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    Jessica Monfils announced 2018 Nancy Johnson Outstanding New Professional Teacher of the Year
    Posted on 08/31/2018
    Jessica Monfils poses for a photo with her award

    Jessica Monfils announced 2018 Nancy Johnson Outstanding New Professional Teacher of the Year

    Jessica Monfils, family and consumer sciences teacher at Ingraham High School was recently announced as the 2018 Nancy Johnson New Professional Teacher of the Year by the Washington Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Educators (WA-FACSE).

    Typically, family and consumer sciences educators teach subjects such as culinary arts, nutrition, early childhood education, leadership principles, financial literacy, and more. To be considered for the recognition, colleagues or administrators must nominate the educator for their commitment to teaching community service, leadership, innovation, and outstanding teaching.

    In her second year teaching family and consumer sciences education at Ingraham High School, Monfils is being recognized as a leader in her building, the district, and state. She is heralded for her leadership in furthering community improvement, innovation in the Career and Technical Education program, and excellent contributions to student learning and success. Monfils has held leadership roles in family and consumer science organizations throughout her professional career and is an active member of WA-FACSE.

    In April 2019, her application will move on to the Washington Association of Career and Technical Education for Washington Association (WA-ACTE) for Career and Technical Education New Teacher of the Year consideration. This award winner will be announced in early August at the WA-ACTE Summer Conference.

    Read more about Career and Technical Education at Seattle Public Schools.