Seven Frederick County Public Schools support employees have been recognized in the 2022 Support Employees of the Year Award program.
The exemplary employees are:
School-based Custodian of the Year - Joseph Rhodes, Tuscarora Elementary
Central Office Business & Instructional Support Employee of the Year - Jeffrey Seymour, Security & Emergency Management
School-based Food Service Employee of the Year - Audrey Fritz, Urbana High
School-based Special Education Instructional Assistant of the Year - Maribeth Giangiuli, Oakdale Middle
Central Office Maintenance Employee of the Year - Keith Marconi, Maintenance & Operations
Bus Driver of the Year - Vickie Roles, Urbana feeder
School-based Secretary of the Year - Julie Marker, Gov. Thomas Johnson High
From this list of seven, one school-based and one central office Support Employee of the Year will be announced at the April 13 Board of Education meeting, when the entire group is honored. The two overall winners will each receive a cash award, a personal day off, special trophy and Board of Education pin. All category winners will receive trophies and certificates.