Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Superintendent Sean Dusek stands next to BP Teachers of Excellence honorees, Wendy Todd, a teacher at Paul Banks Elementary in Homer, Julie Doepken, a teacher at William H. Seward High School in Seward, Martha Fleming of Seward High School and Jennifer Hornung, a teacher at Nikiski Middle/High School at the BP Teachers of Excellence reception in Anchorage, Alaska on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (Photo courtesy of BP Teachers of Excellence.)

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Superintendent Sean Dusek stands next to BP Teachers of Excellence honorees, Wendy Todd, a teacher at Paul Banks Elementary in Homer, Julie Doepken, a teacher at William H. Seward High School in Seward, Martha Fleming of Seward High School and Jennifer Hornung, a teacher at Nikiski Middle/High School at the BP Teachers of Excellence reception in Anchorage, Alaska on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (Photo courtesy of BP Teachers of Excellence.)

Peninsula educators recognized as BP Teachers of Excellence

Thirteen teachers across the state were awarded the teachers of excellence award.

Several Kenai Peninsula educators were recognized for their excellence at a statewide banquet in Anchorage on Wednesday.

Wendy Todd of Paul Banks Elementary in Homer, Jennifer Hornung of Nikiski Middle/High School in Nikiski and Julie Doepken of William H. Seward Elementary School in Seward received the BP Teachers of Excellence award.

Thirteen teachers across the state were awarded the teachers of excellence award.

Martha Fleming of Seward High School was also granted an Education Ally Award at Wednesday’s banquet.

The Alaska BP Teachers of Excellence program recognizes teachers throughout Alaska “for their dedication to teaching and for inspiring students,” according to their website. The program launched in 1995, and has awarded hundreds of teachers nominated by their peers, students, parents and community members.

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