Around 55 people and businesses were recognized from all 19 schools in Downey Unified School District were recognized at Downey Council PTA’s Honorary Service Award Program.
Honorary Service Awards are awarded throughout the year and designed as a unique way for PTA units, councils and districts to publicly acknowledge both individuals and organizations for outstanding community service to children and youth in a community. All funds collected with this program are used exclusively to support the California State PTA scholarship and grant programs.
This year, 8 DUSD HS Seniors applied and received a scholarship award in the amount of $750 from California State PTA. These funds came from the Honorary Service Award program.
You can find writeups of all award recipients below.
HSA Erica Lee Member/Teacher
Mrs. Lee is one to looks back at with appreciation to the brilliant teachings she gives children. PTA is tremendously grateful to her for always making an imprint in all the volunteers, parents and students. The greatest gift she has given has been her unconditional support throughout the year. From making sure PTA is valued for everything we do, to always promoting the PTA to all her students’ parents. It takes a big heart to shape little minds.
HSA Kari Medina Teacher/Teacher Rep
Kari Medina is an awesome kindergarten teacher who pushes her students to go above and beyond to reach their goals. She does this with smile on her face. She encourages parents to get involved and to be more active in their student’s life by becoming a member of PTA. Kari is always making sure that PTA feels welcomed and shows that they have the support of teachers!
HSA Yobana Sanchez Unit President
Yobana has done an awesome job being president and wearing many hats in PTA. Yobana goes out of her way to help her PTA board. She also works as an aide for the school. If you hear someone on the bullhorn, it’s Yobana yelling with a happy smile on her face to keep the cars moving in the morning as parents drop off their children at school. Yobana is in the schoolyard at recess, lunchtime and after school. The students love her, and she always makes each student feel important.
HSA Brenda Warner Membership
It is with great pleasure that PTA awards Mrs. Brenda Warner for her continuous support. She has gone above and beyond and also makes the effort to volunteer her time to help teachers. Brenda has been a part of PTA since her daughter was in school and has always made the effort to help the community any way she can. Brenda is an amazing person with a generous heart.
HSA Kimberly Gumino Unit Secretary
Kim Gumino has volunteered hundreds of volunteer hours to Old River School. She currently serves as PTA secretary, and also assists with fund raising, book fairs, spirit wear, and anything that is needed. Kim has helped in ALL PTA functions. Her dedication and commitment is an example to others. She recognizes the important roll the PTA has in school, and the support that PTA provides to our school, students, families, and, community.
GOSA Luisa Jenkins Unit President
Luisa Jenkins is truly committed. She has worn many hats for many years helping with all PTA commitments at Old River. She has put together school yearbooks, run multiple fundraisers, book fairs, bingo nights, school pictures, spirit wear, and anything else that crosses her path. She has held many PTA board positions and is currently Old River’s PTA president. Luisa has served students, parents, and teachers within DUSD. She is a true role model!
HSA Cathy Godinez Volunteer
This person is a mother of two, has a fulltime job, and belongs to other boards and committees here in Downey. She has always supported students; she is in charge of the builder’s club as well as the 8th grade committee at Griffiths. She is always willing to help the organization in selling snacks, spirit wear and doing fundraisers. She is there whenever she is needed. Cathy Godinez has gone above and beyond.
HSA The Market Place Grill Café
We would like to thank The Market Place Grill Café for always going above and beyond to help out the 8th grade committee, the students and teachers from Griffiths Middle School. They have always been at PTA’s service from day one and have always been very generous. They are always very friendly and willing to donate even though it may be a last-minute request. Thank you for supporting the community and Griffiths PTA.
CSA Veronica Prado Unit Auditor
Veronica has always supported Gallatin PTA and has been instrumental in its development and growth as an organization. She has volunteered countless hours over the years, including participating on various committees and taking on key roles to make a beneficial impact on children. She continues to share her expertise and time this year as PTA auditor, lending her years of valuable insight, guidance and support. Her enthusiasm and willingness to share her vast knowledge are always appreciated and help encourage new members to join us in making a difference at Gallatin.
CSA Amy Worthington Volunteer
Amy is a vital part of Gallatin PTA. She goes above and beyond for the students, staff and parents at Gallatin. Her passion, love and dedication to children and families can be seen in all areas. From welcoming students and visitors in the front office, to PTA meetings and events, to dressing up as a superhero to promote character counts – Amy is hard to miss. Her positive energy and kindness brings new faces to PTA and her support and guidance help keep the motivated to stay engaged.
