Dan Caron Named 2013 Aerospace Education Teacher of the Year
Dan Caron, a technology and engineering teacher at Bedford High School, has been named Civil Air Patrol's Aerospace Education Teacher of the Year.
This is a national-level award that recognizes a teacher member for outstanding accomplishments in aerospace education and for possessing the attributes expected from our country’s teachers. Caron was nominated by Col. Bill Moran, who is commander of the Hawk Squadron of the CAP, which is based at Laconia Airport. Commenting on choosing to nominate Caron for the award, Moran said, “Dan is energetic and dedicated to youth development especially in aerospace. He’s trustworthy, well organized, and is a wealth of information. He constantly provides interactive processes for learning and knows how to teach and hold the students’ attention.”
To read more about this inspirational educator, please visit his bio in our Aerospace Profiles in Excellence feature.