Wyandotte Public Schools Honors Staff Members

The Wyandotte Board of Education handed out its 2012 District Outstanding Staff Awards on Tuesday.

Several Wyandotte educators, administrators and support staff were honored at Tuesday's Board of Education meeting for going above and beyond the call of duty.

"The Wyandotte District Outstanding Staff Awards could be considered the 'Honors Night' for our staff members," school superintendent Carla Harting said. "Staff members are selected who have made contributions to our district through their hard work, support of students, and staff members.

"It is difficult to select just one person for each of these awards. We have so many excellent and deserving staff members. These awards give us an opportunity to recognize and celebrate those who constantly go above and beyond."

Honored were:

  • High School Teacher – Pat Haley
  • Middle School Teacher – George Purdu
  • Elementary Teacher – Wendy Brown
  • Rookie Teacher – Megan Robertson (Roosevelt)
  • Support Employee – Mike Foucher
  • District Ancillary Professional – Maria Sutka (Washington and Wilson)
  • Center Programs Teacher – Candace Lewkowicz (Wilson)
  • Center Programs Rookie Teacher – Joseph Condon (Wilson)
  • Center Programs Ancillary Professional – LaThomas Willis
  • TLC Paraprofessional – Dawn Gatesy (Wilson)
  • Madison Paraprofessional – Michelle Stechschulte
  • Jo Brighton Paraprofessional – Denise Forgione
  • Administrator of the Year - Vicki Wilson (Monroe)
  • Department - Operations, Bernie Bowers
Larry Stec May 31, 2012 at 01:03 PM
Congratulations to all the award recipients! Great schools make great communities, and we in Wyandotte are fortunate to have great administrators, teachers, staff, and support personnel on the job in our schools. Thanks to all of you for all that you do, and enjoy your upcoming, well deserved summer break!


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