Myron Hamilton of Ellensburg, a graduate of Central Washington University, recently received the Washington Industrial Technology Education Association's (WITEA) Rookie of the Year Award.
Hamilton, 34, is a second-year teacher at Wahluke Junior High School teaching and promoting skills in science, technology, engineering and math education.
He worked to develop the Gateway to Technology courses at the junior high that's part of the Wahluke School District in Grant County.
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