MSN nominated for Modern Woodmen of America Hometown Hero Award

CGMSN Hometown Hero Award

(November 4, 2022) - Middle School North administrators and counseling staff were nominated for the Modern Woodmen of America Hometown Hero Award.

"It is my honor to nominate the Center Grove Middle School North Administrators and Counseling Staff for the Modern Woodmen of America Hometown Hero Award," said Jason Taylor, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Technology. "This team of professionals has shown outstanding leadership in suicide prevention, by reaching out to pursue internal and external student programming opportunities for students, and professional development for staff.

Over the past few years, the Center Grove Middle School North Team has overcome adversity when it comes to student suicide ideologies, attempts and completion. They have rallied together to ensure their school community has the resources for all who enter their doors, that includes physical safety measures. The team has worked relentlessly to foster strong relationships amongst staff and students, and to create a safe place to learn and grow."

The Modern Woodmen Hometown Hero Award honors individuals for their outstanding service to their local community.

Those recognized for their efforts: Krista Nelson, Christy Berger, Shannon P. Carroll-Frey, Davin Harpe, Jake Holder, Chrissy Thomson, Ruthie Leeth, Heidi Hite, Callie Spillmann, MSW, LSW, Michele Sheley