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Peggy Haynes recognized as ALA Teacher of the month

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Peggy Haynes was recognized as the February Teacher of the Month for American Leadership Academy.

Haynes has been working at ALA since it started in 2005. She began as a 5th grade teacher, and now teaches high school Orchestra, and third and fourth grade Fine Arts.

What she loves most about teaching at ALA is watching her students go from kindergarten to high school, grow, change, and become adults, while often establishing lifelong friendships.

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When Haynes is not teaching, she often plays the violin with the Utah Valley Symphony.

She also enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her grandkids. Her family consists of three daughters and four sons.

Haynes received her bachelor’s in music education from BYU. (Serve Daily submission.)

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