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SCUC ISD welcomes new employees

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD welcomed its newest employees during two different orientation sessions held at the Marion Dolford Learning Center on July 16th. The 21 positions filled included teachers, counselors, paraprofessionals, custodians, bus drivers, custodians, maintenance and administration.

SCUC ISD has earned “Top Workplace” designation by the San Antonio Express-News for six consecutive years, and seven times in the last nine years. The newspaper partners with Energage, an independent research firm that administers online surveys to employees, to identify the best places to work in the greater San Antonio area. Survey results are verified by an independent organization.

The new SCUC ISD employees are:

Christina Hruska – Special Education

Leslie McClellan – Byron P. Steele High School

Evan Pirog – Special Education

Garrett Brown – Sippel Elementary School

Elba Dominguez – Byron P. Steele High School

Manuel Cano – Schlather Intermediate School

Tyler Bradley – Wiederstein Elementary School

Carmen Alejandro – Cibolo Valley Elementary School

Jesus Flores – Cibolo Valley Elementary School

Maricela Wood – Transportation

Armando Hinojosa – Maintenance

Ernie Reynolds – Administration

Kimberley Wood – Dobie Junior High School

Ginger Graham – Dobie Junior High School

Jennifer Kowalik – Byron P. Steele High School

Jacob Ramos – Samuel Clemens High School

Lorena Solis – Samuel Clemens High School

Robert Robles – Byron P. Steele High School

Michael Leland – Special Education

Jose Falcon – Samuel Clemens High School

Erika Silva – Special Education

Melissa Smedley – Schertz Elementary School

 Priority 2 – High-performing and Engaged Workforce