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Future and Early Career Teachers are celebrated at Alpha Beta meeting

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Alpha Beta Chapter members of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society met at the El Paso Golf Club on May 17 to celebrate the accomplishments of future and early career teachers with awards.

Shelly O’Lone, left, Emma O’Lone, Lynnette Edelman and Myra Edelman are pleased about their daughters receiving chapter grants and they look forward to their years of training to become teachers.

The Alpha Chapter Grants of $200 each were awarded by Marcia Wahls (Chenoa) to two high school graduates. Recipient Emma O’Lone from Pontiac High School will be pursuing a degree in art education at Illinois State University. Lynette Edelman of Prairie Central High School will be majoring in elementary education. First, she will attend Heartland Community College and then transfer to ISU.

Brooklyn Vogel, left, Caryl Bolliger and Erin Blucker celebrate receiving Early Career Educators’ grants.

Louann Harms (Fairbury) awarded $100 Early Educator Grants to six teachers. Chapter member Margaret Dietz, who teaches middle school language arts in Batavia, plans to invest in some contemporary literature books. Carly Bolliger teaches Family and Consumer Science at Eureka High School and is purchasing non-stick pots and pans for the kitchens. Erin Blucker, a counselor at Eureka High School, will buy sensory items to help students calm down when they are talking with her, along with games to help them learn to cope with difficult situations going on in their lives.



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