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Concord Custodian is a Finalist in $35K Nationwide Contest

Mar 17, 2020 03:48PM ● By Kristy Huddle

It’s timelier than ever to recognize local heroes who are dedicated to the safety and well-being of their community. 

Custodian at Beverly Hills STEM Elementary in Concord - Tarelle Campbell - has been named a top 10 finalist in the nationwide “Custodian of the Year” contest! 

Concord-area residents can help crown Ms. Tarelle as this year’s top custodian in the nation - Public voting began yesterday! 

The contest recognizes those who truly rule the school – the hardworking custodians. The winner will receive a $10,000 cash prize, $5,000 in Cintas and Rubbermaid Commercial products for his or her school and a comprehensive training and development package from ISSA, The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association, valued at $20,000. Voting closes on April 17, 2020

About Ms. Tarelle: At Beverly Hills STEM Elementary, Ms. Tarelle is considered a kind-hearted Saint who is full of light, love and compassion. From thoroughly cleaning each area of the building to checking up on students to make sure they’re on track and following directions during classes, Ms. Tarelle exceeds expectations to provide a welcoming and safe environment for students each day. For many students and staff, Ms. Tarelle is a role model and offers her heart to anyone in need. Each morning before school, Ms. Tarelle braids the hair of a young girl to ensure she’s feeling her best for the day. The bright and cheerful Ms. Tarelle completes her job with enthusiasm and grace. She loves and is loved by each and every Beverly Hills STEM Elementary student and staff member.

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