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January Employees of the Month

Broadway Teacher Andrea Feller joined the district in 2017 and has quickly become a valued staff member.  While she maximizes learning in her classroom, she goes above and beyond to provide for the families of Broadway.  She assists with the food program for families in need as well as the take-home book programs so students are able to build their exposure outside of school.  Andrea also serves as a mentor for three teachers and has worked diligently to improve early childhood services in the community.  The district is thankful for all that she does.

A veteran employee of the district, Payroll Specialist Kim Harrison has always been consistent in every situation.  She is known for her kindness and respectfulness to everyone in every setting.  Described as humble and hardworking, she has always shown 100% dedication to her school district.  Even in tough situations she is never negative and is always offering to help others.  She is an asset to the schools and truly cares about the kids, teachers, and staff members.

2019-02-13T08:49:51-07:00February 13th, 2019|

September Employees of the Month

Julie Schneider (on the left) has been a Longview Schools team member for over 20 years, and a good portion of that time has been spent at Broadway Early Learning Center. She is on the PTO committee, Site Based Committee, the Trelis Team, and has many other “hats” she wears at the campus. Julie has so much history and knowledge when it comes to connecting with Broadway families. She truly understands how impactful early intervention can be for our students. Her nominator referred to her as a “gem” and feels very lucky to have her on the team.

Theresa Bru (on the right)  has been a para educator since 2011 when she started at Cascade Middle School, eventually moving to Kessler. Theresa is quick to spot and address student needs and always does so with a smile. She has made it a smooth transition for many students who have moved back to Kessler with the opening of a new Extensive Support Program. Her nominator noted that, “Theresa is amazing!”

2018-11-06T14:37:11-07:00November 6th, 2018|

May Employees of the Month

May Certificated Employee of the Month Debra Holmes joined Cascade as a counselor late Summer 2017, and quickly became an invaluable member or the team, trusted by staff and students alike.

Debra is often one of the first staff members to the school in the morning and often stays late to ensure that things are handled. She spends the majority of her day working with and supporting students at Cascade who trust her as they seek her out for support and guidance.

She is willing to jump in and help support where she is needed and is a fixture in the halls at passing and in the lunch room–speaking with students, building relationships and encouraging students to act appropriately.

May Classified Employee of the Month Eric Becker transitioned from a substitute custodian to a permanent employee at Broadway approximately a year ago.

His personality has been a great match for Broadway staff and preschool children—including his good sense of humor. Eric goes beyond expectations in the quality and quantity of work in an expedient manner. He exhibits a “can do” and “will do” attitude at all times.



2018-06-14T08:35:28-07:00June 14th, 2018|

September Employees of the Month

The first Employees of the Month for the 2016-17 school year are honored for their exceptional service to the district’s students.

Carrie Bodenhamer (left) has served Olympic students 18 years and has spent all those years as a member of the school’s leadership team providing staff support through trainings and presentations. In her classroom, her lessons are consistently engaging and meaningful for her learners. She has served on many school and district committees and served as a summer school lead teacher, technology resource teacher and support to PLC facilitators through her data analysis.

becky-and-carrieBroadway paraeducator Becky Pair (right) is credited with giving 150% of her energy and attention to her students. She comes to Broadway each day with an attitude and smile building positive relationships with children, parents, and colleagues. Although she is not always treated kindly by children with social-emotional, physical and/or adaptive delays, she provides a comforting, calming and attentive manner to youngsters.

2017-03-29T16:31:35-07:00November 1st, 2016|