Two Canyons District teachers have received prestigious awards from Brigham Young University.
For their academic performance and observed leadership potential, Sally Williams, a health and physical education instructor at Hillcrest High, and Josh Stott, who teaches social studies at Butler Middle, were chosen to receive School Leadership Awards from the David O. McKay School of Education. The award is given to one student per cohort per year.
When they aren’t in the classroom pushing their students to achieve, Williams and Stott are expanding their own knowledge and working toward masters’ degrees in educational leadership. Their tireless commitment to self-improvement and student success is an inspiration during this season of giving. When asked what drives her, Wliliams says, “I love making personal connections and helping people see and develop their potential.”
Congratulations to both of these talented, lifelong learners.