from the Work-Based Learn­ing Divi­sion at the UACTE Con­fer­ence held in St. Ge­orge.

Cran­dall was rec­og­nized for her ef­forts as a Fam­ily and Con­sumer Sci­ence teacher, the Ca­reer and Tech­nol­ogy Education depart­ment head and an out­stand­ing ed­u­ca­tor and sup­porter for work-based learn­ing in­tern­ships. Cran­dall has been teach­ing for 23 years and has been at Maple Moun­tain since 2009, when the school opened.

Cran­dall cre­ated and su­per­vises the MMHS Ea­glet Preschool and has pre­sented at sum­mer con­fer­ences for state FACS teach­ers. She as­sists sewing classes in mak­ing projects for Pri­mary Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal and works tire­lessly to serve the stu­dents at Maple Moun­tain.

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