Employee of the Month


King William County Schools


King William High School
Howard Hill

Mr. Howard Hill is King William High School’s employee of the month.  This year the focus of, “Be That One” is “Taking Care of Others”.  Mr. Hill exemplifies this every day at KWHS.  Whether it is volunteering to paint the field for the county youth football program, sponsoring FFA, coaching track and football, organizing state competitions for our agriculture students, or assisting colleagues whenever needed, he does it all with a positive “can do” attitude.  We are fortunate to have him lead a group of students who truly represent KWHS in a positive way.  KWHS has one of the leading agriculture programs in the state and this is a direct result of Mr. Hill’s dedication to our students.


Hamilton Holmes Middle School
Crystal Kelly

The Hamilton-Holmes Vikings are pleased to announce Crystal Kelly as our Employee of the Month.  Crystal is a veteran teacher who continues to reflect and improve her instructional practices daily.  She makes it her personal quest to provide her very best for her students!  She seeks every opportunity to provide engaging activities for her students, while making the students’ mastery of content her priority.  She provides individualized instruction to offer remediation and enrichment for each of her students.  Mrs. Kelly is a master of organization, structure, and classroom management.  Crystal is dedicated to perfecting her teaching strategies to ensure that she is a master of her craft. It is a privilege to work beside her as she serves our students.


Acquinton Elementary School
LaTanya Clark

Acquinton Elementary announces Mrs. LaTanya Clark as our Employee of the Month.  Mrs. Clark organized the Black History Month Wax Museum in which students researched a famous African American and then presented as that person.  Students used props and costumes to portray their person.  This is one example of many lessons that appeal to all learning styles.  Students are always engaged in her classes as they are current, creative, and interactive.  Mrs. Clark spends extra time each week before and after school researching and preparing for lessons.

Mrs. Clark always has a sweet demeanor when handling any situation. She greets students and staff daily with a smile on her face.  Her colleagues say she is dependable, professional, collaborative, and willing to go the extra mile for her students.  Without a doubt, Acquinton is proud to call her a member of our Acquinton family.


Cool Spring Primary School
Tina Oberg

Cool Spring is pleased to recognize Mrs. Tina Oberg as our Employee of the Month. Mrs. Oberg has an amazing talent for helping students use their creativity to turn their work into masterpieces! Within the classroom, Mrs. Oberg uses a hands-on approach to reach her students. This year, Mrs. Oberg has worked diligently after hours to ensure that the school is decorated with student artwork.  Additionally, she showcases the talents of students at Cool Spring by uploading student artwork to Artsonia, an online art gallery.  She has also organized a student art show featuring students' framed artwork to be on display for families.  Through her resource class, students have an opportunity to develop a love and appreciation for the arts.  Mrs. Oberg is highly-deserving of this recognition!


King William County Support Services'
Matthew Frazier

The Department of Operations is pleased to announce Mr. Matthew Frazier as their employee of the month.   Matthew is a native of King William and graduated through King William County Public Schools.  He has a positive attitude and is always pleasant.     Matthew is eager to learn new cleaning techniques and takes pride in his work.  The quality of his work is evident as you move through the halls of Hamilton Holmes Middle School.  He willingly performs any tasks needed to maintain a clean and healthy environment for our students and staff.    Matthew is truly an asset to our department.


King William Schools' School Nutrition
Lisa Mundy

The King William Food & Nutrition Program is proud to name Ms. Lisa Mundy as the Employee of the Month. Ms. Mundy has worked for the School Nutrition Department since 2009.  Lisa has also served as a bus driver for King William Schools since 2008. She is willing to do whatever is asked of her and is eager to learn all facets of the School Nutrition Program. Ms. Mundy serves the School Nutrition Department by prepping and cooking food, serving our staff and students, running the register, assisting in the cleaning of the department, and with any other task presented to her.  She accepts ownership of each task given to her and works diligently until it is completed.  Ms. Mundy always greets fellow staff members and each student with a welcoming smile, making sure to call them by name.  She is a valued member and great asset to this department.

Ms. Mundy has resided in King William County for 28 years. She has 3 children, Austin, Jarrett, and Sydney, and 1 grand-daughter, Taylen Mae.  Austin and Jarret graduated from King William High and Sydney currently attends King William High.  Lisa enjoys working in our schools because she loves to serve the students, enjoys cooking and being around people.  In her spare time, Lisa enjoys being outside, doing yardwork and spending time at her pool. She also enjoys spending time at the beach, stating “There is nothing better than spending time at the beach”. Lisa loves being with her family and friends.  We are delighted to have her as a member of our School Nutrition family.