PfISD Employee of the Month
May Employees of the MonthPosted by Marcial Guajardo at 5/4/2017
Pflugerville ISD congratulates its May Employees of the Month – Bella Hooks and Antonio Nevarezrivera.
Hooks, Park Crest Middle School instructional coach, has been named Pflugerville ISD Professional Employee of the Month for May.
With PfISD since 1986, Hooks is known as the glue that holds the science team together. She puts in countless hours after school, remains committed to the success of each student, and has the patience, professionalism and knowledge to be a mentor to every teacher.
Nevarezrivera, a PfISD fleet mechanic, has been named Pflugerville ISD Support Employee of the Month for May.
With PfISD since 2014, Nevarezrivera provides support at Maintenance, Grounds and the PfISD Warehouse. Nevarezrivera will use his vast mechanical knowledge to fabricate instead of purchasing items. He cares deeply about his fellow employees, can always be counted on to help others, and represents all that is great in PfISD.
April Employees of the MonthPosted by Marcial Guajardo at 4/4/2017 5:00:00 AM
Pflugerville ISD congratulates its April Employees of the Month – Joyce Dilworth and Suzanne Spieler-Huff.
Park Crest Middle School registrar Joyce Dilworth has been named Pflugerville ISD Support Employee of the Month for April.
With PfISD since 2004, Dilworth is often the first person to greet incoming students and families on-campus. She is known for being kind and extremely helpful, as well as hard-working, professional and very knowledgeable about her job. The level of respect for her at Park Crest is unmatched.
Windermere Elementary music teacher Suzanne Spieler-Huff has been named Pflugerville ISD Professional Employee of the Month for April.
Joining PfISD in 1988, Spieler-Huff has been teaching for more than 30 years, and has been Windermere Elementary’s only music teacher. She also handles crossing guard and other duties as necessary, always with a can-do attitude. She’s a life-long learner who has maintained a passion for teaching.
March 2017 Employees of the MonthPosted by Marcial Guajardo at 3/27/2017
Pflugerville ISD congratulates its March Employees of the Month – Rhonda Pegoda and Kayla Scott.
Pegoda, a community relations specialist, was named Support Employee of the Month for March. With PfISD since 2000, Pegoda is one of the district’s more well-known personalities. She regularly coordinates district-wide events, such as the annual Employee Recognition Banquet, and events at the Administration Building.
She also regularly interacts with community members via phone or in person at the Administration Building. Those who know her value her professionalism, enthusiasm, loyalty and friendship.
Scott, an essential academics teacher at Ruth Barron Elementary School, was named Professional Employee of the Month for March. She began working in the district as an education aide in December 2012 and become a special education teacher in November 2015.
She leads a team of three paraprofessionals and teaches students at five grade levels. She prepares lesson plans individualized for each student, works closely with teachers and works late to ensure all her students’ needs are met.
February 2017 Employees of the MonthPosted by Marcial Guajardo at 2/17/2017
Pflugerville ISD congratulates its February Employees of the Month – Melba Blakely and Kayla Gossett.
Blakely, a member of the district food services team, has been named Support Employee of the Month. Working through Aramark since 2000, she gives her time to help new employees, develop potential cafeteria managers, and lead her campus while assisting others.
Blakely has helped to develop 10 future managers and has led six different campuses during her tenure.
Gossett was named PfISD Professional Employee of the Month for February. An instructional coach at Westview Middle School, Gossett has assisted with creating lessons and providing support at Westview and for other instructional coaches throughout the district.
Also, her recruiting efforts with the Westview National Junior Honor Society have led to increasing the group’s membership by 25 students. She additionally has formed a committee focused on re-energizing academic enrichment and new ideas, which has led to interactive lessons that focus on college prep themes.
Gossett also volunteers in such endeavors as delivering food baskets to those in need.
December 2016 Employees of the MonthPosted by Marcial Guajardo at 12/30/2016
Our congratulations to Lorrie Duarte and Carrie King, named Pflugerville ISD Employees of the Month for December.
Duarte, of Administration, is senior administrative associate for Community Relations. She joined PfISD in 2005.
King, of Park Crest Middle School, is a social studies teacher. She began her teaching career in 2007.
November 2016 Employees of the MonthPosted by Tamra Spence at 11/2/2016
We are happy to recognize our November Employees of the Month. Jennifer Davis, Staff Accountant, is our Support Employee of the Month. She has been in PfISD since 1997. In the Department of Business and Finance, she has recently taken on the role of assisting admin associates, librarians, and other employees on the new Focus financial software. She excels at training others and in all of her duties. Jennifer is always willing to help in all areas of Business and Finance and beyond. She is positive, helpful, and dependable, and she continually works to be more efficient and effective. Congratulations to Jennifer Davis, our November Support Employee of the Month.
We also recognize our November Professional Employee of the Month. Rebecca Wright, Special Education teacher at Timmerman Elementary, has been in the District since 2014. She is flexible and supports Timmerman teachers by providing the best instructional strategies to work with special education students. Rebecca always looks on the bright side, and she has brought much comedy and joy to the Timmerman campus through her infectious laughter and ‘glass half full’ attitude. Her leadership with the Timmerman Special Education Team has brought about exponential growth in students, based largely on Rebecca’s expertise and support. Congratulations to Rebecca Wright, Professional Employee of the Month.