Submitted by Capital Region ESD 113

Capital Region Educational Service District (ESD) 113 last week named Ryan Healy as their 2019 Regional Teacher of the Year. Healy teaches character development classes at Ridgeline Middle School in Yelm Community Schools.

The selection committee chose Healy for this award because of his clear vision for how he would serve the state as our regional teacher of the year and the alignment between his educational values and classroom practice.

Ryan Healy now serves as one of nine candidates chosen by their respective ESDs, who will be considered for Washington State Teacher of the Year. The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction will select and announce the state winner this fall.

“In my 18 years as an educator, I have never worked with a teacher who has more positive impact on kids than Ryan Healy.”
— Craig Curry, Ridgeline Middle School Principal

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About Capital Region ESD 113

The purpose of Capital Region ESD 113 is to ensure excellent and equitable education for all students through service and collaboration. Led by Superintendent Dr. Dana Anderson, ESD 113 provides services for 44 school districts, one tribal compact school, and approved private schools in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor and Pacific counties.

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