The Governing Board of the Hemet Unified School District, on nomination by Trustee Megan Haley, has selected Regina Shoppe, Counselor at Hamilton School, as the November recipient of the Governing Board Recognition and Award.
Miss Shoppe received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Social Behavior from the University of California, Irvine. In July 2004 she received her Master’s Degree from Azusa Pacific University. Regina began her career with the District at Hamilton School in 2004.
Principal Carol Robilotta said, Regina’s job involves not only counseling students on how to be successful in school and life, but she has taken on the major role of our PBIS Coach. She meets with PBIS Tier 1 and Tier II teams regularly, she developed our PBIS newsletter, informing parents of our PBIS activities. She has also created monthly PBIS All Star incentive events. She takes into account student input to determine what should be included in the monthly incentives. Those who have not received any disciplinary referrals, suspensions or bus tickets for the month get to attend. Miss Shoppe also creates lessons to support students in how to meet PBIS expectations, so they’ll get to attend the party the next month.
PBIS has had a positive impact on our campus and we attribute much of this success to Regina Shoppe.
For outstanding performance, professionalism and loyalty to the Hemet Unified School District, Trustee Megan Haley presented Regina Shoppe with the Governing Board Recognition of Excellence Award and a $500 certificate to be used toward the District program of her choice.