Photos and videos of Employee Appreciation Day Events
Hakuna Matata! That’s what Bells City School sang February 6, 2014 in observance of Principal Appreciation Day as part of the Utrust Appreciation Program. The students and staff have “no worries” when it comes to being taken care of every day knowing Mr. Richard Davy is in charge! The students and staff showed appreciation for their Lion King principal by delivering special goodies, snacks and artwork. Mr. Davy also enjoyed the jungle theme displayed by all throughout the school declaring the “pride” they feel for their fearless leader and all he does to lead us in the right direction.
Fayetteville City Schools celebrated Special Staff Day on March 6, 2014. We recognized our school nurses and guidance counselors on this day.
My A-team made a sign for the custodian's door and also made scarecrow goody bags and a few of the kids dressed up like farmers and even had a teacher dress up as a scare crow!
Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District, Central Elementary, Central Middle and Central High School celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week in various ways. The best part of the week was that T-CAP was O-V-E-R!! Our first celebration was the presenting of ONE TEAM-ONE GOAL-TIGER STAFF t-shirts, a bottle of water and a candy bar to each teacher. Each building, following the "Wizard of Oz" theme, decorated their halls with various posters and yellow-brick roads, filled with notes on each brick, from students in various classes. The principals honored their teachers with a catered lunch fit for a "WIZARD"! To end our celebration, we made a GROUP PHOTO celebrating the END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR with our new shirts as we are, "ONE TEAM - ONE GOAL-TIGER STAFF"! We are clicking our heels together and celebrating another FANTASTIC YEAR of EDUCATING OUR FUTURE ADULTS!
For Superintendents Day we created a gift basket that contained our superintendent's favorite snacks and treats. We also created a banner for him. We loaded up a group of students and took them to our central office location so they could personally present him with his gifts. He had a big smile on his face and expressed his thanks to the students.