French introduces FUHSD employee standouts
Last updated 3/27/2008 at Noon
FALLBROOK — Dr. Robert French, Interim Superintendent of Fallbrook Union High School District, presented four district Employees of the Month to the Rotary Club of Fallbrook at a recent meeting.
Awards went to both certified and classified employees for the months of December and January.
Rotary President David Kauffman presented awards of achievement to the four recipients.
Art teacher Nancy Cullison, with the district since 1993, was nominated for the enormous amount of time she puts in helping students after school, while counselor Jaime Miramontes, with the district since 2003, was nominated for working with the assistant principals in helping to diffuse tension between students on campus.
Custodian Jim Kallas, who joined the district in 1992, was nominated for his pride in campus cleanliness and graffiti removal and school secretary II (Principal’s Office) Gina McInerny, with the district since last June, was nominated for managing the office during the fires: replacing the 40 teachers who were out, organizing and setting up the evacuation center and doing dial-outs and staff and student notification, all while her husband was on the fire line.
The Employees of the Month program is part of an ongoing effort by the Rotary Club to support local schools and employees.