Clover Park School District announcement.
Three Clover Park School District employees were honored as Employees of the Year during a virtual celebration Thursday, May 4.
Since 1987, CPSD has honored exemplary employees in three categories: certificated, classified and administrative. Award recipients are chosen by an independent panel of
2023 Employees of the Year are:
- Certificated: Wayne Lott Jr., Fifth Grade Teacher, Carter Lake Elementary School
- Classified: Allan Francisco, Chief Custodian, Lakes High School
- Administrative: Lauren Bolster, Assistant Principal, Lakeview Hope Academy
Certificated Employee of the Year
Wayne Lott Jr., Fifth Grade Teacher, Carter Lake Elementary School
Wayne is a strong leader in an “above and beyond” manner on a near daily basis. He brings a growth mindset to school every day and is quick to provide his thoughts on what can be done to improve the educational outcomes of students. He is calm, relaxed and always ready to be flexible when needed. He works constantly to find new ways to engage students and ensure every student has the tools they need to flourish in the classroom.
Classified Employee of the Year
Allan Francisco, Chief Custodian, Lakes High School
Allan is deeply revered by students, staff and community members for his dedication, thoughtfulness and positive personality that radiates through the halls of Lakes High School. His hands-on approach to training and collaboration with employees, along with his ability to inspire others to work towards reaching their full potential has earned him confidence and respect from his peers. He never fails to go the extra mile for students, staff and community members.
Administrative Employee of the Year
Lauren Bolster, Assistant Principal, Lakeview Hope Academy
Lauren radiates positivity through her thoughts, words and actions. She stays calm, realistic and supportive when handling student discipline, and students feel listened to and encouraged by her. She is always there to support each employee and will often drop whatever she is doing to support them when needed. She leads by example and listens to everyone’s point of view when solving problems. She is professional and well prepared and always willing to go above and beyond her duties to help students.
You can watch the virtual ceremony on our district YouTube channel.