An entourage of well-wishers surprised Debbie DiJohn at Bunker Hill Middle School with news that she was selected as the Gloucester County Educational Support Professional of the Year. DiJohn serves as the principal’s secretary and has worked for Washington Township Public Schools since 1997.
Gloucester County Education Association President Chrissy Kosar, who organized the presentation, shared, “I’m so proud of Debbie and the work she does. She is a true professional who not only does her job well, but advocates for her colleagues and students. She deserves this honor.”
Kosar was joined by WTEA Executive Committee member Kim Crum, Superintendent of Schools Joe Bollendorf, principal Mike D’Ostilio, NJEA Associate Director of Organization Development Bob Antonelli, as well as members of DiJohn’s family, including her son who is a district employee.