HSA Lilia Gonzalez Unit Treasurer
Lilia is an outstanding member of PTA. She is dedicated to making a positive impact and has taken key roles to make that happen. Not only has she done a spectacular job at making a complex position like treasurer appear easy, she still makes time to do so much more. She is involved in all areas of Gallatin PTA and is always there to lend a helping hand. Lilia always has a “can-do” attitude, along with a cheerful and wonderful spirit.
HSA Brenda Rodriguez Parent Volunteer
Brenda shines brightly as an exemplar PTA member and leader. Her continued service and dedication to children and families have been instrumental in developing and implementing family engagement programs at Gallatin. She has done an outstanding job of planning, organizing and improving these programs each year. Brenda is warm, welcoming, thoughtful and dependable when it comes to offering guidance, knowledge and support to new members. She is a model PTA member who has been instrumental in strengthening the PTA family and deserves to be recognized for her hard work and dedication.
HSA Jose Rodriguez Parent
Jose has been involved in PTA for many years, most recently as president and parliamentarian. His encouragement, support and ability to make new members feel valued have been instrumental in encouraging new leaders to step forward. His innovation, guidance, constructive criticism, attention to detail and valuable feedback has facilitated improvement and growth within the organization. He is organized, dedicated and passionate to improving the lives around him and has set a solid foundation for future leaders within Gallatin PTA.
CSA Patty Vargas Duarte Membership VP
Patty has been an integral part of several PTA units over the years, including Ward, Carpenter & Sussman. Patty did a great job in selling memberships and helped Sussman take home the trophy this year which is something they are very proud of. She is always available during the day so she is the smiling face at Sussman. Selling snacks, and organizing pizza parties for students, her priority is the kids and making sure they are happy.
CSA Desiree Corral Schneider Fundraising VP
Desiree is a new parent to Sussman. She has volunteered at Alameda and Carpenter.
This year she came on board and asked,” What are we doing for our students?” Desiree is full of ideas and, always asking what PTA can offer to the students. She helped implement Sussman’s first Mariachi Family Fun night. We anticipate this becoming an annual event with potential for even more growth. Desiree is currently President at Carpenter still finds the time for Sussman.
HSA Alma Figueroa Unit President
Alma has been Sussman’s President for the past two years. Under her leadership, membership has thrived!! This year she helped bring the Council membership trophy to Sussman! She collaborates with her Board to get Sussman PTA moving in an upward direction. She is supportive in implementing new ideas, listens to the members concerns, and plans positive action. She makes a constant effort to be on campus to selling grams, snacks, and any fundraiser PTA is hosting to ensure that Sussman PTA is represented at school events.
GOSA Joanna Perez PTA President
Joanna is this year’s Rio San Gabriel PTA President. She is the proud parent of an RSG 5th grader and also serves as a school employee as Playworks Coach and noon duty supervisor. When she has a free moment, Joana is helping out in the classroom. Joana sets high standards and leads by example. Her hard work and dedication to the parents, teachers, students and administration has earned her this year's HSA Golden Oak Award.
CSA Anabel Mendoza Membership VP
Anabel is the proud parent of a Rio San Gabriel 5th grader, and twin 2nd grade boys. As if her plate wasn’t full enough, Anabel also serves on the board as Rio San Gabriel PTA’s Vice-President of membership. During the school year she ran an aggressive campaign to boost school-wide membership and has worked on nearly every major fundraising project. Her continued service and tireless efforts have earned Anabel this year’s HSA Continuing Service Award.
HSA Marco Cordova Parent
Marco Cordova took on yearbook project for this year. As a parent of a Rio San Gabriel 5th grader, he wanted to take on this difficult, often unrewarding task, to put together an awesome yearbook. RSG PTA thanks him for that. Despite several hurdles and obstacles, Marco was focused and persevered. It was his unrelenting drive and superior work ethic that has earned him the HSA Honorary Service Award from RSG PTA this year.
HSA Adriana Garcia Office MGR
Adriana is the Office Manager at Rio San Gabriel Elementary School. She often goes above and beyond the call of duty to assist the PTA Board, students, teachers, staff and administrators. Adriana makes everyone feel like they are number one on her lists and does everything with kindness. Her clerical support has been immeasurable to the PTA. Her positive attitude, and willingness to go the “extra mile” has earned Adriana the HAS Honorary Service Award.
