Louisiana School presents annual service awards

Eleven members of LSMSA’s faculty and staff receive certificates honoring years of service

As the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) prepares for the new school year, faculty and staff participated in an annual in-service week of presentations, meetings, and awards. The following faculty and staff were recognized for their five-year increments of service to the school:

Celebrating 25 years of service were Enrollment Services Assistant Angie Beaudoin and School Nurse Mary Teekell. Nurse Assistant Rose Baker and Academic Services Resource & Media Specialist Annie Mitchell were recognized for completing 20 years of service.

Dr. Scott Atkins, Associate Lecturer of Physics; Dr. Bradley Bankston (’86), Associate Lecturer of English; Dorothy Holden, Custodian; and Dr. Kelly Lankford, Lecturer of History, reached the ten-year milestone. Completing their fifth year of service were Dr. John Littlejohn, German lecturer; Bonnie Rutledge, College Counseling Center Administrative Coordinator; and Jeni Stephens, Enrollment and Retention Specialist.

“The faculty and staff who choose to invest in our students are a hallmark of Louisiana School,” said Dr. Steve Horton, Executive Director. “We are grateful for their service and willingness to help further students’ education.”

LSMSA is a tuition-free, state-funded school for high-achieving, highly motivated rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors in Louisiana. For more information, visit http://www.LSMSA.edu.