IT Services Extra Mile Award
"I have been working in APS for quite some years and now I am at GNETS- still within the APS district. I have been extremely impressed with the service and thorough support I have received from Ms. Ayana Joseph. She has recently been assigned to GNETS and there has NOT been any request that she hasn’t taken her time to explain and/or complete for us here. She’s stayed late and even met with teachers after school hours to ensure that computers were up and running in a timely manner for testing, etc. I just want to make sure that when someone goes above and beyond with their service and treatment of “iffy” technological issues, they are properly acknowledged for a job well done.
I really appreciate you Ayana."
Row The Boat
Congratulations! Steven Schwartz
Steven has demonstrated the willingness to maintain his assigned school at a high level. He doesn't stop there, when and if we need assistance at other sites Steven steps up and volunteers to help his team. He is the consummate team player, and therefore he has been the "Row the Boat" team player for the month of November 2018. Congratulations Steven and your unselfishness does not go unnoticed.
I Put in the Time Award
Congratuations! Cyril Eastwick
Special thanks to Cyril Eastwick. Cyril puts in the time and it shows. He is always where he supposed to be, effectively supporting the children of Atlanta Public Schools. Cyril is assigned to the John Lewis Invictus Academy. He arrives early and remains at the school until the work is done. The staff at (JLIA) always gives accolades about his timeliness and dedication. Congratulations Cyril and continue to be an example of true professionalism.
I Look the Part Award
Congratulations! Calvin Johnson
As the face of IT Services, it is very important that we look professional and dress for success. The award for looking the part for the month of November is awarded to Calvin Johnson. Calvin is always appropriately dressed and carries himself in a professional manner. It is very important that we teach our students in Atlanta Public Schools what it looks like to be a professional. When you dress the part, you work looks that much better. We appreciate your dedication and professionalism.
Catchphrase "Row the Boat" (Say What?)
Congratulations! Simeon Kelley
Our New Catchphrase for the IT Services Team is "Row the Boat". We recognized the first team member that used the phrase during or meeting. Great Job Simeon!