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Eastern Washington University/KHQ Teacher of the Month for April

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CHEWELAH, Wash. - Our Eastern Washington University/KHQ Teacher of the Month for April is Mrs. Sara Bolender from Gree Elementary in Chewelah.

Mrs. Bolender was nominated by 4th grade student Hailey Norris.

Hailey wrote a letter that Mrs. Bolender made math, art, science, writing, and reading a lot of fun for her. She also wrote that Mrs. Bolender is her favorite teacher.

Congratulations to Mrs. Sara Bolender of Gess Elementary School, our Eastern Washington University/KHQ Teacher of the Month.

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