UHS counselor earns Utah Career Guidance Award

UHS counselor earns Utah Career Guidance Award
Posted on 02/12/2021
This is the image for the news article titled UHS counselor earns Utah Career Guidance AwardCongratulations to Uintah High School counselor Marysa Rhodes, who received the Utah Career Guidance Award last Friday from the Utah Association for Career & Technical Education.

“(Marysa) constantly puts in long hours and is always going out of her way to care for not only her students that she is assigned to, but all students at Uintah High School,” district Work-Based Learning coordinator Brandon Aycock wrote when he nominated Rhodes for the award. “Marysa is a strong advocate of CTE and effectively educates students on the many opportunities available in CTE.”

Rhodes has developed a guidance curriculum for Uintah High that counselors and teachers deliver to students on the first Friday of every month.

"Marysa was also a counselor at a local middle school for many years and has touched many lives throughout her career," Aycock wrote in his nominating letter. "She is a great team player and is creative and innovative in her daily efforts as a counselor.”

Thank you, Marysa, for all you do for our students and congratulations on this well-deserved award!
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