Marsha Benton was recognized by the staff at Bexar County Learning Center for Personal Accountability within her campus. Ms. Benton was recommended for this award for creating a career exploration curriculum for students at the Bexar County Learning Center. When a need arose to provide opportunities for students at BCLC to explore ways to plan for their future, Ms. Benton did not hesitate to take action. Because of her actions, students are now learning about possible careers for their future.
Jasmine Hales was recognized by school board trustee, Claudia Barrientos, for her collaboration. Coach Hales organized a volleyball game, "Dig Pink Night," at East Central High School. Proceeds collected from donations and silent auction items were given to cancer awareness programs. Through her efforts to collaborate with various individuals, she was able to plan and execute this exciting and fun event, which raised $500.
Maureen Reid was recognized at the October ECISD School Board Meeting for her adaptability. Ms. Reid made a move as a first grade teacher to the new fine arts teacher at Pecan Valley Elementary. Because of campus growth, Ms. Reid needed to move her classroom onto the school's stage giving her a smaller learning environment. She was not deterred by the challenge and was able to create a beautiful environment where students will not participate not only in music, but drama and art programs as well.
Anhoa Vo, a paraprofessional at Pecan Valley Elementary, was recognized by the staff for her teamwork. Ms. Vo uses innovative ideas to support all students. She is flexible with her schedule to ensure that staff and students are fully supported. She is a take charge person who can identify a problem, create a viable plan, and executes the plan fully. She currently assists with fire drills, inventory, Continuous Campus Growth team, various school duties all the while creating a positive culture and climate on campus.