Hempfield School District teacher receives Apple Award

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Linda Miller

The National State Teachers of the Year – Pennsylvania Chapter (NSTOY-PA) recognized Hempfield High School Health and Physical Education Teacher Linda Miller with an Apple Award.

This award is presented to educators in our state for exceptional efforts in teaching, coaching, and other efforts that support educational excellence. It recognizes members of the educational community who make a positive difference in the lives of students, school districts, and communities. Ms. Miller was nominated for this award by NSTOY-PA member, and Hempfield High School Communications Technology Teacher Matthew Binder.

“As our school Wellness Coordinator, Linda Miller has taken it upon herself to plan, organize, and run our school’s wellness program. From weekly emails, to after school activities, and personal encouragement, Linda has gone above and beyond to care for her follow colleagues during the stress of the pandemic. We are fortunate to have Linda Miller on our staff, and on behalf of the staff at Hempfield, we would like to recognize her efforts,” Binder said.

Ms. Miller will be awarded an Apple Award certificate and be listed as a recipient on the NSTOY-PA newsletter and website.