Ms. Resquin Recognized as the FCPS 2021 Region 4 Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee
Ms. Hamilton, Ms. Dellinger, Ms. Chase, and Ms. Forte Also Recognized at FCPS Honors!
Congratulations to our amazing Technology Support Specialist Aimee Resquin who was recognized as the FCPS 2021 Region 4 Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee and one of the six finalists for the FCPS Outstanding School-Based Operational Employee at this year's FCPS Honors event, held at Jiffy Lube Live on June 9th.
Aimee is a technology leader who thrives in the collaborative, team-oriented culture that embodies Centreville Elementary School. Every day, her goal is to provide exceptional service and support to all that surrounds her, and to do so with kindness, compassion, and a smile. Having a growth mindset, she aims to make a tremendous and lasting impact, while being creative, forward-thinking, and innovative in her approach. The emphasis on acquiring, disseminating, and supporting technology this year has enabled her to shine in her role, as she embraced every new challenge with a positive attitude and unending dedication to meaningful outcomes. She is driven by her ‘why’ statement – “My family has experienced the magic of FCPS first-hand; I hope that my contributions can be someone else’s magic.”
Congratulations to our following staff members who were also recognized at this year's FCPS Honors Ceremony!
Outstanding Elementary New Teacher School and Pyramid-Level Recipient
- Brigid Hamilton, Fourth Grade Teacher
Outstanding School-Based Operational Employee School-Level Recipient
- Jean Dellinger, Instructional Assistant
Outstanding Elementary Teacher School-Level Recipient
- Beth Chase, Fourth Grade Teacher
Outstanding School-Based Leader School-Level Recipient
- Rachel Forte, Assistant Principal
Thank you to Wilson Johnson for all of the hard work associated with the nomination process by serving as this year's awards liaison.