MSHS career counselor best in seven school districts
October 22, 2009
Snoqualmie Valley School Board vice president Caroline Loudenback and Superintendent Joel Aune presented Mount Si High School career specialist Amy Anderson the 2008-09 NEVAC Support Person of the Year at the Oct. 8 board meeting.
NEVAC, the North East Vocational Area Cooperative, consists of seven school districts promoting classes teaching diverse career paths, such as culinary arts or carpentry. Anderson publicizes the classes across the cooperative and registers students from Mount Si and other high schools for both NEVAC and career and technical education classes.
“I love my work but it was great to be recognized,” Anderson said. “It was a wonderful surprise.”
Aune called the award a “great honor.”
“We know she does good work at the high school, supporting the staff and supporting the kids,” he said. “We know she’s a star performer.”