2013 Teachers, Support Staff members named at Fort Mill schools

Staff reportsFebruary 14, 2013 

— The Fort Mill School District has named its teachers and support staff of the year for 2013.

The winners were nominated by, and voted on, by their peers at each school. The top teachers and support staff will serve on the district Teacher and Classified Liaison Committees respectively, which meet monthly with the superintendent and district administrators.

Teachers honored were:

Fort Mill High: Mary Elizabeth Kinard, world history

Nation Ford High: Jose Figuero, Spanish

Banks Trail Middle: Leslie Nivens, 8th grade math

Fort Mill Middle: Mary Strat Lake, family & consumer science

Gold Hill Middle: Angela Toms, 8th grade science

Springfield Middle: Sara Wallace, special education

Fort Mill Elementary: Blair Wright, kindergarten

Gold Hill Elementary: Chris Beasley, third grade

Orchard Park Elementary: Cindy Colonna, second grade

Pleasant Knoll Elementary: Megan Mongelli, technology

Riverview Elementary: Kendall Tough, first grade

Springfield Elementary: Roberta Martin, art

Sugar Creek Elementary: Lipi Pratt, fourth

Support staff honored were:

Fort Mill High School: Charlotte Hendrix, secretary

Nation Ford High School: Dana Gibson, secretary

Banks Trail Middle: Kim Rinks, instructional assistant

Fort Mill Middle: Angela Payne, instructional assistant

Gold Hill Middle: Sara Jo McKinney, bookkeeper

Springfield Middle: Lou Wylie, technology assistant

Fort Mill Elementary: Debbie Morshead, instructional assistant

Gold Hill Elementary: Angie Davis, instructional assistant

Pleasant Knoll Elementary: Grenda Dountz, nurse

Riverview Elementary: Henry Stewart, cross guard

Springfield Elementary: Kelly Brugge, instructional assistant

Sugar Creek Elementary: Deidra DalPoggetto, receptionist

Student Nutrition: Gwen Hoyle, cafeteria manager

Maintenance/operations: Michelle Jolly, maintenance painter

Technology/District Office: Chuck Wallace, computer tech engineer

Transportation: Frances Cook, bus driver, Orchard Park Elementary School, Gold Hill Middle School.

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