Kathy Nash, a family and consumer sciences teacher at Lee’s Summit North, was recently elected president-elect for the Missouri Educators of Family and Consumer Sciences for 2012-13.

 

Kathy Nash, a family and consumer sciences teacher at Lee’s Summit North, was recently elected president-elect for the Missouri Educators of Family and Consumer Sciences for 2012-13.
A teacher for 29 years, Nash is currently department chairperson at Lee’s Summit North as well as coordinator for the pre-professional education program at Summit Technology Academy.
Along with Nash, Lee’s Summit West teacher Brenda Dumler and Lee’s Summit High School teacher Ashley Hillier were among approximately 2,400 career and technical education instructors from throughout Missouri who participated in the 43rd annual Missouri Association of Career and Technical Educators Inservice Conference. The conference was sponsored by Missouri ACTE and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
MoEFACS is a division of Missouri ACTE and offered more than 50 sessions and presentations centered on the theme “Family Consumer Sciences and Human Services – the APP for Life.”