Las Vegas, Nevada 2022-01-20 14:16:00 –
Las Vegas (FOX5)-Primary school principals in Clark County School District are heading to the Super Bowl after being admitted to be beyond their job to provide a suitable learning environment for their students in the face of a serious staff shortage. ..
Although his title is officially the principal, Joseph Uy of Gwendolyn Woolly Elementary in North Las Vegas has days to work as a substitute teacher, cafeteria worker, and even a custodian, and every day is different.
“If everyone expects to teach, vacuum, kitchen, and that, I should be able to do it myself.” Uy previously spoke to Maddie White on FOX5.. “So it’s either morning or after school and I don’t have kids anymore, but often it’s Saturday.”
Principal Uy’s dedication and efforts have attracted national media attention as they show the continued impact of pandemics on education.
On Thursday, his unwavering commitment to students and school was acknowledged by the Las Vegas Raiders, a group that probably didn’t expect him to hear the phone.
In a tweet shared by CCSD, during a video conference with director Dr. Jesus Jara, Uy quickly learned some big news from a special guest who wanted to chat.Raiders Defensive End Yannick Gakoue.
The @ Raiders surprised @WoolleyElem Major @ JosephUy88 Thank you for his “play your part” attitude by giving him two tickets to the Super Bowl LVI.appreciate @YannickNgakoue Break the news. @SuptJaraCCSD @CCSDCommunity pic.twitter.com/YvuU83gR3M
— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) January 20, 2022
Ngakoue has informed Uy that he will receive two tickets for the Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
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