Congratulations to Kay McLain on this recent award announcement.
The Wisconsin Rural School Association (WiRSA) Board of Directors and its Executive Director, Kim Kaukl, recognized Florence County High School business education teacher and Fab Lab director, Mrs. Kay McLain, as the 2017 Rural School Teacher of the Year at its annual conference. The award was presented at the Glacier Canyon Conference Center on October 30 in Wisconsin Dells during a luncheon at WiRSA’s annual conference.
The Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance (WiRSA) Board of Directors established this award to recognize a teacher who has made significant contributions to his/her rural school district. To be nominated you must be a teacher in a WiRSA member school district. Award winners will be selected by the WiRSA Board of Directors Executive Committee. The WiRSA Rural Teacher of the Year will be an automatic finalist in the National Monsanto Fund Rural Teacher of the Year competition coordinated by the National Rural Education Association.