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Reese's Angie Rogan chosen as Lodi Unified School District's Teacher of the Year

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Posted: Saturday, April 17, 2010 12:00 am

Reese Elementary special education teacher Angie Rogan was recently chosen as Lodi Unified's Teacher of the Year, an honor she is humbled to receive.

"I share this award with the other teachers at Reese. They are an outstanding group of educators. They've raised the bar for me and encouraged me to excel in my job," she said, adding that she's "blessed" to be part of collaborative team headed by Principal Celeste Bordner that works together for students.

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  • posted at 6:24 am on Mon, Apr 19, 2010.


    Congratulations Ms. Rogan! What a great accomplishment!

  • posted at 1:09 pm on Sat, Apr 17, 2010.


    Too bad there isn't a teacher of the month, voted on by students and parents. Especially in High School where teachers are often not thanked for all of their dedication. Every teacher in the district brings strength to their classroom.

  • posted at 5:51 am on Sat, Apr 17, 2010.


    Congratulations to Angie Rogan! This award is well-deserved, and couldn't happen to a nicer person.Yes, there are many teachers in Lodi who are worthy of Teacher-of-the-Year, and I wish we could recognize all of them this way. That does NOT take away from Angie's achievement. Sue Kenmotsu, Lodi Education Association



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