The William S. Hart Union High School District governing board is slated Wednesday to recognize 20 individuals as classified employees of the year.
One honoree was selected by the staff at each of the district’s 20 sites, including administration and alternative schools. Employees were picked for their “exemplary service in promoting learning, respect, positive relationships, fairness and a safe environment,” according to a school board report.
Classified employees are personnel who hold positions not requiring state certification, such as classroom aides, secretarial, housekeeping, food service, maintenance, transportation and clerical positions.
Alphabetically by site, the honorees for 2011-2012 Classified Employees of the Year are:
Joe Garcia, Custodian, Academy of the Canyons
Phil Rosas, Groundskeeper II, Administrative Center
Kathie Loughlin, ASB Office Secretary, Arroyo Seco Junior High
Heidi Levy, Campus Supervisor, Bowman High School
Valerie Nelson, AP Office Secretary, Canyon High School
Elaine Bingham, Career Transition Advisor, Career Visions Center
Randy Hurst, Instructional Assistant, Golden Oak Adult School
Gilbert Castro, Lead Custodian, Golden Valley High School
Lorie Pecsi, School Administrative Assistant, Hart High School
Ana Valverde, AP Office Secretary, La Mesa Junior High
Peggy Zemansky, Assistant Registrar, Learning Post
Janice Dennington, School Administrative Assistant, Placerita Junior High
Mary Lively, School Administrative Assistant, Rancho Pico Junior High
Carol Scholl, Instructional Assistant II, Rio Norte Junior High
Linda Mehl, School Administrative Assistant, Saugus High School
Rebecca Cheever, Health Assistant, Sequoia Charter School
Debbie Dunn, School Administrative Assistant, Sierra Vista Junior High
Heidi Czerniakowski, Instructional Assistant, Transition Leaning Center
Anne Carpenter, Instructional Assistant, Valencia High School
Christine Smith, Counseling Office Secretary, West Ranch High School
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