ViPS Awards 2009

Congratulations to all award nominees!

2009 ViPS Award Winners

Jane Mendel Award:  Melanie Fox, Forest Park Elementary School

Community Volunteer Award:  Donald King, Mabelvale Middle School

Staff Award:  Jackie Fells, Central High School

Parent Involvement Award: Jefferson Elementary PTA Connecting the Dots Committee

Elementary Administrator Award:  Jill Brook, Dodd Elementary School

Secondary Administrator Award: Dr. Jerry Bell, Central High School

Community Resource Award:  Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Parish, Washington Elementary

Leadership Award:  Mary Thompson, Central High School

Elementary Student Volunteer Award:  Antoine Curry, Carver Magnet School

Middle School Student Volunteer Award:  Rachel Parker, Pulaski Heights Middle School

High School Student Volunteer Award:  Terry Scott, McClellan High School

Elementary Educator Award:  Sarah Buffalo, Dodd Elementary School

Secondary Educator Award:  Stacy McAdoo, Central High School

Mentor-Tutor Award: Church at Rock Creek, Romine Elementary School

Tutor Award:  Beth Levi, Fulbright Elementary School

Mentor Award:  Tim McGinnis, Booker Elementary & Pulaski Heights Middle schools

Family Volunteer Award:  Joey Marshall, Chicot Primary School

Family School Volunteer Award:  Ron Sullivan, Bale Elementary School

Family Volunteer Award:  Susan Johnson, Carver Magnet School

Family Volunteer Award: Bobby Whitlow, Wilson Elementary School

Family Volunteer Award:  Valerie Ballard, Mabelvale Elementary School

Family Volunteer Award:  Debbie Bass, Pulaski Heights Middle School

Family Volunteer Award:  John and Dawn King, Hall High School

Partners in Education Award: Fellowship Bible Church, Franklin Elementary School

Partners in Education Award:  St. Andrew's Church, Wilson Elementary

Partners in Education Award:  Trinity United Methodist Church, Brady Elementary School

School Achievements

ViPS recognizes schools for significant accomplishments and achievements reflective through volunteer service contributed on behalf of the school.   Thirty-five schools were recognized this year.

100% in volunteer service reported for the 2008-09 school year:

McDermott Elementary School
Wilson  Elementary School
JA Fair High School
Mabelvale Elementary School
Chicot Elementary School
Gibbs Elementary
Washington Elementary
Hall High School

10+ Award:  Schools reporting an average of 10 volunteer hours per student.

Franklin Elementary
Bale Elementary
Dodd Elementary
Woodruff Elementary
Stephens Elementary
Fair Park Early Childhood Center
Parkview High School
JA Fair High School
Chicot Elementary
Mabelvale Elementary
Meadowcliff Elementary
Otter Creek Elementary
Watson Elementary
Accelarated Learning Center
McClellan High School

20+ Award:  Schools reporting an average of 20 volunteer hours per student.
Terry Elementary
Western Hills Elementary
King Elementary
Gibbs Elementary
Dunbar Middle School

40+ Award:  Schools reporting an average of 40 volunteer hours per student.
Brady Elementary
Williams Elementary School

50+ Award:  Reporting an average of 50 volunteer hours or more per student.
Jefferson Elementary School

60+ Awards:  Reporting an average of 60 volunteer hours or more per student.
Pulaski Heights Elementary
Booker Elementary
Wilson Elementary School

80+ Award:  Reporting an average of 80 volunteer hours per student.
Carver Elementary
Forest Park Elementary

Top elementary school performer:
Fulbright Elementary School - reporting 63,335 total volunteer service