Woodstown High School Teacher in Running for National Award

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WOODSTOWN, N.J. -

A teacher in Salem County has been named a finalist for a national award.

Officials with the Association for Career and Technical Education have announced that Deanna Miller, a teacher of agriculture at Woodstown High School, is the 2018 ACTE Region I New Teacher of the Year, and is one of five finalists for the 2019 national title.

The award recognizes new career and technical education teachers who have made significant contributions toward innovative and unique career and technical education programs, and have shown a professional commitment early in their careers.

Miller will attend the ACTE Excellence Awards Banquet in San Antonio, Texas, where the winning teacher will be announced on Wednesday, November 28th.

For more information about the ACTE Excellence Awards, visit acteonline.org.

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