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Perfect attendance could mean cash for Nutrition Services employees

2015 September 17
by HISD Communications

HISD’s Nutrition Services department has launched an employee attendance incentive program that will reward employees for perfect attendance. Employees will have the opportunity to receive $200 for being at work every day during four award periods. The program started on Aug. 24, and each award period has an average of 48 days. Employees who miss a day will still have a chance to earn money during other award periods.

For complete details, please see this article.

Congratulations also go out this week to:

  • The Scarborough High School football team, which made a comeback on Sept. 4 by winning its first game in more than five years. The Spartans defeated the KIPP Sunnyside Senators with a score of 18-14. Get that full story here.
  • Vaughn Construction and José Palacios, who were recognized for their contributions to HISD students during the district’s first Chamber of Commerce meeting of the year on Sept. 9. Find out why they were honored here.
  • The 63 HISD students who qualified as semifinalists recently in the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship Program. See that story and a full list of students from six high schools here.
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