Penn-Trafford's PRIDE Awards announced
Penn-Trafford School District officials announced the district's annual PRIDE Award recipients this week.
Individual winners were:
• Kelly Cleland, Sunrise Elementary kindergarten teacher.
• Patricia Kearns, Sunrise and McCullough elementary music teacher.
• Nicki Todd, sixth-grade teacher at Trafford Middle School.
• Brandy Lockwood, seventh-grade literature and language arts teacher at Trafford Middle School.
• Phillip Moses, high school history and civics teacher.
• Stephanie Bruggeman, high school math teacher.
Group recipients were:
• Athletic department employees Kerry Hetrick and Renee Martz.
• Harrison Park Elementary first-grade teachers Katie Caruso, Angie Mastroianni, Heather Scavincky and Mary Beth Smyda.
• Level Green News Team teachers Charles Baumgarner, Janna Belavic and Jena Huffman.
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