Sheldon ISD recognizes first CARE award recipients

Each received a CARE mug and face mask as well as $100 from Woodforest Bank. Winners were nominated by Sheldon ISD families, community members and staff and are listed below:
 

Rebeca Robledo
King High School
custodian
 

Ms. Robledo was nominated for her friendly spirit, willingness to get the job done and her positive smile. Comments about Ms. Robledo include "She is so caring and shows this by working so hard to make everything clean and safe for students. We need more people like her in the world."

Shelly Turman
Cravens Early Childhood Academy
Child Nutrition Manager 

Ms. Turman was nominated for her positive outlook on Sheldon ISD, dedication to her job, and desire to further her career through training opportunities. Comments about Ms. Turman include "She is always available for anything that needs to be done. She spent her summer providing food to our families and looking for extra measures to ensure safety guidelines were followed."


Flora Salene
Garrett Elementary
Receptionist 

Ms. Salene was nominated for her cheerful outlook, helpful and personable attitude, smiling face and knowledge of her school and district. Comments include "People come first to Mrs. Salene! She is ready to help and volunteer and cares about her community."

CARE stands for caught acting and responding with excellence. This program is a partnership with Woodforest Bank. To learn more, click here. Nominations will open in January for the next CARE award winner.