Fifteen Staff Members Honored as Outstanding Possibilities in Action Partners
November 20th, 2020
Fifteen HCPSS staff members were recently named Outstanding Possibilities in Action Partners by the National Association of School Psychologists.
The “Possibilities in Action” Partners Program seeks to help school psychologists promote children’s success in school and life. Specifically the program seeks to highlight the importance of meeting the needs of the whole child and improve collaboration by honoring individual members within the school community who, either through their own efforts or by encouraging the efforts of others, make an exceptional difference in the education, development, and overall well-being of students and their families.
The program aligns with HCPSS’ Strategic Call to Action as it celebrates school staff members who work to meet the needs of the whole child including their overall well-being.
The following staff members were recognized at the November 19, 2020 Board of Education meeting:
- Holly Flanagan, School Social Worker, Applications and Research Laboratory
- Malcolm Anderson, Assistant Principal, Long Reach High School
- Vilma Bonilla, Hispanic Achievement Liaison, Murray Hill Middle School
- April Burnett, Reading Specialist, Murray Hill Middle School
- Mark Dunbar, Gifted and Talented Resource Teacher, Murray Hill Middle School
- Lauren Heiserman, Alternative Education Teacher, Murray Hill Middle School
- Angela Sullivan, Paraeducator, Murray Hill Middle School
- Jeffrey Fink, Principal, Oakland Mills High School
- Paula Murphy, Special Education Instructional Team Leader, Oakland Mills High School
- Donna Ueckermann, School Counselor; Instructional Team Leader, Oakland Mills High School
- Deborah Velencia, Special Education Instructional Team Leader, Oakland Mills High School
- Dion Chapman, Special Education Teacher Regional ED Program, Reservoir High School
- Vanessa Morales, Hispanic Achievement Liaison, Reservoir High School
- Jacqueline Rebok, French Teacher/Administrative Intern, Reservoir High School
- Gregory Solomon, Special Education Teacher, Reservoir High School