Thursday, May 30, 2013
On May 23, Dorchester School District Two honored 49 employees who have joined the ranks of the retired this year. They have worked a combined total of 1,024 years in Dorchester School District Two providing essential services for students.
The retirees were honored at a special ceremony and reception at Summerville High School and were presented with a clock engraved with their names. This year’s retirees include teachers, maintenance staff, food service staff, secretaries, guidance counselors, teaching assistants, and administrators. Several of the individuals have worked at a school site from the day the school doors first opened. Several others have worked at the same district school for their entire career.
Superintendent Joe Pye wished the group well and thanked them for their dedicated service to the children of Dorchester School District Two.
“I thank you all for giving so much of yourselves over the years,” Pye said. “Your service to children and our school system has contributed greatly to the rich tradition of quality schools so valued and appreciated by the community.”
This year’s retirees include: Dale Allston, Rachel Altman, Margaret Andrews, Christine Rogers-Berry, Ronald Brady, Carolyn Brantley, Karen Bunch, Sandra Burt, Melvenia Busby, Ethel Campbell, James Carter, Cynthia Chapman, Deborah Chipman, Susan Evanoff, Peter Forte, Blanche Fowler, Celestine Gilliard, Dale Gordon, Ramona Grow, Monica Jenkins-Grundy, Harriet Hetzel, Karen Hughes, Wayne Jarrett, Denise Jimenez, Teresa Johnson, Trina Jones, Scott Kaple, Pamela King, Jami Rollo Knight, Mildred May, Cathy McClam, Earlene McDowell, Floyd Lemon, Angie Muse, Kathy Peebles, Monica Pence, Debra Polk, Mary Doar Rodrick, Linda Rogers, Melissa Simpson, Diane Singletary, Sally Southerland, Rebecca Sutusky, Janine Turpine, Helen Washington, Vernell Williams, George Winkle, Yarboro Winkle, Judy Young.
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