The November Keys of Kindness Award was given to Nanette Kuttler. Nan was voted by her peers based on the interactions with our students, parents, staff, and community. Each building will award one staff member each month.
Here is what someone said about her for the nomination. "Nan is the face of our building. For some of our visitors, she is the first person those from the community meet. She sets the stage for showing off our building by her wonderful personality. Over the past two weeks, I have been told on several occasions how welcoming and kind she is to visitors. The state auditor for Pre-K counts mentioned how well she was treated, how friendly and accommodating she was. She told me that she was in several schools this week and by far treated the best and felt so welcomed here. She was able to tell within the first two minutes what a great school we were going to have. The second was from the fire alarm technician. He told me how impressed he was with our school, Nan, our students and the staff. He talked about how welcoming we are from the moment he walks in the door. He mentioned our students waving at him and the overall culture and feel the building has. He stated he visits a lot of schools and it is not like ours. He said most secretaries won’t even lift their head to talk to him, but Nan was different. She was so talkative and kind. He said he would want his kids and grandkids to come to this school!"
Comments like this don't come every day and two in a week says a lot about a person! We love you Nan!! Thanks for everything you do for our students, staff and community.