There are individuals throughout our district that go above and beyond on a regular basis. For February, we would like to recognize the following for their hard work and dedication to our students:
Shout out to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Dickerson, and Mrs. Sam for helping out with the Academic Team and Tournament!
Shout out to Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Howard for working on the math and reading grant renewal!
Shout out to Mrs. Massie, Mrs. Flanery, Mrs. Ashley, and the Isonville Student Council for assisting with the PTO Valentine's Dance!
Shout out to Mrs. Oliver for getting an early start on Gifted/Talented testing!
Shout out to Mrs. Skaggs for attending the KCM training and helping her students during breakfast with assignments they didn't understand from the day before!
Shout out to Kellie Vanhoose for taking on the Science Fair and for helping her students to an area and a state win!
Shout out to Whitney Moore and Stephanie Reynolds for the hard work put into the Academic Team!
Shout out to Jennifer Flannery for keeping everyone on task!
Shout out to Melissa Hay and Rachel Barker for helping in all of the classrooms every day!
Shout out to Becca Ison for working so hard on the RTA grant!
Shout out to Kerie Steele, Lisa Elam, and Jamee Markwell on completing the Orton Gillingham Comprehensive Training!
Shout out to all teachers for planning activities and making Sandy Hook Elementary look great during Read Across America Week!
Shout out to Kandi, Molly, and Troy for disinfecting the building during flu season!
Shout out to Maynard Stevens for coaching an awesome middle school academic team and having three students advance to State Governor's Cup!
Shout out to Sally Greene for tacking MOS certification in her business class and helping five students (so far) achieve their goals!
Shout out to Rebekah Hitch for accompanying and supporting her Science Fair students to the state competition at Northern Kentucky University!
If anyone would like to recognize someone for their "above and beyond" efforts to make our students' school experiences better, please let your principal know.