Employee of the Month

 

King William County Schools

 
 

King William High School
KWHSStaff


As a staff at King William High School we have accomplished a lot this year and for that reason I want to recognize our entire staff as the "Employee of the Month." From the managerial side we have rolled out Chromebooks and Schoology as smoothly as possible. This only happens with an entire staff on board. There are countless unsung heroes who worked on spreadsheets, covered classes, worked with students, attended professional development sessions, and jumped in to help wherever needed.

B.Taylor

Hamilton Holmes Middle School
Barbara Taylor


Hamilton-Holmes Middle School is excited to announce that the October Employee of the Month is Ms. Barbara Taylor.  Ms. Taylor is a veteran teacher for the King William County Public School System, working for the division for 21 years.  She works across all three grade levels to serve the students at Hamilton-Holmes. Most importantly, Barbara Taylor strives to build relationships with her students and all of her colleagues.  We can always depend on Ms. Taylor to provide her expertise in any given situation.  While she represents our school as the chairperson for the Student Teacher Assistance Team, Barbara has offered her leadership as the interim chair for the Special Education Department.  Her peers describe her as a dedicated and compassionate educator.  Ms. Barbara Taylor is an invaluable member to the Hamilton-Holmes team, and we thank her for her service.

B.Swecker

Acquinton Elementary School
Blair Swecker

Acquinton Elementary is excited to announce Blair Swecker as our employee of the month.  Mrs. Swecker goes above and beyond every day!  Her lessons are differentiated to meet student needs and often include centers which include review games, computer programs, and working with her to ensure mastery of content.  She incorporates reading and writing into her math and science lessons on a regular basis.  Students determine class expectations and what rewards can be earned. They set up a checking account system, and as a third grader, they are balancing checkbooks for behavior!  Mrs. Swecker truly cares about each of her students.  She ensures they have access to food and clothes and is even known to provide snacks to those students who don’t bring them.  In addition, she provides professional development for the math teachers, sharing best practices which have been learned and implemented.  She is always willing to learn new things and is always willing to lend a helping hand.  AES is proud to have Mrs. Blair Swecker as a member of our family.

S.Sherman

Cool Spring Primary School
Suzi Sherman

Cool Spring is pleased to name Mrs. Suzi Sherman as our employee of the month.  A veteran to the CSPS staff, Mrs. Sherman truly has mastered the "heart" of teaching.  She is both passionate and compassionate.  Mrs. Sherman is genuinely invested in helping each student reach his or her full potential.  She reminds students that their brains are always growing and changing!  She teaches students that it's okay to make mistakes since mistakes are what help us learn! Mrs. Sherman is a teacher leader and has presented her work with other faculties in Virginia and at professional conferences.  Mrs. Sherman is a gem to the field of education and to CSPS! She is highly deserving of this recognition.

RosalinBall

King William County Support Services'
Rosalin Ball


The employee of the month for Support Services is Mrs. Rosalin Ball.      Mrs. Ball serves as the Director of Special Programs and the Discipline Hearing Officer.  Over the last few months, Mrs. Ball has also been serving in the capacity of Director of Transportation.  We appreciate her willingness to serve in this capacity while the school division searched for a new director.  Mrs. Ball has been an educator for 27 years.  She obtained degrees from Hampton University, The University of Virginia, and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Mrs. Ball is a life-long resident of King & Queen County and grew up in  a home of educators.  Mrs. Ball is also a fantastic cook.  Please join us in congratulating Mrs. Ball for being named Employee of the Month.

K.Perkins

King William Schools' School Nutrition
Kathleen Perkins

The King William Food & Nutrition Program is proud to name Mrs. Kathleen Perkins as the Employee of the Month, based out of Hamilton Holmes Middle School, Kathy does it all. Whether acting as cashier, prepping food, preparing salads, running the food service line, sweeping and cleaning, Kathy can always be counted on to be a team player. She is always ready and willing to take on new tasks and serve where needed.  Kathy is eager to learn and expand her knowledge of the School Food Services Department. She is a valued member and great asset to this department.

Kathy and her husband, Bobby, are longtime residents of King William County residing here for 20+ years. They have 2 children and 3 grandchildren.   Two of their grandchildren attend King William Schools.  Mrs. Perkins has been employed with King William School for 17 years, serving not only in our Food Service Department, but also faithfully serving as a bus driver.  Kathy enjoys working in our schools, which allows her to be close to home. She enjoys the interaction with the students and staff members and always contributes to an enjoyable, fun work environment.  We are delighted to have her as a member of our family.