December – Greta Mounce, Pulaski
Greta was awarded due to two instances where she rendered first aid at wrecks that occurred near her school, her extra work with the Relay for Life, and her general dedication to her students.
November – Peggy Dancy, Pulaski
Peggy was awarded for meeting a patient at the Health Department after an H1N1 clinic to administer the vaccine.
October – Carol Huckelby, District
Carol was awarded for taking on the extra H1N1 vaccine ordering and database management duties.
September – Sarah Christian, Casey
Sarah was awarded for going the extra mile facilitating meetings on behalf of and advocating for a needy student to insure the student had the best opportunity for success.
August – Donna Farrington, McCreary
Donna was awarded for extra effort in researching and facilitating GED opportunities.
July – Beverly Brockman, Russell
Beverley was awarded for all the extra time she took finding community resources to help a patient and her family find food resources.
June – Kathy Ping, Pulaski
Kathy was awarded for providing a generous amount of extra effort with one of her families that resulted in the mother stopping drinking and the entire family now going outside to smoke away from the new baby. It took much work by Kathy to develop this level of trust and rapport with this particular family.
May – Cathy Haynes, Pulaski
Cathy was awarded for all the extra work she put into dealing with the teen pregnancy issues at her school.
April – Cheryl Clark, Taylor
Cheryl was awarded for “going beyond the call of duty” in supporting a co-worker through a difficult personal experience.
March – Sam Price, Pulaski/Jarrod Simpson, McCreary
Sam and Jarrod were awarded for being dispatched to Western Kentucky as part of an Environmental Strike Team to assist with the recovery efforts following the recent ice storms. Upon arriving our team was transitioned into a “command” capacity.
February – Alisha Risen, Green
Alisha was awarded for providing rescue breathing until EMS arrived to a student having a Grand Mal Seizure.
January – Daniel Bell, Casey
Daniel was awarded for being dispatched to Western Kentucky as part of an Environmental Strike Team to assist with the recovery efforts following the recent ice storms. Upon arriving our team was transitioned into a “command” capacity. Daniel served as the “incident commander”. Daniel represented us well by making good command decisions and coping very well with an extremely trying and stressful situation.