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Tech Specialist Jennifer Reaves Wins WV Milken Award

Jennifer Reaves (WV '18)   |   Mylan Park Elementary School  |  Morgantown, WV  |  Dec 11, 2018

Good morning, Morgantown! West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Paine is visiting Mylan Park Elementary, one of the state's Technology Model Schools—and also, it turns out, an educator who played a large part in winning the funding to transform the school into a high-tech hub. When Dr. Jane Foley, senior vice president of the Milken Educator Awards, surprises technology specialist Jennifer Reaves with West Virginia's 2018-19 Milken Educator Award, the teacher's life is changed forever.

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  • It was a real joy meeting you. Take a deep breath and relax, everything will be fine. You were chosen because of what you have done. The future is a blank slate and you can write on it what ever you want. One thing I forgot to mention, you now have instant credulity in the educational community. You will receive requests for information, to present workshops, guest lectures at Universities, State and National conferences. One word of advice, don't be afraid to say "NO". It is very easy to over extend yousellf. In short, welcome to the top of the mountain.

    Posted by Edward Keller III (WV '90), 11/12/2018 12:02pm (7 months ago)

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