Keri Graybill began to question the real reason why the school had been called down to an assembly when the TV cameras began filming in her direction.
Then, when principal Danny Stirland handed the microphone to Superintendent Bates, a realization began to settle in Keri’s mind; a particularly exciting realization.
With cheers from Granite Park students and staff, Keri was announced as the 2014 Granite School District Teacher of the Year.
She will represent Granite in the Utah Teacher of the Year competition, which will be announced during the 2014/2015 school year.
John Draper says
Well deserved. Keri is a great teacher.
David Wadsworth says
Congratulations. You surely deserve it.