Thursday, May 1, 2014

Carmel Unified's Diana Vita one of California's 2014 Classified School Employee

Diana Vita, account clerk at Carmel High School was named one of six 2014 Classified School Employees of the Year by California Superintendent of Schools Tom Torlakson.

The announcement describes Vita as "an exemplary employee and more importantly an outstanding person. She sees no boundaries of time or defined job parameters when she comes to work. She is the school’s financial secretary and that entails managing money, fundraisers, clubs, minutes, rosters, the student store—the list goes on. What she sees are responsibilities and needs—for students, parents, faculty and staff, and the community. When she sees a need you can be sure she will be either leading the charge to address it, or will be working tirelessly to meet it as part of a team. At no time will you find her to be less than professional and she consistently brightens the day of others with her cheerful attitude and willing spirit."

The annual program recognizes six outstanding classified school employees, each representing one of the following categories: child nutrition; maintenance, operations, and facilities; office and technical support; para-educator and instructional assistance; support services and security; and transportation.

“I offer my congratulations to six hard-working and devoted school employees who exemplify what commitment to school and student really is,” said Torlakson. “These highly skilled and talented workers make the extra effort to support their students, schools, and communities.”

The 2014 Classified School Employees of the Year will be honored by Torlakson at a luncheon held May 22 in Sacramento.

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