Employee Recognition

Last Updated: 7/16/2020 5:10 PM

2021 Special Recognition for 50 Years of Service

Eloise Duncan


2021 1WC Employees of the Year

2021 Employees of the Year

Breanna Melton and Jacob Bumpus


2021 KY High School Athletic Director of the Year

Matt Bell Ath Dir of Yr 2021

Matt Bell


2020 1WC Employees of the Year

Rachel Wingo Earl Myers

Rachel Wingo            Earl Myers


Congratulations Joanna Odum and Crystal Harris for earning National Board Certification in 2019!!
   Joanna Odum Crystal Harris


2019 "1WC" Employees of the Year

                      Abby Ranes and Carol Hill                          

Emp of Yr--Abby Ranes  Emp of Yr--Carol Hill             


2019 National Board Certified Teachers

National Bd Cert Teachers 2019   

L to R:  Amy Hill, Laurie Babbs, Renee Pratt, Lori Corbin, Andy Corbin, Vicky Jones

(not pictured Denae McNeily)


National Migrant Administrator of the Year

Tanner Natl Migrant Adm of Year

Sherril Tanner


2018 1WC Employees of the Year

Nita Johnson and Mike Stone

1WC Employees of the Year 2018

L to R:  Nita Johnson, WCMS Assistant Principal; Dr. Yarbrough, Superintendent; Mike Stone, Chief Information Officer

2017 1WC Employees of the Year

Jill Simpson and Kathi Pride

2018 1WC Employees of the Year

L to R: Marti Chandler, 2016 Employee of Year; Jill Simpson, Transportation Director; Kathi Pride, WCMS Teacher; Jarrod Hankins, 2016 Employee of the Year

1WC Employee Recognition

All WC employees select one certified and one support staff 1WC Employee of the Month. The winners are recognized at the regular monthly board meeting. From the monthly employees of the month, all staff vote at the end of the year for one certified and one support staff employee of the year.  The 1WC Employee of the Year winners are recognized at the annual end of Closing Day "1WC Red Carpet Event."

1WC Employees of the month and year should demonstrate the following characteristics:

  • Demonstrates a positive attitude in daily job responsibilities; 
  • Goes above and beyond to make a difference; 
  • Models “team player” behaviors of cooperation, collaboration, and work ethic; 
  • Promotes Webster County Trojan Pride