Minot Public Schools Custodian Named North Dakota Educational Support Professional of the Year
(Minot, ND) – The largest teachers’ union in the state celebrates an education support professional who goes above and beyond.
Minot Public Schools (MPS) Custodian Bruce Schonberger is recognized as North Dakota’s 2022-23 Education Support Professional of the Year. Schoneberer has worked at MPS for over a decade, having positive interactions with students. He is also an active member of his local organization as the financial officer for Chapter 52 of the North Dakota Public Employees Local. Schoneberer also regularly attends meetings with the Minot Education Association, organizes an annual public education float for the North Dakota State Fair Parade, and serves as vice president of the Central Labor Council of the ND American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. (AFL-CIO).
“Careers are responsible for maintaining accessible, clean and safe learning environments for children, and they take those responsibilities seriously,” said ND United President Nick Archuleta, “Bruce is a great example of the men and women who not only take pride in maintaining the buildings our children learn in, but also take pride in being part of the team that supports these children on a daily basis.He has proven to be a confidant and trusted advisor to many young people throughout their school career.For his incredible efforts, we are pleased to award the ESP of the year 2022-23 to Mr. Bruce Schonberger.
Schonberger is also up for the National Education Association’s ESP award winner, due to his state-level recognition. The conference is scheduled for March 24-26, 2023 in Seattle, WA. You can find out more about ND United and the award given to Bruce Schonberger by clicking here.