Employees of the Month- March 2021

COOL SPRING PRIMARY SCHOOL

Jennifer Bareford

Jennifer Bareford

 

The Cool Spring Primary School employee of the month for March 2021 is Mrs. Jennifer Bareford! Mrs. Bareford always comes to school with a great attitude and a smile on her face. She always finds ways to help students understand concepts and does an outstanding job supporting the teachers she works with. She treats everyone fairly and with respect! She cares about students and works to meet their social, emotional and academic needs. She is absolutely amazing!

 

ACQUINTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Carinell Jones

Carinell Jones

 

The Acquintion Elementary School Employee of the Month for March is Mrs. Carinell Jones, our custodian. Mrs. Jones is an amazing support to each staff member here at our school. She always goes above and beyond of her roles and responsibilities to help in any way possible. She is a true team player. 

 

Her colleagues have shared the following:

  • Mrs. Jones is a vital part of keeping us safe and well here at AES and she does it with a smile.

  • “You should see Mrs. Jones out there in the afternoon directing traffic! Her support has the afternoon drop off process smoother than ever.”

  • “You can always count on Mrs. Jones to come by and check you when you have a personal issue going on. She cares about each and every person here at our school.”

 

The Acquinton Family is proud to honor Mrs. Jones as the Employee of the Month for March. It is an honor she truly deserves.

 

 

 

HAMILTON-HOLMES MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Omari White

Omari White

 

Coach White, as we all know him, has continuously shown throughout the school year that he is someone who we can all lean on.  He works individually with our students in times of need and always willing to lend a helping hand.  When he's not in the classroom, Coach White is in the cafeteria, in the front drop off loop, or assisting counselors and administrators.  We are all proud and thankful for what he brings to Hamilton Holmes Middle School.

 

KING WILLIAM HIGH SCHOOL

Heather Ludwig

 

A colleague stated about Mrs. Ludwig, "Mrs. Ludwig is always willing to lend a helping hand to her students. She is always willing to accommodate and modify for our students with varying abilities. I have had several students who have had difficulty with the Biology content... she has worked with each of them to help them understand the content through going over the notes again, giving extended time on assignments, and making checklists that fit their needs. She has truly given grace to our students this year and made learning fun!"

This year our, "Be That One" initiative is focusing on "UNITED." Mrs. Ludwig has demonstrated this day in and day out. She is a true professional, but more importantly, she is truly dedicated to reaching all students. Mrs. Ludgwig motivates students by forming strong relationships. She has shown grace to students in allowing them to complete work, assignments, or assessments multiple times and past deadlines. For that and many other reasons, we are proud to announce that she is the March Employee of the Month for KWHS. GO CAVS!

 

SCHOOL NUTRITION SERVICES

Cheryl Spurlock

 

Cheryl Spurlock

 

The King William Food & Nutrition Program is proud to name Ms. Cheryl Spurlock as the Employee of the Month for March 2021.  Ms. Spurlock has served as a driver for the Transportation Department since 2011.  When COVID-19 shut down our buildings, Ms. Spurlock came in and worked for the School Nutrition Department bagging food for our To-Go Meals and our Friday Meal Distributions.  She quickly learned the protocols for safely handling food and cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing food surfaces.  She is always ready to step in where needed. Ms. Spurlock exemplified what teamwork is, and always maintains a positive attitude. Since returning to driving students, Ms. Spurlock continues to volunteer her time in the School Nutrition Department because she wants to be a blessing and be blessed.  She is a valuable resource to our department as well as our District.

Ms. Spurlock has been a resident of King William County for 38 years. She has 2 children, TaShawn (40) and DeVonte (25).  Cheryl enjoys working in our schools, which allows her to be close to home and her family, and because it is fun working with others.  In her spare time, Ms. Cheryl enjoys watching movies.  She is into films and short films.  Ms. Spurlock is a valued member of the King William County Public Schools team and has been a great asset to the School Nutrition Department.  Her effort and hard work is greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE

Tony Stone

Tony Stone

 

I am honored to nominate Tony Stone for Employee of the Month. His work ethic and passion to make sure the job is done correctly is outstanding. He is always willing to assist any department and comes to work with the same positive attitude every day. He brightens up every building he enters and makes you feel as though he has known you since day one. He is a director that puts in the time and effort which relays down to his hard working staff that he oversees. KWCPS is extremely blessed to have Tony apart of this team and community. Thanks for all you do!

 





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