Lexington Teacher A Finalist For Microsoft Trip

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Updated: 6/13/2012 7:06 pm
She uses technology to help her students, and now a Lexington teacher is a finalist in a Microsoft competition.

Meghan Bottom is an elementary teacher at Mary Queen Of The Holy Rosary School.

She is one of the finalists to attend Microsoft's partners in learning 2012 U.S. Forum coming up next month in Washington State.

The forum honors teachers and other school leaders who use technology to help students learn. Bottom is one of 44 teachers from 15 states selected as a finalist.

The winners will be announced August 1.


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