Bellefontaine High School students Trey Henderson and Megan Beaverson recently competed at the Educators Rising’s state event, Ohio Rising Conference, and earned spots at the National Educators Rising conference in Dallas during June.
Trey was named first in the state with his entry in the Literature for Students K-2 event. He also competed in the Lesson Planning for the Humanities. He planned, conducted and evaluated a lesson for a high school Spanish class.
Megan also competed in Literature for Students in K-2.
At the national conference, Trey will again compete with his humanities lesson.
Following high school, Megan plans to become a K-5 educator, and Trey hopes to teach Spanish, their instructors report.
Educators Rising is a national organization that provides students with authentic opportunities to experience teaching and build the skills they need to be successful educators. This national network includes more than 21,000 rising educators, and 24 states and regions have become official Educators Rising affiliates.
Educators Rising of Ohio serves more than 1000 students statewide.
Photos in Saturday's Examiner.