Board of Education honors retirees for service to children, CCPS

Board of Education honors retirees for service to children, CCPS


The Board of Education honored several Charles County Public Schools employees at a June 12 retirement ceremony. Honored were employees who have retired since June 30, 2013, and those who have already announced their retirements at the end of this school year. Retirees are listed below by name, last position held, location, and years of service.

  • Larry Adams, ROTC instructor, Henry E. Lackey High School, 30;
  • Susan Adams, English as a Second Language (ESOL) teacher, Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer Elementary School, 24;
  • Edward Baker, ESOL teacher, Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Elementary School, 40;
  • Paige Baker, special education teacher, Dr. Thomas L. Higdon Elementary School, 40;
  • Gerard Barrett, coordinating supervisor of planning and construction, Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building/Annex I Building, 36;
  • Toni Bateman, physical education teacher, Dr. Gustavus Brown Elementary School, 35;
  • Barbara Bates, media instructional assistant, Mary B. Neal Elementary School, 10;
  • Nancy Biggs, secretary, Lifelong Learning Center, 26;
  • Frances Bugin, staff accountant/investing accounts, Starkey, 36;
  • Mary Jane Burger, media specialist, C. Paul Barnhart Elementary School, 32;
  • Laura Bushery, elementary school instructional assistant, Berry Elementary School, 24;
  • Mary Carroll, building service worker, Lackey, 32;
  • William Chichester, physical education teacher, North Point High School, 35;
  • Patricia Clatterbuck, computer teacher, Robert D. Stethem Educational Center, 7;
  • Jean Collins, special education instructional assistant, Thomas Stone High School, 33;
  • Van Connor, pupil personnel worker, General Smallwood Middle School/Starkey, 44;
  • Katheryne Cook, speech therapist, Barnhart, 21;
  • Karl Craton, social studies teacher, La Plata, 34;
  • Margaret Cronin, fourth-grade teacher, Berry, 33;
  • Paula Cureton, fifth-grade teacher, Walter J. Mitchell Elementary School, 38;
  • Bruce Davis, social studies teacher, Lackey, 17;
  • Catherine Davis, food service worker, Smallwood, 15;
  • Aeronita Dillard, administrative assistant, Stone, 30;
  • Sandra Dippold, vocal music teacher, Barnhart, 28;
  • Gregory Ehman, mathematics teacher, Maurice J. McDonough High School, 33;
  • Nora Eicholtz, art teacher, McDonough, 24;
  • Charlotte Estes, secretary, Berry, 22;
  • Mary Fenton, kindergarten teacher, J.C. Parks Elementary School, 35;
  • Linda Fernandes, special education instructional assistant, Matthew Henson Middle School, 17;
  • Catherine Flowers, kindergarten teacher, Mary H. Matula Elementary School, 36;
  • Andrea Ford, food service worker, McDonough, 29;
  • Keith Fowler, maintenance worker, Charles County Public Schools maintenance shop, 30;
  • Janice Gilroy, special education prekindergarten instructional assistant, Matula, 22;
  • Charles Glaeser, physical education teacher, John Hanson Middle School, 37;
  • Sally Goldsmith, food service manager, Smallwood, 20;
  • Patrice Graff, first-grade teacher, Gale-Bailey Elementary School, 40;
  • Susan Grote, pupil personnel worker, La Plata High School, 42;
  • Steve Hagis, project manager, Starkey/Annex I Building, 30;
  • Cynthia Harrison, pupil personnel worker, F.B. Gwynn Educational Center, and Mitchell and Matula elementary schools, 31;
  • Lynn Heath, cosmetology teacher, North Point, 26;
  • Sheila Heatley, school counselor, Theodore G. Davis Middle School, 43;
  • Bonnie Helfrich, mathematics teacher, Milton M. Somers Middle School, 16;
  • Martha Hickman, second-grade teacher, Dr. James Craik Elementary School, 35;
  • Patricia Higgs, media instructional assistant, Benjamin Stoddert Middle School , 23;
  • Joy Hinton, instrumental music teacher, Mt. Hope/Nanjemoy Elementary School, 42;
  • Sandra Hizer, gifted education resource teacher, Parks, 25;
