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Gems of Appreciation

BJ Gates, R. J. Richey Elementary

"BJ Gates, our new Assistant Principal at R. J. Richey has brought freshness, enthusiasm and a love for the students to our campus. We are thrilled to have her and we are learning from her everyday! Congrats BJ!"
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Kristie Messer, Burnet Middle School

"Kristie has been working tirelessly, for months, to help BMS work towards becoming a National Demo School for Springboard (our ELA curriculum program). She has used her conference time, time after school, summer time as well as hours and hours at home to work towards this goal."
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Sara Ivicic, Transportation Department

"Sara is a gem in our department because she continually goes above and beyond by investing in and caring about her students. Sara helped at registration, helped ready the fleet for school, answered phones, and assisted as needed in the office. Sara is the epitome of a team player."
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Joann Chapa, Food Service Department

"Joann has been a dedicated and hardworking Manager for many years. She cares about each and every student and it shows in the quality of food the kitchen serves. Her friendly smile and personality does not go unnoticed."
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Jeremy Hill, Burnet Middle School

"Even though Mr. Hill is new to our campus as the AP, he has jumped right in and is ALWAYS willing do what needs to be done or come up with a plan to make things run more smoothly. He is always actively building relationships with students and is making himself very visible to the students."
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Deidra Hall, Central Office

"BCISD Accountant Deidra Hall is always there to help anyone and has been a great help to many with the end of year rollover. She is a "gem" as far as knowledge of school business and procedures."
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Julie Ebeling, Shady Grove Elementary

"Instructional Partner Julie Ebeling is always there to help and ask what she can do that needs to be done. In addition to her can do attitude, she loves her job and the children of Shady Grove! No is not in Julie’s vocabulary."
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