Primrose teacher named county caregiver of the yearSeven teachers from Primrose School of Woodbury were nominated by parents of the children in their care as “Center Caregiver of the Year in Washington County.”
By: Special to the Bulletin, Woodbury Bulletin
Seven teachers from Primrose School of Woodbury were nominated by parents of the children in their care as “Center Caregiver of the Year in Washington County.”
The top honor has been awarded to Megan Hipsher, a lead teacher in Primrose’s young infants classroom. Hipsher was scheduled to receive her award and be recognized in a ceremony on June 3 at the Minnesota Child Care Resource and Referral office in Stillwater.
The other nominated Primrose teachers were Krystal Shatek, early preschool; Abbey Duval, infants; Shawn Dow, early preschool; Angie Heffron, young toddlers; Christina Kirkwood, preschool; and Melissa Borner, pre-kindergarten.
“I was so amazed by the comments I received about the teachers at Primrose School of Woodbury from the nominations for Caregiver of the Year. Thank you for the impact you are making to your families everyday,” said Holly Weisert, CCR&R Washington County coordinator. “Not enough people value the time and effort on educating our early learners; you all should be proud that you are supported by many. As a former preschool teacher and a child care advocate, I want to thank you for all that you do.”
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