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Archive for the 'Employee Recognition' Category

Archive for the 'Employee Recognition' Category

In Remembrance: Don Plumb

Thursday, September 21st, 2017

Don Plumb, lead carpenter with M&O from May 1984 to November 2013, passed away Sept. 18.

His service will be held Monday, Sept. 25 at 6 p.m. at East Lawn Mortuary, 5757 Greenback Lane, Sacramento 95841.

In Remembrance: Suzanne Bhatti

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Suzanne Bhatti, a retired San Juan Unified teacher, passed away this week.

Her funeral is Saturday, Sept. 16 at LDS Chapel, located at 7950 Hazel Ave., Orangevale, CA 95662. The viewing will begin at 9 a.m. and the service will follow at 10 a.m.


Update on health: Don Plumb

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Don Plumb, retired lead carpenter for San Juan Unified, is ending treatment for ALS. Those who would like to connect with Don can contact his wife, Kay, at 916-533-7346. Those who would like to send a card or note, can send it to Teri Hofstetter in Nutrition Services and she will forward it to Don.

In Remembrance: Steve Tan

Monday, June 19th, 2017

Steve Tan, controller at Mesa Verde High School, passed away on June 15, 2017.

His memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 24 at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Davis, 38141 Russell Blvd, Davis 95616.

Please call or text David Tan at 559-269-0647 to RSVP.


In Remembrance: Randy Owens

Monday, March 27th, 2017

Randy Owens, a retired warehouse/delivery worker, passed away on March 17.

His memorial service will be held Saturday, April 1 at 1 p.m. at Liberty Towers Church, 5132 Elkhorn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95842.

San Juan Unified names 2017 Classified Employees of the Year

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
2017 Classified Employees of the Year Classified employees often work behind the scenes to meet the needs of both staff and students. Their work is integral to student success in San Juan Unified, so each year the district recognizes the classified employees who go above and beyond to make the district a stronger community through their hard work.

As a custodial equipment repair technician, Peter Butler has saved the district countless dollars while improving the efficiency of the Maintenance and Operations department for more than 26 years. Butler is part of a two-person team that keeps track of all repairs and helps coordinate with vendors on inspection, service and repair of all fire extinguishers, paper cutters and various other equipment across the district.

“It’s a great honor to be chosen,” Butler said. “There’s a slew of wonderful and talented employees who work for the district, but it’s nice to be set apart. I’m just thankful for the recognition.”

School Community Prevention Specialist Zenaida Kamine has worked tirelessly for 21 years in San Juan Unified. At El Camino Fundamental High School, Kamine leads community outreach efforts and participates in several committees and activities that provide emotional support for students. She has also led many programs at El Camino, including the Reach One Alliance, Breaking Down the Walls and the Peer Leaders Uniting Students program.

“I do this all for the kids, but it’s nice to be recognized,” Kamine said. “I do really appreciate it. I love working here in the district. My kids all went to school here and I just really love how everyone takes care of each other. I love that family feeling here.”

For more than 12 years, Sheri Panico has worked in special education. In 2015, she came to Casa Roble High School as an instructional assistant III, working closely with students with special needs. In that role, Panico has helped ensure her students live up to their academic potential while providing emotional and social support throughout each school day.

“It’s really nice to be recognized,” Panico said. “I’m surprised by it. I love working with kids and I love working here at Casa Roble High School. I hope I have many more years working with kids here because I have a heart for them.”

Rosemary Reboin, an administrative assistant with the Office of Student Learning Assistance, was chosen for her dedication to her job, caring nature and positive “can-do” attitude. Her coworkers note that she is often seen with a huge smile on her face and is eager to lend a hand by volunteering, donating items, helping with fundraising, organizing events and anything else that is needed. In her seven years with San Juan Unified, Reboin has gone above and beyond to promote inclusiveness and professionalism.

“I feel honored,” Reboin said. “I like everyone and I like working with everyone here. They are all my friends and I will do whatever I can to help whoever.”

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