“I am excited and honored to be chosen as the 2016 recipient of this award,” Elizabeth Ann Sanders said in a statement this week. “It is critically important that all children, despite their economic background, are positioned to turn their hopes and dreams into a reality. As educators, we must become a voice for the voiceless.”
“I am excited and honored to be chosen as the 2016 recipient of this award,” Elizabeth Ann Sanders said in a statement this week. “It is critically important that all children, despite their economic background, are positioned to turn their hopes and dreams into a reality. As educators, we must become a voice for the voiceless.”
“I am excited and honored to be chosen as the 2016 recipient of this award,” Elizabeth Ann Sanders said in a statement this week. “It is critically important that all children, despite their economic background, are positioned to turn their hopes and dreams into a reality. As educators, we must become a voice for the voiceless.”

Local educator Elizabeth Ann Sanders wins national award

February 19, 2016 12:25 PM

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