Special Education Citizenís Advisory Council Presents 4th Annual Awards Night
Release Date: 4/19/2012 10:39:51 AM
The Carroll County Public School System’s Special Education Citizen’s Advisory Council (SECAC) held its fourth annual awards night on Tuesday, April 17, 2012, at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center. The honorees are listed below:
(Staff to staff recognition of excellence in providing services and supports to students with disabilities)
Cranberry Station Elementary School
Taneytown Elementary School
Leslie Kellner, Natalie Bordner, Kimberly Robeson
Westminster High School
Allison Battaglia, Bronwyn Emerson
William Winchester Elementary School
Beth Davis, Amanda Kreis, Debbie Waterman, Joanne Bowen, Jennifer Kurtz, Jessica DiBella, Julie Gordon, Dawn Seibel, Anne Poissant, Beth Drager, Debbie Shiloh, Jamie Hopkins, Jamie Ridgley, Heather Miller, Emily Donaldson, Janet Cole, Martha Cotterman, Lesa Griffith
Recognition and Appreciation Awards
(Community recognition of excellence in providing services and supports to students with disabilities)
Amy Gromada and Linda Purcell, West Middle School
Christina Williams, Change, Inc.
Lauren Latane-Valis, Liberty High School
Sue Lysy, Judy Center Partnership
Jean Hruch, Mechanicsville Elementary School
Wesley Winters, Winters Mill High School
Greg Carlow, Westminster Elementary School
Michelle Long, Robert Moton Elementary School
Liza Hieronimus, Karen Dorbert, Kim Diggs, Katherine Leppo, and Martin Tierney at Manchester Elementary School
Regina McCombs, Megan Lintz, Rachel Manko, and Tracy Wentworth at Winters Mill High School.
Gina Hughes, Melissa Freeman, Donna Langmead, Stacey Birckner and Karen Mitchell at Hampstead Elementary School
Superintendent Stephen Guthrie and Supervisor of Special Education Russell Gray presented certificates to all who were honored.
These awards honor teachers, speech pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other service providers, as well as administrators, family members, community members, and students, who have truly gone to extraordinary efforts to contribute in a compassionate and caring way to the growth, happiness, and general well-being of children.