Congratulations to DASD staff Amber DiLalla, Stefanie Muller, and Stephanie Glad for receiving CESA 2 Outstanding Educator for Pupil Services awards!
Each year, the Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Student Services celebrates exceptional educators who have significant positive impact in their districts. The awards are given to staff members who exemplify outstanding qualities and go above and beyond expectations. The three DASD staff members were nominated by other DASD staff, and were honored at an awards breakfast in Monona Grove on April 27.
Amber DiLalla, a Cross-Categorial teacher at Windsor Elementary School, was nominated by Hannah Young, DASD Psychologist, and Roy Bernards, WES Principal. According to Young, DiLalla “is not only an educator, but an advocate. She continues to push staff members in our building to shift their views on inclusion of students with special needs.”
Stephanie Muller, a School Counselor and At-Risk Teacher at Windsor Elementary School, was nominated by Roy Bernards, the WES Principal. According to Bernards, Muller “has developed emotionally safe programs and places for our students,” and “helps track students who are on CICO in addition to meeting with groups or students individually.”
Stephanie Glad is a School Counselor and an At-Risk Teacher at Yahara Elementary School and Morrisonville Elementary School. She was nominated by YES Principal Mike Weisensel According to Weisensel, Glad “makes great efforts to meet the needs of all students,” and “is a leader throughout the school through our school’s Continuous Growth team.”