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Donna McKay recognized for three decades of service at Head Start

 

October 24, 2019

Courtesy of Donna McKay

Donna McKay was recognized by the Alaska Head Start Association for her work as an assistant teacher. McKay will have spent 30 years working for Head Start on Oct. 28.

Donna McKay, assistant teacher at Head Start in Wrangell, was recently recognized for hitting the 30-year mark in her career. She was given a plaque last Monday, Oct. 14, in Fairbanks during an award ceremony. Head Start is an early childhood program that, according to their website, serves children from birth to five-years-old in 100 Alaskan communities. Starting her career this month 30 years ago, McKay said that she has helped to teach approximately 620 children.

"By the 28th of this month it'll be 30 years of me teaching," McKay said.

McKay said that she first got involved with Head Sta...



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