Congratulations! Two awards for Sealth teacher DeAira Handugan

August 5, 2014 at 9:51 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 3 Comments

Thanks to Chief Sealth International High School assistant principal Cheryl Sullivan for the photo and news: This morning in Yakima at the conference of the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education, Sealth teacher DeAira Handugan (left) “received the WA-ACTE New Teacher of the Year Award. She will represent Washington (and Sealth!) at the regional awards in April, 2015, in Kansas City.” That’s an honor for a teacher in specialties including woodshop, agriculture, auto body, video production, computer, business, and her specialty, Family and Consumer Sciences, for which Handugan also is being honored by the organization today, with the “outstanding service to Family and Consumer Sciences” awards. Congratulations!

SIDE NOTE: While teachers and staff start back sooner, this year’s first day of classes for Seattle Public Schools is four weeks from tomorrow – Wednesday, September 3.

3 Comments

  1. Fantastic! So great to see our educators honored and ones who are examples of what can be for our kids!

    Comment by Beth — 11:33 am August 5, 2014 #

  2. Way to go, so proud & happy for you! Such a wonderful accomplishment. Big congrats!

    Comment by Sue — 8:21 am August 6, 2014 #

  3. Well deserved awards to an amazing teacher! (Chief Sealth parent)

    Comment by Lori — 12:20 pm August 6, 2014 #

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