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Lowell Scott Middle School teacher is a finalist for national grant

Brockman (center) is pictured at the school with (l-r) Don Nesbitt, regional director for Westada School District; Linda Ventura, principal of Lowell Scott Middle School; LSMS Teacher John Rosato, who helped Brockman with her proposal; Farmers Insurance Agent Fred Kesler; and Idaho Governor Butch Otter.Photo courtesy of Farmers Insurance.

Brockman (center) at the school with (l-r) Don Nesbitt, regional director for West Ada School District; Linda Ventura, principal of Lowell Scott Middle School; LSMS Teacher John Rosato, who helped Brockman with her proposal; Farmers Insurance Agent Fred Kesler; and Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter. Photo courtesy of Farmers Insurance.

Lowell Scott Middle School teacher Paula Brockman received news Sept. 8 that she is a finalist for a $100,000 grant from Farmers Insurance. Brockman applied for the grant through Farmers’ Dream Big Teacher Challenge, and if she wins she’ll use the money to create an outdoor learning center.

The public can vote for its favorite grant proposals in October at www.thankamericasteachers.com. Six winners — two from each of three regions — will be announced in December.

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