Dear Parents of George Washington Carver High School for the Sciences,
It is with a mixture of emotions that I write to inform you of a significant transition within our school community. After many years of dedicated service, our beloved School Counselor, Mrs. Pamela Stewart-Spencer, has decided to retire. Her last day on staff was today, Wednesday, January 31, 2024. Mrs. Stewart-Spencer's impact on our school cannot be overstated. Throughout her tenure, she has been a beacon of support, guidance, and compassion for our students, faculty, and parents alike. Her unwavering dedication to the well-being and success of our students has left an indelible mark on our school community. Mrs. Stewart-Spencer's contributions extend beyond the walls of George Washington Carver High School for the Sciences. She has been an integral part of the Springfield Gardens Educational Campus, actively participating in initiatives aimed at enhancing the educational experience of all students within our district. As we bid farewell to Mrs. Stewart-Spencer, let us take a moment to reflect on the countless lives she has touched and the lasting legacy she leaves behind. Her passion for education and commitment to empowering our youth will continue to inspire us long after her departure. While we will miss Mrs. Stewart-Spencer dearly, we are excited for her as she embarks on this new chapter of her life. Retirement is a well-deserved opportunity for her to relax, explore new interests, and spend quality time with her loved ones. Please join me in expressing our heartfelt gratitude to Mrs. Stewart-Spencer for her years of service, dedication, and leadership. Although she may be retiring from her official role, her impact will resonate within our school community for years to come. As we move forward, let us honor Mrs. Stewart-Spencer's legacy by continuing to uphold the values of compassion, integrity, and excellence that she has instilled in us. Thank you for your support and understanding during this transition.
Dr. Latoya Y. Key