Everyone at Herriman High knows her as “Co-J,” but social studies teacher Lisa Jensen is also being called a life changer for her work on behalf of students. Jensen has been nominated for the prestigious national LifeChanger of the Year award. It is an award that recognizes the very best teachers from across the United States who make a difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence and leadership.
Co-J is being recognized, in large part, for helping to create a positive school climate at Herriman High. She is the founder of a school-wide program called the CURE (Courage, Unity, Revolution and Empowerment), which exists to unify the student body and combat bullying. Jensen is being praised for always going above and beyond to assist students, even under the most difficult circumstances.
The national grand prize for the LifeChanger of the Year recipient is $10,000. Winners will be chosen by a selection committee, which will review comments from people who know and support the individual nominees.
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