Doing What’s Best for Kids

FMPSD’s 43rd Employee Recognition: A Night to Remember

Posted on: General News

(Fort McMurray, AB - May 10th, 2024) The 43rd Annual Employee Recognition Night, hosted on May 2nd, was not just an event but a symbol of FMPSD's rich legacy of educational excellence and community spirit. It was a profound reminder of the impact that dedicated educators, leaders, and staff have on our students' lives and the future of our community. Each story shared, and every round of applause resonated with the commitment, passion, and resilience that define our Division.

As we move forward, the memories of this special evening will continue to inspire and drive us toward achieving greater heights. We are reminded of educators’ powerful role in shaping tomorrow’s leaders and the importance of acknowledging and celebrating this significant contribution.

To our retirees, awardees, and celebrated staff, your legacy is a beacon of light guiding the path for future generations of educators and students within FMPSD. Thank you for your service, dedication, and passion. Here's to many more years of excellence, innovation, and success in education.

FMPSD Superintendent Annalee Nutter enthusiastically reflected on a successful celebration honouring the years of service from FMPSD staff.

“Recognizing those who have and will continue to contribute to the successes of our system allows the Division to send congratulations but also helps us reflect on the stories of those who have done so much for our students. We value their passion, creativity, determination, and teamwork in Doing What’s Best for Kids.” Whether they are continuing their career, retiring, or receiving extra recognition through the George Decker Award or Edwin Parr nomination, they have impacted in some way, and we want them to know they are valued.”

We are thankful for all who have dedicated their work and service to Public Education and to our community:

Honouree List

Event Photos

Your commitment to Fort McMurray Public Schools inspires us to be better educators, stewards and leaders. Thank you for 'Doing What's Best for Kids'.

For additional information, contact:

Momin Syed                                                           
Communications Coordinator
Fort McMurray Public School Division