25 Year Staff Receive Student Made Gift

Topeka Public Schools recognized staff members who have served the district for 25 years at last week’s Board of Education meeting. The staff members were treated to a reception in their honor, then were formally recognized by the school board. Each of the 30 staff members reaching the 25 year milestone received a certificate and a plaque signifying their achievement. The plaques were each custom made by the students in teacher Steve Greene’s woods class at Capital City Schools. Several of the students-- Diamond, Cameron and Timothy-- attended the Board of Education meeting and helped pass out plaques they created to the honorees.

The following staff members were recognized for their long commitment to Topeka Public Schools:

Robin Allen, Ross Elementary School
Dwight Almond, Linn Education Center
Ann Aubert, Meadows Elementary School
Janet Boos, Landon Middle School
Fernando Borrego, Hope Street Academy
Meg Braun, Lundgren/Holland Education Center
Janet Campbell, Robinson Middle School
Marc Garcia, Robinson Middle School
James Grosdidier, Topeka High School
Tamara Hurd, Eisenhower Middle School
Lenore Jefferson, Avondale West
Thomas King, Highland Park High School
Teresa Lind-White, Quincy Elementary School
John Marr, Information Technology
Susan Martin, Sheldon Child Development Center
Sheila McDonald, Lundgren/Holland Education Center
Onecia Mercer, Jardine Middle School
Teri Moormann, Highland Park High School
Sherry Perry, Capital City Schools
Julie Riphan, Topeka High School
Danny Rome, Topeka High School
Monica Schrag, Scott Magnet School
Dee Ann Seelbach, Ross Elementary School
Brad Snyder, Jardine Middle School
Brenda Soldani, Chase Middle School
Corrie Stanley, Shaner Elementary School
Jennifer Stadler, Highland Park High School
Anita Starbuck, Southard Building
Carla Tegethoff, Highland Park Central Elementary School
Joann Walker, Highland Park High School

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