Shelly White named January Volunteer of the Month
White dedicates her time and love to fourth-grade students at Sirrine Elementary. She was honored at the Jan. 26 Governing Board meeting as Volunteer of the Month.
Shelly White spends 12 hours a week helping students in Jennifer Jackman's fourth-grade class at Sirrine Elementary. Students are always thrilled when it's "Mrs. White day" because she supports and encourages them. At the Jan. 26 Governing Board meeting, White was recognized for her dedication to students when she was named January Volunteer of the Month.
Tribute to Shelly White
Shelly is a dedicated volunteer who devotes two days a week to fourth-graders at Sirrine Elementary.
Shelly cheerfully does any task that's needed, but her strengths lie in connecting with students. She brings excitement and high expectations into the classroom. She shares her time and her heart. Shelly has brought in snacks before testing and school supplies at the beginning of the year, and she presented each child with a book at the holidays.
In the words of Mother Teresa, "We cannot always do great things in life, but we can do small things with great love." Shelly has generously given her love to make Sirrine students shine a bit brighter.
Shelly, thank you for your dedication to Sirrine Elementary. We are pleased to honor you as a Mesa Public Schools Volunteer of the Month.
Volunteer of the Month prizes
White received a certificate, tumbler, coaster, candy bouquet and copy of the tribute from Mesa Public Schools. She was also awarded a $50 Amazon gift card and a book titled "Gratitude" from the Mesa Foundation for Educational Excellence.
(Shelly White speaks to board meeting attendees after being named Volunteer of the Month at the Jan. 26 board meeting. Photo by Tim Hacker/Mesa Public Schools)