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Six finalists are vying for the title. They range from school resource officers, to instructional and media assistants all from the elementary, middle and high school levels.
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Eileen Rouse became a BPS employee two years ago. Her principal, Roseann Bennett, said, "Mrs. Rouse's work takes her and the students beyond "Anadrol 50" the four walls of school and the community. Students and staff see "Oxandrolone Powder India" her as an active member of the Croton community."
Michael Williams has served at Merritt Island High Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena for eight years. "Deputy Mike has a wonderful rapport with the parents of our school," said Merritt Island principal, Gary Shiffrin. "This results in a great community presence that contributes to the appropriate behavior of our students."
Ray'Nisha Mason began working at Stone Middle three years ago. "I have found Officer Mason to be dedicated, self starting and innovative," said Principal Andrew Johnson. "She is constantly in tune with "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" the pulse of our school and community."
Charles Landmesser is in his fifth year at West Shore. According to Principal Rick Fleming, "Officer Landmesser makes a tremendous positive impact on the lives of students. He is an excellent conduit between the law enforcement community and the West Shore community."
Etienne Grason, six years with the District, has worked at Ralph Williams for the last two. Cynthia Ford, principal, had this to say, "Ms. Grason's exceptional approach in meeting the challenges of her position significantly contributes to students' educational and cultural enrichment through afterschool activities."