NEWS VOLUME 4 ISSUE 4 SEPTEMBER, 2005 What is P.A.C.E.? PACE is Professional and Classified Employees. The major purpose of PACE is to serve as an official voice to the College of Southern Idaho non-teaching, non-administrative employees. Toward this purpose we seek to… Foster and enhance communication among staff, faculty and administration Act as an inner support structure for the college Encourage and nurture-personal and professional growth Promote and improve morale Advocate the general welfare, interest, and mission of the college Support avenues for conflict resolution Provide an example of conduct to the student body Serve the college community through special projects and events Remaining Rep Meetings Notice the Change in Dates 2nd Wednesday of the Month from 2-3 pm Oct. 12 Nov. 9 Dec. 14 PACE Training Days Tues. and Wed., Sept. 27-28 8:30 am – 3:45 pm Taylor 267 & 277 Tues and Wed are identical days. Taylor 267 & 277 will each have 5 events. You have the choice of attending all 10 of them by going both days or picking and choosing those you are most interested in. All the information about the different speakers has been sent out on a separate flyer to the campus. Please refer to the flyer when choosing your options. Information for In-service is also on this flyer. PACE In-Service Day Thurs., Sept. 29 7:30 – 10:45 am Taylor 267 & 277 Hope to See You There! Check out the monthly list at: http://pace.csi.edu/wow/ More New Faces on Campus Since January, 2005 Michael Sweat Lu Waite New Position Replacing Lori Rogers Custodian Switchboard/Mail Clerk Dated 05-02-05 Taylor Bldg. 732-6600 Dated 06-08-05 NO BIO AVAILABLE NO BIO AVAILABLE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CR Call Earl Boyer Replacing Gary Hanchey Replacing Ken Degner Custodian Custodian Dated 07-11-05 Dated 07-11-05 732-6600 732-6600 NO BIO AVAILABLE NO BIO AVAILABLE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Crystal Hays Jennifer Patterson Replacing Dan Sullivan New Position Security Officer Childcare Lab Facilitator 732-6600 Aspen 131, 732-6884 Dated 07-18-05 Dated 08-15-05 NO BIO AVAILABLE NO BIO AVAILABLE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jenny Coelho Replacing Lisa Baily Office Specialist, Planning & Development Taylor 120, 732-6249 firstname.lastname@example.org I am a graduate of Oregon State in Agricultural Resources and Economics and have been employed previously at California State University, Fresno in both Payroll Services and the Division of Graduate Studies and most recently as an Admissions and Records Technician from Shasta College in Redding, CA. Due to my husband’s, Tony, relocation of employment to a large agricultural base area, our family moved to the Magic Valley just 6 weeks ago. We have three children, Lacey who is attending Fresno State, and Cash and Candra who will be attending Filer High and Filer Middle School. - Dated 08-15-05 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cindy Simeon (pronounced Simon) Replacing Olenka Paredes Office Specialist, Community Education Taylor 202, 732-6441 email@example.com After residing in Key West, Florida for the past 28 years, my husband, Daryl, and I (along with our dog and bird) moved to Twin Falls in June of this year to care for Daryl’s elderly parents. We now own a home in Twin and look forward to our new life here. Along with our Charter Fishing business in Key West, which we owned and operated for 18 years, my work experiences have included administrative and clerical, events and function planning and work in other marine related ventures. Yes, Twin Falls is definitely a change from our island life in the tropics, but we’ve been enjoying our new experiences such as river rafting on the Snake River, the Twin Falls County Fair, riding our Harley to Jackpot and many other adventures. Perhaps the biggest challenge, however, will be WINTER! Having been raised in San Diego, my high school years spent on Guam, and then moving to Key West, I have never lived in a cold winter climate. Is it crazy to actually be looking forward to snow? ~ Dated 09-20-05 Check out next month’s newsletter for more new folks.
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