Dear Cloverleaf Community Member,
As an administrator in this district, I have witnessed a high level of professionalism and commitment from staff and community members over the years, especially these past years with a new elementary school and financial issues. These individuals truly demonstrate a dedication and desire based on love and concern of students, not because of any accolades they could potentially receive. To me, this is the reason for the Pride Award. We can acknowledge the great work of our peers and community members just because we appreciate what they have done. This award gives us an outlet to recognize performance on a grand scale that may have otherwise gone unrecognized.
Please know I understand how taxing the last months of school can be. I also understand you may not feel you have the time to nominate someone. Regardless, nominations are judged on content, not literary expertise. If you have known a colleague or community member who has done exemplary work and would like them to be acknowledged for it, please consider nominating them. Rest assured I won’t be making the decision myself. We actually have a committee of at least 14 people comprised of certified and classified employees, community members, administrators and board member with representation from all three schools! Should you choose, we would gladly accept your nomination as an email attachment sent to Karen.Martin@cloverleaflocal.org
. The application deadline is April 26, 2013.
Thank you for your consideration.
Karen M. Martin
Cloverleaf Elementary School, Principal PK-2