• Petitioned Mr. Florez the Janitor

This petition was delivered to:

Mr. Florez the Janitor

Keep Mr. Florez as one of the janitors in Madison!

    1.  Jessenia  Florez
    2. Petition by

      Jessenia Florez

      Chatham, NJ

Mr.Florez has always been an exceptional janitor at both Madison High School and Central Avenue School. He always comes to work with a positive attitude and a huge smile on his face. Right now, the Madison Board of Education is going to outsource their janitorial services, but keep 6 janitors to stay in one of each of the Madison Schools. Please sign the petition to keep Mr. Florez, his smile and mustache at our schools!

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Michael Immerman CHATHAM, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      It's the right thing to do. If it weren't for people like him the world would be a much different place and not in a good way. Sometimes is the people behined the scenes who make the biggest impact.

    • Debbie Egan CHATHAM, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      Honest, trustworthy and hard working - these qualities do not come along every day and therefore when they do you should definately hold on to the people that have them.

    • Gil Camacho PHILADELPHIA, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      I grew up in Chatham/Madison area. The people who care for the community do amazing work, and deserve their hard-earned retirements. It's a family-oriented community that I believe is not hypocritical. Please don't prove me wrong.

    • Kay Smith MORRISTOWN, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      I had the pleasure of working on PTO events with Eddie Florez on a number of occasions while my children were attending CAS. He was always helpful, kind and always there with a smile to do whatever was necessary. A great person to have around.

    • Daniel Ennis MADISON, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      Mr. Florez is a great guy. I dont know what CAS would be like without him roaming the halls. He always had the nicest disposition and was always willing to help students and faculty.


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