Michelle Crouch receives schools’ Golden Anchor Award

ROCK HALL — Galena Elementary School custodian Michelle Crouch is the October recipient of Kent County Public Schools’ Golden Anchor Award.

She was recognized at the Oct. 9 Board of Education meeting.

Principal Becky Yoder made the presentation.

“Michelle Crouch is the essence of a team player,” Yoder said. “She puts her heart and soul into her job every day and takes pride in her work.”

Yoder said that Crouch goes above and beyond her regular duties keeping the school clean for students and staff.

Crouch worked diligently over the summer to improve and beautify spaces in the building.

She took on the challenging job of organizing and improving the school’s storage area and, with her husband, spent time over summer weekends repainting all the lockers in the building.

“This transformation has been truly amazing and we owe it all to Michelle,” Yoder said.

The Golden Anchor Award is presented each month to staff members or groups of employees who exemplify the mission and core values of Kent County Public Schools.

“Kent County Public Schools is an anchor organization that creates an environment of academic excellence through a collaborative, equitable and rigorous learning community,” the mission statement reads.

Nominations may be submitted by Kent County Public Schools staff, parents and students.

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