Juneauites nominated for award

Gail Greenhaigh and Katherine Pittman were nominated for the Governor’s Council on Disabilites & Special Education with an Inclusive Practice Award. The award is given to educators who work to ensure students with disabilities have the opportunity for an inclusive education with their peers as part of the general education curriculum. Nominations are made by parents, students and educators.

Greenhaigh is the Alaska Transition Outcomes Project (ATOP) Coordinator with SERRC in Juneau.

Pittman works as a special education teacher at Glacier Valley Elementary in Juneau.

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