Biology teacher JoAnn Miller has been chosen Wisconsin’s High School Teacher of the Year. She was recognized at a school assembly Friday, with the award presented by State Schools Superintendent Tony Evers. Miller credited her students and her parents, for giving her a sense of curiosity and a desire to learn. Miller will get three thousand dollars from the Herb Kohl Education Foundation. She is one of four Wisconsin Teachers of the Year named this week. Then, one of those four will be selected to represent Wisconsin for the National Teacher of the Year honor. Miller has been teaching in Oconto since 2006.