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Posted May 24, 2012

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Tierra Antigua Teacher Recognized for Excellence in Education

Second-grade teacher Jayme Wrolstad was honored by NMASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development).

Jayme Wrolstad, a second grade teacher at Tierra Antigua Elementary, has been honored with the Excellence in Education Award by the NMASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development).

Wrolstad, who was nominated by Becky Kappus, program director at the University of Phoenix in Albuquerque, was one of ten educators to be recognized with the award. She was honored in the elementary teacher category.

 “Winners of this award are educators who are innovative in spirit and practice and dedicated to the education of New Mexico’s children,” the NMASCD said in announcing the awards.

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