Concordia alumnus Andrew Keseman earns English teaching honors

Published by Concordia University, Nebraska 6 years ago on Mon, May 11, 2015 11:13 AM
Tricia Parker, a representative of the Nebraska Department of Education and Nebraska English Language Arts Council, presents Andrew Keseman with Future Teacher of the Year-Nebraska Student Teacher of the Year recognition on May 1, 2015.

Concordia University, Nebraska alumnus Andrew Keseman, an August 2014 Concordia graduate and current English teacher at Norfolk, Nebraska’s Northeast Lutheran High School, was honored as the Future Teacher of the Year-Nebraska Student Teacher of the Year by the Nebraska English Language Arts Council (NELAC) on May 1, 2015, during its annual Language Arts Honors Day at the Capitol.

During the event, NELAC, the official state affiliate for the National Council Teachers of English (NCTE), recognized both teachers and students who have demonstrated excellence in the classroom in the area and promotion of language arts. The teacher awards included certificates and plaques to area educators for outstanding classroom performance and excellence in education.

For more information on NCTE or NELAC, contact NCTE at NCTE.org or call 877-369-6283.

The annual Language Arts Honors Day was hosted by Nebraska Senator Mark Kolterman of District #24 of Seward, Nebraska.

The 2016 gathering is scheduled for Friday, April 29, again at the Warner Chambers in the Capitol.