Congratulations to Our November Employees of the Month!

Each month, our partner school districts submit glowing reviews of our employees, from which we select four employees of the month. We’re pleased to recognize our honorees from November 2019!

Samaria Winston
Clarke County School District, GA

Samaria was nominated by Clarke County School District Secretary/Bookkeeper Krissie Benton, who wrote, “This sub has arrived on time all week, has shown great depth at being able to handle students with special needs as well as students that have disciplinary problems. She is the type of sub that you call first when you need one.”

Jennifer March
Clackamas Education Service District, OR

Jennifer was nominated by Clackamas HR Director Ken Griffin, who wrote: “This substitute has stepped up and been a huge boon for the CESD LEEP program, with support dating back to December 2018 (and possibly earlier). Jennifer has taken on intermittent as well as long-term sub assignments in ESD classrooms, which can be challenging and demanding. And LEEP classrooms are SPED based serving the highest needs students, so Jennifer’s ability to help support their high needs shows her dedication to the program and children we serve!

Krystle Boyd
Voorhees Twp. Public Schools, NJ

Krystle was nominated by two Voorhees secretaries, Valerie Cardone and Connie Ginion who wrote, “Krystle is such a team player. She jumps in wherever she is needed. She is exceptional with our Self-Contained classrooms with special-needs children. Today she was transferred to another school where they were shorthanded. With a smile, she didn’t hesitate to go. She is competent, self-motivated & delightful.”

Precious Burns
Bryan Independent School District, TX

Precious was nominated by Byron ISD Aesop Coordinator Sheena Moore after she received the following email from Teacher Angelina Bernadini: “I don’t know who my sub was yesterday…BUT SHE WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love her and always want her forever! She was super interactive with my students and……. (drum roll)…… THEY DID THEIR WORK!!! 🙂 Very happy teacher here! I legit am blown away. She was interacting with the students, monitoring progress, handed out everything she was supposed to… everything was wonderful!!”

Congratulations and keep up the excellent work!