District Spotlight: Snug Harbor Childcare for Teen Parents Director Named 2019 Regional Classified School Employee of the Year
Mar 19, 19
Snug Harbor Childcare for Teen Parents Director Gayle Capsel Named 2019 Regional Classified School Employee of the Year
Capsel is an integral part of creating student success
TUMWATER — March 18, 2019 — Capital Region Educational Service District (ESD) 113 has named Gayle Capsel as their 2019 Regional Classified School Employee of the Year. Capsel serves as the director of Snug Harbor Childcare for Teen Parents at Harbor High School in the Aberdeen School District.
The selection committee chose Capsel for this award because of the strong connection between her daily work and student success.
Capsel now serves as one of nine candidates chosen by their respective ESDs, who will be considered for Washington State Classified School Employee of the Year. The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction will select and announce the state winner this spring.
Gayle Capsel is the director of Snug Harbor Childcare for Teen Parents at Harbor High School in the Aberdeen School District.
She serves as a role model for teen parents and helps to remove barriers that would otherwise impede educational progress.
She is a member of Public School Employees (PSE) of Washington and has held a variety of leadership roles, including 10 years as her chapter’s president.
“Gayle’s impact isn’t difficult to measure. She simply makes our school and district a better place to be.” — Derek Cook, Harbor High School Principal
“At all times Gayle presents herself to students and staff alike with a calm demeanor and a can-do attitude.” — Keelee Frost, FACSE/GRADS Instructor & Advisor
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About Capital Region ESD 113
The purpose of Capital Region ESD 113 is to ensure excellent and equitable education for all students through service and collaboration. Led by Superintendent Dr. Dana Anderson, ESD 113 provides services for 44 school districts, one tribal compact school, and approved private schools in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor and Pacific counties.
Originally posted by Kristen Jaudon in Capital Region ESD 113 News
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