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Cache Education Foundation Presents 2013 Awards
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The Cache Education Foundation is such an amazing foundation that helps to raise and distribute funds to Cache County School District schools. Since opening in 1988, they have raised and distributed over 3 million dollars for the students and faculty of the school district. The foundation is managed by an 18 member volunteer board that is so gracious to do this.  The Cache Education Foundation’s mission is “to assist the Cache County School District in providing a quality teaching and learning environment for students through funds and resources received from conscientious community and business members.”  We at Lasting Engraving would like to thank all of the amazing volunteers and donors for making this foundation possible.

One of the awards that the foundation presented to educators this year was the “Hansen Honorarium Award” which is given to one faculty member at both Skyview and Mountain Crest.  This award is funded by Dell Loy Hansen in honor of his mother Belva Hansen who is now a retired teacher.  Students vote on the teacher who has had an impact on their lives and explain how.

Another award they presented is the “Hat’s Off Award.”  Faculty from several different schools received this prestigious award. Nominations for this award are submitted by students, parents, community members, teachers, administrators, PTA and school community councils.  Lasting Engraving in Logan, UT, would like to thank all the teachers who benefit our children even through the barriers they are given.

For more information on custom awards, please contact Lasting Engraving in Logan, UT, at 435-752-5433.

 

Photos below, from top left to bottom right

Jennifer Croft – Sunrise Elementary – “Hat’s Off Award”

Margaret Obray – Mountain Crest High School – “Hansen Honorarium Award”

Holli Jackson – Birch Creek Elementary – “Hat’s Off Award”

Brian Heinsohn – River Heights Elementary – “Hat’s Off Award”

Jennifer Croft Margaret Obray2 Holli Jackson Brian Heinsohn

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