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    Meal distribution is open to all children ages 18 or younger, as well as students with special needs through age 21. Please note that children must be present to receive meals. Pick-up is scheduled between the hours of 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm each weekday at Hamilton Holmes Middle School.  Please note that, unfortunately, we will not be able to distribute meals as planned through the end of this week. We plan on resuming meal distribution on April 13, 2020.

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King William County Schools "Employee of the Month"

Cool Spring Primary School

Employee of the Month

February 2020

Sara Seigla

Cool Spring Primary School is pleased to recognize Mrs. Sara Seigla as our Employee of the Month for February 2020!  Mrs. Seigla infuses exciting lessons and activities into her classroom each day to make learning fun for her students.  Mrs. Seigla is passionate about technology and is a big support to her 1st grade team, providing ideas and resources for technology focused lessons and activities.  We are so happy she is part of our Cool Spring faculty.  We truly appreciate Mrs. Seigla's contributions to our school, and believe she is highly deserving of this recognition.

 

Acquinton Elementary School

Employee of the Month

February 2020

Mrs. Pearson

The Acquinton Elementary School Employee of the Month for February is Mrs. Pearson, our school nurse.  Mrs. Pearson is amazing in her role.  She goes above and beyond with her care for our students. She also goes above and beyond as she cares for the adults too!  She knows every child’s name and you can always find her lending a hand to our staff at every event! Her colleagues have shared the following:

  • During a time of extreme sicknesses in our school during the month of February, Nurse Pearson handled large numbers of students in her clinic with various illnesses and the flu.  She not only took care of all of the children and analyzed their symptoms, but she made all of the calls to parents for pick up, sanitized her area continuously, and tracked the number of students with the flu to report to school officials.  This ultimately led to the decision to close the school for 2 days to sanitize and prevent the spread of illness.
  • Without a doubt, she demonstrates "grace under fire!" She is on the front lines always, but especially this month as we have battled the flu here at AES.  Her kind spirit and loving heart speaks caring and compassion to all around her.

The Acquinton Family is proud to honor Mrs. Pearson as the Employee of the Month for February.

 

 

Hamilton Holmes Middle School

Employee of the Month

February 2020

Julie Peck

Hamilton Holmes Middle School is proud to announce Julie Peck as the employee of the month. Julie finds creative ways to engage the students and to help them grow. She truly cares and loves teaching math to her students. She is a team player and always thinks about how things will affect her students and our school.   Julie works hard every day to meet her students' needs, and she always shares resources and reaches out to other teachers to enrich her students' learning. 

 

King William High School

Employee of the Month

February 2020

James McGurkin

A colleague stated about Mr. James McGuckin, "Jim is an AMAZING educator and role model for students. He demonstrates the utmost level of professional commitment in his work with students as well as with colleagues.  I put my complete trust in his ability to carry out all his responsibilities. 

 

Jim stays late and works with kids individually. He is constantly checking on his caseload students to ensure they are getting what they need. He truly cares about all the students as well as his peers. I cannot say enough great things about him... the list goes on and on. For these reasons, I wanted to suggest making him our next employee of the month".  Throughout the school year, our administrative team has heard comments about Mr. McGuckin's work ethic and how much he cares about all his students.  We are proud to announce that he is the February employee of the month for King William High School. 

 

 

King William School Nutrition

February 2020

Lisa Mundy

The King William Food & Nutrition Program is proud to name Ms. Lisa Mundy as the Employee of the Month for February 2020, based out of Acquinton Elementary School.  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 30 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 and especially with her granddaughter, Taylen Mae.  We are delighted to have her as a member of our School Nutrition family.

 

King William County School Board Office

Employee of the Month

February 2020

Tracie Ambrose

The School Board Office is pleased to recognize Tracie Ambrose as our Employee of the Month for February.  Tracie is an administrative assistant with job responsibilities that support both division operations and instruction.   These two departments depend on Tracie to help coordinate a multitude of tasks and she always does so with a positive attitude.  Tracie has also had to take on additional responsibilities since there has been a vacancy within the operations department.  She has definitely “kept the ship afloat.”  As the saying goes, she solves problems we don’t know we have, in ways we can’t understand! 

Tracie, the mother of two and a dotting grandmother, is valued and most deserving of this recognition!





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