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June 8, 2018
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MESD staff lauds milestone careers

From: Jaime Dunkle

Career commitment deserves praise for its unique level of perseverance.

Staff and students extolled Multnomah Education Service District employees who achieved a milestone in their careers, at the game-show themed event in the Helensview Auditorium, Friday, June 1. The lauded honorees have dedicated five, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service. Bringing the Career-Technical Education Revitalization Grant to life, Helensview High School students applied their culinary chops and catered the event.
Superintendent Samuel Breyer opened the refreshingly informal ceremony that included Honoree Feud (think Family Feud) and the Price is Right. "This is about staff really celebrating each other," Breyer said before getting on stage.
After a round of games and prizes, Helensview CTE students dazzled attendees with a hip-hop show, replete with technicolor stage lighting.
2018 Milestones Slide Show
Alternative Pathways, TRiO Program Manager Geoff Garner visits Helensview twice a week. "Helensview is one of my favorite schools to work at because the kids are so resilient," Garner said. “They're more likely to go to—and stay in—college.”
Among the honorees, Danny Moreno, who works for facilities, celebrated a decade at MESD. "The ten years went by fast," Moreno said. "Feels good!"
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