Middle Park High School teacher recognized by the Boettcher Foundation
DENVER-Katy Craig, director of the scholarship program at the Boettcher Foundation has announced that John Reynolds from Middle Park High School was recognized, Aug. 7, at the 2011 Boettcher Foundation Teacher Recognition Awards Program.
The Teacher Recognition Awards Program was created by the Trustees of the Boettcher Foundation in 1992 to provide an opportunity for Boettcher Scholars to extend their gratitude to the counselors, principals, superintendents and, in particular, teachers who have dedicated themselves to providing the youth of Colorado with an outstanding education.
The 2011 Boettcher Scholar, Samuel Kerber, nominated Reynolds as a teacher who made a significant contribution to his growth and education and impacted his life. In addition to a plaque, the recipients of the Teacher Recognition Award receive a $1,000 grant, which they may use toward a special program or project at their school.
The trustees of the Boettcher Foundation are Larry A. Allen, M.D., Pamela Beardsley, Paul H. Chan, M. Ann Penny, Theodore F. Schlegel M. D., Edward D. White III and Thomas Williams.
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