Carbon High School teacher Camille Carlson was honored with the Arch Coal Foundation’s Golden Apple Award.
The foundation has honored teachers throughout Carbon, Emery, Sanpete and Sevier counties for the past seven years for their outstanding work as educators.
“We are proud to recognize these outstanding teachers and all they do for the children of our communities,” explained Rick Parkins, general manager of Dugout Canyon Mine. “We admire the dedication of the Golden Apple recipients.”
According to a press release by Arch Coal Foundation, educators are nominated for the award by members of the public and selected by a panel of previous award winners.
Carlson, who teaches language arts and history at Carbon High, received the award for her exceptional teaching skills and dedication to students.