Retiring educators honored by school board


Photos submitted Shelly Greene was given a retirement gift from superintendent Leon Smith.


Elaine Dixon was given a retirement gift from superintendent Leon Smith


Johnea Pendleton, a RJSHS Ambassador, was recognized as the first recipient of the James C. Milam Service Award. She is pictured with school board president James Milam and RHS assistant principal Brandon Blake.


At the regular Russellville Independent School Board meeting on June 21, two employees were recognized for their years of service and honored as they prepare to begin their retirement. Shelly Greene, Stevenson Elementary fifth grade teacher, retired at the end of this school year. She has taught for 27 years.Elaine Dixon, District Food Service Director, will officially retire at the end of August, after serving 20 years. Although unable to attend, Barry Pitts, was recognized for 20 years of service in maintenance. Each was presented a lovely clock indicating appreciation for time well-spent with our District. Congratulations to each and best regards as you begin this next chapter of your lives.

Graduate, Johnea Pendleton, a RJSHS Ambassador, was recognized as the first recipient of the James C. Milam Service Award. This award will become an annual event.

Photos submitted Shelly Greene was given a retirement gift from superintendent Leon Smith.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Rville1.jpgPhotos submitted Shelly Greene was given a retirement gift from superintendent Leon Smith.

Elaine Dixon was given a retirement gift from superintendent Leon Smith
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Rville2.jpgElaine Dixon was given a retirement gift from superintendent Leon Smith

Johnea Pendleton, a RJSHS Ambassador, was recognized as the first recipient of the James C. Milam Service Award. She is pictured with school board president James Milam and RHS assistant principal Brandon Blake.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Rville3.jpgJohnea Pendleton, a RJSHS Ambassador, was recognized as the first recipient of the James C. Milam Service Award. She is pictured with school board president James Milam and RHS assistant principal Brandon Blake.
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