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Minot teacher wins $25,000 award

MINOT, N.D. - Jim Hill Middle School teacher Rhonda Grindy in Minot has received a national award, and the $25,000 prize that goes with it. State school Superintendent Wayne Sanstead presented Grindy with the Milken National Educator Award during...

MINOT, N.D. - Jim Hill Middle School teacher Rhonda Grindy in Minot has received a national award, and the $25,000 prize that goes with it.

State school Superintendent Wayne Sanstead presented Grindy with the Milken National Educator Award during a surprise ceremony.

Every year the Milken Family Foundation honors dozens of teachers in the country. The Milken awards have no formal nomination or application process. Educators are recommended by a state-appointed panel.

Associated Press Minot teacher wins $25,000 award 20071107

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