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Stoddard teacher among Otter honorees

April 29, 2014

Morning News-Lisa Lete Blackfoot school teacher Melissa Hunt, who teaches first grade at Stoddard Elementary School, was happy to stand with Blackfoot Farmers Insurance agent, Gina Wixom, upon receiving a check for $2,500 from Idaho Governor "Butch" Otter at Tyhee Elementary School in Chubbuck on Tuesday.

Longtime Blackfoot school teacher Melissa Hunt was among four Idaho teachers to receive a grant for $2,500 and to be honored by Idaho Governor "Butch" Otter on Tuesday. The event at Tyhee Elementary School in Chubbuck was through the Farmers Insurance "Thank A Million Teachers" program. Hunt teaches first grade at I.T. Stoddard Elementary School. The other three teachers were Sandy Andrus, Linda Empey and Shelley Hardenbrook, all teachers at Tyhee Elementary School.
The four Idaho teachers were among 30 national winners, and were among the top six to gather the most votes (via social media) for the education proposal in their region. Across the nation, nearly 2,000 teachers submitted proposals for the "Thank A Million Teachers" program this year.
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