TAYLORSVILLE — A school administrator has received a statewide award for her work with students who have disabilities.
Hartvgisen School Principal Janice Wayman was selected by the Utah State Office of Education’s Special Education Department to receive the 2014 Significant Disabilities Advocate of the Year award.
Wayman has been principal of Hartvgisen since 2006 and has overseen the transition from the school’s former location to its new building adjacent to Taylorsville High School and Plymouth Elementary School.
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