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21 Putnam teachers earn STEM awards

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  BY NANCY SPENCER DHI Media Editor nspencer@delphosherald.com COLUMBUS — The Ohio Academy of Science today selected 57 Ohio schools…

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21 Putnam teachers earn STEM awards

BY NANCY SPENCER

DHI Media Editor

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COLUMBUS — The Ohio Academy of Science today selected 57 Ohio schools and 486 teachers to receive Governor’s Thomas Edison Awards for Excellence in STEM Education for their accomplishments during the 2013-2014 school year. Each school will receive a special Governor’s Award certificate and each teacher will receive a complementary membership to The Ohio Academy of Science.

Ottoville teachers are: Kyle Kumfer (technology/business), Judy Bosch (second grade), Jeanne Wehri (science/math), Andi Wertenberger (technology/English), Pam Hickey (Family Consumer Science), Susan Jones (science), Shelley Mumaw (technology coordinator), Diane Wurth (third grade), Alicia Haselman (social studies/language arts), Aaron Verhoff (math), Jim Hoersten (industrial tech), Kevin Blake (science), Sherri Edelbrock (third grade) and Jim Brown (math).