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Catherine Miller Explorer Awards Winners/Trips

2018
Laney Berry—Belize and Guatemala
Debra Dunsmore—Australia and New Zealand
Pamela Joslyn—South Africa/Namibia/Botswana/Zimbabwe

2017
Sarah Meyers (Franklin & McKinley)—Thailand/Laos/Vietnam/Cambodia

2016
Jessica Jones (Jefferson)—Thailand
Amy Skidmore (Madison)—New Zealand

2015
Sara Alvidrez (MHS)—Namibia/South Africa
Leslie Bennett (Grant)—Brazil/Peru

2014
Penny Morter (Madison)—Myanmar/Burma
Jessica Blanchard (CMS & WMS)—Australia

2013
Jan Fear (Washington)—China
Ashley Mohror (Colorado)—Galapagos/Central Peru

2012
Adam Wiley—Israel/Jordan (MHS)
Andrea Wilford (MHS)—China

2011
Donna Godden-Alloway (Madison)—Australia/New Zealand/Figi

2010
Darcy Hendriks (MHS)—South Africa

2009
Joshua Hanna (MHS)—Galapagos
Kristen Parsons (Washington)—Mediterranean Empires

2008
Robin Griggs—Australia (CMS)
Sue Johannsen (WMS)—Iceland

2007
Rachelle Schneider (Madison)—Tanzania
Kathy Haltmeyer (CMS)—Rome, Italy

2006
Carol Kula (CMS)—Peru
Karen Hartman (Colorado)—Tanzania/Kenya

2005
Robin Fields (MHS)—Greece
Betty Wood (CMS)—Galapagos

 

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Attention all full-time Muscatine Community School District and Saints Mary and Mathias Catholic School K-12 teachers, for the 2019-2020 school year, the Stanley Foundation announces: Catherine Miller Explorer Awards. Enter the drawing.

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