Ten Wyoming teachers, including one from Jackson, were honored Friday as recipients of the prestigious Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award at a ceremony at South High School in Cheyenne. Carrie Michelle Varga from Colter Elementary School was presented a personal, unrestricted cash award of $3,500 from Arch Coal, as well as a distinctive trophy and plaque. The Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards is Wyoming’s longest running, privately sponsored, statewide classroom teacher recognition program. Arch Coal Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steven F. Leer, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, Wyoming First Lady Carol Mead, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, U.S. Representative Cynthia M. Lummis, and Wyoming Department of Public Instruction Superintendent Cindy Hill were on hand for the presentations.