Edina High's Jackie Roehl is Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Colleagues joke that talking to Jackie Roehl is like boarding a moving train: she won't slow down so you have to move at her speed. Her energy and enthusiasm helped Roehl win Minnesota's Teacher of the Year award. Roehl teaches tenth grade English at Edina High School.
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Colleagues joke that talking to Jackie Roehl is like boarding a moving train: she won't slow down so you have to move at her speed. Her energy and enthusiasm helped Roehl win Minnesota's Teacher of the Year award. Roehl teaches tenth grade English at Edina High School.

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