DD2 recognizes its 2014 Star Performers

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2014

A crowd gathered in Summerville High School’s auditorium on April 24 to celebrate the “unsung heroes” of Dorchester District Two.

The Star Performer award recognizes notable faculty members at each school in the district – notable employees who have pulled their weight and work diligently behind the scenes at all the schools.

DD2 board members came together to recognize these Star Performers and praise them for their hard work:

Alston Middle – Pat Pursley

Ashley Ridge High – Greg Dearing

Beech Hill Elementary – Angie Grant

Dubose Middle – Tamara “LaWanna” Wise

Eagle Nest Elementary – Dominique Bivins

Fort Dorchester Elementary – Andrea McDonough

Fort Dorchester High – Lisa Gilligan

Flowertown Elementary – Cynthia McClellan

Givhans Alternative Program – Robert Lewis

Gregg Middle – Beth Tompkins

Joseph R. Pye Elementary – JoAnne Marcoff

Knightsville Elementary – Ellen Carney

Newington Elentary – Maggie Gilpin

Oakbrook Elementary – John West

Oakbrook Middle – Randy Staley

River Oaks Middle – Adri Salvador

Rollings Middle School of the Arts – Sandy Edwards

Spann Elementary – Lori Goger

Summerville Elementary – Laura Wheaton

Summerville High – Darryl Tucker

William Reeves Elementary – Donna Walker

Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary – James Mackey

District Office – Anna Cribb

Special Services – Chris Waechter

Extended Day – Andrea Bryson

Maintenance/Facilities – Cindy Purvis

Technology – Jonathan Hamilton

“We’re a star-performing district and a star-performing community,” Superintendent Joe Pye said during his opening remarks. “You hold your own and you make us proud – you spread it through the building.

“We’re only as good as the people who work here,” he added. “We make a good team. We’re all a family – and we’re a growing family.”


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