Holman earns award for excellence

Arlista Holman

  • Monday, June 2, 2008 6:52pm
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Arlista Holman

Arlista Holman, a registrar at Auburn High School, received a Classified Employee Excellence Award for her outstanding service.

Holman is one of 36 classified school employees from across the state to recently earn the honor. She received a $1,000 check and a certificate in recognition for her hard work and commitment to students.

“For me to be selected is quite humbling and quite an honor because there are so many outstanding administrative assistants in our district,” said Holman, who has lived in Auburn since 1983.

The awards were proposed by the Public School Employees of Washington, a union representing classified employees, and were approved by the 2007 Legislature.

“These awards recognize the skills, caring and dedication of these often unsung heroes in schools across the state,” Terry Bergeson, the state superintendent of public instruction.

Bergeson and Linda Cowan, Auburn School District superintendent, were on hand to present the award to Holman at an April awards ceremony in the Senate chambers.

Cris Cruickshank, West Auburn High registrar, nominated Holman for the award.

Elsewhere

Auburn Riverside engineering and drafting students competed at the Washington State Technology Student Association conference and student competitions in Everett. The TSA is a national student organization, which allows students interested in technology to compete and be judged by professionals within the fields or engineering, architecture, video and construction. Auburn Riverside had several student place in the following events: CAD animation architecture: (first, Chris Jensen; fifth, Jenna Cull); CAD animation engineering (third, Kyle Ridge; fourth, Phil Raschkow); construction systems (second, Blair Russell and Ramiro Yescas); dragster design (fourth, Ryan Leslie); radio controlled transportation (second, Erin Lane and Blair Russell); technology challenge (first, Chris Jensen and Dr. Phil Raschkow); technology problem solving (second, Kyle Ridge and Chris Jensen); transportation modeling (first, Ryan Leslie; second, Casey Allen; third, Kyle Ridge; fourth, Ramiro Yescas; technology bowl (fifth, Erin Lane, Megan Kerrigan and Casey Allen); technical sketching and application (fifth, Kyle Ridge). … The Auburn Regional Medical Center Auxiliary is offering scholarships in the amount of $2,000. Scholarships are available to full-time students pursuing a career in a health care field. Applicants must have completed a minimum of two years of undergraduate work and have been accepted into a medical program. All applications must be received by May 9. To learn more, contact Gretchen Handorff-Karout, at 253-833-7711, ext. 1254.


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