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Kansas Master Teacher Recognition Day

Kansas Master Teacher Recognition Day

Each year, selected teachers are recognized during a special Kansas Master Teacher Recognition Day at Emporia State University. During the day, the teachers participate in several activities including a seminar, social, and award dinner where each teacher is honored. Through the support of the Bank of America Charitable Foundation each of the selected teachers will receive a $1,000 stipend to be used for professional learning.

The Kansas Master Teacher Program expresses appreciation for the generosity of Bank of America (formerly Nations Bank and Bank IV - Emporia). Since 1980, this bank has pledged over $100,000 to permanently endow the Master Teacher Program.

Master Teacher Day

Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, Kansas Master Teacher Day on April 1 is canceled. When it is rescheduled, information will be released through social media and on this web page. This cancellation comes as the university responds to the COVID-19 pandemic by following social distancing practices, which include avoiding mass events of congregate areas.

2:30-3:45 p.m. - Seminar for education majors at Emporia State University, W.S. & E.C. Jones Conference Center (Visser Hall, Rm 330)

5:45 p.m. - Social - Emporia State University, Memorial Union's Webb Hall Lobby

6:30 p.m. - Dinner Awards Program - Emporia State University, Memorial Union's Webb Hall

2020 Kansas Master Teacher Awards Banquet

When the 2020 Kansas Master Teacher Recognition Day is rescheduled, we will post a reservation form to attend the awards banquet.