Employee of the Month


King William County Schools


King William High School
Andrew Perego

Mr. Andrew Perego is King William High School's employee of the month.  Mr. Perego has worked tirelessly to ensure that our students, faculty, and staff have everything they need to be successful for the 2016-2017 school year.  He organized KWHS’ school safety program; lead the implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS), designed freshmen orientation, and assisted with the development of the School Improvement Plan.  Additionally, he chairs several committees, handles student discipline, and collaborates with Mrs. Newbill on our school-wide testing program. Providing support for all stakeholders is his highest priority and he does it all with a positive attitude.  Mr. Perego is a role model for our students and represents what it is means, "To Be That One."


Hamilton Holmes Middle School
Christie Davis

Hamilton-Holmes Middle School would like to recognize Mrs. Christie Davis as the Employee of the Month for February.  From the start of the day to the dismissal bell, you will find multiple students stopping by Mrs. Davis’s room to check in and say ‘Hi’.  Both current and former students are drawn to the charisma and support Mrs. Davis projects.  It’s not uncommon for Mrs. Davis to have to remind visiting students that it is time for class, but they can check in with her at lunch or the next class change.  

The connection Mrs. Davis works to establish with her students consistently carries over to her classes.  This rapport and respect strengthens the opportunity for meaningful class discussions while also building a positive classroom environment.  Students know that Mrs. Davis is someone they can talk and laugh with and will always be there to listen.  These connections are what make our school a better place.  We proudly recognize Mrs. Davis as the February Employee of the Month.


Acquinton Elementary School
Stephanie Greenwood

AES is proud to announce Stephanie Greenwood as our employee of the month.  Stephanie always has a smile on her face and speaks to everyone she sees.  Her enthusiasm spills over into her lessons as she creates lessons that differentiate learning for all her students.  She makes connections with students and celebrates their success.  When you enter her classroom you immediately get a feel for real-life connections as seen in her using tissue paper to demonstrate distance between planets and the sun, using the playground and woods to teach the settlement of Jamestown, and students earning colored karate belts for reading to name a few.  Ms. Greenwood collaboratively plans with her grade level teams and is knowledgeable and professional at all meetings.  We are honored to have Stephanie as a member of our team and look forward to working with her in years to come.


Cool Spring Primary School
Mary Bickford

Cool Spring is pleased to recognize Mrs. Mary Bickford as our employee of the month.  Mrs. Bickford is a calming, welcoming presence for her kindergarten students.  She is patient, compassionate, and adaptive to her students' individual needs.  Colleagues frequently visit her classroom to observe effective reading instructional practices.  She builds strong relationships with her students and families and is knowledgeable of each student's individual strengths.  Mrs. Bickford is a valued member of the Cool Spring family and highly deserving of this recognition!


King William County Support Services'
Renee Ayers

Former substitute bus driver Renee Ayers is in her first year as a full time driver with King William Schools.  Mrs. Ayers and her husband Howard come to us from Henrico County and have resided in King William for the past 15 years.

Renee is an avid runner and enjoys running the paths around the schools. Renee shares that she “loves the King William School system” and loves “driving the bus”.


King William Schools' School Nutrition
Drew Martin

The King William Food & Nutrition Program is proud to name Mr. Drew Martin as the Employee of the Month for February 2017.  Although Drew is not specifically an employee of the School Nutrition Program, as a member of the King William Maintenance Crew, he continually comes to our aide and rescue.  Drew is always ready to handle any equipment malfunctions and continually looks for and provides ways to complete a task that is the most cost efficient.  He has saved the School Nutrition Department many hundreds of dollars.  Drew is quick to respond when there are emergencies and always completes the task at hand.  He is knowledgeable in his field and demonstrates professionalism in any task he undertakes.  He is always pleasant and brings a welcomed smile and fun-filled laugh when visiting our Cafeterias.

Drew and his wife, Michele, are lifelong residents of King William County.  They have 5 children, all of which either currently attend or have graduated from King William County Public Schools.  Drew enjoys working in our schools, which allows him to be close to home and his family. He enjoys working with all the teachers and staff members.  Drew feels it is very rewarding to work for King William County Schools.  In his spare time, Drew enjoys vacationing at the beach with his family, watching sports and playing poker with friends. Drew is a valued member of the King William County Public Schools team and is a great asset to the School Nutrition Department.  His effort and hard work is greatly appreciated.