Adele Graham Award Winner 2013
Mrs. Spradley has faithfully served the Columbia County Schools for several decades. She began her career as a fourth grade teacher at Summers Elementary School and was appointed the Curriculum Resource Teacher in 1994. Then in 1996, she was appointed the District Volunteer Coordinator, a position she currently holds.
Under her leadership, the Community Involvement Office of Columbia County has grown in its scope and generates over a million dollars of in-kind services to the families of Columbia County. Mrs. Spradley is a charter member of Take Stock in Children Regional Board, serves on the Columbia County Public Schools Foundation Board as Chair, and is a member of Altrusa International, a community service organization in Lake City. At the State level, she serves as Secretary for the Florida Association of Partners in Education. Mrs. Spradley is often requested by the Florida Department of Education (DOE) to participate as a trainer for community involvement best practices.
"Receiving this award on behalf of my colleagues in FAPE and all volunteer coordinators across Florida is truly an honor. I could not do what I do without the support of the FAPE Board, who are my role models, and my county administration and site based volunteer coordinators. I love and enjoy my job making a difference in children’s' lives." ....Dorothy SpradleyI'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.
To provide leadership in the formation and growth of effective partnerships that ensure the success for all students