All award incentives were contributed by Dr. Kimako Patterson, Superintendent and Ms. Julia Veazey, Assistant Superintendent
by Chateaux Year Published: 2021
Ms. Spence makes Chateaux the liveliest place to be each and every day! Her smile and fun-loving personality are what sets her apart from all the rest. However, don’t let her small stature fool you! She carries a big stick, commanding respect from all of the students and doing so with love, attention and dedication. If there is something that the children she assists with needs, she makes sure that they get it. Ms. Spence can be found greeting students in the morning as they come in for breakfast, being that 1-to-1 support that a student needs on a consistent basis, and assisting in our afterschool program each day! She shows genuine concern not only for our students but for the staff as well. If you need a hug, if you need a kind word or even the joke of the day…. you can count on Ms. Spence to give it to you! If ever there is a day, Ms. Spence isn’t at work, her presence is definitely missed and you can’t wait for her to get back to work! Her work at Chateaux personifies just how much an important part of our family she is here at Chateaux School! Ms. Spence, “WE APPRECIATE ALL YOU DO!” #WEAREONE!
by Fieldcrest Year Published: 2021
Ms. Leonardo is a School Social Worker at Fieldcrest Elementary School. She is dedicated to providing genuine social and emotional support for students and staff. She is a passionate mental health advocate. Ms. Leonardo is devoted to promoting a safe and comfortable environment within a school setting. She also focuses on school wide incentives to educate and motivate students towards achieving goals.
by Highlands Year Published: 2021
Congratulations to Ms. Caruthers, our support staff of the month. Welcome to Highlands Ms. Caruthers! Ms. Caruthers is truly a joy to have on our staff as our Beautiful secretary at Highlands. Her attitude is always professional and positive to every person she encounters on a daily. Ms. Caruthers stepped in and began to work right away. On a daily basis you can hear her greeting parents and staff with welcoming them to Highlands. Ms. Caruthers helps with registration, communicating with staff and parents and ensuring that our office runs smoothly. Ms. Caruthers also supports our After School programs as the secretary for our after school activities. Ms. Caruthers also helps with attendance, class rosters, emails and helping the principal on a daily. She continues to keep Ms. Montgomery focused and managing the building.
We appreciate you Ms. Caruthers… Keep Being Fabulous!
by Mae Jemison Year Published: 2021
Mr. Johnson, a.m. custodian, is consistently working to ensure that our physical plant is clean and safe. He works diligently throughout the day to ensure that our students have the best learning environment possible. He is always willing to help whenever he is called upon, and Mr. Johnson helps to make Mae Jemison a wonderful place to be!
by Markham Park Year Published: 2021
This month staff member of the month is Ms. Brittany Lee she is our Paraprofessional that work with all grades. She is dedicated, considerate, hard-working and flexible. Ms. Lee has always been a hard worker since day 1 always filling in where needed. Staff members says she rock and never hesitate to do anything. Thank you for all the hard work and dedication Ms. Lee.
by Nob Hill Year Published: 2021
Ms. Crawford has been working in district as a paraprofessional and substitute teacher since 2008. Her interests are watching the Hallmark Channel, shopping, reading a good book and watching a good movie. Ms. Crawford hobbies are crafting and traveling when she can. She loves working in special education. Ms. Crawford states working with students with different disabilities is a challenge but well worth the challenge. She believes witnessing the children grow as students and individuals is a blessing.
by PHJH Year Published: 2021
Ms. Jackson has been working in the district as an employee going on 8 years and prior to that, worked as PTO President for about 15 years thoroughout the district. When she comes to work, she tries to be the employee that she would like to work with. Ms. Jackson doesn't focus on what she is paid by th hour, her focus is on the value she can add to studuents in that hour.