HSA Lizette Velazquez Parent
Lizette Velasquez is the parent of a Rio San Gabriel 5th grader, and dedicated school employee. She volunteers at almost every school and PTA event and volunteers her time every day to shepherd students waiting for parents to pick them up. Lizette takes on any task thrown her way and does it with excellence and a smile. Her selfless and never-ending work on behalf of RSG students has earned her the HSA Honorary Service Award.
CSA Laura Macias Parent Volunteer
For the past four years, Mrs. Macias consistently continues to work on PTA tasks. Being involved in PTA is not about receiving accolades and awards for the positions you take on. It is a selfless desire to help students, staff, school, and your community. The CSA Award is given to an individual to recognize their ongoing service for children, year after year. This year, Mrs. Macias is the most deserving of this award. She has spent endless, self-sacrificing volunteer hours helping Ward. PTA continues to flourish because of parents like her.
GOSA Esther Brossmer Teacher
Mrs. Brossmer exemplifies the responsibility of an educator. She is a visionary leader who is always ready, willing, and eager to lend a helping hand wherever she may be needed. Her commitment to her students can be clearly seen whether it is from pioneering a project that has never been done in a k-3 school, to wearing a Clifford costume to brighten up a students’ day. In fact, she even brightens up staffs’ day with her amazing sneaker collection. She is not only someone to be recognized, but admired. Ward would not be the same without her.
CSA Lucy Jimenez Parent
Lucy has done an excellent job serving as Price PTA President these last 2 years. Lucy knows how to juggle a very busy personal life and school service. When at times the juggling gets too hard, she has a very loyal and dedicated team to step in and help, which is a sign of her excellent leadership. Lucy’s inspirational and fresh ideas have motivated parent, teachers and administrators to work harder for the benefit of our Price students. She can strong-arm anyone into helping out with a smile, an impressive talent.
HSA Patricia Carillo Classroom assistant
Ms. Carillo is a great assistant in the classroom and consistently goes above and beyond her assigned duties. She helps other teachers and staff with projects without being asked. She is an excellent colleague and very kind to all. Patty also works with other students at recess to improve their behavior on the playground and gives them strategies that empower the kids to improve. She is like a service ninja, making everything she is involved with even better. Ms. Carillo is one of Price’s very important “behind the scenes” team members that truly deserves today’s acknowledgement.
GOSA Dorothy Pemberton HELPS Director
Dorothy has been a member of PTA for over 25 years. She has held various positions of leadership including Unit and Council President. She has served with other organizations such as Soroptimist, Downey YMCA, Assistance League and Gangs out of Downey. She continued to be a mentor to Downey Council PTA, even after her daughters graduated from DUSD schools. She is director of the PTA HELPS food pantry where she brings efficiency and innovation. She is someone you can count on, with a wealth of knowledge and understanding, consistently having the best interest in mind of the youth and families in Downey.
HSA Claudia Cano Council President
Claudia has done a tremendous job getting Downey Council PTA to be more active and involved in our community. As Council President, she encouraged participation in the Downey Christmas Parade and Diá de los Muertos. She started the DCPTA Talent Show featured at last year’s community Ride & Stride event. She also monitors the DCPTA Facebook page and encourages units to be active on social media. She has grown as a leader during her term and pushes for everyone to grow as well. She makes sure unit presidents and board members continue to be informed and educated in their responsibilities.
HSA Green Olive Business
Green Olive has generously supported numerous PTA functions throughout the years. They have held fundraisers for local organizations and school PTA units where they gave a percentage of their sales during events held at their local restaurant. They have also provided in-kind donations to back-school and teacher appreciation luncheons hosted by PTA’s. This is to show support and most importantly to thank DUSD teachers and administration. They also provided in-kind donations and contributions for last year’s EPIC Color-a-thon.
HSA Grocery Outlet Business
Grocery Outlet in Downey has given non-perishable goods, and perishable goods to PTA HELPS where the “best by” date is approaching. They allowed PTA to use their freezer overnight to store items until they could be picked up and distributed to clients the next day. They enabled PTA to purchase some of their many items for the Thanksgiving basket by having them shipped to their store so they could easily be picked up. In the past they have also had a fundraiser for HELPS. They are involved in the community and make a difference in the lives of others.
