Employee of the Month


King William County Schools


King William High School
Diane Williams

King William High School would like to recognize Mrs. Diane Williams as the employee of the month.  This year we are promoting, "Be That One" as a school-wide initiative to encourage students and staff to go above and beyond in helping one another.  Mrs. Williams is a role model for students and staff in treating everyone with respect.  She not only accepts extra tasks and assignments, but she is always willing to go above and beyond.  Her kindness towards students, parents, and staff members is the epitome of "Be That One."


Hamilton Holmes Middle School
Tina Oberg

Hamilton-Holmes Middle School would like to recognize Mrs. Tina Oberg as the Employee of the Month for March.  Mrs. Oberg is a strong and supportive mentor to her students.  She works to develop and mold their creativity while inspiring their appreciation for the arts. The artwork Mrs. Oberg’s students create add character to our school and help brighten the hallways.

Outside of the classroom, Mrs. Oberg works to encourage and facilitate opportunities for our students to be actively involved in the community.  Most recently, Mrs. Oberg helped sponsor the Pennies for Pet fundraiser to support the rescue efforts of the Regional Animal Shelter.  In addition to organizing the fundraiser, Mrs. Oberg designed a dog themed tally board to help the grade levels document their progress.  Based on Mrs. Oberg’s efforts, our school was able to donate over a thousand dollars to the animal shelter.  We want to thank Mrs. Oberg for the positive impact she has on our school and community and congratulate her for being named the March Employee of the Month.


Acquinton Elementary School
Tia Abramson

Acquinton Elementary School is pleased to honor Mrs. Tia Abramson as Employee of the Month.  Mrs. Abramson is a special education teacher and is devoted to helping her students be the best they can be. Colleagues say she takes “Learning Personally,” by making it her goal to ensure each and every student in her class reaches their individual potential.  Mrs. Abramson sets high expectations for her students and provides them with the tools they need to reach their goals.  She gets to know every student and their individual strengths and weaknesses.

She collects, disaggregates and summarizes data to determine exactly what each student needs but doesn’t just teach them academics. She strives to help each of her kids be successful academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally, even adding yoga to their daily routine. In addition, when Mrs. Abramson was asked to take on additional duties to ensure all students receive services that best fit their needs, she did so without hesitation.  She always maintains a professional demeanor and finds a professional way to discuss sensitive topics. AES is thankful for Mrs. Abramson and her dedication to our students.


Cool Spring Primary School
Michelle Vest

Cool Spring Primary School would like to recognize Mrs. Michelle Vest as our Employee of the Month. Mrs. Vest is a reading coach and specialist at Cool Spring, and she is instrumental to the success of CSPS.  Recently, Mrs. Vest served as the chairman of the One Book, One School event, in which Cool Spring had a month long literacy celebration of the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  On a regular basis, Mrs. Vest works with teachers and students to provide targeted interventions that support students' academic growth.  Mrs. Vest is invested in the schools and community, and she seeks every opportunity to enhance the school experience by making learning fun and meaningful.  She is highly deserving of this recognition.


King William County Support Services'
Nick Cammarano

Nick Cammarano is in his first full year as Coordinator of Technology & CTE, but he is no stranger to King William Schools.  Nick previously served as librarian at Acquinton Elementary School from 2002-2005.

Nick currently resides in Richmond having come to Virginia by way of Buffalo, New York.  Nick is highly respected and appreciated by his staff and colleagues for his focus, professionalism, and “can-do” attitude. He is a true team-player, always making himself available to assist wherever and whenever needed.  Although in only his first year as Coordinator of Technology & CTE, Nick has already made great strides in implementing the 1 to 1 initiative and facilitating infrastructure upgrades.

Nick enjoys his recreational time playing volleyball and flag football.  Nick enjoys being back in King William as well.  "Working with the technology team throughout this school year has given me great confidence that we will continue to enhance technology integration and services across the district.   I am excited to work with the King William faculty and staff. My first position within education in 2002 was as a librarian at Acquinton. I am excited to be back working where my career began, 15 years ago!"


King William Schools' School Nutrition
Stephanie Wright

The King William Food & Nutrition Program is proud to name Mrs. Stephanie Wright as the Employee of the Month for March.  In September of 2016, Mrs. Wright became a full-time staff member at Hamilton Holmes Middle School.  Since this time, Stephanie has jumped in with both feet.  She is eager to learn and willing to help in any capacity necessary.  Stephanie is always willing to go to other cafeterias to fill in, whether it is for a few hours or the entire day.  She exemplifies teamwork in all she says and does.  Stephanie has a great sense of humor, a fun-filled laugh, always wears a smile, and always maintains a positive attitude. 

Stephanie and her husband, Joseph, have been residents of King William County for 6 years. They have 3 children, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Winter.  Sarah is 10 and attends Acquinton Elementary, Elizabeth is 7 and attends Cool Spring Primary, and Winter is 18 and attends George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.  In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, watching TV and simply relaxing.  Mrs. Stephanie Wright is a valued member of the King William County Public Schools team.  Her dedication, enthusiasm and hard work are greatly appreciated.