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Announcement

WCSB Awards Sandra Campbell Employee of the Month for June

June 17, 2019


Sandra Campbell of Medart Elementary School was honored as June Employee of the Month at the Wakulla County School Board Meeting on June 17. She represents the WCSB Facilities and Maintenance Department.

Campbell is entering her 14th year as a “Medart Mustang” custodian. Although she grew up in Wakulla, she relocated for years but returned to Wakulla County in 2006 to help take care of her mother.

A Wakulla High School graduate who also attended Shadeville Elementary School kindergarten through 8th grade, she felt that the Wakulla County School System was a perfect fit for her.

“I could sense a great deal of unity from within the system. The atmosphere was extremely welcoming. I felt it could be an amazing opportunity for me. I am not going anywhere until I retire from Medart.

“I feel my biggest reward as a custodian comes from the satisfaction and appreciation I am shown in my daily interaction with others. I have created many healthy and professional relationships with students as well as teachers.

“I truly value the sense of respect I am consistently shown. This really plays a big part in making my employment pleasurable for me,” said Campbell.

“Sandra Campbell is a hard worker and gets along with her co-workers. She is a joyful person to be around and she has a heart of gold to want to help anyone she can,” says Campbell’s supervisor Gary Estes.

“You can't help but smile when you interact with Mrs. Sandra. She comes to work each day with a positive attitude and is willing to help wherever she is needed. She demonstrates a genuine love for her Medart Elementary family,” agreed MES Principal Stan Ward.

Added Superintendent Bobby Pearce, “I have been a fan of Sandra Campbell’s since working with her for years when I was principal at Medart. She has a great attitude, loves children, means a lot to her team, and is very deserving of this recognition by her peers.”