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Educator award created at LCSC

LEWISTON — The Lewis-Clark State College Teacher Education Program is starting a new program this fall called the Outstanding Educator Award Program.

Nominations are not limited to teachers and may include administrators, para-professionals, aides, secretaries, custodians, food service employees, playground monitors, crossing guards, etc. Nominations are welcome from P-12 students only.

The Outstanding Educator Award is decided by a selection committee composed of members of the Lewis-Clark State College Teacher Education Program faculty and representatives from elementary, middle/junior, and secondary schools represented in school districts in and surrounding Regions I and II.

Local school districts available for the award include Idaho Region II school districts Cottonwood, Nezperce, Kamiah, Highland, Salmon River and Mountain View.

A student may nominate an outstanding educator by completing a form found on the LCSC Education and Kinesiology Division website at The deadline for nominations for this fall is Nov. 15.

Contact 792-2781.


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