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Sager, Powers honored by School Board
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Warren County High School Culinary Arts teacher Megan Sager and WCHS administrative assistant and receptionist Jackie Powers were named Certified Employee of the Month and Classified Employee of the Month, respectively. - photo by Bethany Porter

Two Warren County High School employees were recognized as Employee of the Month at the Warren County School Board meeting Monday night. 

Warren County High School administrative assistant and receptionist Jackie Powers was named Classified Employee of the Month and was nominated by Culinary Arts teacher Megan Segar, who was named Certified Employee of the Month. 

Director of Schools Dr. Grant Swallows read Segar’s statement nominating Powers. Her statement read, “Miss Jackie Powers deserves to be recognized as an employee of the month. She is always quick to help in any situation. I can call her anytime and she either knows the answer or will find it. She comes in early and stays late. Miss Jackie helps WCHS be the best school possible. She is great with students and she always has a smile on her face and is quick to say, ‘Hi baby.’ Miss Jackie is truly an amazing person who cares for everyone. WCHS is very lucky and blessed to have Miss Jackie.”

Segar was nominated by WCHS executive principal Clark George for Certified Employee of the Month. Swallows read Georges statement explaining why Segar should be chosen.

His statement read, “WCHS and Warren County schools are fortunate to have Miss Sager as an educator and mentor to lead our students to be successful members of our community. She began her career at WCHS teaching Culinary Arts 1 and 2 in 2017 and in 2020 she transitioned to Culinary Arts 3 and 4 where she facilitates the Pioneer Pantry supervising students in the café and coffee shop they have catered events for the Chamber of Commerce, Republican Party, Board of Education, WCHS and various organizations. 

“She is the advisor for FCCLA where she has assisted students in Star events to qualify for nationals and she has had two students qualify for nationals in 2020 and 2021. During the FCCLA conference this year, three students qualified for nationals in California. Megan continues to go above and beyond for her students and is a true Pioneer.”