District Calendar

Print
Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

Events that affect the entire district will be displayed here. The Activities Calendar will let you sort by school.

Individual schools also have an Activities Calendar that displays ONLY their school's activities.

2018 Classified Employee of the Year Nominations Due

  • Date: 02/15/2018 12:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Location: MUSD District Office
    2271 W. Louise Ave.
    Manteca, California 95337
  • Introduction: This memo is to inform you of the 2018 Classified School Employee of the Year Program, which is sponsored by the California Department of Education.

2018 Classified School Employee of the Year

Completed application packets are due to Yvonne Grabowski, in the Deputy Superintendent’s Office, by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 15, 2018. 

Download these instructions

Download the Nominee Information Form

Download the Nominee Recommendation Form

This memo is to inform you of the 2018 Classified School Employee of the Year Program, which is sponsored by the California Department of Education. This program highlights contributions of classified school employees who support the education of California’s public-school students in preschool through grade twelve. 

Below is information concerning the timeline and procedures we will use to submit applications to the San Joaquin County Office of Education regarding this voluntary program. 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 

Eligibility for the 2018 CSEY Program is limited to candidates who meet the following criteria: 

  • Current classified employee in a California public school (preschool through grade twelve), including charter schools, district offices, and COE’s 
  • Rank and file employee, not in a management or supervisory position 
  • Minimum of five years of service in nomination category 

 

NOMINATION CATEGORIES 

The program’s goals are to identify six exemplary classified school employees throughout California for the CSEY award. The 2018 CSEY Program will identify and honor classified employees working in the following categories: 

  • Child Nutrition 

 

The work of this candidate must be directly related to food handling and/or preparation. 

Examples: Cook/Baker, Nutrition Service Assistant 

  • Maintenance, Operations and Facilities 

 

The work of this candidate must be directly related to maintenance services or operations services. Examples: Custodian, Grounds Worker, Building Maintenance Specialist 

  • Transportation 

 

The work of this candidate must be directly related to student transportation. 

Examples: Bus Operator, Mechanic 

  • Para-Educator and Instructional Assistant 

 

The work of this candidate must provide direct instructional services to students. 

Examples: Paraprofessional, Bilingual Paraprofessional, Library Media Technician 

  • Office and Technical 

 

The work of this candidate must be directly related to clerical, secretarial, or technological duties 

Examples: Clerical Assistant, Digital Support Technician, Office Manager 

  • Support Services and Security 

 

The work of this candidate must be directly related to security of students and/or property or work which has duties that are not covered under any of the other categories. 

Example: Campus Monitor 2 

 

APPLICATION PROCESS 

The essence of the application is a set of three Nominee Recommendation forms that should document the qualities and performance of the candidate. Nominee recommendations can be from the superintendent, a county or district administrator, school principal, supervisor, colleague, student, parent, employee organization officer, or civic leader. 

The content of the Nominee Recommendation form should focus on the nominee’s work performance; school community involvement; and leadership and commitment, based on the selection criteria listed below. Each nominee recommendation is limited to three single-sided pages. 

A candidate’s application must not include more than three Nominee Recommendation forms, or any other materials, such as portfolios, photos, or press clippings. 

Nominee Recommendation forms must adhere to the following formatting standards: 

  • Typewritten 
  • 12-point Arial font 
  • Margins of at least ¾ inch on right, left, top, and bottom 
  • Printed on standard weight, 8 ½” by 11” white paper 

 

SELECTION CRITERIA 

Work Performance 

  • Is motivated and interested in the job 
  • Demonstrates high skills and knowledge on the job 
  • Willingly supports/cooperates with others 
  • Promotes collaboration within the work unit 
  • Is committed to high standards of performance 
  • Exemplifies professionalism at all times 

 

School Community Involvement 

  • Is involved in school activities apart from work 
  • Is involved in community volunteerism/activities 
  • Organizes others within the work environment 
  • Organizes others within the community 

 

Leadership and Commitment 

  • Promotes equity between/among groups 
  • Steps up to cooperatively work through problems 
  • Promotes open communication among work groups 

 

Above and Beyond 

  • Willingness to take the extra step (identify) 
  • Acts of service above and beyond the call of duty (identify) 

 

Completed application packets are due to Yvonne Grabowski, in the Deputy Superintendent’s Office, by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 15, 2018. 

Download these instructions

Download the Nominee Information Form

Download the Nominee Recommendation Form

Return to full list >>

Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents.
They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below.

Acrobat Reader Flash Player Windows Media Player Microsoft Silverlight Word Viewer Excel Viewer PowerPoint Viewer