By Charlotte Underwood
LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – WLAF continues its recognition of Campbell County School cafeteria workers, janitorial staff and teaching assistants.
They keep students fed, buildings clean and offer their support to students and teachers alike.
Custodial staff work hard to keep all 12 school buildings clean for more than 5,000 students in the county, while cafeteria workers help students maintain healthy nutrition for better learning. Teaching Assistants play an integral role in Campbell County classrooms providing extra support for students and teachers.
This week WLAF is recognizing custodial staff, cafeteria workers and teaching assistants at Valley View Elementary School!
According to Valley View Principal Jason Dotson, these employees are invaluable to the school and the success of the students.
“They show up every day with a smile for the kids, and we just couldn’t do it all without them,” Dotson said.
“Our teaching assistants play a very important role in the classroom. Each one of our assistants show great passion for helping our students be successful and we are very blessed to have them!” Dotson said.
He said the school’s janitorial staff plays an important role as well in keeping kids happy and healthy.
“Our custodians work hard every day to ensure our building is clean and inviting for all. They also are counted on to respond at a moments notice when accidents happen. They all do a tremendous job!” (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/01/2023-6AM-PHOTOS COURTESY OF VALLEY VIEW MUSIC TEACHER AMANDA GOINS)
One Reply to “Valley View teaching assistants, janitors and cafeteria staff honored”
Thanks for recognizing everyone who works at the schools. Teaching is only one of the jobs that needs to be done for a school to function.
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