District names MUSD Employees of the Year - Tucson News Now

District names MUSD Employees of the Year

Kim Meine (Source: MUSD) Kim Meine (Source: MUSD)
Sara Anderson (Source: MUSD) Sara Anderson (Source: MUSD)
Sarah Cline (Source: MUSD) Sarah Cline (Source: MUSD)
MARANA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three Marana Unified School District employees were honored by district leadership personnel as 2014 MUSD Employees of the Year.

MUSD Superintendent, Dr. Doug Wilson, and district leadership team members surprised the employees at work earlier this month, according to district officials.

Kim Meine, a special education aide at Mountain View High School, was named the 2014 Support Staff of the Year. She has worked for MUSD for the past nine years.

Sara Anderson, a first grade teacher at Desert Winds Elementary School, was the 2014 Teacher of the Year.  Sara joined MUSD in 2004.

Sarah Clem, principal Thornydale Elementary School, was named the 2014 Administrator of the Year. She joined MUSD in 2010 as an associate principal at Estes Elementary School, then became the principal at Thornydale Elementary School in 2012. 

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