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NCESD Staff Awards Luncheon 2024

2024-06-17T14:40:27-07:00June 17th, 2024|Agency News, Awards, News|

Each year, the NCESD takes the time to acknowledge team members who have gone above and beyond to demonstrate what it truly means to lead, serve, and support. The achievements celebrated during the event are testaments to the skilled and dedicated team at NCESD.

NCESD’s Lisa Monahan and Cari Haug Recognized with the Educator of the Year Award from Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

2023-08-22T15:51:11-07:00August 23rd, 2023|Agency News, Awards, News|

In July 2023, Lisa Monahan, NCESD STEM Coordinator, and Cari Haug, NCESD Regional Science Coordinator were invited to join Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife Region 2 staff for their annual awards banquet where they were awarded the WDFW Region 2 (WDFW) Educator of the Year Award.

Lake Chelan High School Student Recognized as 2023 STEM Rising Star

2023-07-21T08:59:39-07:00July 21st, 2023|Awards, District News, News|

Washington STEM and the Apple STEM Network are pleased to announce that Alexandra (Natalie) Vazquez, a senior at Lake Chelan High School, has been recognized as the 2023 Apple STEM Network Rising Star. This prestigious honor acknowledges Natalie's exceptional dedication to STEM education and her outstanding contributions to her school and community.

NCESD Staff Awards Luncheon 2023

2023-06-29T10:38:51-07:00June 28th, 2023|Agency News, Awards, News|

Each year, the NCESD takes the time to acknowledge team members who have gone above and beyond to demonstrate what it truly means to lead, serve, and support. Throughout the year, these individuals have shown up with positive attitudes, exceptional team spirit, and displayed strong “servant leadership”.

Grant County PUD Community Engagement Public Affairs Officer Recognized with Regional Career Connected Learning Award

2023-06-08T09:46:19-07:00June 8th, 2023|Awards, News, Program News|

Annette Lovitt, the Community Engagement Public Affairs Officer for the Grant County Public Utility District, demonstrates exceptional dedication to serving the community. With a career spanning 26 years at the Grant County Public Utility District, Annette began as a Student Helper and steadily progressed through Senior Accountant and Customer Service roles

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