Arizona National Guard names instructor of the year
PHOENIX, AZ — Joshua Snow, the lead custodian at Rogers Ranch School, has been named Instructor of the Year by the Arizona Army National Guard, according to AZED News.
In addition to his custodial duties, Snow serves as a Sergeant First Class in the Guard and is one of 20 instructors at the Guard’s Regional Training Institute, the article stated.
According to the article, Snow will now be evaluated for the Instructor of the Year award for the entire U.S. Army.
Snow has been at Rogers Ranch School in the Laveen Elementary School District for two years and served as a behavior monitor prior to moving into the lead custodian role, the article noted.
"Mr. Snow's attention to detail and expectations for himself and his work have helped improve the campus to be more comfortable, clean and safe," said school principal Tim Thomas.
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