2018-19 Employees of the Year
How do we ELEVATE student success? By celebrating our amazing employees! Adams 12 Five Star Schools, in partnership with the District Twelve Educators Association (DTEA) and the Classified School Employees' Association (CSEA), announce the employees of the year for the Five Star District! We are proud of every employee in our community - and excited to announce those who colleagues have designated as going above and beyond for student success.
All district employees were invited to nominate colleagues at will. Nominations involved answering questions regarding how the nominee fufills our mission and vision, and goes above and beyond to ELEVATE student success. All nominees will be listed below based on role, with finalists and winners being announced between April 29 and May 17. To determine winners, each employee group had a separate committee made up of staff from various roles to decide on the finalists and employee of the year. Winners receive small gifts and recognition at the May 22 Board of Education meeting.
- Classified: Operational staff such as office staff, custodians, nutritional services, etc.
- Certified: Staff who are licensed in their field such as teachers and counselors, etc.
- Administration: School and district leadership such as principals and district staff, etc.
- Substitutes: Classified and Certified substitutes (guest teachers) across the district
From teachers to custodians, principals to counselors, the many different roles and responsibilities of Five Star employees ELEVATE student success in every classroom, every day.
We asked staff members how they will ELEVATE student success this year. Watch below to hear what they said!
How will you ELEVATE student success?Video of How will you ELEVATE student success?
View the video with Spanish subtitles .
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