Liz Kuhns-Boyle is the winner of the EducationWorld Teacher Appreciation Contest, intended to honor and reward the exceptional people who not only are committed to teaching, but who also couldn’t imagine doing anything else.
Educators from across the nation explained to the editors why they wouldn’t trade teaching for any other job. Read Liz’s inspiring story and recognition here.
This week we recognize our school nutrition professionals!
Between preparing healthy meals for America’s students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies and offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals are true Heroes!
School Nutrition Employee Week provides the perfect opportunity to recognize the hardworking professionals in our school cafeterias. We have designated this week to remind everyone—directors, managers, parents, students, and school staff —that school nutrition employees are superheroes that deserve some recognition.
Many thanks to Betty Thurston and the Transportation Department staff for hosting a beautiful reception at the new Oilville facility this morning to ring in the holidays.
Transportation and Maintenance Staff at the 2013 Holiday Gathering
John Hendron and Dr. James Lane admire the transportation poster commemorating the opening of the new facility.
Mrs. Thurston offers holiday cheer to an employee.
Those attending the December 10 meeting of the Goochland County School Board were treated to a performance by Goochland Middle School’s newest musical group, “Out of the Blue.” Led by teacher, Ms. Erin Brooks, this talented group of singers is an example of the many club opportunities the school is providing to students to further engage and inspire students to set high standards for themselves and one another.
For more information about clubs at GMS contact principal, Ms. Jenn Smith.