HSA Norma Marroquin Council Rec Secretary
Norma Marroquin is being recognized for her continued support as a parent volunteer through PTA & PTSA. This individual has volunteered for over 16 years with PTA. She’s held many positions at the Unit level and currently is the PTSA President for Warren High. She has concurrently taken on the role of Downey Council PTA Recording Secretary. Not only does she submit timely and thorough minutes, she has volunteered the use of her home for the past two years for the DCPTA community yard sale. She is very reliable, willing and able to take on tough challenges with delivered results.
HSA Jerry Chavez volunteer
At the beginning of each school year, Jerry Chavez is a permanent fixture in the office and classrooms. He supports children and staff by volunteering to help prepare initial paperwork packets for students to take home the first day of school. He also helps teachers by delivering supplies and helping them organizing their classrooms to get the year started. Throughout the year, one will find Jerry there to help whenever there is a need. He is always smiling and eager to help!
HSA Denisse Eleno Parent volunteer
Mrs. Eleno is a parent and PTA Member at Gauldin Elementary School. Mrs. Eleno’s son, Pedro, is now in 4th grade, and over his years at Gauldin, you would often find Mrs. Eleno in his classroom helping the teacher with whatever was needed. Additionally, she has volunteered to help with many PTA sponsored activities and school functions, including our regularly scheduled book fairs. The Gauldin PTA as well as the Gauldin staff and students thank Mrs. Eleno for her continued support over the years.
HSA Julio Gomez volunteer
Julio volunteers his time and talent for DUSD kids. Julio is a graphic designer, and has designed and painted murals, backdrops, and posters for use in special school activities. He painted a winter scene for the backdrop of the PTA sponsored Holiday Craft night. To celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Day of the Reader, Julio designed and painted a Dr. Seuss inspired backdrop for photo opportunities. Julio also paints thematic posters for any teacher in need. His amazing work has brought many smiles and lots of permanent photo memories to families of Gauldin School.
CSA Lorraine Navarro Office Clerk
Lorraine has shown to be helpful and kind to students, parents, staff and PTA unit. She always goes above and beyond to assist others in any situation. She always has a positive attitude, treats everyone with respect, and maintains a great relationship with all. She never hesitates to stay extra hours if a student, parent or staff member needs her to. As a former PTA board member herself, she is very supportive of the current board, sharing her ideas and answering questions. She has given her time to the community for many years and still continues to do so.
HSA April Tamashiro Unit President
In the past two years, April has made many efforts to bring positive experiences to students. As PTA president, her job is to lead and represent the association, but her duties go beyond that. She works countless hours as a business owner yet still manages to be present at all PTA events. April treats each child as if they are her own, always speaking to them with kindness, making sure that their needs are met, their feelings are acknowledged, and that their voices are heard. She is an incredible volunteer and an asset to the community.
HSA Kristian Batiste Parent, Treasurer
Kristian balances a demanding career, has two active children and is involved in Sussman’s marching band. She has also devoted several years to PTA. She has served in a variety of positions on PTA including Historian and Treasurer. Kristian works tirelessly at every event to ensure that Carpenter’s students and families have the best experience possible. Whenever the PTA Board is faced with a new idea or challenge, Kristian is the first to say, “We will do it. Let’s get it done.” Kristian’s dedication has helped Carpenter PTA flourish and become the successful PTA Unit that it is today.
HSA Jennifer Polgar Parent, Programs & Events VP
Jennifer is a parent who juggles a demanding career, two young children, girl scouts, soccer, and Carpenter PTA. Jennifer has been a wonderful additional to the Board at Carpenter. Jennifer is always enthusiastic, prepared and professional. She has been integral in making each and every event at Carpenter a complete success, whether it is picking up 10 dozen donuts or helping sell 20 pizzas, Jennifer is a reliable person and good friend who always puts the kids first. Carpenter PTA will definitely miss her next year.
HSA Desiree Corral Schneider Parent, President
Desiree juggles a full-time job, four kids at three different schools, dance, and PTA. Under Desiree’s leadership, Carpenter PTA received 100% teacher membership for two consecutive years. If there is an idea that needs to be implemented, Desiree is the right person to do it. She collaborated with Carpenter administration to ensure that PTA supports the school’s needs, ideas and programs best for Carpenter students and families. She helped the ideas of the PTA Board for fundraising, programs, and events come to fruition.
