CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio – Chagrin Falls High School teachers Kenneth Kasee and Carolyn Petite have been selected for The University of Chicago’s Outstanding Educator Award.
Every year, The University of Chicago gives newly admitted students the opportunity to recognize educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.
Students accepted into the university’s class of 2024 were asked to nominate an educator whose guidance has helped them along the path toward intellectual growth.
This award has existed for more than 30 years. The university honors all teachers who have been nominated.
Kasee, who teaches English, was nominated by Maggie Mills. Petite, who teaches computer science, was nominated by Parker Broz. Mills and Broz are both members of Chagrin Falls High School’s class of 2020.
A virtual event to celebrate these teachers took place on Oct. 21. Kasee and Petite received a commemorative award, certificate and letter that includes