Staff in the Spotlight - October 2017

The district is pleased to announce the October 2017 Staff in the Spotlight recipients. Every month, each of our schools will honor a staff member at their building for going above and beyond their regular duties or for doing something special. Join us in celebrating these outstanding employees!

miriah golter McKay Miriah Golter is honored for working hard with every 2nd grader to attain math skills and for her amazing support with all students on the playground. Miriah is always available to help problem solve with adults to provide supports that are best for kids.
lisa lake Sherwood Lisa Lake's work with youth is amazing, not just with special needs students but all students. She is always so patient, kind and soft spoken to the students at Sherwood, the school is very lucky to have her on staff.
melissa gambill Washington Melissa Gambill is recognized for always being kind and supportive with children. She handles her responsibilities in the classroom and success room professionally.
anne sokoloski PELC Ann Sokoloski unselfishly gives so much extra time and energy to help students adjust to kindergarten and to succeed. She goes above and beyond to help children and staff through some of their toughest days with fairness, understanding and kindness.
jill pitt Sunridge Jill Pitt is a great person to work with and always makes people feel like they are part of a team.
stu clem PHS/Hawthorne Stu Clem is honored for an amazing & organized Homecoming Week – so much of his time directly affects our students!
kim richards Homestead Kim Richards does an outstanding job in our Science Department, getting our students ready to take on the rigors of transitioning to the public school classrooms at PHS.
pam wiley Nixyaawii Pam Wiley is always willing to help a student or staff member and always has a positive attitude and a smile.
tim gilbert District Office/
Tim Gilbert is recognized for his efforts in getting district employees enrolled for their health insurance benefits in a timely and humorous manner. Great job, Tim!