CSA Claudia Cano 3rd VP of Programs
Claudia is Warren’s VP of Programs, but you wouldn’t know that since she has taken much more than her position entails. She helped organized and distribute teachers welcome back goodie bags and promote membership at registration. She’s at every event setting up, hustling and tearing down. She’s been on various committees including nominating, carnival, carnival of champions, HSA, scholarship and though she doesn’t know it yet, she will also be on the senior breakfast committee! She’s a great leader with a talent to motivate and inspire. She is a true gem!
CSA Norma Marroquin Unit President
With over 16 years of PTA service, Norma Marroquin is well versed in all things pertaining to PTA. As Warren PTSA president, she was present at all the events, and involved with all the committees and fundraisers. This includes the Fall Carnival, NES testing that started at 5am, career day, back to school and carnival of champions. Although her youngest son is graduating from Warren High School this year, she is coming back to serve a second term as Unit President next year.
HSA Israel Molina PTSA dad
This PTA dad has been supportive during our fundraisers. He’s there to unload, help set up, and even table these events. He’s helped promote membership and has had an array of different contributions to PTA’s efforts this year! PTA is proud to have a man such as Israel involved in a heavily woman-dominated organization. He helps without hesitation and is always asking, "What's next?" Though he does not hold a WHS PTSA board position, he is always helping at the majority of events. Warren High School PTSA would like to honor and recognize Israel Molina for his support and dedication.
HSA Christine Spino Teacher Rep
Mrs. Spino is the teacher representative for PTSA. She is an active member and a regular face at every meeting. She helps keep communication between the teachers and clubs/groups to inform of PTSA events or help. Ms. Spino has volunteered her time and talents to the students in regular and special education through her Teen Connection Club. She promoted “Stop the R Word” campaign and arranges activities that help erase the social barriers to the student population. She makes Warren a safe place that embraces diversity. Warren PTSA would like to honor and recognize Christine Spino for her support and dedication.
CSA Steve Maldonado Volunteer
On behalf of Imperial Elementary PTA, it is with great honor and privilege to present this award to “Mr. Steve” for his continued service, unwavering support, and dedication to the school, its children, and community. Mr. Steve has been relied upon heavily for many years now, and even in ‘retirement’; he gladly steps in when called upon for help. Thank you for your kindness and willingness to support. We appreciate all that you have done and continue to do to get our kids ahead.
HSA Brisol Valenzuela Parent Volunteer
This award is presented to Mrs. Brisol Valenzuela for her selfless service to the Imperial PTA as President from 2015-2017. As President, Brisol not only helped organize the many tasks and events associated with PTA, but she focused her time and attention on empowering and developing those around her. With her leadership and guidance, the Imperial PTA has grown to be a team of leaders ready to tackle any task and challenge for many years to come. Thank you for your service to the school and our organization.
CSA Aida Ramirez Auditor
Aida Ramirez has dedicated countless hours to PSTA. Aida has been treasurer and auditor not only at Downey High, but at other PTA’s as well. She is a mother of two boys, William and Gabriel. William already graduated, and Gabriel will graduate this year. For all of your years of service, we would like to present to you the continued service award.
HSA Ed Estrella Scholarship Chair
Ed has been Downey High PTSA Scholarships Chair for the past two years. This involves tirelessly reading numerous scholarship applications and having the grueling task of choosing just a few recipients. As a PTA board member, Ed also volunteers at evening events on campus. Ed has a daughter that graduated from Downey HS a few years back and has a son who will be graduating this year. Downey PTSA wishes you all the best on your retirement from PTA and would like to thank you for all your years of service by presenting you with this Honorary Service Award.
HSA, Jasmine Mijangos President
Downey High PTSA, would like to recognize Jasmine Mijangos with the Honorary Service Award. She is the first student to hold the position of PTSA President in the history of Downey High. She had the courage and willingness to take on this position typically held by parents for her Senior year. Jasmine has been a great influence on students, especially encouraging them to join PTSA. Downey PTSA has almost 100 more memberships than last year, and Jasmine was a big part of that growth.
HSA Elida Salguero Hospitality Chair
Downey High PTSA would like to present the Honorary Service Award to Elida Salguero. Elida has been a great addition to PTSA; she has been Hospitality chair for the past two years and it has been a joy to have her on the board. Elida is a hard-working volunteer and is ready to help at a moment’s notice. Next year she will take on the important task of PTSA Treasurer and Downey PTSA is sure she is up to the task.
