Historic Rotary Club of Charleston Recognizes Erika Lerro and Bryce Jones as January Teacher and Student of the Month

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Feb 022013
 

The January 2013 Teacher of the Month is first grade teacher, Ms. Erika Lerro. Here is what staff members had to say about her: “Ms. Lerro is always willing to help and does an awesome job with her students. She contributes so much of her personal time to the James Simons family and always maintains professionalism and courtesy … and what a fabulous smile!”

Bryce Jones is a fourth grader at James Simons Elementary School and is the January Student of the Month. His teacher, Ms. Lentz, says, “Bryce is a very bright young man who is always trying his hardest in class. He earns his PBIS points every day and I enjoy having him in my class.” PBIS points are positive behavior points that students receive each day for following procedures and expectations correctly. A student can earn a maximum of 20 points per day and Bryce always earns the total!

Each month, the Historic Rotary Club of Charleston is proud to choose from their partner school, James Simons, a teacher and a student who are exemplary and to honor them for their contributions to their educational environment.

Past President Dan Ravenel Erika Lerro, Barbara Kelley-Duncan

Past President Dan Ravenel Erika Lerro, Barbara Kelley-Duncan

Bryce Jones, Past President Dan Ravenel, Barbara Kelley-Duncan

Bryce Jones, Past President Dan Ravenel, Barbara Kelley-Duncan

Rotary Club of the Lowcountry Recognizes Outstanding New Teacher Awards

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Sep 252012
 

Rotary Club of the Lowcountry Recognizes Outstanding New Teacher Awards

The Rotary Club of the Lowcountry recently honored the Outstanding New Teacher Awards for Beaufort County.  This award recognizes individuals early in their professional career who are showing distinction as teachers. Nominees are selected from the elementary, middle and high school level and must be in their first five years of teaching.  We wish to congratulate these teachers for showing exceptional dedication to their students and demonstrating excellence both in and out of the classroom!

President Elect Charlotte Gonzalez presenting to Melony Biggs of St Helena Elementary

Davina Walker, teacher at Beaufort Middle School receives he award from Charlotte Gonzalez

Recipient Scott Klumb of Beaufort High School shown with Principal Corey Murphy and Charlotte Gonzalez

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