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Staff Recognized for American Education Week

The Manchester Township Board of Education thanked district staff for their dedication throughout the year at the November 28, 2018 BOE meeting. Superintendent David Trethaway presented certificates of appreciation to representatives of the district's employee units.

"American Education Week is in November and we like to take this time to recognize the different units that play a big part in educating our children," Trethaway remarked. He listed all the services district employees provide for 3,000 students plus the staff. In addition to the primary service of education, the district also provides for transportation, food services, counseling, special needs, medical/nursing, library and media, accounting and payroll, maintenance, custodians, buildings and grounds, security, technology, secretarial, interoffice mail, and community services. "It takes a lot of good people to do that, and we are very proud of our staff." He also thanked the Board of Education members, for the part they play in the operation of the school district.

Representing their units (L-R in photo) were: Dan Staples, Manchester Township Educational Association, which includes over 560 teachers, paraprofessionals and support staff; Marianne Pennucci, Confidential Unit, with eight central office staff; and Steven Ninivaggi, Manchester Administrators Unit, with 15 principals, vice principals and supervisors.