2007 Kansas
Master Teachers


Rob Davis

Gifted Education
USD 229 Blue Valley


Robin Dixon

Sixth Grade
USD 437 Auburn/Washburn


Shelley Faerber

Seventh Grade Language Arts
USD 383 Manhattan/Ogden


Diane Ladenburger

Kindergarten
USD 382 Pratt


Marilyn McComber

Secondary Science Teacher
USD 253 Emporia


Angela Miller

Math Coach & Eighth Grade Teacher
USD 475 Junction City


Elouise Miller

Kindergarten
USD 489 Hays


Tes Mehring*

Kansas Master Teacher Award


2007 Kansas Master Teachers

From left to right: Elouise Miller, Shelley Faerber, Diane Ladenburger, Angela Miller, Marilyn McComber, Rob Davis, and Robin Dixon

2007 Kansas Master Teachers Announced

Spring 2007

Emporia State University announces seven teachers as the 2007 Kansas Master Teachers. They are Rob Davis, Blue Valley; Robin Dixon, Auburn Washburn; Shelley R. Faerber, Manhattan-Ogden; Diane Ladenburger, Pratt; Marilyn McComber, Emporia; Angela K. Miller, Junction City; and Elouise Miller, Hays.

The Kansas Master Teacher Award celebrated its 54th anniversary this year with the induction of the teachers on March 7.

Emporia State University has honored 384 teachers since the annual award was founded in 1954. According to awards committee chairman Lori Mann, Kansas Master Teachers are educators who have “served the profession long and well, and who also typify the good qualities of earnest and conscientious teachers.”

Nominations come from local teacher associations, educational organizations and colleagues. A committee representing educational organizations across Kansas selects the finalists in February. The seven chosen teachers will be honored with a day of tours, seminars and receptions on March 7 at Emporia State University.

Bank of America has underwritten the Kansas Master Teachers program for over 20 years.

 


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