Three from PHS nominated for Kohl Foundation Awards

A Plymouth High School teacher and two PHS students have been nominated for Kohl Foundation education programs.

Jay Grosshuesch, chemistry teacher at Plymouth High School, has been nominated for the Kohl Teacher Fellowship Program. PHS seniors Mary McConnaha and Thomas Theisen were nominated for the Kohler Excellence Scholarship Program.

A CESA 7 Selection Committee reviewed the applications and forwarded them to the Kohl Foundation, which is expected to announce this year’s recipients in early March.

The Kohl Teacher Fellowship Program annually awards 100 Wisconsin teachers with $1,000 Kohl Fellowship grants, and each Kohl Fellowship recipient’s school receives a matching $1,000 grant. Fellowship recipients are considered for the Wisconsin Teacher of the Year program, which honors one teacher in each of four categories.

The Kohl Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement and academic achievement. The foundation awards $1,000 scholarships to 100 high school graduates each year.

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