Michelle Mosiman receives teacher of the year award

Staff writer

Former Peabody resident Michelle Mosiman, was honored April 29 and named Teacher of the Year by Butcher-Greene Elementary School in the Grandview school district in Missouri.

Mosiman has spent eight years in the Grandview District, four at Butcher-Greene where she serves as instructional coach for the school’s teachers and staff.

Her duties include working with teachers in various areas such as lesson planning, individual instruction, and improving student achievement. Butcher-Greene Elementary has about 400 students in kindergarten through fifth grade.

Mosiman is a 1999 graduate of Peabody-Burns High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in 2003 from Emporia State University and master’s degree from University of Missouri in 2004.

She is the daughter of Verna Mosiman and the late LeRoy Mosiman of Peabody.

 

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