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Hampton Middle School STEM Facilitator Chad Chisolm, far left, was named a winner at the second annual Odysseyware Educator Impact Awards.

HAMPTON — A Henry County Schools’ teacher was named a winner at the second annual Odysseyware Educator Impact Awards.

Hampton Middle School STEM Facilitator Chad Chisolm was named one of six nationwide winners. They were chosen from more than 300 teachers and 19 finalists.

“Chad Chisolm is a dedicated teacher who consistently goes above and beyond for the students of Hampton Middle School,” said Purvis Jackson, principal of Hampton Middle School. “We are proud to support Mr. Chisolm as he receives this hard-earned recognition for his great work.”

Finalists were selected from categories including Blended Learning Classroom Teacher, Virtual Instruction Teacher, Alternative Education Teacher, Odysseyware® +NWEA™ Teacher, Competency/ mastery Learning Teacher and Career & Technical Education Teacher. Chisolm received a mobile device storage cart (Connect30) from Spectrum Industries Inc. and other giveaways for the first-place prize in his category.

“We are proud to support educators who are champions in their fields and who have a tremendous impact on the lives of their students through use of our digital curriculum,” said Edgenuity CEO Sari Factor. “The Educator Impact Awards are an opportunity to recognize these empowering teachers and thank them for all of their dedication and hard work.”

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