Cactus Canyon Jr. High Recognizes Staff and Volunteer

APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. - March 29, 2022 - PRLog -- Two employees and one volunteer from Cactus Canyon Junior High, 801 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction were recently honored at a recent Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board meeting.

Each month a school or district department honors employees and volunteers for exemplary effort and dedication.

Diana Kidde  was selected as Certified Staff of the Month. Kidee has worked at CCJH as one of the school's 8th grade science teachers for the past six years. She was presented with a plaque.

"Not only is she a great teacher, she also serves on pretty much every committee we have on campus," said Kenneth deLoera, principal at CCJH. "Mrs. Kidde has also grown to be a leader amongst her peers as she collaborates with staff to improve instructional practices. We are extremely proud of Mrs. Kidde and lucky to have her as part of our CCJH Family."

Tammy Harlan was honored as the Classified Staff of the Month. She also received a plaque.

Mrs. Tammy has been a part of our Cactus Canyon family for the past two years but this year has been doing a little extra," said deLoera. "She is the epitome of a team player.  She comes to work every day with an infectious smile and positive attitude. Mrs. Tammy was a stable rock that has been able to keep things in line. She is always willing to help out wherever she is needed. We are thankful for her efforts at CCJH."

Christine "Kristi" Voytkowski was selected as Volunteer of the Month and was presented with a plaque.

"Kristi has been a valuable member of Cactus Canyon Junior High this past year," said deLoera. "She has served on our Site Council Committee and also supported our volleyball team and her daughter throughout the season. Kristi is passionate about serving our community and is always looking to improve our school in any way possible.  Our school is a better place because of her service."

CCJH emphasizes a well-rounded education where academics, sports and extracurricular activities allow students to grow scholastically, physically and emotionally. CCJH students can get a head start on funding their college education by signing up for Pinal Promise (  in junior high. The program offers a tuition-free education at Central Arizona College for those who fulfill the requirements and graduate from participating high schools in Pinal County such as Apache Junction High School.

Sally Ann Marks
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Location:Apache Junction - Arizona - United States
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