Alison Lincoln, an exceptional staff member at Churchill School in Homewood, was presented the District 153 Morin Award for Excellence Monday, Feb. 9, for her outstanding efforts with students and colleagues.
Lincoln, who started with the district as a 4th grade classroom teacher, moved to a reading specialist position after earning a master’s degree. She has helped revamp the program for struggling readers, and “is the biggest advocate for kids that I’ve ever known,” said Cece Coffey, principal at Churchill.
Coffey said Lincoln’s colleagues appreciate . . .
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