ROSE Award Nominations Open Through Thursday, Jan. 25
Rockwood is now accepting nominations for the ROSE Award.
The ROSE, which stands for Rockwood Outstanding Service in Education, is awarded to 15 deserving individuals each year. These recipients may be a teacher, administrator, support staff member, parent volunteer or community member.
Now in its 35th year, the ROSE Award program has honored more than 500 staff and community members.
This year's committee chairs are Angie Schott, assistant principal at Green Pines Elementary; Kary Bachert, Rockwood School District parent and Board member; Suzanne Whitford, teacher at Crestview Middle; and Felicia Smith, secretary at the Administrative Center
Nominations will be accepted online through Thursday, Jan. 25. For more information - and to submit a nomination - please visit the ROSE Award website, rsdmo.org/rose.
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