AUSD Game Changers

 

 

Take a Moment: Applaud Exceptional AUSD Employees with the AUSD Badges Program

 

Nominate any AUSD staff member or site administrator for the

Above and Beyond the Call of Duty and the Spotlight badge to make them eligible to be selected as a Game Changer

 

When 2,500 employees on 19 school campuses and at a district office are dedicated to working on behalf of 17,000 students and their families, there are daily stories of kindness, encouragement, and impact on others, moments and stories that are often untold.

 

The two-tiered recognition program allows nominees for the Above and Beyond the Call of Duty and for Spotlight badges to then be eligible to win the Game Changer badge which will be awarded every month during the school year to two employees, beginning in September 2018.

 

The two monthly Game Changer winners will each receive a $100 award from Schools First Federal Credit Union, recognition by the AUSD Board of Education, and an article about them in Around Alhambra and Cascades.  Says Carol Chaney with Schools First FCU, This is exactly the kind of program that Schools First loves to support we look for ways to be a part of applauding the great work done by dedicated school employees.

 

Nominate someone today. Heres how:

  1. Go to www.ausd.us/badges/
  2. Click on Recognition
  3. Click on one of the two badges that you want to choose
  4. Fill out short, fast form:
    • Your name, who you nominate and what they do, how you know them, and very briefly why you want them to be recognized.
  5. Submit

 

 

 

 

 

November 2018

deserie Bradvica, Instructional Specialist of Educational Services

 

Tony France, Campus Supervisor at Alhambra High School

 

October 2018

Nicole Manalang, San Gabriel High School's Business and Technology Academy (BTA) Lead, who also teaches 12th grade AP goverment, and three classes of 10th grade world history

 

Agustin Ramos, Safety and Security Guard at the District office

 

September 2018

Joel Sanchez, Senior Custodian at Repetto Elementary

 

Jurgio Valinhas, Alhambra High School Teacher of Spanish, Honors, and AP Spanish