Custodian named 'LifeChanger of the Year'
MONTPELIER, VT — National Life Group has announced that a Texas high school custodian has earned top honors in its annual program that recognizes and rewards outstanding K-12 educators and school district employees, according to a press release.
Charles Clark, head custodian at Trinity High School in Euless, Texas, was selected as the 2012-2013 national "LifeChanger of the Year" grand prize winner out of more than 400 nominations for teachers, administrators and school district employees from 33 states, the release stated.
"Charles Clark is proof that every school employee can be a powerful mentor and role model for students," said Mehran Assadi, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of National Life Group.
"The tremendous outpouring of support for Charles' nomination from current and former students, co-workers and school district administrators illustrates the positive impact he's had on students and the value of his contributions to his school community," Assadi added.
According to the release, as the national grand prize winner, Clark receives a $10,000 cash award, which is split between a $5,000 individual award and a matching $5,000 contribution to Trinity High School.
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