3 Cape Girardeau public school teachers receive honor | News
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - The Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce Education Committee honored three Cape Girardeau Public School District teachers-- Lee Ann Norris, Stacy Stapleton and Marty Vines-- at the Educator Appreciation Reception last week at The Venue in Cape Girardeau.
Each received the prestigious Crystal Apple Award, a $500 check and a commemorative video.
Stacy Stapleton holds a Master of Arts Degree from Nova Southeastern University, a Bachelor of Science Degree from Sterling College, and an Associate Degree from Hutchinson Community College. Ms. Stapleton began her teaching career in 1992 at Lincoln Elementary School in Hays, Kansas.
Lee Ann Norris received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Southeast Missouri State University. She holds a certification in Exceptional Child Education with K-12 certification for the Trainable and Severely Handicapped. Ms. Norris began her career in teaching at the State Schools for the Severely Handicapped in Missouri and taught for St. Louis Special School District for twelve years prior to coming to Central High School.
Marty Vines holds a Masters of Education Degree from William Woods University, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education, as well as Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Southeast Missouri State University. Mr. Vines began his teaching career in 2001 at Scott County Central High School.
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