Ivey Receives Shine Award from Governor Rick Scott

Government

SRQ DAILY FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY JUN 15, 2018

In a ceremony in Tallahassee this week, Governor Rick Scott bestowed the Shine Award to Riverview High School coach and teacher, William “BJ” Ivey. The award was bestowed to teachers who greatly impacted the lives of students in the classroom. Additional recipients included Eleanna Hurst of Broward County, Maria Torres-Crosby of Hillsborough County, Samantha Hopper of Monroe County, Dana Kelly of St. Johns County and Kathleen Redfern of Walton County. In addition to the Shine Award, BJ Ivey was named the 2017 Sarasota County School District Teacher of the Year. Earlier this spring, the Baltimore Orioles recognized Ivey as their 2018 Community Hero.

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