America’s Leading Outdoor Mentor/Educator John Annoni Wins the Lauretta Woodson Award

America’s Leading Outdoor Mentor and Educator John Annoni Wins the Lauretta Woodson Award
America’s Leading Outdoor Mentor and Educator John Annoni Wins the Lauretta Woodson Award
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Allentown, PA -(AmmoLand.com)- The Lehigh County chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees selected John Annoni from the Allentown School District to be the recipient of the Lauretta Woodson Awards for the 2015- 2016 school year.

The purpose of the Lauretta Woodson Recognition Program is to honor one educator for doing an outstanding job within the profession of teaching.

“It was an extremely humbling honor to be chosen by those who laid a foundation in education before me,” Annoni stated. “To know what I’ve done both inside and beyond the four walls of my classroom is considered worthy makes my years of effort worth it.”

The award is given annually to recognize an educator who has exhibited creativity, initiative, or productivity relevant to the learning process and growth of children. The Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees (PASR) formally presented the award to Mr. Annoni at a meeting held on Monday, May 16, 2016, at the Iron Lakes Country Club.

The Chapter selected the award recipient and then presented John with a medallion, certificate, and PASR pin.

About John F. Annoni:

John Annoni is the CEO and Founder of the Camp Compass Academy. He has authored two books and is currently teaching 6th grade Science at Trexler Middle School in the Allentown School District. His efforts for youth have received national media attention. He received an honor from Outdoor Life Magazine heralding him as one of the top twenty-five men and women who are changing the face of hunting and fishing. John has been a public school teacher for twenty–seven years and resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania.