Cedar City woman receives Substitute Teacher of the Year award

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CEDAR CITY — A Cedar City teacher was chosen by Kelly Educational Staffing as the 2019 KES Substitute Teacher of the Year for Utah.

L-R: Enoch Elementary Principal Daniel Ekker, Lisa Woolsey, and KES Talent Lead Brigitte White in Iron County, Utah, date not specified. | Photo courtesy of Kelly Educational Staffing, St. George News / Cedar City News

Lisa Woolsey, who teaches K-12 in the Iron County School District, is being recognized for her outstanding performance and excellent service as a substitute teacher, according to a press release issued by Kelly Educational Staffing. She has been substitute teacher since May 2016.

Selected from thousands of KES substitute teachers in Utah, Woolsey was nominated by the faculty and staff in the Iron County School District. Her nomination was submitted to the corporate headquarters of Kelly Services in Michigan for consideration.

The award program is a long-standing tradition at KES and is an opportunity to recognize substitute teachers for the many ways they enrich the lives of students in the classroom every day.

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