Stanislaus Charter Recognizes Classified Employees

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ACSA Stanislaus Charter partnered with the Stanislaus County Office of Education to recognize classified employees throughout Stanislaus County at is annual Employees Making a Difference (EMAD) event on January 18th at the Martin Petersen Event Center.

This program, in its 16th year, was established to recognize and honor the contributions of classified staff to public education. Twenty-nine employees representing 19 school districts were honored in nine service areas: clerical and administrative services; custodial and maintenance services; food and nutrition services; health and student services; paraprofessional services; security services; skilled trades services; technical services and transportation services. The finalists from each of the work categories will participate at the state-level in the Classified School Employees of the Year (CSEY) program sponsored by the California Department of Education (CDE).

This event could not happen without the support of our sponsors MOCSE Credit Union, Association of Stanislaus County School Boards, and the law firm of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud, and Romo. Congratulations to the 29 hard-working classified employees that were honored this year.