The Finance Committee will meet February 26 at the School Board Office at 5:00 pm.
Denise FitzgeraldBig or small, short or tall, Denise Fitzgerald has touched the lives of many Buena Vista students. Her dedication to the students of this school system is like none other. She constantly strives each and every day to improve upon her instruction and to make herself the best teacher she can be. You would think that after 37 years in the “business”, she would be through with learning new things and trying to adapt her teaching style to the 21st Century Learner. That couldn’t be further from the truth, just ask her about her new technology initiative
Denise has quite the personality and can light up any room. I don’t think she has ever met a stranger. This is a good thing as long as you don’t tag along with her to Wal-Mart and think that it will be a quick trip! She is the first to make a new teacher feel welcome or a new student feel at home. She is eager to share her vast knowledge of educating students with other teachers and is a valuable resource to Mrs. Harris and the faculty at Enderly Heights Elementary.
Thank you Denise for sharing your talent, your passion and your love of learning! Here’s to another 37 years!
Joshua Perry has been chosen as the January senior of the month. Josh exemplifies “Blues Spirit and Pride.” He is an incredible athlete! Throughout his high school career, he has been involved in sports. He plays football, basketball and baseball. He is always excited about the games! He asks teachers and students on game days if they will be at the game. He wants to be sure that as many people as possible are present to cheer on the Blues.
Josh is respected by faculty, teachers and classmates. He is a leader and great role-model for many students. Following the games at school, Josh delivers devotions. He keeps the team connected athletically and spiritually!
Josh has a deep commitment to his faith and a strong sense of family. Josh has strong relations with the young group at First Pentecostal Holiness church. He participates fully in the church and remains active with the youth group. Josh also participates in numerous extracurricular activities. He does well balancing his academics and other activities. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Relay for Life team and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. This past summer he was also a part of “Renew the Blue!”
Josh plans to attend Liberty University in the fall. He hopes to pursue a degree in Education or Counseling.
In closing remarks for Josh, it shall be said “Go Blue!”