Bev Heigel is BCSD 101 Classified Employee of the Month
December 4, 2017
By Principal David Miles II

I would like to introduce Bev Heigel as November’s Boundary County School District’s Classified Employee of the Month! Bev, a special education assistant, is an outstanding individual who makes Boundary County Middle School a better place just by showing up every day.

She is a very dedicated, friendly and compassionate person whom students and staff enjoy being around.

Bev is very dedicated to BCMS. She is almost always at work and on time and spends more time than required just to make sure she is doing a good job. She spends most of her time genuinely trying to help students as best she can and can often be seen taking students aside and giving extra attention to those who need a little extra help with their school work.

I have never heard her complain about anything she does at school and she is committed to making BCMS the best place it can be.

She is also very friendly. She is able to talk with anybody about anything and treats everyone with respect. The students recognize this and often approach her to discuss their academic and personal concerns, knowing she will listen and try to help them in any way she can.

The staff respects Bev because she listens and tries to help them when she can as well.

Bev is a compassionate person as well. She often speaks to me and other staff about how we or she can improve a situation for a student or the school. She does not shy away at speaking up for students who need it and she will discuss concerns and suggestions for improvement when she feels she needs to or when she sees something that could be better.

Bev is a wonderful person to have at our school because she is dedicated, friendly and compassionate. She makes BCMS a better place with her presence. Students and staff alike seek her out for her ability to listen and help when needed.