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Kentucky
Purchase Area Writing Project

February 2005
The Fall 1997 edition of the Kentucky English Bulletin featured pieces by Billy Stegall, 1997 fellow, Therolyn Parker, 1995 fellow, and Doris Cella, PAWP co-director, in a section devoted to "Stories in the Teaching of English."

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

September 2001
Melinda Miller Campbell, 1994 fellow, was honored twice with Outstanding Educator Awards from the Governor’s Scholars Program this summer. Miller Campbell is an English teacher at Barren County High School.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

February 2002
Laura Dibert Williams, 1996 fellow, was named the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year 2002. Dibert Williams teaches at Henderson County High School.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

February 2002
Anne Padilla, 1989 fellow, traveled for the fourth time to Salzburg, Austria, in March 2002 to visit English classes and talk about education in the United States, politics, and literature. At the National Council of Teachers of English 2001 Conference in Baltimore, Padilla participated in a panel session titled “Finished? Never!: Weaving a Continuous Web with Literature in the Classroom.” Padilla teaches at Bowling Green High School in Bowling Green.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

November 2002
Patrice McCrary, 2000 fellow, was named Kentucky Teacher of the Year as well as Kentucky Elementary Teacher of the Year. McCrary was given $10,000 by Ashland Oil, Inc., and the Kentucky Department of Education will provide her with a professional development opportunity of her choosing. McCrary teaches kindergarten at Cumberland Trace Elementary School in Bowling Green.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

January 2003

Darryl Dockery, 2000 fellow, received the Kentucky High School Music Teacher of the Year Award at the Kentucky State Music Educators Convention in February.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

May 2003
Stacy Arndell Higgs, 1998 fellow, and Thomas Moudry, 1999 fellow, published a book entitled Women of the Woods (Elmore, 2003). The book is a series of short stories that center around the fantasy art work of Larry Elmore.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

May 2003
Letitia Hughes, 1996 fellow, won the Kentucky State Business and Professional Women’s Young Careerist contest in Paducah in May.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

May 2003
Kyllie Doughty, 2003 fellow, received the Excellence in Teaching Award from Campbellsville University. Doughty was nominated for her school district, Butler County Schools, and received the award for the middle school level.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

August 2004
Darryl Dockery, 2000 fellow, was named the Kentucky Music Educators Association's High School Music Teacher of the Year for the third district of Kentucky.  Dockery was also nominated for the Kentucky Music Education Association's State Music Teacher of the Year.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

September 2004
Cheryl Gant, 1999 fellow, was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award by Campbellsville University, Columbia.  Gant is a teacher at College View Middle School in Owensboro.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

September 2004

Carol Huber, 1998 fellow, was awarded the Outstanding Teacher Award 2000-2001 at her school, Bonnieville Elementary, in Bonnieville.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

September 2004
Galena Fulkerson, 1992 fellow and language arts supervisor for McLean County Schools, reports that two of McLean County Title 1 elementary schools were deemed State Distinguished Schools recently.  Only six schools in the state of Kentucky won this prestigious award.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004

Alice Cantrell, 1998-99 Fellow, from Natcher Elementary School in Bowling Green, was one of four Kentucky mathematics educators who received the Mathematics Education Service and Achievement Award for outstanding work and service to the mathematics community.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004

Linda Webb, 1998-99 Fellow from Franklin-Simpson Middle School in Franklin, KY, was inducted into The Kentucky Speech Teacher's Hall of Fame at the 2000 State Speech Tournament.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004

Michelle Pedigo, 1992-93 Fellow, was named the 2001 National Principal of the Year—Middle Level, by the NASSP in October 2000. Michelle is currently Director of Secondary Education for the Barren County School District.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004
Melinda Campbell, a teacher at Barren County High School, was recently recognized for the second time in Who's Who Among American High School Teachers.  During the last two summers, she received Outstanding Educator Awards from the Kentucky Governors' Scholars Program.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004
Donna Vincent, co-director, created a Kentucky Educational Television videotape series entitled "Balancing Reading and Writing."  The tapes featured Tara Whitmer and her 4th-6th grade students at Graham Elementary School.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004
Galena Fulkerson, 1992 fellow, wrote project programs for two schools in McLean County, which received Title I Distinguished Awards.  Calhoun received a National Award and Livermore received a state award.  Galena was sent to Indianapolis to receive the National Award, one of only two given to the state; McLean County was the only district in the state to receive two rewards.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

