The North Judson-San Pierre School Board recognized the efforts of two teachers who have gone above and beyond the call of duty. Superintendent Lynn Johnson said Leslie Hampton and Chrystal Ingram received the Bluejay Way awards in light of their dedication to the success of the corporation.
Johnson said Leslie not only teaches the course for Family Consumer Science but she has also been managing the PowerSchool system for the corporation.
“Leslie has been our PowerSchool manager, and this was a new position for this year. She did receive extensive training this summer. Basically, PowerSchool is our student information system and we need someone to manage because every school deals with that and our state reports are completed through PowerSchool. So Leslie has done that – that’s a part time position – and she also teaches half time Family Consumer Science,” Johnson explained.
Meanwhile, Chrystal has been working hard as an elementary school teacher in addition to working on curriculum mapping at the elementary and middle schools.
“Chrystal Ingram is an elementary school teacher and she has been working with, of course, the elementary school and curriculum mapping along with her 4th grade level team. Chrystal has also helped right now doing the curriculum mapping at the middle school, so she’s continued working as we transition that to the secondary level,” Johnson said.
Johnson said they are truly assets to the corporation and the board is thankful for their dedication and commitment to the North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation.