Super Staffers sponsored by Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union

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Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on November 14. Thanks to Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this month's Super Staffers! Pictured from left are School Board President Charles Cunningham, Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union's Julia Arceneaux, Lakeland Elementary Para-Educator Faten Baba, Curriculum and Instruction Secondary ELA Specialist Jennifer Woodall, Quest Early College High School RELA Co-Teacher Andrea Clurksy, and Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen.
 

Honored at the Board Meeting were the following Super Staffers:

 

Faten Baba —Lakeland Elementary, Para-Educator

Those who nominated her said, "Faten Baba serves as a para-educator in the Developmental class at Lakeland Elementary School. In her role, she works with 10 students, all of whom have unique qualities. Faten is calm, organized and patient with her students. She does not let them give up and pushes them to reach beyond their grasp. Ms. Baba expects and receives the best from her students each and everyday! She is a shining example that one person can and will make a difference in the lives of children."

 

Andrea Clurksy — Quest Early College High School, Assistant Principal's Secretary
Those who nominated her said, "Andrea Clursky is an irreplaceable member of the Quest staff. She exemplifies service and kindness to every individual she encounters. There is no problem that is too big or need that is too small. She’s always ready to serve and seeking opportunities to be good to people. She takes tremendous pride in being a team player. She cares for every student as though they are her own. It is a privilege to have such an impactful person on the Quest team. No one is more deserving of the Super Staffer honor than Andrea."

 

Jennifer Woodall — Curriculum & Instruction, Secondary ELA Specialist

Those who nominated her said, "Jennifer Woodall consistently finds new approaches to develop innovative ELA practices for Humble ISD. She looks for ways to make classroom instruction engaging and empowering to help aid in student success and build a lifelong love of literacy. Jennifer's knowledge of content and process across the K-12 range is amazing and she is consistently able to do her part on the team and provide insight to best practices for children. She has an amazing, caring heart and uses that as a guide in all her work."


 


CAMPUS SUPER STAFFERS

Each month, campuses and departments select an individual to be honored as a Super Staffer for their outstanding work in advancing student achievement. A drawing is held and three honorees receive additional recognition at the School Board Meeting, including a $100 gift card to Pappas Restaurants thanks to an award sponsor. The sponsor for the Super Staffer Awards this month is Humble ISD Education Foundation.

 

Elementary Super Staffers:

Atascocita Springs Elem – Michelle Dismuke, 2nd Grade Teacher

Bear Branch Elementary – Matthew Vybiral, Campus IT

Deerwood Elementary – Kasey Collette, Teacher

Elm Grove Elementary – Cynthia Brehmer, Instruction Technology Para

Fall Creek Elementary – Yanet Ririe, 5th Grade Math/Science

Foster Elementary – Kyle Curtsinger, PE Teacher

Green Tree Elementary – Brooke Sabrsula, Physical Therapist

Groves Elementary – Julie Roeder, RELA ALT

Hidden Hollow Elementary – Laura Krakehl, 3rd Grade Teacher

Humble Elementary – Jennifer Villarreal, ISS

Jack Fields Elementary – Marleen Gomez, Grade 3 Bilingual Teacher

Lakeland Elementary – Faten Baba, Developmental Para

Lakeshore Elementary – Sandra Rios, Speak Social Para Educator

Maplebrook Elementary – Volusia Boyd, Pre-K Paraprofessional

Oak Forest Elementary – Terri Savoy, P.E. Aide

Oaks Elementary – Melody Mackert, Behavior Para Educator

Park Lakes Elementary – Jackie Ticas, Attendance Specialist/Registrar

Pine Forest Elementary – Katelyn Powell, 1st grade teacher

River Pines Elementary – Cat Riggle, Parent / Community Liaison

Shadow Forest Elementary – Rachel Rice, 2nd grade teacher

Timbers Elementary – Shannon Dezell, School Nurse

Willow Creek Elementary – Jill Putnam, In class support para

Woodland Hills Elementary – Kristin Johnson, Counselor

 

Secondary Super Staffers:

Community Learning Center – Julie Gere, Math teacher

Humble Middle School – Jennifer Kite, Teacher

Kingwood High School – Mary Joseph, Custodian

Quest Early College High School – Andrea Clurksy, AP's Secretary

Riverwood Middle School – Anne Sims, Science ALT

Timberwood Middle School – Cinthia Ureta, Teacher

Woodcreek Middle school – Rodrick Davidson, In Class Support Para professional

 

Support Super Staffers:

Administration – Tonja Dennis, Administrative Assistant

BBTC – Martha Coakley, Division Secretary Technology Services

Child Nutrition Center – Jennifer Bodron, Child Nutrition Supervisor

Maintenance – Alvin Snow, Grounds Crewman

ISC – Jennifer Woodall, Secondary ELAR Specialist