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LEF is pleased to announce LHS Social Studies teacher Rob Borenstein as the 2014 Ted Barnes Award for Excellence in Education.

This award was established by Ted Barnes, who taught at Lewisville High School for 25 years before losing his battel with cancer.

According to Mr. Barnes request before his passing, the honorarium is awarded to a current Lewisville High School teacher or administrator who who has served at LHS, demonstrating outstanding educational service, for at least 10 years. In recent years the criteria expanded to include teachers at LHS Main as well as LHS Harmon and LHS Killough.

“I was truly honored to be chosen for the Ted Barnes Award,” Borenstein said. “I never met Mr. Barnes, but have heard good things about him and that Farmer Pride ran deep in him. I am deeply honored to have my name attached to his legacy.”