Eight career and technical education (CTE) professionals received 2020 Kentucky Farm Bureau Career Technical Education Awards at a live-streamed ceremony on July 24 at the Galt House in Louisville. The awards program is conducted by the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education (KACTE).
Kentucky’s 2020 Kentucky Farm Bureau Career Technical Education Awards recipients are:
- Ashley Rogers, Nicholas County High School, Career and Technical New Teacher of the Year
- Lauren Williams, McCracken County High School, Carl Perkins Community Service Award
- Jessica Harley, Frankfort High School (Frankfort Independent), Career Guidance Award
- Kim Bellah, Murray State University, Career and Technical Teacher Educator of the Year
- Jodi Adams, Kentucky Department of Education, Office of Career and Technical Education, Career and Technical Administrator of the Year
- Kemaly Parr, Murray State University, Career and Technical Postsecondary Teacher of the Year
- Kimberlea Embry, Butler County High School, Lifetime Achievement Award
- Lisa Sletto, Beechwood High School (Beechwood Independent), Career and Technical Teacher of the Year
Kentucky’s 2020 CTE Award recipients will be entered in regional competition for 2021 Association for Career and Technical Education national CTE award recognition.