STRATHAM – The New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women (NHFRW) has chosen their teacher of the year! Carolyn Kelley is the deserving choice and teaches at the Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter.

Ms. Kelley created the program for Biotechnology which serves six schools in the Seacoast area. With her credentials and organizational ability her students at The Regional Technical Center, grades 10-12, are well prepared for further education and a career in this important field. These students have all thrived, learned and succeeded.

As for careers, her students are enthused about learning and have high expectations for themselves and their future. What could be more rewarding in the future than a good base in Biotechnology? The future looks bright for the field with classes growing at SST under Ms. Kelley leadership.

She was chosen by NHFRW to compete with nominees from the other states for National Teacher of the year. The selection will be announced at the biennial Federation of Republican Women’s convention which will be held in September in Palm Springs.

Close in the voting was Pamela Ean who teaches Spanish and German to students in grades 9-12 in Merrimack Valley High School located in Concord. Ms. Ean has a unique way of getting the students to learn. In other words, let’s have fun by translating songs into the language that they are learning. While Ms. Ean plays guitar they serenade other class rooms and students.

Aren’t students fortunate to have teachers such as Ms. Kelley and Ms. Ean? Furthermore, isn’t New Hampshire fortunate to have these teachers to lead our students.

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