Do you know someone that goes above and beyond for the students and/or staff of Fulton Public Schools? It's time to nominate those special people for the David W. White Outstanding Service in Education Award. The meaning behind this award is spelled out below as well as the link to the nomination form. (Please read this post in its entirety.)
The Outstanding Service in Education Award was created in 1993 to honor individuals in the district who have demonstrated excellence of character, performance, leadership, and service, and have given generously of themselves on behalf of students.
For 10 years, many deserving individuals were honored. There was one individual, however, who so exemplified the qualities of outstanding service, that he received the honor twice.
Impeccable character--outstanding performance--service--and giving generously of himself every single day, exactly described David White. The Fulton School District proudly renamed this award The David W. White Outstanding Service in Education Award in his memory in 2003.
Any employee or resident of the Fulton School District is eligible to nominate or be nominated for this award. Consideration is given to accomplishments, service to youth, community involvement, and contributions to the school district. Those profiled are persons who have demonstrated outstanding performance and have contributed more than is expected, establishing them as standouts among their peers.
Nominations are due to Central Office by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Recipients will be recognized on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, in some fashion. More details to follow.
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