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St. Paul Teacher Wins Wal-Mart's Teacher of the Year Contest

July 3, 2003 - Great teachers deserve to be recognized. Ken Coutu, Assistant Manager for Wal-Mart Sudbury, recently presented Janet Carscallen, a Grade 2/3 teacher at St. Paul The Apostle School in Coniston with a special certificate in Wal-Mart’s “Teacher of the Year” contest. Mrs. Carscallen has been teaching for 32 years and was nominated for this prestigious award by the students who wrote letters to Wal-Mart explaining why she should be “Teacher of the Year.”

For the seventh year, Wal-Mart partnered with Phi Delta Kappa International, the world's leading education association, to implement the annual teacher recognition program. Wal-Mart's Teacher of the Year program is one of the largest teacher recognition programs in North America. SCDSB is very proud of Mrs. Carscallen and the students that honoured her. Congratulations!



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