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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson, CSEA 209 Member Treavor Maddux, and Area F Director Dale Sorenson at the recent awards ceremony for Classified School Employees of the Year.

Congratulations to Yucaipa-Calimesa Chapter 209 member Treavor Maddux, 
who was selected as one of six outstanding classified school employees to be recognized for their roles in school operations and student success.  

For a recent San Bernardino Sun article on CSEA member Maddux, click here.

“I offer my congratulations to six hard-working and devoted school employees who exemplify what commitment to school and student really is,” said Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Schools. “These highly skilled and talented workers make the extra effort to support their students, schools, and communities.” The annual program recognizes six outstanding classified school employees, each representing one of the following categories: Child Nutrition; Maintenance, Operations, and Facilities; Office and Technical Support; Para-Educator and Instructional Assistance; Support Services and Security; and Transportation.


The 2014 Classified School Employees of the Year, who will be honored by State Superintendent Torlakson at a luncheon held May 22 in Sacramento, are:

Support Services and Security: Treavor Maddux, Campus Monitor, Oak View High School and Education Center, Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District, Yucaipa, San Bernardino County (eight years in current position)

Mr. Maddux is the campus monitor at a community day school where students are considered at-risk because they were expelled or frequently absent from a traditional high school or are substantially behind in credits to graduate. Next door is an education center for emotionally disturbed students. He has the ability to deal with the most challenging students on the high school site and also to interact with a distressed elementary student at the center. He consistently demonstrates that time spent building relationships and by being firm, fair, and consistent shows students that authority figures can be trusted. These relationships have kept many potential issues at a minimum. He is a role model for staff and respected for his high-moral conduct and common sense in difficult situations.

Also honored:

  • Child Nutrition: Sharon Cliffman, Assistant Cafeteria Manager, Millville Elementary School, Millville Elementary School District, Millville, Shasta County (11 years in current position)
  • Maintenance, Operations, and Facilities: Marcus Board, Painter, Department of Buildings and Grounds, Oakland Unified School District, Alameda County (seven years in current position)
  • Office and Technical: Diana Vita, Account Clerk II, Carmel High School, Carmel Unified School District, Carmel, Monterey County, (six years in current position)
  • Para-Educator and Instructional Assistance: Lisa Nowels, Instructional Assistant, Sun View Elementary School, Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, Orange County (eight years in current position)
  • Transportation: Henry Bell, School Bus Driver, Transportation Department, Roseville Joint Union High School District, Roseville, Placer County (12 years in current position)



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RANCHO CUCAMONGA Field Office
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