Miami Trace High School agriculture teacher Wendi Mizer Stachler was surprised Friday with an announcement that she was named one of 10 finalists for the 2019-2020 Golden Owl/Ag Teacher of the Year.
According to information from account executive Shawnda Vega with Nationwide — the sponsor of the award — the Ohio FFA and Ohio Farm Bureau have selected 10 honorees in the state. All 10 will be finalists for the Ag Teacher of the Year which will be announced at the FFA convention in the spring of this year. These finalists were all honored at some point with an announcement and a check for $500 for all of their work in teaching agriculture to students and helping to prepare them for work in the agricultural industry.
“We are incredibly proud of Ms. Stachler and our entire agriculture program,” Miami Trace High School Principal Rob Enochs said following the announcement Friday. “She is a quality instructor who brings great opportunities to our students. I know one of the comments from her nomination made a reference to the fact they were an old student of hers who is now in the agricultural industry. She has done great work in impacting the lives of students and helping…
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