In honoring the Classified Employee of the Year, Kerri Allred, Business Manager Jared Black noted that she has worked for the Emery School District for nearly 24 years, including nine years as an educational assistant and 15 years as the accounts payable specialist. “Kerri excels in all of her assignments and works with a high level of efficiency,” Mr. Black said. “She has outstanding customer service skills and is always friendly and cordial in working with a variety of vendors, employees and the public.”
Dale Roundy, the Secondary Teacher of the Year, has been at Green River High School for 13 years, and according to Principal Kayce Fluckey, has worked hard each of those years to improve his content knowledge and teaching skills. “Dale is a great science teacher,” the principal said. “He makes learning fun and engaging.” She points out that Mr. Roundy teaches 7 th and 8 th grade science as well as Earth Systems, Biology, Physics, Environmental Science, and this year he added robotics to his schedule and spends most afternoons after school working with the Robotics Team.
In addition to the announcements at each of the winners’ respective schools, they will be honored by the Emery School Board at its June 20, 7 pm meeting at the district office.
Photo Caption: Kerri Allred accepts the award from Superintendent Davis for Classified Employee of the Year. Mrs. Allred works in the Emery School District Business Department.
Photo Caption: Left to right: Participating in the annual recognition program are, left to right, Cottonwood Principal John Hughes, Teacher of the Year Stephanie Roper, Volunteer of the Year Pam Howard, and Emery District Elementary Supervisor Ralph Worthen.
Photo Caption: Superintendent Davis, left, District Secondary Supervisor Jed Jensen, right,
congratulate Dale Roundy after he was named Emery District Secondary Teacher of the Year. Mr. Roundy teaches science at Green River High School.
For more information regarding this press release, contact Superintendent Davis at the district office77.