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N.H. Teacher of the Year honored

By Staff | Oct 10, 2019

CONCORD – On Wednesday, New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut said Kimberly Piper-Stoddard, an English teacher at Granite State High School in the Corrections Special School District, is the 2020 Teacher of the Year.

Piper Stoddard was surprised by the announcement during a ceremony at the New Hampshire State Prison for Men.

“There are many paths to bright futures. Ms. Piper-Stoddard teaches students who have gone down the wrong path, but are working to turn their lives around,” Edelblut said. “I congratulate her, and hope this well-earned award will draw attention to the great work being done at Granite State High School.”

In the words of one of her students, “Ms. Piper is excited and enthusiastic about what she teaches and it has created an overwhelming positive change in me.”


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