Celebration Continues with Classified Employees of the Year

  • The Prize Squad Hits the Road Again

    Posted by InFocus Team on 2/9/2021

    Williamson County Schools is continuing to celebrate its hardworking staff members by honoring the WCS Classified Employees of the Year.

    Each school and department selects a classified employee to honor, and an employee from the elementary, middle and high school level is selected as the system-wide Classified Employee of the Year. On February 8, system-wide winners were surprised with a visit and a thank you from Superintendent Jason Golden.


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By Month

Elementary Employee of the Year

  • The elementary school Employee of the Year is Westwood Elementary's Mona White. White is the school's bookkeeper.

    "I am truly honored," White said. "I am amazed that I would be selected to represent this wonderful group of hardworking individuals who make up the Elementary Classified Employees of Williamson County."

Middle Employee of the Year

  • Spring Station Middle's Cindy Schwark is the middle school Classified Employee of the Year. She is a special education teaching assistant.

    "I am beyond flabbergasted and humbled," Schwark said. "I do really need to thank all my coworkers and administration. It is because of them that I have done this job for so many years with encouragement and enthusiasm. I am truly blessed to really love my job."

High Employee of the Year

  • The high school Classified Employee of the Year is Centennial High's front office secretary Mamie Jeter.

    "To receive such an honor in a school and county system that you are proud to be a part of is simply overwhelming in a wonderful way," Jeter said. "To be recognized and appreciated for the job you are doing is the best reward you can receive."

  • Congratulations to the school and departmental employees listed below:

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools