LeCroy Career Technology Center Spotlight of the Month
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Monday, September 19, 2016
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Mitchell & Kelley are employees of the month at LeCroy Technical

 

The employee spotlight for the month of May at LeCroy Career Technical Center is shared between two special ladies, Mary Mitchell and Merry Kelley.

Mary Mitchell is the Secretary/Bookkeeper and has been at LCTC for 16 years. She began her career with the Chilton County School System as a teacher’s assistant working with the Health Science and JAG programs. Prior to that, she worked with the Dallas County School System for 13 years as a federal programs bookkeeper. She is also a former career tech student in the business education class of Melinda Maddox and Tammy Bice, and went on to receive her A.A. degree from Wallace Community College in Selma. When asked what she liked best about career tech, Ms. Mitchell replied “the way it aides in preparing students to enter the world of work”.

Merry Kelley is the Secretary/Bookkeeper and has been at LCTC for 4 years. She began her career with the Chilton County School System in 2004 as a substitute teacher. In 2006, she was hired full-time as a Special Education Teacher Assistant. She worked in this role for 2 years at Clanton Middle School and for 5 years at Chilton County High School. She transferred to her current position at LCTC in 2013. When asked what she liked best about career tech, Ms. Kelley replied “Career Technical Education is beneficial to everyone. Whether the path you choose is to go to college or go straight to work, everyone could benefit from learning the skills that are taught at career tech”.

Here at LCTC, we are proud of the hard work done daily by Ms. Mitchell and Ms. Kelley. They are professional businesswomen who are outstanding role models for our students.

 

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