Hillsboro teacher inducted into Kansas Teacher’s Hall of Fame

Hillsboro teacher Anne Janzen was selected for the Kansas Teachers’ Hall of Fame for 2020 but they were unable to hold the ceremony due to COVID-19. The ceremony was finally held this June and Janzen was officially inducted. According to their website, the “Kansas Teachers’ Hall of Fame is the first one of its kind in the United States. It is dedicated to the early and present day teachers who have devoted their lives to this fine profession.” Janzen, who teaches Special Education at Hillsboro Middle High School, was nominated by Principal Clint Corby. “Anne Janzen is an amazing teacher. Her ability to reach her students is incredible. Her passion and dedication to the teaching profession is inspiring. I am a better educator for being around her. Everyone at USD 410 and MCSEC [Marion County Special Education Cooperative] is fortunate to have her,” said Corby. “I am grateful and honored to become a member of the Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame. I am thankful to Mr. Corby for this incredible opportunity. I am privileged to be able to work with a supportive team of educators, administrators and parents at USD 410 and the Marion County Special Education Cooperative,” said Janzen.

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