(Eureka)— The Humboldt County Office of Education (HCOE) is proud to recognize eight outstanding classified school employees who have been named the County Classified School Employees of the Year (CSEY) for their exceptional work ethic and contributions to their teams.
The award winners and their schools are Jacquee Hagans from Eureka City Schools’ District Office Clerical and Administrative Services, Jim Hogan from Arcata High School Custodial and Maintenance Services, Cinthya Greene from Morris Elementary Food and Nutrition Services, Don Andrews from Morris Elementary Health and Student Services, Monica (Moe) Holt, Paraprofessional from Redwood Preparatory Charter, Noe Vazquez from Fortuna High School Security Services, Jeff Weber from Southern Humboldt Technical Services, and Dean Cherry from Glen Paul School Transportation Services. The 8 winners will represent Humboldt County in the state competition for State Classified Employee of the Year.
The CSEY Program acknowledges the crucial role that classified school employees play in supporting California’s more than six million public school students. From cafeteria workers to transportation services, these employees are the unsung heroes who contribute to creating a school environment that promotes student achievement, safety, and health.
The winners of the CSEY award were nominated by their supervisors and colleagues for their outstanding contributions to their teams. The award recognizes exemplary school employees who best represent all of California’s classified staff and symbolize the profession’s contributions and commitment to quality education. HCOE would like to congratulate the award winners and thank them for their tireless efforts in supporting Humboldt County’s students.
For more information about the Classified School Employees of the Year Program, please contact HCOE’s Visual & Performing Arts Manager, Stacy Young, M.A. or visit the California Department of Education’s website.