  • Patricia Hoffman, mathematics teacher, La Plata, 30;
  • Joanne Hornbaker, mathematics teacher, Hanson, 41;
  • Charles Jamieson, physical education teacher, Somers, 44;
  • Maria Johnson, supervising pupil personnel worker, Starkey, 46;
  • Mary Johnson, fourth-grade teacher, Craik, 42;
  • Vernell Jones, secretary, Starkey, 19;
  • Christine Krebeck, elementary school science teacher, Mitchell, 28;
  • Deborah Lane, Reading Recovery teacher, Craik, 39;
  • Sandra Lane, mathematics teacher, Somers, 24;
  • Elaine Lawton, family and consumer science teacher, La Plata, 37;
  • Yvette Lewis, special education instructional assistant, Berry, 21;
  • Gwen Lilly, food service manager, Starkey, 22;
  • Steven Lopez, pupil personnel worker, William A. Diggs, Craik and Jenifer elementary schools, 17;
  • Paul Lyons, truck driver, Charles County Public Schools warehouse, 20;
  • Virginia McGraw, principal, William B. Wade Elementary School, 45;
  • Diane McGuire, second-grade teacher, Berry, 45;
  • Linda Metheny, vice principal, Davis, 22;
  • Barbara Meyer, special education teacher/IEP facilitator, Arthur Middleton Elementary School, 9;
  • Ken Montez, painter, Charles County Public Schools maintenance shop, 39;
  • Bernard Montgomery, building service worker, Stone, 38;
  • Theresa Mularski, mathematics teacher, Hanson, 10;
  • Karen Nale, special education teacher, Gwynn, 39;
  • Laura Niggles, second-grade teacher, Diggs, 20;
  • Jane O’Brien, reading middle school instructional assistant, Hanson, 19;
  • Judith Peel, special education teacher, Wade, 21;
  • Josephine Pennix, secretary, Barnhart, 28;
  • Maryanne Quirk, school counselor, North Point, 29;
  • Gail Rankell, speech therapist, Parks, 36;
  • Stephanie Roberts, special education teacher, McDonough, 32;
  • Evelyn Roeder, guidance secretary, Westlake High School, 24;
  • Joan Rogers, business education teacher, McDonough, 41;
  • Rebecca Roussillon, literacy teacher, North Point, 31;
  • Wanda Sellers, instructional specialist computer technology, Starkey, 38;
  • Rosemary Shamdani, French teacher, McDonough, 33;
  • Edith Simmons, fifth-grade teacher, Matula, 40;
  • Betty Simms, building service worker, Barnhart, 36;
  • Henry Sinkey, instructional resource teacher, Diggs, 41;
  • Eileen Soderberg, mathematics teacher, La Plata, 39;
  • Kathryn Stapleson, gifted education resource teacher, T. C. Martin Elementary School, 38;
  • Peggy Tisdale, vice principal, Lackey, 41;
  • Charles Todd, social studies teacher, Stoddert, 18;
  • Tracy Travers, elementary science teacher, Jenifer, 39;
  • Deborah Walters, food service worker, Westlake, 25;
  • William Washington, building service manager, Neal, 36;
  • Linda Watson, in-school retention program instructional assistant, Davis, 7;
  • Jolie Whitehead, first-grade teacher, Martin, 19;
  • Darlene Willett, mail room clerk, Starkey, 33; and
  • Constance Wood, food service worker, Stoddert, 9.

Charles County Public Schools provides 26,400 students in grades prekindergarten through 12 with an academically challenging education. Located in Southern Maryland, Charles County Public Schools has 35 schools that offer a technologically advanced, progressive and high quality education that builds character, equips for leadership and prepares students for life, careers and higher education.

The Charles County public school system does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age or disability in its programs, activities or employment practices. For inquiries, please contact Dr. Patricia Vaira, Title IX Coordinator and Section 504 Coordinator (students), or Pamela Murphy, Section 504 Coordinator (employees/adults), at Charles County Public Schools, Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building, P.O. Box 2770, La Plata, Maryland 20646; (301) 932-6610/870-3814. For special accommodations call (301) 934-7230 or TDD 1-800-735-2258 two weeks prior to the event.

 

 

 

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