October 2004
The 1999-2000 Outstanding Graduate Student Award for the School of Integrative Studies in Teacher Education was awarded to Cathy Steele Vinson, on April 19, 2000, at the Outstanding Graduate Student Awards Ceremony held in Garrett Conference Center.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

November 2004
Denise Reetzke, 1990 fellow, has been informed that one of her students was recognized by the NCTE as part of the “2001 Promising Young Writers Program for Eighth-Grade Students.” The student was one of only six selected from Kentucky. Reetzke is a language arts teacher at Franklin-Simpson Middle School.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

December 2004
Jan Lanham, 1988 fellow, was named one of Ashland Oil Inc.'s Ten Outstanding Kentucky Teachers.  Jan teaches at Glasscock Elementary School in Lebanon, KY.  She will receive a $2,500 cash award from Ashland.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

January 2005

Anne Padilla, 1989 fellow, is one of 30 invited to participate in The College Board Learning Collaborative, a pilot program that will combine the most effective technological tools with the best teaching practices to create a powerful resource for Advanced Placement teachers in English literature.  Anne teaches at Bowling Green High School.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

January 2005
Alice Cantrell, 1998 fellow, has been selected to receive the Sigma Xi Outstanding Elementary Science/Mathematics Teacher Award for 1999.  Alice teaches at Natcher Elementary School in Bowling Green, KY.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

January 2005
Becky Duncan, 1988 fellow, is principal of L.C. Curry Elementary School in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  Her school was recently recognized for showing the most improvement of any school in the state, based on a comparison of scores from the first cycle of tests in 1993-4, and the second testing cycle in 1997-8.  Her school's scores on the KIRIS tests (Kentucky Instructional Results Informational System increased by 89%.

Kentucky
Western Kentucky University Writing Project

February 2005
Karen Alford, 1996 fellow and Elementary Curriculum Coordinator at Rich Pond Elementary in Bowling Green, was primary author and editor of her school's successful National Blue Ribbon School application.  She was recognized for the award in November 1997 by Hillary Clinton in Washington D.C.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

December 2004
Robley Hood, 1992 fellow, is publishing a piece entitled "Senior Poetry Project" that is to be included in IDEAS Plus Book 17, scheduled for publication by NCTE in fall 1999.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

January 2005
Barry Lemoine, 1990 fellow, was chosen Community Leader of the Year, WalMart Corporation, Andrew Jackson High School, Chalmette, Louisiana.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

January 2005
Patricia Ward, 1993 fellow, was given the Tolerance Education Award from Diboll Foundation for her work in teaching about race relations and tolerance.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

January 2005
Alice Lewis, 1993 fellow, won the new Orleans Council of International Reading Association's Reading Teacher of the Year award.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

January 2005
Robley Hood, 1991 fellow, received a scholarship from the English Speaking Union to attend the Summer Program in English Literature at Oxford University.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

February 2005
Barry Lemoine, English teacher at Andrew Jackson High School in Chalmette, LA, was the recipient, along with science teacher Sheri Jones, of a $900 grant from Bell South for their "Project TREES," (TREES=Teaching Real Experience through English and Science).  In 1996-7, their students visited swamps, wrote essays, and then a script for a video.  Their final product was an activity booklet for 5th graders which the high school students brought to them and worked on with them.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

February 2005
Barry Lemoine and Sheri Jones received a $1,000 grant from the Louisiana Department of Education to produce a mural and a gazebo-type structure for the school courtyard.  The mural is titled "Lewis and Clark's Expedition" and reflects the history, literature, and science of the 1800-1850 period.  The mural consists of 120 ceiling tiles and remains in the school.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

February 2005
Alice L. Lewis, who teaches academically gifted third through sixth graders at V.C. Jones Elementary School in New Orleans, received GNOWP's Cresap S. Watson Innovative Teaching Award this year for her programs in literature-based reading and writing as well as writing with math.  Alice has conducted the site's inservice program for Orleans Parish teachers for two years.  She received $500 at GNOWP's year-end meeting in May 1997.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

February 2005
Mary Jean Braun received the "Outstanding Master's Thesis" Award in the English Department at the University of New Orleans for "Freshman Composition: An Investigation into University Literacy" in spring 1997.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

February 2005
James Kirylo, 1996-7 Louisiana Elementary Teacher of the Year, co-authored "This Is My Writing: Reaffirming Our Beliefs in Journal Writing" with Courtney Millet, published in The Whole Idea, a newsletter for Innovative Teachers, winter 1997.

