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Chatfield Alum Heather Strong – 2023 Brown County Teacher of the Year

We are excited to announce that Heather Strong (née Sizemore), a graduate of the former Chatfield College, has been recognized as the 32nd Brown County Teacher of the Year. Heather is currently a Cross-Categorical teacher at Fayetteville-Perry High School. She completed her associate of arts degree at Chatfield College in 2016.

It brings us immense pride to hear about the contributions of our former graduates to their communities. We were a significant part of their lives, providing them with support and guidance to achieve their educational goals. Today, we continue to play a crucial role in the lives of many new students through The Chatfield Edge. Our past experiences make us uniquely qualified to fulfill our mission today.

Our students are pursuing their education at prestigious institutions such as NKU and St. Thomas More, as well as through nursing certification programs and skilled trades. Your generosity enables us to help them succeed.

Congratulations, Heather! We share your belief that education is the key to lifelong success and opens doors to new opportunities.

Heather

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