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Board Recognizes November 2020 Employees of the Month

Corrina Beatty and Patricia Millings

Corrina Beatty and Patricia Millings were recognized as Employees of the Month by the Sacramento County Board of Education.

The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) is one of 58 county offices located throughout the state. Approximately 650 regular and more than 950 temporary and substitute SCOE staff work year-round providing services that complement and supplement those offered by public school districts in Sacramento County. The Sacramento County Board of Education celebrates the accomplishments and exemplary service of SCOE employees through the Employees of the Month Program.

Classified Employee of the Month

Corrina Beatty —School Secretary—was nominated by Principal Barbara Modlin for her contributions to the Court and Community School Program of the Sacramento County Office of Education. Ms. Beatty is the school secretary at El Centro Jr./Sr. High School, located within the walls of the Youth Detention Facility, and goes above and beyond each day to support students as they enter into and transition from El Centro. Due to the dynamics of the program and daily changes in enrollment, she begins her workday at 6 a.m. Ms. Beatty’s secretarial experience combined with her computer and technical abilities made it possible to keep the school operating remotely during this global pandemic we are experiencing. She is always kind, a true professional, and well-respected amongst the El Centro Staff. Corrina Beatty has been a Sacramento County Office of Education employee since 2005.

Classified Employee of the Month

Patricia Millings—Teacher, Alternative Education—was nominated by Principal Craig Bradford, for her contributions to the Alternative Education Department of the Sacramento County Office of Education. Ms. Millings develops individual plans with multiple subjects for more than 60 students as a teacher in the Senior Extension program at Gerber Jr./Sr. High School. She gets to know each of her students and shows them that she cares about them on an individual basis. Ms. Millings provides encouragement and support to all of her students to ensure that they will remain in high school, with the goal of graduating and transitioning to college, military service, or the workforce. Patricia Millings has been a Sacramento County Office of Education employee since 2005.