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Lisa Lacey, the journalism teacher at Tualatin H.S., receives the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Of The Year Award from Northwest Scholastic Press Association Executive Director Karla Kennedy. (Photo by Rob Melton)

Lisa Lacey, the journalism teacher at Tualatin H.S., receives the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Of The Year Award from Northwest Scholastic Press Association Executive Director Karla Kennedy. (Photo by Rob Melton)

Lisa Lacey, the journalism teacher at Tualatin H.S., receives the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Of The Year Award from Northwest Scholastic Press Association Executive Director Karla Kennedy. (Photo by Rob Melton)

Lisa Lacy receives 2013 Hartman Journalism Teacher Of Year Award

Lisa Lacy received the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Of The Year Award. The award honors Lacy’s dedication and tireless support to educators across the state over many years.

Lacy is the newspaper adviser at Tualatin High School. She is a past president of Oregon Journalism Education.

Melody Hughes, the journalism teacher at Roosevelt H.S., receives the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Rookie Of The Year Award from Northwest Scholastic Press Association Executive Director Karla Kennedy. (Photo by Rob Melton)

Melody Hughes, the journalism teacher at Roosevelt H.S., receives the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Rookie Of The Year Award from Northwest Scholastic Press Association Executive Director Karla Kennedy. (Photo by Rob Melton)

Melody Hughes received the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Rookie Journalism Teacher of the Year Award. The award honors journalism teachers who are doing exceptional work in their first five years of advising secondary student media.

Hughes is the newspaper adviser at Roosevelt High School.

The awards come with a $500 cash award paid from an endowment by the Hartman family.

Mary Hartman was the executive director of Oregon Scholastic Press at the University of Oregon, and her husband Barrie Hartman was managing editor of The Eugene Register-Guard. Their children, Janelle and Todd, are also journalists. The award honors the can-do spirit and tireless support Mary offered Oregon journalism advisers and their students for many years.