Wednesday , 22 November 2017
Breaking News

TEAM of the Month to Replace Employee of the Month

Last year our district accepted nominations from across the district for Employee of the Month each month for September through June. Any employee from the district was eligible and we received so many worthy nominations each time. Each month’s honoree received a check for $100 and a celebration of the great work that the employee does. Every person who was nominated received the anonymous nomination feedback sent in by their peers.

This year, after feedback and discussion, we will be changing the process slightly. Instead of Employee of the Month, we will be using the same nomination process to recognize the TEAM of the Month. These nominees could be grade level teams, department teams, administrative teams, goal teams, SIT teams, or any of multitude of possibilities where teams of staff members are working well to communicate, problem solve, empower, and accomplish school and district goals. Just like last year, any employee team is eligible and we will recognize one TEAM of the Month with $100 check for the team to use. We look forward to recognizing the great work that is happening across our district again this year.

EOM Tammy Hayman

 

About David Stegall

Dr. David Stegall is the Superintendent for Newton-Conover City Schools. He previously served Newton-Conover as the Associate Superintendent, and previous to that as the Director of Elementary Curriculum, ESL (English as a second language) and AIG (academically and intellectually gifted). In February, 2012 he was named the Outstanding Young Educator for North Carolina by NCASCD and was a National Finalist for the ASCD Outstanding Young Educator Award. In 2016 Dr. Stegall was named a National Superintendent to Watch by NSPRA.
Dr. Stegall joined the Newton-Conover City School system from Iredell-Statesville Schools in July 2007. He has presented at the state, national and international levels on professional learning communities and teacher empowerment. Dr. Stegall received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; a master’s degree in education from Gardner-Webb University; an education specialist degree in education administration from Appalachian State University; and a doctorate degree in educational leadership from ASU.

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