Louisiana
Greater New Orleans Writing Project

February 2005
Troy Vachetta published his article "Setting a Dining Room Table with a Novel Portfolio" in The Louisiana English Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1997.

Louisiana
Louisiana State University Writing Project

September 2002
Mary Beth Anderson, 1995 fellow, received the Faye Hutchinson Award, which is given to a teacher-consultant who demonstrates commitment and dedication to writing and the teaching of writing and who is recognized as a leader in the writing project. Anderson is teacher at Mimosa Park Elementary School in St. Charles Parish.

Louisiana
Louisiana State University Writing Project

August 2003
Joan Gaudet, 1993 fellow, received the Faye Hutchinson Award at the annual Louisiana State University Writing Project Convocation on June 1, 2003. The award is given each year to a teacher who demonstrates dedication, excellence, and leadership in the teaching of writing. Gaudet teaches at Allemands Elementary School in Des Allemands.

Louisiana
Louisiana State University Writing Project

October 2004
Angela Lange, 2000 fellow, received the David England Teacher-Researcher Award, which is given to a teacher-consultant who will conduct research on some aspect of reading or writing in the classroom. Lange will study the affects of reader’s workshop on high school students’ reading comprehension and reading attitudes. Lange is a language arts teacher at Destrehan High School in St. Charles Parish.

Louisiana
LSUS Writing Project

January 2005
Anne Anderson, a 1989 fellow who is active in many of the writing project's initiatives, published an article "Doing Poetry" in Voices From the Middle, 6 (December 1998): 28-36.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

October 2002
Cathy Kiffe, 2002 fellow, participated in a project entitled “American Frontiers: A Public Lands Journey,” sponsored by National Geographic. Kiffe traveled with her team, entirely on public lands, from the Mexican border west of Las Cruces, New Mexico, towards Salt Lake City, Utah, for National Public Lands Day on September 28, 2002. View her daily journal at www.americanfrontiers.org.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

December 2003
Kevin McGowan, 2000 fellow, published a chapbook of poetry, Rubric (Pudding House Press, 2003).

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

December 2003
Cynthia Lassalle, 2001 fellow; Nettie McDaniel, 2003 fellow; and Lisa Meaux, 2003 fellow; received National Board certification.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

September 2004
In February, Sandy Hebert LaBry, supervisor of English, Speech, and Foreign Languages for the Lafayette Parish School Board, was elected to serve on the Kennedy Center's Partners in Education Program Advisory Board.  She is one of seven people who serve in this capacity.  The three-year term involves participation in developing program policy, structuring the annual meeting, and maintaining strong communication with a regional sector within the network.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

October 2004
Paul Butler, teacher-consultant, published a review of Kathleen E. Welch's Electric Rhetoric: Classical Rhetoric, Oralism, and a New Literacy  in the June 2000 issue of Journal of College Writing (June 2000), and an article entitled "Toward a Pedagogy of Writing Immersion: Using Imitation in the Composition Classroom" in the June 2001 issue.  He won first place in the graduate research essay category of the LACC Writing Competition 2000.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

October 2004
Caroline Ancelet, 1993 fellow, has been named Teacher of the Year by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.  She will be honored at a ceremony at the Governor's Mansion.  She is noted for her leadership role in the statewide Louisiana Writing Project's Biennual Festival of Writers.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

October 2004
Suzanne Moore, 1995 fellow, won the Myra Faye Managing Editor of the Year award for the Moody Company of papers.  The corporation owns 31 newspapers in Louisiana and other parts of the South.  She is also a finalist for best feature news story and a finalist for best editorial at the upcoming Louisiana Newspaper Association banquet.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

November 2004
Lisa Meaux, 2003 fellow, had “Acts of Contrition,” a piece of creative nonfiction, published in the online journal Literary Mama at www.literarymama.com.

Louisiana
National Writing Project of Acadiana

November 2004
Mary Caroline Ancelet, 1994 fellow, has been named the 2000 Humanities Teacher of the Year by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.  She teaches English and French at Acadiana High School in Scott, Louisiana.

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