WoodCreek Jr. High was honored today for going Above and Beyond the Call of Duty and was named to the Superintendent’s ABCD Club. This honor recognizes campuses, departments and individual staff members that excel by enriching experiences for our students and improving their campus and community. WoodCreek Jr. High joins Bear Creek Elementary, Cardiff Jr. High and McMeans Jr. High as a recipient of this prestigious award.
WoodCreek Jr. High was nominated by a campus parent who relocated to Texas and whose children are both diagnosed with PPD-NOS, an autism spectrum disorder. A concern that the children would not be able to adapt well to such drastic changes was quickly pushed aside when they met with welcoming and understanding responses from WoodCreek staff.
“From the moment we received our first communication from the campus, the staff at WoodCreek Jr. High has gone above and beyond,” said Barbara Vass, WCJH parent. “I want to commend the staff at WCJH for their excellence at communicating with me on everything that the staff is doing with, and working on, for both of my boys to make their time at WCJH successful both academically and socially.” Vass goes on to acknowledge several staff members in particular that have all gone above and beyond the expectations of teachers or administrators, and have mentored her children with patience and understanding.
Congratulations to Wendy Goshorn, Todd Hunter, Tracy Lutes, Gretchen Stockberger, Lindsay McMeans, Kelly Stroud, PASS staff, and the entire staff at WoodCreek Jr. High.