Written by Karen Wells, Director, Human Resources, WCS Wednesday, 25 July 2012 16:24
Bryan Roddenberry, April Teacher of the Month, has been coaching public school students in elementary physical education for almost twenty years.Fortunately, in 2007, he was hired at Riversink to specifically share his knowledge and enthusiasm with the Otters. He has also coached for the Parks and Recreation Department for fifteen years.
Roddenberry graduated with a bachelor and master’s degree at Florida State University and is a National Board Certified Teacher. He grew up in South Florida graduating from Coral Springs High School.
When asked what he enjoys most about his job at Riversink, Roddenberry shares, “The staff I work with at Riversink has the most positive attitude I have ever been around in my career.” Principal Jackie High adds, “Bryan is a joy. He is fun and playful while remaining professional at all times. He has established an outstanding PE program and pick up routine at our school. He is dependable and dedicated and we appreciate him. Bryan Roddenberry plays a key role in the success of Riversink Elementary School.”
The April Employee of the Month is Transportation Department Bus Driver, Hiram Carter. Carter has been a school bus driver for the district since January 2007. Prior to that time he worked for the state in the Information Systems Department.
A 1959 graduate of Crawfordville High School, Carter shares he enjoys interacting with co-workers and students. He adds, “Each day offers something new and different. This job has taught me how fortunate I am to be involved with a great school system, transporting wonderful and delightful students.”
Transportation Coordinator Pat Jones said, “Mr. Carter is dedicated to the safety of Wakulla students and it shows in the smooth and efficient running of his bus routes. He has a great can-do attitude at all times. Mr. Carter possesses the knowledge, patience, natural talent and experience necessary to make our students feel safe. His contributions to the success of the transportation department are an asset.”
Superintendent David Miller and the Wakulla County School Board applaud the dependability and dedication these employees bring to the District as well as the positive attitude they display on behalf of the students, schools, the profession of education and communities they serve.
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