HSA Sarah Shin H.E.L.P.S. Rep
Sarah Shin has been part of our PTSA since her children transferred from Warren to Downey. She quickly became an active board member taking on the responsibility of the HELPS Representative. She has done an extraordinary job; the food drive has been a great success thanks to her. Sarah is a reliable person you can always count on. Sarah will be taking on her new role of Scholarship Chair, which PTSA knows she be great at. Thank you for your commitment to our community, to PTSA
and the students of Downey High.
HSA, Jeff Toussieng
Jeff is a longtime resident, Warren graduate, retired Downey PD officer and devoted member of a local Christian church. In retirement he runs a theater lighting company and works as a technical consultant to the city and Police Department. If that wasn’t enough, he donates his time at Doty and shares his own state of the art equipment to enhance the classroom theater, sets up and strikes out all of the lighting gear, and is available for the crucial practices the week before the show. This award is well deserved and Doty MS is better for having him.
HSA, Patty Trejo
For the past nine years, while her grandchildren attended RSG and Doty Middle School, Patty has volunteered to decorate the cafeteria for every teacher luncheon hosted by PTA. She does a tremendous job as her creativity adapts to any theme requested of her. For the past two years she has done it for both schools. From having flowers potted in vintage tomato sauce cans as centerpieces for our Italian themed luncheon to creating a colorful array of flower pens at our Mexican themed luncheon, she has made every luncheon very special.
HSA, Nicole Martinez, Parent Volunteer
Nicole had been volunteering in the Stauffer Library for almost a year and in this time, she has learned to assist the school-credentialed librarian Mrs. Desalernos in many areas of library services. Nicole generously donates her time every Thursday and Friday for the entire day. She enjoys assisting in keeping school library resources and collections up-to-date and ready for student patrons. She shares her love of books and literature as she assists Spartans with finding a new book, repairing, or adding new resources into the library. Stauffer PTA would like to honor her as a 2018 HSA recipient.
HSA, Clara Tiscareno, Parent Volunteer
Clara Tiscareno donates her time selflessly to ensure Stauffer Band and Color Guard has everything they need to be successful in all they do. Whether it is making sure our children have breakfast and lunch in their bellies on parade day, securing parent volunteers, or simply giving a child encouragement. She does it all with a friendly smile. Her continued support and dedication to Stauffer Band and Color Guard is appreciated, and for this Clara has been recognized as a 2018 HSA recipient.
HSA, Shelly Miller, Categorical Resource Teacher
You can find this Super Hero, Shelly Miller at just about every school committee and parent engagement event with a smile on her face. When asked to describe her job by her peers it was said it’s easier to say what she doesn’t do. She makes her job look easy with her confidence and charming personality and leadership skills sets the tone and the children and parents all love her. Rio Hondo PTA would like to honor Shelly with this Honorary Service Award.
HSA, Rebecca Pearce, 1ST VP Programs
Even though the only children in school are Rebecca’s nephews, This Rio Hondo Super Hero volunteers for anything at any time. Before school, after school, nights it doesn’t matter. Take a board position? Sure thing! Hey, need more volunteers? Here come her two daughters along with her. If we had to try to name which Super Hero she would compare to, it would be The Bionic Woman, a great role model to all. Rio Hondo PTA would like to honor Rebecca Pearce with this HSA.
Maria Vera-Parliamentarian, Sara Molina-Historian, Veronica Carrera-Hospitality
Calling on Maria, Sara and Veronica! Rio Hondo has many Super heroes; sometimes they come in three’s. You can find these three in room 12 every day helping teachers, making copies, putting together homework packets and special projects. They are also dedicated volunteers for all PTA functions including book fair, picture day, spirit wear sales, yearbook sales and Fundraisers. Rio Hondo PTA is very lucky to have these “Three Amiga’s Heroes” on the board.
HSA Erin Sevilla Parliamentarian
Erin always goes above and beyond with school-wide activities, fundraisers, school dances, and various events at Lewis School. Her dedication and commitment to the success of our school and students is a huge priority and Erin always “shines” bright. Her outstanding service to our entire school community is unmatched. Congratulations on receiving the 2017-2018 PTA Honorary Service Award. Thank you for your hard work, your energy, your enthusiasm, and your passion for service to others. YOU will always be an “All-Star!” Mrs. Erin.