Edmonson Voice Report:
Two Edmonson County school employees have each received an esteemed technological award from the Kentucky Department of Education's Office of Education Technology: Brent Norris and Lamar Miller.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is recognizing about 2,400 key education technology staff from Kentucky's K-12 school districts and KDE's Office of Education Technology (OET) for their dedication and support of education technology during the COVID-19 pandemic from March 2020 to March 2022 by selecting them as recipients of the 2020-2022 Stilwell Award.
This award's two-year time frame recognizes the unique circumstances that came from the pandemic and the crucial role technology staff and faculty played in supporting the Kentucky educational system.
According to David Couch, Associate Commissioner in KDE's Office of Education Technology, the Bill Stilwell "Red Suspenders" award is the highest honor that KDE provides in K-12 EdTech, which goes to an individual, group of individuals or organization that goes above and beyond the call of duty.
Brent Norris is the Network Administrator for Edmonson County Schools and Lamar Miller is Edmonson County School's Technology Coordinator.