Middleborough Elementary School’s Rebecca Feser has been named the 2020 Education Support Professionals of Baltimore County (ESPBC) Paraeducator of the Year.
Feser has been described by her peers as an invaluable resource who works tirelessly on behalf of students and staff alike.
“Paraeducators are such important members of instructional teams,” BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams said. “Rebecca Feser does whatever it takes for the students she works with, and I’m excited to see she is being recognized for all her hard work.”
Feser has served as a paraeducator at Middleborough Elementary for four years. Prior to that, she served as an additional adult assistant at Perry Hall Elementary. She was nominated for the ESPBC Paraeducator of the Year award by Middleborough Elementary Principal Jamie Basignani.
The ESPBC Paraeducator of the Year award is presented annually. All schools can nominate a paraeducator for this honor. Paraeducators provide instructional support to students and have job responsibilities that relate to academic achievement and school safety.