Congratulations to Our January 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 January 2020!

John McGregor
Lincoln County School District, OR

John was nominated by Lincoln County School District Customer Service Coordinator, Susan Sproul, who wrote: “I would like to nominate the BEST substitute ever! Substitute John McGregor is willing to step in and help us get out of pickles, and pick up jobs at a moment’s notice. He so deserves to be recognized for the service that he gives to the schools, staff, and students.”


Johanna Echeverry Lopez
Englewood Public School District, NJ

Johanna was nominated by ESS Regional Manager, Tom Basehore, who wrote: “Johanna has been working for ESS since 12/2/19 as a permanent Principal’s Secretary at Dwight Morrow High School. Since her first day, Johanna has been an extremely fast learner and has approached her work responsibilities with a positive attitude and outlook that raises the morale of other employees in her presence. The school principal has praised Johanna for her work ethic and willingness to learn quickly. The principal reports that Johanna has made his job so much easier since coming on board, and he really values her for the great work she does.” 


Neirimar Gomes
New Milford School District, CT

Neirimar was nominated by Northville Elementary School Principal, Gwen Gallagher, who wrote: “Neirimar Gomes comes in daily ready to take on any challenge presented to her. She steps up in multiple ways to support the students and the staff of Northville Elementary School. She is a hard worker and always has a smile on her face. We are lucky to have her!”


Lorianne Schrage
Tippecanoe School Corporation, IN

Lorianne was nominated by Tippecanoe secretary, Jackie Spitznagle, who wrote: “Lori welcomes all students with a smile. She is well-liked by our staff and students. Today she rearranged a personal appointment to stay in the classroom so a new student would not have to adjust to a different sub for the afternoon.”

Congratulations and keep up the excellent work!