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June 5, 2014 4:13 pm

New Smyrna Beach School Resource Deputy Named Volusia County’s Best

 

Deputy Mike Worlledge holds his School Resource Deputy of the Year plaque,
which was presented to him by Greg Akin (left), director of security for Volusia County School District,
and New Smyrna Beach High School Principal Bob Ouellette. 
Photo provided by Volusia County Sheriff’s Office

 

NEW SMYRNA BEACH – As a school resource deputy, Mike Worlledge splits his time between the high school and middle school, acting as law enforcer, mentor, mediator, advisor and role model to hundreds of impressionable students.

To those who know him best, he’s also considered a master problem-solver and someone who sets a positive example for both students and parents. He also participates in numerous school functions while building strong bonds with the entire campus community. It’s a difficult and challenging job, and during the school year that’s coming to a close, no one did it better than Worlledge.

On May 15, Worlledge was named Volusia County’s School Resource Deputy of the Year for the 2013-14 school year. A closely-guarded secret, Worlledge learned of his selection that morning when school officials surprised him with the official announcement and a plaque of recognition. He had been nominated for the award by both the principal and assistant principal at New Smyrna Beach High School. Principal Robert Ouellette called Worlledge “an incredible asset to the school community and a talented individual.”

Added the principal in his nomination letter: “As a school resource deputy, he displays professionalism and dedication to this vocation each day. …In addition, Mike displays the ability to help problem solve issues with students through collaboration with school administration, and this quality has served to prevent a multitude of potential problems.”

In the words of the school’s assistant principal, W. Kelly Case: “Deputy Worlledge is professional, dedicated and compassionate for students and our community. He continues to set high standards for others to follow and leads by example.”

Worlledge has been with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office since October 1995.

 

Volusia County Sheriff's Office

Administrative offices: West Volusia 386-736-5961 Daytona Beach 386-254-4689 New Smyrna Beach 386-423-3352

Non-emergency dispatch numbers: DeLand 386-943-8276 Daytona Beach 386-239-8276 New Smyrna Beach 386-409-8276 Osteen 407-323-0151

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