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Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has announced a new scholarship in memory of Annie Lanning, an English teacher who passed away during the Rachel in Sioux Falls almost a year ago.

The scholarship, available to Lincoln seniors, reflects Lanning’s passion for words.

It is aimed at carrying on her legacy of helping students find success in high school and beyond.

Lanning, who co-founded the Patriot Post program at Lincoln, is still remembered by her students who see her face every day in the classroom.

The Andy Lanning All the Words Scholarship is worth $500 and will be awarded to a Patriot Post senior.

To apply, seniors have to write a composition as part of the application.

Around 100 Lincoln students took part in the post program during its first year, and this year the number is expected to double.

Lanning’s death left a void within the Lincoln family, especially among her students.

The scholarship is another way for Lincoln students to remember the teacher who cared so much about them.

Anyone interested in donating to the scholarship can find a link to the story on Kettleland’s website.

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