News Release, Calvert County Public Schools
The Board of Education of Calvert County Public Schools recognized Employees of the Month for the month of May at the May 23 meeting.
The Employees of the Month are:
- Jayme Pieretti
- Lori DiToto
Career & Technology Academy
- Kristal Bonalewicz
- Catrina Wright
Plum Point Middle
- Nicole Penix
- Dana Plater
Plum Point Elementary
- Shannyn Petersen
- Sarah Kane
- Lynda Hampshire
- Linda Kovacs
School system employees are recognized monthly at Board of Education meetings in accordance with Policy #6620. During the school year, the Board recognizes one support staff member and one professional staff member from designated schools, with each school scheduled for recognition one time per year. Central office support staff and teacher specialists are recognized in June. School and central office administrators are recognized in August.
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