Scott Magnet Teacher to be Inducted into Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Scott Dual Language Magnet physical education teacher, Pat Nash—she will be inducted into the Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame this weekend!

Nash, who has taught in Topeka Public Schools since 1979 and at Scott since 2011, will join just eight other Kansas teachers being inducted this year. According to the Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame website, the museum “is dedicated to the early and present day teachers who have devoted their lives to this fine profession. Visitors can find photos and stories about Kansas' best and brightest teaching professionals.”  The Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame is located in Dodge City, Kansas, and features only 400 teachers, out of the many thousands of educators who have taught in our state.

Nash was nominated for this honor by Ethel Edwards, who will be on hand at the induction ceremony, which will take place on Saturday, June 4th.

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