Woodland High School teacher, Kimberly Miller, who teaches consumer science, was recently named 2019 Regional Teacher of the Year. She was one of eight finalists from the state.
Kimberly has a passion for her students and shows this through her unique lesson plans of which helps them become prepared for their future. Her focus is to help her students have success in life after they have left the classroom.
Miller is a Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher and she feels “education is more than classroom learning. She emphasizes that there is more than one path to success for students. This means it has become increasingly more important for students to learn skills such as communication and accountability in the workplace.”
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According to CTE Director Paul Huddleston, “She truly epitomizes what it means to be a professional educator. If you’ve ever watched her in action, you witnessed a knowledgeable and inspiring teacher that finds ways to make learning both relevant and fun for her students.”
Miller will be announced as Teacher of the Year by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction at a reception this fall.