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BCSD November's Pursuit of Excellence Winners!

Updated: Nov 23, 2021

Congratulations to the following employees who are the November 2021 recipients

of the Pursuit of Excellence Award for the Baldwin County School District.

Mrs. Amber Ivey is the Bookkeeper at Oak Hill Middle School and is a true definition of a team player. Her Principal, Daymond Ray, states "I'm not sure if she's our bookkeeper, nurse, crossing guard, or school contact tracer. She is always there to lend a helping hand wherever it is needed. I have never heard her say no when asked to assist with anything". Mrs. Ivey tackles all of her extra duties with a smile on her face. Even when her office was full of back-to-school supplies and you couldn't see her at her desk from all the big boxes, she got the supplies out in a timely manner. She doesn't have to do all these things, however, she knows that the staff and students need certain tasks completed if they are to be successful. Mrs. Amber Ivey, Thank you for being a shining example of excellence.


Dr. Jennifer Dunbar is relatively new to Baldwin County School district. In her first year, she has quickly established herself as a model of excellence. She continuously goes above and beyond for students and staff. She works hard to make sure the teachers and students have the resources they need to be successful. Dr. Dunbar, thank you for being a shining example of excellence!


Mrs. Pam Longino has been employed with the Baldwin County School District for 23 years. She is described by her colleague, Mr. Reese, as always being involved in school initiatives and being the school’s first point of contact for issues with technology. She also oversees the distribution of laptops to the students and manages to do it all with grace and humor. Mrs. Longino, thank you for modeling excellence!


Ms. Lundy has worked in the Baldwin County School District for 15 years. She is described by Ms. See as being very deserving of this recognition. Ms. See has worked closely with Ms. Lundy for 8 years. Ms. Lundy has never missed a beat. She is always willing and ready to do whatever is needed without even being asked. She takes initiative and enjoys her job. Ms. Lundy has established great relationships with not only her co-workers but with the students as well. She wears a smile every day and is always ready to get the job done! Ms. Lundy, thank you for being a model of excellence!


Ms. Strickland is in her second year working in the Baldwin County School District. She always strives to learn and become better at her job. She takes time to study recipes and make sure all the meals she prepares are delicious and look amazing for our young scholars! She has stepped up as a leader in the kitchen and has become more vocal. Her confidence has shot through the roof at the Early Learning Center, which has been a pleasure to watch since she started working with School Nutrition. She is a team player, a positive person, and ready for anything that is thrown her way. Ms. Strickland, thank you for being a model of excellence.

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