Hanover Schools special education employee honored for her work with students

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HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Hanover County Public Schools has named Kelley Davis, a Special Education Instructional Assistant at The Georgetown School, as its 2019 Support Employee of the Year. 

Davis has been employed with Hanover County Public Schools since 2014 and at TGS since 2015. 

“I am honored to be named the HCPS Support Employee of the Year,” said Davis. “The Georgetown School is a special place, where all of the staff works diligently to reach each individual student on his or her level. It is difficult sometimes, but when we are successful, our students thrive and have a more hopeful outlook for their future. I am proud to be a part of the Georgetown family.”

Each year, one of more than 1,000 support employees in Hanover wins this award. It’s given to a person who makes unique and exceptional contributions to the school system, has a positive attitude, performs their job at a high quality, demonstrates leadership, and looks for ways to keep learning and growing. It’s also important for the winner to help create positive relationships and cooperation between students, teachers, administrators and other members of the school community. 

“I am proud and honored to work with Mrs. Davis at The Georgetown School,” said Brian Ford, TGS Principal. “Her commitment to doing whatever it takes to help our students succeed makes her the perfect person to work with our student population and a fantastic representative for Hanover County as our Support Employee of the Year.  I am thrilled for this well-deserved recognition for all of Kelley’s efforts!”

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