BCCC names February Employee of the Month
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce has named Maggie Joubert, Food Service Director, Bridge City ISD, Employee of the Month Award for February. Maggie was presented her award, sponsored by Sabine River Ford, by Elyse Thibodeaux at the February Networking Coffee hosted by Jolie Moi at Michele Michelle Day Spa. Maggie also received gifts from the following businesses: Little Caesars Bridge City, Total Impressions Salon, Dupuis Tire, The Record Newspaper, Tiger Rock Martial Arts, Michele Michelle Day Spa, Dairy Queen, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Mary Kelone, LMT, NCBTMT, Five Point Credit Union, and Jolie Moi.
Maggie is from Port Arthur and came from a big family of seven kids. She is a graduate of Lamar University. Maggie has been married to Ray Joubert for almost 40 years and has two daughters and sons-in-law: Cassie and husband Ricky McClelland from Bridge City and Macey and husband Dustin Jackson from Vidor. The Jouberts have four grandkids, Cayli M., Lily J., Paislee M. and Eli J.. Maggie lived in Bridge City for 34 years until losing her home to Hurricane Ike and now lives in north Orange. She loves to spend time with family and time at their place at Hanks Creek on Sam Rayburn lake.
Maggie has worked for the Bridge City School District for 25 years. She started off as a cafeteria worker and worked her way up to cafeteria manager. Maggie completed her bachelor’s degree in 2000 while working full time and being a full time wife and Mom. She became the Food Service Director for Bridge City ISD in 2002. Maggie said, “As a food service director, I direct and manage the entire food service program for Bridge City ISD. I ensure the implementation and compliance of the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program following the rules of Texas Department of Agriculture and USDA. I develop policies and procedures as necessary to ensure compliance. I also implement ongoing safety and nutrition training to a staff of 36 as well as process the free/reduced price student meal applications based on the USDA income eligibility guidelines. This allows students from qualifying households to eat free meals or reduced-price meals in our cafeteria. I am honored to be working for such a great district.”