Board recognizes staff achievementsThe Carroll County...

January 31, 1994

Board recognizes staff achievements

The Carroll County School Board is recognizing these staff members for their achievements:

* Linda Danmyer, secretary in Curriculum Division: for receiving a certificate of appreciation from Gov. William Donald Schaefer for her work on Total Quality Management conferences last fall.

* William Hill, machine technology instructor at the Career and Technology Center: for receiving the award of excellence from the Greater Baltimore Committee and Regional Technology Council for efforts in developing student awareness of manufacturing careers.

* Dianne Hoffman, reading teacher at West Middle School; Mary Kimmins, learning problems teacher at Westminster High; Aurora Pagulayan, Extended Enrichment Program teacher, Curriculum Division; and Alan Powers, social studies teacher at New Windsor Middle School.

The four presented "Overcoming Change Resistance Through Meaningful Performance Assessment" at the Maryland Assessment Group Conference in November.

* Catherine Hood, reading resource teacher; Susan Hostetter, reading teacher at Mount Airy Middle; and Diane Hoffman, reading teacher at West Middle: for presenting "Understanding the Knots in Performance Assessment" at the Maryland Middle School Association Fall Conference last fall.

Ms. Hoffman also will be videotaped as part of a publication by Video Journal of Education on performance assessment.

* Joyce Mays and Inez Reichert, driver trainers with the Transportation Department: for being selected by the Maryland State Department of Education to co-teach a statewide workshop, "School Bus Driver Instruction Workshop."

* Karen Pearce, English teacher, West Middle School: for presenting "Looking for Science in Literary Places" at the Maryland Middle School Association Fall Conference last fall.

* Laurie Walters, East Middle School, and Patricia Zepp, New Windsor Middle School, both media specialists: for making the presentation "Versatility Via Volunteers" on using adult and student volunteers in media centers at the 1993 fall conference of the Maryland Educational Media Organization.

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