The assistant principal at Spearfish High School is being honored as the state's best.
Reports say that Jim Seyer was honored Friday as South Dakota Assistant Principal of the Year after earlier capturing the Black Hills regional title.
Seyer joined the Spearfish School District as an administrator 10 years ago. He previously taught computers, industrial technology and social science in Marshall, Minn.
Seyer says he's extremely humbled to receive the award.
Principal Steve Morford says Seyer cares deeply for each student. Morford says an assistant principal's job is to deal with situations that are negative in nature, but Seyer is able to create positives out of negatives.
Most Popular Today
South Dakota Farmer Named Treasurer Of World Soy Initiative
Starting School Later Let Iowa Families Have More Summer Fun
Report: Landlords Rent Out 17.3M Acres Of SD Farmland
- 4.Livestock, Agriculture
All State Turkey Farms Hit By Bird Flu Restocked, Recovering
Downtown Rail Yard Agreement Is Official
General Mills Sets Ambitious Goal For Greenhouse Gas Cuts
Monday Morning Business Brief
Monday Afternoon Business Brief
Monday Evening Business Brief
BBB Warns Scam Attempts Likely to Follow Virginia Shooting