CU honors teachers at ceremony
Published 8:37 am Wednesday, June 14, 2017
CAMPBELLSVILLE – At THE 31th annual Excellence in Teaching Awards program, Campbellsville University recognized 190 teachers from 69 school districts. A total of 3,580 teachers have been recognized for their teaching excellence throughout the years.
The Excellence in Teaching Awards program is in partnership with Lexington’s CBS-affiliate, WKYT-TV.
Award winners from Danville Indpendat Schools are:
Angie Holderman, Hogsett Elementary School; Sarah Wall, Bate Middle School; and Logan Scisco, Danville High School.
Holderman is a second-grade teacher at Mary G. Hogsett Elementary School, where she, except from 2005 to 2007, has been teaching since 1994.
Holderman graduated from Boyle County High School in 1989, obtained her bachelor of science in elementary education in 1994 from Georgetown College. In 2000, she graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a master of arts in elementary education.
She is married to Chad Holderman. They have two children, Lauren and Morgan Holderman.
Wall is an eighth-grade social studies teacher at Bate Middle School, where she has been working since 2009. She graduated from Boyle County High School in 2003, obtained her bachelor of arts degree in 2008 from Morehead State University. In 2016, she obtained her master of arts degree from Eastern Kentucky University. She is married to Brad Wall, and her parents are Nancy Robertson and Gary Chidester, both from Danville.
Scisco is a history teacher for 10th to 12th grades at Danville High School, where he has been teaching since 2011, and also where he graduated in 2004. He attended Western Kentucky University and obtained his bachelor of arts in history and social studies in 2008, a master of arts in secondary education in 2011 and a master of arts in history in 2014. His parents are Jane and Patrick Scisco from Danville.