Marmaton Valley teacher honored for efforts in ag classes

Jacque Gabbert was named the Kansas Association of Career and Technical Education teacher of the year. She teaches vocational agriculture classes.

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January 24, 2022 - 9:17 AM

Kevin and Rosemary Harris of Harris Insurance, left, present Marmaton Valley High School vocational agriculture instructor Jacque Gabbert with the K-ACTE teacher of the year award Saturday. The Harrises helped sponsor the ag symposium held in Mayetta over the weekend. Courtesy photo

MAYETTA — Marmaton Valley High School’s Jacque Gabbert was named the Kansas Association of Career and Technical Education (K-ACTE) teacher of the year on Saturday.

Gabbert teaches vocational agriculture classes at Marmaton Valley. The Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators Ag Ed Symposium was held in Mayetta.

“Mrs. Gabbert possesses a natural ability to develop a relationship with whomever she meets,” Principal Brian Campbell said in a press release. “This ability has been very beneficial for her role at Marmaton Valley. She is a constant professional, being firm when she needs to be and lenient when the situation dictates. Mrs. Gabbert is someone that I can rely on.”

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