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KPBSD Golden Apple Award Recognition - Fall 2014

KPBSD Golden Apple Awards Fall 2014

KPBSD Golden Apple Award Recognition

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education is proud to recognize Central Peninsula Hospital, for dedication to the students, parents, and staff in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District.

Golden Apple Awards

The Board of Education bestows Golden Apple Awards to school district employees, volunteers, and community organizations that go to extra lengths to support and advance education. Recipients are honored at a school board meeting with a proclamation and an engraved apple award. District employees, parents, school board members, volunteers, and community members are eligible to make nominations for the award.

 

KPBSD Golden Apple Awards Fall 2014

Golden Apple Award | November 3, 2014
James Reinseth, Educator

“Mr. Reinseth’s most notable contribution which will soon extend throughout the district came when Deb Evensen, an educational consultant, observed that Mr. Reinseth regularly implements with his regular education students the “Eight Magic Keys” that she recommends for students with compromised brains due to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) or Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE). Overcoming shyness and his natural inclination to stick to himself, Mr. Reinseth agreed to work with Nancy Kleine, principal; Deb Evensen; and Clayton Holland, director of student services, to capture his teaching for a training film for teachers. This film shows how to teach in ways that help all students without leaving behind those with brain dysfunctions.” Learn more…

KPBSD Golden Apple Awards Fall 2014

Golden Apple Award | November 3, 2014
Nadejda Reutov, Custodian

“Principal Wojciak said, ‘Nadejda Reutov’s personal pride is visible within our school, she pours her passion into every aspect of her job. She never complains about her responsibilities, is understanding in regard to school activities, and takes initiative without needing direction. Nadejda has an incomparable work ethic and is an invaluable member of the Voznesenka staff and school culture.’” Read more…

 

KPBSD Golden Apple Awards Fall 2014

Golden Apple Award | August 4, 2014
Central Peninsula Hospital, Community Partner

“Project SEARCH is an intensive internship program for eighteen to twenty-two year olds, with disabilities, to learn targeted job skills in order to successfully apply for and earn a job within the community. In order to be successful, the host business must understand the requirements of the program and the needs of the young adults. The hospital staff is not only understanding of these aspects, but they are dedicated to helping the interns to learn job skills. It all starts at the top with the directors of the departments taking a risk to have an intern work within their department. From there, the departments’ job mentors dedicate their time to ensuring success for all.” Read on…
 

Golden Apple Awards
The Board of Education bestows Golden Apple Awards to school district employees, volunteers, and community organizations that go to extra lengths to support and advance education. Recipients are honored at a school board meeting with a proclamation and an engraved apple award. District employees, parents, school board members, volunteers, and community members are eligible to make nominations for the award. Complete a nomination form, write a letter of nomination explaining why you believe the nominee is deserving of special recognition. Click for additional information.

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