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Secondary school educator

Ann Cordwell Haller, American secondary school educator. Recipient Centennial Teacher Idaho award National Institutes of Health, 1987; named District Teacher of Year, 2000, Idaho Outstanding Biology Teacher of Year, 2003.


Haller, Ann Cordwell was born on July 2, 1944 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Robert William and Dorothy Warne (Dahlberg) Cordwell.


Bachelor in Pre-Medical Sciences, University Montana, 1966. Master of Arts in Anatomy, University North Dakota, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in Anatomy, Louisiana State University, 1975.


Instructor department anatomy, school medicine, University North Dakota, Grand Forks, 1969-1971; instructor department biological science, University New Orleans, 1975-1976; teacher, Kellogg (Idaho) Joint School District #391, since 1978. Head class advisory Kellogg H.S., since 1980. Member of faculty advising committee National Honor Society, Kellogg.


Board of directors National Science Scholars Program, Idaho, other scholarship boards, West Shoshone Hospital, Kellogg, 1977-1979. Member Idaho health Sys. Agency, Boise, 1976-1979.

Member Daughters of the American Revolution, American Society Psychoprophylaxis in Obstetrics (Lamaze instructor since 1978), National Science Teachers Association, Philanthropic Ednl. Organisation, Sigma Xi, Delta Kappa Gamma.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: gardening, reading, classical music, dog training, traveling.


Married Frederick Ray Haller, September 18, 1965. Children: Michael Frederick, Lori Annual.

Robert William Cordwell

Dorothy Warne (Dahlberg) Cordwell

Frederick Ray Haller

Michael Frederick Haller

Lori Annual Haller