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2022 Employees of the Year and Retirees

2022 Employees of the Year
2022 Employees of the Year
Pictured – QSD employees of the year and retirees who attended the event on June 7, 2022. 
The Quincy School District held the 2022 Employees of the Year and Retirement Recognition event yesterday afternoon at the Quincy Heritage barn.   
At the event, the following employees were recognized by their department/building:  
  • Michael Lopez  
  • Chris Stark  
  • Ixamar Aguilar  
  • Kristy Brantner  
  • Maria Garcia  
  • Janice Harmon  
  • Rafael Sermeno  
  • Amy Eddy  
  • Tawnya Martinez Halliday  
  • Alejandra Garcia-Nuno  
  • Greta Williams  
  • Ruth Perez  
  • Amayrany Zepeda  
  • Angelica Lopez  
  • Maria Medrano  
  • Christina Morales  
  • Rey Valle  
  • Katie Schooler  
  • Charlotte Hernandez  
  • Jonathan Van Dyke  
  • Maria de Parra Zamora  
  • Robin Mauro  
  • Daniel Fregoso  
  • Shawn Fuller  
Chris Stark along with Jonathan Van Dyke were also recognized as District Employees of the year.  

These employees were selected by their fellow peers for going above and beyond for their students, families, and fellow staff members! The Quincy School District would like to thank everyone for their hard work and commitment this year! 

District Employees of the Year pictures

Pictured left to right - Assistant Superintendent DJ Garza, District Employee of the Year Jonathan Van Dyke, School Board Director Chris Baumgartner, Food Service Director Nicole Boatright, District Employee of the Year Chris Stark, Quincy Middle School Principal Scott Ramsey, School Board Director Jack Foglesong, and Superintendent Dr. Nik Bergman.  


In addition to recognizing Employees of the Year, the District honored the following retirees:   

  • Daphne Beckemeier  
  • David Talley  
  • Kathy Hardiman  
  • Therese Sawyer  
  • Andrew Ornelas  
  • Susan Huxtable  
  • Lila Schwint  
  • Nancy Tax  
  • Richard "Larry" Hart  
  • Janice Harmon  
  • Kathleen Brown  
  • Ellen Bush  
  • Lenore Low  
  • Corina Kling  
  • Mary Medrano  

The Quincy School District thanks each of them for their dedication and service to Quincy schools and the community.