Bainbridge’s Educator of the Year is honored

  • Thursday, August 9, 2018 8:30am
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Charisa Moore — the 2018 Bainbridge Island Kiwanis Club Educator of the Year — is presented a plaque and a $500 grant by Kiwanis Club Secretary Phil Fergusson at a recent ceremony.

This annual award program honors an educator who has made extraordinary efforts towards improving the education of Bainbridge Island children. Moore has taught biology at Bainbridge High School for the past 20 years. Fergusson also presented a $500 grant to BHS Principal Kristen Haizlip.

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