Park City honorees recognized by Utah School Employee Association

Belsey Moscoso, Gina Cox, and Alan Lewis honored for their dedication to the school district

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — The Utah School Employee Association (USEA) recently honored three outstanding Park City School District (PCSD) employees for their exceptional work ethic and dedication to students and the community.

Belsey Moscoso, a Park City School District (PCSD) outreach coordinator at McPolin Elementary, was named one of nine Educator Support Professionals (ESPs) of the Year. Moscoso was praised for her role in enhancing the school community and supporting the district’s mission and vision.

Eric Esquivel, the outreach supervisor at McPolin Elementary, said, “Belsey embodies the spirit of service and community engagement that we value in PCSD. Her commitment to our students and their families at McPolin goes beyond mere duty; her passion lights up every interaction.”

Gina Cox, a bus driver for the district’s transportation department, was named the ESP of the Year for Transportation and later named the overall ESP of the Year for Utah. Cox was honored based on her professionalism, community service, and contributions to both PCCEA and USEA. She is now a National Education Association’s ESP of the Year nominee.

Alan Lewis, an 82-year-old district bus driver, was given the USEA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Superintendent Gildea and USEA President Mike Evans marveled at his dedication and service to the community.

The recognition and honor these three educators have received are a testament to their hard work, dedication, and commitment.

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