Erin Olsewski and Jake Jenne nominated for Hero Awards

Jun 16, 2021 | Schools | 0 comments

PCMS R-Factor HEROES are those staff members who make a difference in classrooms and in the lives of their students. Students recognize the hard work and the dedication and the investments teachers and staff make every single day.

They recognize that so much so, that there were 229 student nominations for HERO recognition this quarter. R-Factor is the Port Clinton City School District’s focus on culture and the district Beliefs, Behaviors, and Outcomes.

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PCMS honored Erin Olszewski and Jake Jenne as PCMS Heroes. The two award winners received numerous nominations. Student nominations focused on the R-Factor framework that each of these teachers were amazing at “pressing pause” at helping students “get their minds right.” Students repeatedly said that both of these teachers helped students “Do the Work” and “Get Better Every Day.”

Both of these teachers make school fun and more importantly, they make learning fun. Students also emphasized that both of these teachers take a great deal of time to “listen, care and connect” with all of their students. While two teachers received the top honors, every staff member who earned a student nomination received a copy so that they know of the impact they are making with their students in school.

Carrie Sanchez, Principal, stated, “Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Some wear capes and some wear badges. Others are servants who quietly look for opportunities to help when needed in many different ways. At Port Clinton Middle School we like to honor our E+R=O heroes – because they are truly the magic makers in our school.”

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