Posted: Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Five Schools Recognized for Safety Initiatives

Five Greenville County Schools have been recognized for their exemplary efforts to maintain safe work environments and support their employees’ safe work practices during the 2014-15 school year. They are Tigerville and Bethel Elementary Schools, Woodmont Middle School, Southside High Academy, and Washington Center.

The schools were evaluated on best practices for employee safety, including the promotion of safety and prevention for all school staff; participation in staff and student safety programs; following district procedures for managing and reporting employee injuries, attendance at tri-annual Safety Administrator meetings; and building and cafeteria inspections.

Each school received a banner and a check for $500. Funding for the awards program was provided by PMA Companies, St. Francis WorkWell, Carolina Case Management, Horton, Drawdy, Ward, Mullinax, and Farry P.A., Wilson, Jones, Carter, & Baxley, P.A., Southern Rehabilitation, and Access on Time.

Bethel Elementary: Superintendent Burke Royster, Greg Crowe, St. Francis Workwell, Principal Nerissa Lewis, and Deputy Superintendent Leroy Hamilton. (Safety Administrator – Carol McCuen)Southside High Academy: Superintendent Burke Royster, Keith Brown, PMA, Principal Carlos Brooks, and Deputy Superintendent Leroy Hamilton. (Safety Administrator – Justin Ludley)Tigerville Elementary: Superintendent Burke Royster, Greg Crowe, St. Francis Workwell, Principal Diane Jackson, and Deputy Superintendent Leroy Hamilton. (Safety Administrator – Jason Hudak)Washington Center: Superintendent Burke Royster, Keith Brown, PMA, Principal Dr. Penny Rogers, and Deputy Superintendent Leroy Hamilton. (Safety Administrator – Linda Thigpen)Woodmont Middle: Superintendent Burke Royster, Keith Brown, PMA, Principal Gregg Scott, and Deputy Superintendent Leroy Hamilton. (Safety Administrator – Chad Maguire)


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