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And the 2015 NC Milken Award Goes to...Science Teacher Eric Patin!

Chatham Central High School  |  Bear Creek, NC  |  Oct 15, 2015

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Eric Patin with Milken Award check

Chatham Central High School science teacher Eric Patin holds his $25,000 Milken Educator Award check surrounded by colleagues, guests and veteran Milken Educators. From left, Chatham Central High School Principal Mitchell Stensland, Chatham County Schools Superintendent Dr. Derrick D. Jordan, Tiffany Lachenmayr (NC '12), North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Professional Development Consultant and Milken Award Coordinator Dr. Sonja Brown, Cynthia Rudolph (NC '09), North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. June Atkinson, recipient Eric Patin (NC '15), Milken Educator Awards Senior Vice President Dr. Jane Foley (IN '94), Jennifer Bruney Carper (OH '04), Kimberly James (NC '10) and Angie Sigmon (NC '14).

In this series:  Eric Patin (NC '15) In this photo:  Tiffany (Lachenmayr) Palmer (NC '12)Jennifer L. Bruney Carper (OH '04)Dr. Jane Foley (IN '94)Kimberly James (NC '10)Eric Patin (NC '15)Dr. Cindy Thompson Rudolph (NC '09)Angie Sigmon (NC '14)

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  • NC Superintendent June Atkinson
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  • Eric Patin accepts Milken Award
  • Eric Patin with Milken Award check
  • Veteran Milken Educators group photo Eric Patin
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  • Congratulations Mr. Patin!!! Such a well deserved honor!! There are many students out there that will continue their education in the Science field due to your influence and excitement in the classroom. I am so glad that you are recognized for the work that you do. Congrat's and thanks for changing the lives of our youth!!!

    Posted by Cindy Koszulinski, 16/10/2015 8:02am (8 years ago)

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