Mr. Smith Recognized as the FCPS 2022 Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee
Ms. Jenkins, Ms. Oliveros, and Ms. Brown Also Recognized at FCPS Honors
Congratulations to Assistant Director of Student Activities Blair Smith who was recognized as the FCPS 2022 Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee at this year's FCPS Honors event, held at George Mason University Center for the Arts on June 8th.
“Blair is one of the most genuine and good-hearted people I have met. His positive energy is contagious, and we are lucky to call him a Wildcat.” Words like these are often heard at Centreville High School. In addition to his own position, he has taken on the responsibilities of multiple leadership positions within Centreville, excelling at all roles. He’s worked countless hours fostering a collaborative environment with all stakeholders ensuring student-athletes were given the time, space, support, and resources necessary to safely return to play during seasons impacted by rapidly changing COVID guidelines and protocols. Blair builds relationships with staff and families, allowing them to feel supported and heard. “He truly is the glue that holds athletics and activities together.”
Congratulations to our following Centreville Wildcat staff members who were also recognized at this year's FCPS Honors Ceremony!
Outstanding Secondary New Teacher School and Pyramid-level Recipient
- Rachel Jenkins, Art Teacher
Outstanding Secondary Teacher School and Pyramid-level Recipient
- Sharon Oliveros, Learning Disabilities Teacher
Outstanding School-Based Operational Employee School and Pyramid-level Recipient
- April Brown, Safety & Security Assistant
Thank you to Sarah Lutes for all of her hard work with the nomination process by serving as this year's awards liaison.