“BSD’s Best” is a peer-to-peer recognition program designed to recognize Burlington School District employees who go above and beyond! Help us recognize your teamates for their dedication, passion, and hard work honoring the BSD Vision:
“Cultivating Caring, Creative, and Courageous People – Join the Journey!”
Please fill out this form to the best of your ability. If you wish to remain anonymous to your nominee, please write “anonymous” next to your name on the final blank.
Frequently Asked Questions
BSD’s Best is designed as a peer-to-peer recognition program. Any BSD employee can nominate any other BSD employee who is in good standing in the District.
BSD’s Best is designed as a peer-to-peer recognition program. In order to be eligible, nominees must be in good standing in the District.
Nominations are delivered to the Climate Team once a day. At least once a week, members of the Climate Team will double-check the formatting on the certificate and print them out for the Superintendent to sign. After signing, the certificate gets put into our interoffice mail system and is sent to your nominee. Easy!
Not a problem! Please do provide your name on the form but write the word “anonymous” next to it. Our Climate Team will double-check that the certificate includes the word anonymous instead of your name.
Absolutely. The more the merrier. Once you hit the “submit” button, you’ll see an option to complete another nomination.
Note: The following information can also be found on the District Leadership and Committees webpage.
Mission: BSD’s Climate Team meets monthly to discuss and implement strategies and tactics to improve District climate. Want to be involved? Send us an email today!
Vince Castine, Early Ed Paraeducator
Miriam Ehtesham-Cating, Administrator
Russ Elek, Central Office
Beth Fialko, BHS Teacher (BEA President)
Cheryl Niedzwiecki, BTC Teacher
Joe Restighini, Principal
Bobby Riley, Principal
Shannon Roesch, EES Coach
Sparks, Central Office
Andrew Styles, Elementary Teacher
*BSD’s Best is designed as a peer-to-peer recognition program. Certificates are not a measure of employee performance and are not used as an evaluative tool or added to an official employee file.