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KSL NewsRadio and Cyprus Credit Union are honoring Utah Teachers! Now more than ever, we recognize the incredible ways that educators go above and beyond every day.

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  • April 24, 2013

    Kyle Brady – Tooele High School

    Mr. Brady, or Coach Brady as he is better known, is a teacher at Tooele high school as well as the head football coach. He teaches the special needs classes at the school but is far more than a teacher to these students. It is clearly obvious that Coach Brady cares about his students. Not […]
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  • April 24, 2013

    Wendy Hawkins – Primary Children’s Middle School

    Wendy is a teacher at Primary Children’s Middle School and one that deserves to be recognized for her outstanding abilities and for going above and beyond as a role of teacher in her students lives. Wendy is not your average teacher with your average classroom. She is the teacher of patients that are in the […]
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  • April 24, 2013

    Sandra Woodward – Granger High School

    Granger high school has received a lot of media coverage in the past year or so regarding a new top of the line football stadium and a complete remodel of the institution itself. Though these improvements are definitely worth celebrating, it would be criminal to overlook the contributions and achievements of one of their most […]
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  • April 24, 2013

    Wayne Stevenson – Wahlquist Junior High School

    I am writing to nominate a former teacher of mine, Wayne Stevenson, for the KSL Teacher Feature Award. Mr. Stevenson has had a great influence on my life ever since I had him at Wahlquist Junior High, in classes in World Geography and American History. Even before I started class with Mr. Stevenson, I was […]
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  • April 24, 2013

    Bill Mattingly – Alta High School

    Dear Teacher Feature Judges, I am happy to forward the attached essays nominating Mr. William “Bill” Mattingly, Alta High School’s band and orchestra teacher for KSL’s Teacher Feature award. These essays are from each of my sons who had Mr. Mattingly as their orchestra and band teacher from when he first started his teaching career […]
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  • January 22, 2013

    Janell Stockman – Crescent Elementary School

    My son had Mrs. Stockman last year and I feel I would be ungrateful if I did not take this opportunity to nominate her for this honor. She is the favorite teacher of most past students and is a truly loving and warm person. My son Ian has learning difficulties and struggles keeping up in […]
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  • January 17, 2013

    Sherry Duncan – Lone Peak High School

    I’d like to nominate Ms. Duncan who teaches psychology, speech and debate at Lone Peak High School. Ms. Duncan has coached debate for over 20 years. One of the students that she coached was my daughter Emma. Ms. Duncan spent countless hours coaching her and the rest of the team. In her senior year, Emma […]
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  • January 8, 2013

    Laurie Perkins – Rose Springs Elementary School

    As a new elementary school mother, I wasn’t sure which teacher would be the best for my soon to be 1st grade daughter. One day after volunteering in her kindergarten class, I prayerfully walked down the 1st grade hall hoping to grasp the 1st grade teachers’ personalities from a glance through their classroom door windows. […]
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  • January 2, 2013

    Barry Pewtress – Spectrum Academy High School

    I am nominating my High School English teacher Mr. Barry Pewtress at Spectrum Academy a charter school for students with high functioning Autism for the Zion’s Bank Teacher Feature. I am nominating him because of his commitment to helping his students reach their full potential. Mr. Barry really cares about us; he never gives up […]
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  • December 21, 2012

    Debbie Carter – Morgan Elementary School

    I am nominating Mrs. Carter because of what she has done for my daughter. My daughter had a very hard teacher last year, he was constantly taking away their recesses, art time, and yelling at them. She developed severe anxiety about going to school. Last school year I ended up having to homeschool her because […]
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  • December 19, 2012

    Chip Hayes – South Summit Middle School

    Hi my name is Austin and I just want to tell you about my History teacher Mr. Hayes. I think he is the best teacher I have ever had. He teaches from his past experiences and not from a text book. He makes class so fun and all of the kids love him. He has […]
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  • December 17, 2012

    Robert Cox – South Davis Junior High School (Retired)

    CORRECTION: The previous article stated that Austin was the author of this teacher nomination. Tom Tripp is the correct author for this letter. Apologies for the error. Thank you, This tribute is long overdue. I’m 59 now, but in 1966 I was starting 8th grade at South Davis Jr. High. I was assigned to teacher, […]
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