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Missouri Association of Rural Education


2001 Outstanding Rural Building Administrator

Janice Hogan

has been a member of the Humansville School District for twenty-four years.  Beginning as a classroom instructor and then moving to the position of High School Principal.  Ms. Hogan has the reputation of being consistently fair in . . .

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2001 Outstanding Rural Elementary Teacher

Suzanne McCrea

has been a member of the Kings City R-I School District instructional staff for the past 17 years.   She and her family have been part of the King City rural community for generations passed.  Mrs. McCrea holds a deserving . . .

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2001 Outstanding Rural School District

Santa Fe R-X School District

The Santa Fe R-I School District is a small rural district located in parts of Lafayette and Saline Counties.  The communities served by the school district are Alma, Blackburn, Grand Pass, and Waverly.  The Patrons of the district . . .

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2001 Outstanding Rural Secondary Teacher

Robert Dooley

is currently the Director of Music with the Clark County R-I School District in Kahoka, Missouri, In his position, Mr. Dooley teaches instrumental music to students in grades 5-12 and chorus to students in grades 7-12.  His extra duty . . .

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2001 Outstanding Rural Support Staff Member

Mary Lou Jerome

is currently secretary to the Superintendent as well as the Board Secretary for the Chilhowee R-IV School District.  "Loyal," "tactful," "thoughtful," "dependable," "professional," and "happy to serve the school district and community," . . .

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Outstanding Rural Administrator

Jan Glenn

Jan Glenn is currently the Superintendent of the Avenue City R-IX School District in Cosby, Missouri.  Mrs. Glenn is in her seventh year at Avenue City.  Mrs. Glenn is described as a visionary.  She has set lofty academic . . .

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Outstanding Rural Board Member

Norma Lea Mihalevich

Travel around the state of Missouri and hear reference to the Crocker School District, the first thought that may come to mind is Norma Lea Mihalevich.  Mrs. Mihalevich's name has been synonymous with Crocker for many years. . . .

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