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Hillman selected as Teacher of the Month

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Maryn Hillman was recognized as the April Teacher of the Month for American Leadership Academy.

Hillman has been working at ALA for two years teaching 7th and 8th grade Language Arts and Shakespeare Foundations.

She began her journey towards English Literature at Arizona State University and finished up at Southern Utah University, where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and an emphasis in Shakespeare.

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One of her biggest hobbies is studying Shakespeare. She also enjoys reading and writing. Hillman is an avid skier, avid football watcher, and loves all water related activities.

Hillman’s family includes her mom and dad, brother and sister, and all residents of Colorado.

She also has a large extended family in Utah, who share in her passion for teaching.

“Part of what I love about ALA is the community that we have and the family feel. The students are so talented. To be able to watch the athletics, the fine arts, different performances, and then to see the academics that the students have and what they love, really make for me, ALA a home. (Serve Daily submission.)

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