Summit Elementary’s Stephine Jolivet Receives Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award

On Thursday, May 10 at a school-wide assembly during a visit from Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, Summit Elementary 1st grade teacher Stephine Jolivet was recognized as a 2018 Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award Winner. Jolivet was chosen from public nominations by a panel of judges made up of former Arch Coal award winners. In addition to a trophy, she also received a $3500 cash prize.

Deck Slone, Arch Coal’s Senior Vice President, Strategy and Public Policy, presented the award to Jolivet. He told the students that Arch Coal “cares about education, it’s really important to us.” Slone also acknowledged two other Summit teachers that are past recipients of the Arch Coal award – Chrissy Owen and Cinnamon Dow.

Upon receiving her award Jolivet said, “I want to thank everyone in this room. Being a teacher is not something you do alone, it’s something that we all do together, and the more that we do together, the better we are. Thank you all for doing this journey with me and thank you to my wonderful team I get to work with everyday.”

Jolivet receives the Arch Coal Award from Slone as Wyoming Governor Matt Mead looks on
Arch Coal’s Slone with awardee Jolivet
(left to right) Arch Coal’s Logan Bonacorsi, Stephine Jolivet, Arch Coal’s Deck Slone

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