staff

staff

2022 Circle of Courage Awards

The Cunningham team gathered April 21st to celebrate four outstanding staff members--the 2022 Circle of Courage Award winners.

The Circle of Courage Award recognizes the dedication and service of outstanding long-term employees, celebrates staff whose long-term pattern of performance goes above and beyond normal expectations, and offers special recognition for exceptional acts that reflect belonging, mastery, generosity, or independence.

Let me tell you my story

Let me tell you my story...

There are so many great reasons to celebrate Cunningham’s Annual Meeting/Board Appreciation this year. While we had hoped to be able to hold the luncheon in person as initially planned, it’s clear the pandemic is not sufficiently resolved to ensure the health and safety of meeting attendees, our staff and the public.

2021 Circle of Courage Awards

The Circle of Courage Award recognizes the dedication and service of outstanding long-term employees, celebrates staff whose long-term pattern of performance goes above and beyond normal expectations, and offers special recognition for exceptional acts that reflect belonging, mastery, generosity, or independence.

Due to COVID-19, we were unable to hold this special event in 2020, so this year, we honored two in each category.

I see flowers!

Above Mrs. Overman’s desk in her classroom at CIRCLE Academy hangs a picture of dandelions painted by her mother.

"When my siblings and I were younger, we would always bring dandelions to my mother," she explained. "While dandelions are actually weeds, we saw them as flowers."

2018 Circle of Courage Award Winners

Cunningham Children’s Home has honored four employees for their significant contributions to the organization. The Circle of Courage Award recognizes the dedication and service of outstanding long-term employees, celebrates staff whose long-term pattern of performance goes above and beyond normal expectations, and offers special recognition for exceptional acts that reflect the agency’s program model.

It All Adds Up

Mr. Finn was ready for the first day of school this year. He organized his classroom, neatly lining the classroom shelves with the interactive learning tools that are intended to make learning easy and fun; algebra tiles, math mystery riddles and pizza fraction fun.