Winner the week of October 1:
"I would like to nominate Amy Bonilla Mondragon for a BRAVO award. Amy's office is near the main entrance to the 9-R administration building and she is always ready to assist. She has patiently come to my aid to help guide visitors to the administration building. In addition, she has gone above and beyond when I needed paperwork signed, she went out of her way to ensure that I received the necessary signatures. Furthermore, she was so helpful when I needed my address updated. She gently coaxed the computer systems to align all of my addresses. I appreciate all of her assistance. She is such an asset to this district. She works so hard for 9R and she is such a wonderful person to be around."
Amy was nominated by Sarah Fischer! Congratulations Amy and thanks for all you do!
Winner the week of October 7:
"Park Elementary would like to nominate David Scott for his willingness to work with our Crew. He communicates when there will be sub shortage by calling ahead to let us know that he has acknowledge the shortage and helps problem solve with us to resolve the situation. David, thank you for problem solving with Park; we appreciate your continued support in finding substitutes."
David was nominated by Debi Lorenz, Susie Lloyd, Laurel Pate and Marie Voss-Patterson! Congratulations David and thanks for all you do!
Winner the week of October 14:
I would like to nominate Amanda Peter for the Bravo Award. She is a paraprofessional at Escalante that goes above and beyond to help students and staff at school. She is assigned to the Affective Education program, but helps with the students in the resource program, with significant needs, and in behavior. She is the go to person for the entire schools needs. Students feel connected with her and are able to tell her when they need support. In addition, she is seen helping all staff members, covering lunch breaks, and doing anything that is asked of her with a good attitude. After school Amanda is found in the gym; giving her time to coach girls volleyball and basketball. She represents the values that Escalante holds important "work hard, be kind."
Amanda was nominated by Janet Mondragon! Congratulations Amanda and thanks for all you do!
Winner the week of October 21:
"I want to nominate Melia Chavez at Sunnyside Elementary for the Bravo award. She is our Health Service Provider, but she goes way beyond that role. She encourages and cares for all staff and students. She is always willing to help and fill people's buckets (including those stranded on the highway). Melia is so much fun to work with and students trust and adore her. We are so lucky to work with someone like Melia!"
Amy was nominated by Autumn Frickle! Congratulations Melia and thanks for all you do!
Winner the week of October 28:
"I would like to nominate Sam Hicks for the Bravo Award in Transportation. Sam routinely dogs problems until they are solved to the best of her ability and beyond. This year, more than most years, the Transportation Dept is in a bind for drivers, as we all know. It causes a lot of stress for many of us, but Sam is my Go To person. I feel that she is an unsung hero in many situations that she has helped me through in getting teams and groups and activities to and fro across the state. And not only that, I truly appreciate her wit and humour as a release valve! Thanks, my friend!"
Amanda was nominated by Ann Duft Congratulations Sam and thanks for all you do!