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Thank you to everyone who helped with the 2017 Art Show

The 2017 Regional High School Art Show held its Gallery Opening and Awards Ceremony [...]

Send a coworker a KUDOS via email

Introducing new fillable PDF KUDOS cards! We've made sending a coworker a KUDOS [...]

ESD to host education job fair this March

Do you know someone looking to start or grow their career in education? Let [...]

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Insurance Programs’ spread making us green with envy

Insurance Programs had a "wee bit o' fun" Saint Patrick's Day with green and [...]

Niki Johnston adds “butterfly babysitting” to her list of duties

Niki Johnston, Secretary for the STEM Materials Center, has a wide range [...]

Bobby Sue Walker welcomes baby girl

Bobby Sue Walker of Prevention Services welcomed her new daughter on Wednesday, February 22 [...]

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Staff Shout-Out

David Mead

David Mead from IT deserves recognition for all the work he provides to staff out in the field. He works tirelessly to keep all of the computers at the STEPS Program in Longview working. One Friday afternoon, he was setting up 15 students’ computers and realized he had the wrong cords to connect them, so he problem solved. Rather than saying, “I’ll come back Monday,” he called his wife in Vancouver, who loaded up their two children and the cords in her car and drove them up to Longview! He was still working at 4:30 when the last STEPS employee left the building. Our computers were student-ready when we returned to work Monday morning.

David is a patient person always willing to listen to all of our computer issues and problem-solve in a way that makes everyone happy. He is knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with.

Ellen Harper, STEPS Program, Specialized Student Services