Tim Glasgow
Locklin Technical Center/Santa Rosa Adult School

Letter of Nomination
It is my distinct pleasure to recommend our school’s nominee for the “School Related Employee of the Year, 2002-03.”

He has continually demonstrated the qualities necessary for this nomination and his job performance as Custodian has been outstanding.  He is a very positive and dependable employee and he works very well with others to ensure the student body has a positive impression of our schools.

In the many years that he has been employed with our district, he has developed an outstanding reputation.  That reputation has grown from the genuine concern for the many tasks to maintain the campus each day, as well as his willingness to be a true team member. He began as the night custodian where he served our staff maintaining constant communication to meet their needs. After only one year as the full time day custodian, he was overwhelming voted for this recognition by his peers.

Each of the twelve criteria for this recognition program is shown by his performance on a daily basis. Not only is his attendance and punctuality excellent, he always willingly goes beyond his assigned duties for the benefit of the school and the district. 

He has certainly demonstrated his commitment to the mission of our school.  His willingness to go the extra mile to ensure professionalism of his duties makes him an excellent nominee for Santa Rosa County’s School Related Employee of the Year.

Administrator's Letter of Recommendation
Webster’s dictionary defines “service” as any work performed for the benefit of another.

Locklin Technical Center/Santa Rosa Adult School’s nominee for Non-Instructional Employee of the Year 2002-2003 provides action to Webster’s definition.  We are two schools sharing one campus with varying departments, specialties, and opinions.  However, there has never been a more unanimous nominee decision.

“Cannot” and “will not” are not a part of his vocabulary.  He is always willing to help, even if it does not relate directly to his job duties.  He is admired and respected by the administrators, teachers, and staff.  He has also gained the respect and trust of our teenage and adult students.

Assigned by ARAMARK ServiceMaster in 1994 to the night staff, our nominee was promoted in January 2002 to become our daytime custodian.  Very few employees in the first year of their new position have had such an impact.  We have never been more proud of the appearance of our campus and facilities!

Webster defines “custodian” as a guardian or keeper.  Our custodian’s presence reminds each of us daily to take pride in our work and be the guardian of excellence in education.  It is our honor and privilege to nominate him for this award.