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|Owens honored by A+PEL|
Dr. Tessa Madere Owens has been named a 2009 School Volunteer of the Year by Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana.
Owens currently practices dentistry in West Monroe with her husband, Dr. Chris Owens.
She has been named one of 10 state Volunteers of the Year by A+PEL. She was honored last month at a reception at the Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge.
Owens has many volunteer duties at Woodlawn Elementary School, including PTO member, spelling bee judge, classroom volunteer and room mother. She has worked on many projects at the school as well.
Owens also donates dental hygiene services through her dental practice and donates funds for students who cannot afford school fees and supplies.
Terri Hollingsworth, principal of Woodlawn Elementary School, said, "Tessa knew she would be actively involved with the school activities and goals from the start. What she didn't know, however, was how valuable and appreciated she would become to our school and our community."
The 10 volunteers were selected by teachers throughout the state. They were nominated by members of A+PEL, a statewide teacher organization advancing teachers as career professionals.