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CCS honors SOC Coordinator Sharon Glover

Cumberland County Schools recently honored Alliance System of Care Coordinator Sharon Glover with the Committed Community Support Award in recognition of her consistent hard work and dedication to the success of CCS students and schools.

CCS Student Services Executive Director Dr. Natasha Scott nominated Glover for the award, which is presented monthly to an individual or group for selflessly supporting the school system and helping students succeed.

“In the 19-20 years that I’ve known her, Sharon Glover has demonstrated her commitment to children and families through her continuous partnership with CCS,” said Dr. Scott. “Whatever and whenever we have requested assistance, Ms. Glover has been there or linked us to the correct person. She is the personification of what a committed community looks like, and she does it because she cares, not for recognition.”

Glover has been a “wealth of information and support” whenever a difficult case or new program needs assistance. Since 2018, she has ensured that either she or an Alliance Health representative is in attendance at care review meetings to provide support to parents who are trying to navigate the mental health system.

Glover provides training to CCS Care Review Consultants and has continuously served on the Truancy Mediation Council since its inception by helping the district link families with chronic truancy issues to local mental health and housing resources.

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