Buena Vista Virtual Academy teacher awarded Educator of the Year by CUE

Kim Voge.

On Thursday, March 18, Buena Vista Virtual Academy (BVVA) teacher Kim Voge was awarded the Computer-Using Educators (CUE) Blended and Online Educator of the Year Award. She was selected as the sole recipient among 22 affiliates across the states of California and Nevada.

“I am extremely honored to receive this award and have worked very hard to help my colleagues and students navigate what very quickly became a must in education,” Kim shared.

CUE is a 501c3 nonprofit community of connected educators focused on improving education for all learners in California and Nevada. We gather to learn and share at local, regional, and statewide education conferences as well as inside online communities. By participating in CUE events, educators enhance their skills and extend their professional network.

To see the full list of Spring 2021 CUE Award Winners, click here.

1 Comment on "Buena Vista Virtual Academy teacher awarded Educator of the Year by CUE"

  1. Shane R Twamley | April 9, 2021 at 10:24 am | Reply

    Such a deserving honor. She has been such an impactful teacher in many ways. She not only makes her students better but her peers. Her assistance to prepare teachers for pandemic teaching has been influential in her work as a TOSA, as coordinator of our Google trainings, and in preparing us this last August for the start of school. Few other teachers in our district have ever had such an expansive influence in the classroom, district, county, and across the nation. CONGRATULATIONS KIM VOGE!

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