|Riverview volunteer Sue Davenport 2011 WASA award winner|
|Written by Leanne Christensen, RSD|
|Wednesday, 13 July 2011 10:05|
ShareEach year, Washington Association of School Administrators Metro Division (WASA Metro) holds a luncheon and an awards ceremony to honor community leaders.
This year, Sue Davenport was nominated by the Riverview School District and received this award at the May 11, 2011 luncheon held at Puget Sound Educational Service District. The following is Sue’s nomination:
"Sue Davenport is passionately dedicated to volunteering. Whether it is with the school district, the education foundation, youth sports, the food bank, or her synagogue, Sue is on hand and ready to make a positive difference. She shares her enthusiasm and her friendly caring spirit with everyone who crosses her path, and is a wonderful role model for students and adults.
"Sue served with the Stillwater Elementary PTSA for nine years and three years as president and vice president of the Tolt Middle School PTSA. She has volunteered as a classroom guided reading tutor at Stillwater, served on their auction committee and site based council, as well as trained as a CERT for the Stillwater Emergency Preparedness. In her spare time, Sue has presided as president and auction chair for the Riverview Education Foundation over the last four years. Over the last 10 years, Sue has managed or coached youth sports and served on the board of directors for several leagues.
"Strong leadership skills, matched with a heart full of compassion for children and her community, make Sue Davenport a vital and cherished volunteer."