Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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Invitational Education

Superintendent’s Traveling Trophy for Invitational Education

Accepting energy cost avoidance traveling trophies (they are recycled trophies) are, left to right, LCPS Energy Education Specialist Sean Barham, accepting on behalf of Booker T. Washington Elementary School; Assistant Principal Gerald Drake accepting on behalf of Picacho Middle School; Principal Jo Beth Hawk and Assistant Principal Angie Holguin-Dotson accepting on behalf of Mayfield High School; and LCPS Energy Education Specialist Jim Mulhauser, accepting on behalf of the LCPS Physical Plant Department.

Accepting energy cost avoidance traveling trophies (they are recycled trophies) are, left to right, LCPS Energy Education Specialist Sean Barham, accepting on behalf of Booker T. Washington Elementary School; Assistant Principal Gerald Drake accepting on behalf of Picacho Middle School; Principal Jo Beth Hawk and Assistant Principal Angie Holguin-Dotson accepting on behalf of Mayfield High School; and LCPS Energy Education Specialist Jim Mulhauser, accepting on behalf of the LCPS Physical Plant Department.

University Hills Elementary School Principal Judy Foster, second from right, accepted Superintendent Stan Rounds' first ever LCPS Invitational Education award at the December 18, 2012 Board of Education meeting. At far left is University Hills Elementary Lead Custodian Gavien Barela. Second from left is former University Hills Elementary Assistant Principal Teresa Tenorio-Chacon (recently named the new principal of Sunrise Elementary School). At far right is Superintendent Stan Rounds.

University Hills Elementary School Principal Judy Foster, second from right, accepted Superintendent Stan Rounds’ first ever LCPS Invitational Education award at the December 18, 2012 Board of Education meeting. At far left is University Hills Elementary Lead Custodian Gavien Barela. Second from left is former University Hills Elementary Assistant Principal Teresa Tenorio-Chacon (recently named the new principal of Sunrise Elementary School). At far right is Superintendent Stan Rounds.

Superintendent Stan Rounds’ LCPS Invitational Education Award honors a school for its building-wide commitment to INVITATIONAL EDUCATION. The award is a recycled trophy inscribed with this quote from Mahatma Ghandi: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

University Hills Elementary School, December 2012
Sunrise Elementary School, February 2013
Columbia Elementary School, March 2013

Invitational Education SPIRiT of Excellence Award

Superintendent Stan Rounds and his Strategic Planning, Implementation and Review Team (SPIRiT) honor LCPS staff for their individual commitment to INVITATIONAL EDUCATION, helping LCPS create and/or enhance a safe, productive and inviting environment for learning and working at school.

Dr. Elizabeth J. Marrufo, Director, Elementary Instruction
Midge Baker, Secretary, Mayfield High School
Robert Estrada, teacher, Central Elementary School

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