BOE Recognition Recipients

 eagle scout Tyler Wood was recognized for obtaining his
Eagle Scout award in Boy Scouts.  He shared
his project with the Board of Education,
which was renovation of bathrooms at
his church. 

Recognized on March 13, 2018
Justin Rodland, was recognized for his dedication,
flexibility and caring as a
Teaching Assistant.


Recognized on March 13, 2018
Justin
Students
Brian Seweryniak recently earned the rank of
Eagle Scout. He shared his project of working
on the food building. Brian cleaned it out,
installed ceiling tiles, painted a mural,
added a shelving unit and benches.

Recognized April 10, 2018
Teresa Bartz was recognized for her dedication
and diligence as a Teaching Assistant,
working among multiple grade levels,
and has served as an adviser for
extra-curricular clubs.

Recognized on April 10, 2018
 Mrs. Bartz receiving her award
 honor Coaches Seward and Shay David Seward was recognized for being named
the Genesee Region Swim Coach of the Year
and Matt Shay was recognized for being named Section V Boys' Basketball Coach of the Year.
 Mrs. Gass' Class
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 Debbie Smith Debbie Smith, High School Teacher's Aide, was recognized for her dedication and diligence as an employee of the Pembroke Central School District.

Recognized on June 12, 2018
Triton Adamski, Kiara Santiago, and Nicholas
Ventola were recognized for their achievement in
completing all requirements of an Associates
 Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences: Natural
Sciences  through the STEM Accelerated Degree
Program at Genesee Community College.

Recognized on June 12, 2018
 Adamski, Ventola, and Santiago
 Donna Hackett Donna Hackett, Transportation Supervisor, was recognized for winning the New York Association
for Pupil Transportation (NYAPT) President's
Award!  Mrs. Hackett has been a long-time member of NYAPT and recently served as its Treasurer. Her in involvement in this state level organization has greatly benefited out District!

The NYAPT President's Award is given to recognize those who have directly assisted the President in a significant way to reach the organization's goals, which continuously focus on improving student safety.

Recognized on August 14, 2018

 Justin Loeber, High School Social Studies teacher,
was recognized for his participation in the recent
Holocaust training. 

Recognized on November 13, 2018
Loeber with BOE
 
 Haney with BOE Peg Haney was recognized for her work with
Anneka Pray on the track team.
 

Recognized on November 13, 2018
JoAnn Joyce was recognized for her dedication as an
employee in the Custodial Department at the
Intermediate School.

Recognized on December 11, 2018
 JoAnn Joyce
 board Katie Dylag, Intermediate School Physical
Education Teacher, was recognized for her
work in organizing a professional development
day for regional Physical Education Teachers. 
This Professional development was held at Pembroke Intermediate School on our
January conference day.

Recognized on February 12, 2019
The Board of Education recognized Jessie Abrams for being a recipient of the Silver and Gold Key Awards and for receiving
the Honorable Mention for your portfolio through the Scholastic
Art and Writing Awards Program. 
The Board also recognized
Faith DesRoches for taking third place at the University at
Buffalo's Western New York Regional High School Exhibition.
 

Recognized on March 26, 2019
 art
 Reeves  
SRO Patrick Reeves was recognized for his dedication as School Related Officer for
the District.  He is a wonderful resource to
have in each of the buildings and to the
district as a whole.  Officer Reeves is
"home grown" and is a familiar face to many students and staff.  His involvement in
complicated situations has been extremely
beneficial and students feel safer because
they know he is there.  Qualities surrounding
Officer Reeves include his protection, his
assistance with prevention, his purpose
and his proactive demeanor.  Officer
Reeves' presence helps promote good
decisions across the district!  A drawing
made 
by UPK students was presented,
along with a certificate. 


Recognized on March 26, 2019

Jane Early was recognized for her dedication
as a High School English Teacher.  Dr. Work quoted,
"She is a leader in everything she does.  Everything she
touches, she takes to greatness."  Specifically in regards
to English, students head to college so much more
prepared because of how well she teaches them.
  

Recognized on April 25, 2019
 Early
foster  Norman (Chip) Foster was recognized for his
dedication as the Intermediate School
Principal.  An organization called "Better
Outcomes Research" sent a letter/certificate
to the Intermediate School for being in the
 top 19% of high-poverty schools who are experiencing boosting achievement results with economically disadvantaged students.  Mr. Calderón discussed the criteria for this nomination and awarded Mr. Foster
with a certificate for his diligence in earning
this achievement.

Recognized on April 25, 2019
Christie Maisano was recognized for her diligence
and dedication as the Director of Technology.  She has been
crucial in updating old technology and implementing
new technology related ideas across the district.

Recognized on May 14, 2019
               Christie Maisano
 Letter to Lorenzo Alexander Mr. Lorenzo Alexander of the Buffalo Bills was recognized for his generous donations to
students at the Intermediate School, which
include tickets for winners of reading
contests, autographed memorabilia, Pink
"Shoot for the Cure" Game donations,
classroom pizza parties, bags filled with
school supplies for students of all
grade levels, etc. 
Mr. Lorenzo continues to help those not only
in the Buffalo area, but also here at
Pembroke.  He provides students with
experiences that they would otherwise
never have, and also provides supplies
continually to help students educationally.

Recognized on November 12, 2019   
Arron Brown, 6th grade teacher, was recognized for selfless
service to our students at the Intermediate School.  While
Lorenzo Alexander is considered a player who is a great
example of leadership on and off the field, Mr. Brown is a
great example of leadership in and out of the classroom.
Mr. Brown is creative, engaging, fun, goal oriented, loves a
challenge and is an "all in" teacher through and through.

Recognized November 12, 2019

BOE with Arron Brown
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