By Charlotte Underwood
JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF)) – Keeping all 12 school buildings clean for over 5,000 students in the county is no easy task. Just ask any of the custodial staff at Campbell County Schools. That’s why WLAF is recognizing custodial staff throughout the county’s school district.
We’re starting it off this week with Campbell County High School’s Custodial workers.
Campbell County High School Assistant Principal Olivia Lobertini said the school’s custodians work hard to make sure the high school building is ready every day and that they deserved recognition for their efforts.
“Special events, games, community events-regardless of the occasion, they’re willing to go the extra mile to make sure our school shines,” Lobertini said.
The custodial staff is an integral part of the school and according to Lobertini, the students love to interact with them.
“They are part of our school, and our students love seeing them and interacting with them every day! They show up and are constant, positive role models in their lives. I could not ask for a better crew to work with every day,” Lobertini said.
Here’s a footnote to today’s feature. In May of 2021, WLAF caught up with David Heatherly and Jeff Wilson, and here’s a look back at that story.
Long before Gavin Newman signed football scholarship papers with Maryville College, custodians Jeff Wilson and David Heatherly had a little fun after setting up for the event.
Wilson said he’s signing with the University of Georgia janitorial team. Josh Parker said Heatherly was going to Byrge Screen Printing University.
(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/16/2022-6AM)