PULLMAN, Wash. — Gayle See, physical education instructor and intramural coordinator with the Walla Walla public schools, was awarded the 1998 Outstanding Practitioner Award from the Washington State University College of Education Alumni Association, announced association president Steve Rasmussen.
See received her bachelor’s degree in physical education from WSU in 1974 and taught at Spokane and for the Touchet School District before moving to Walla Walla schools in 1980. She has taught at Walla Walla Community College, the Walla Walla Catholic Schools, and in the Walla Walla public schools.
“Gayle See has given more than 20 years to education in Washington and fills an important leadership role in educational reform efforts at Walla Walla. She is an ideal selection for our Outstanding Practitioner Award,” Rasmussen said.
The award will be presented at the fall meeting of the alumni association in Pullman in October, Rasmussen added. The award is given annually to WSU education alumni who are making an outstanding contribution to the public school system in the state of Washington.