LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- They say teamwork makes the dream work, and that could not be a better saying for Louisa County’s Educator and MVP of the Year.

“They have energy, they have passion, something that we see all across our school division, but they bring it every day,” said Doug Straley, the superintendent of Louisa County Public Schools.

Ms. Dalton and Ms. Sites have been a tag team at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School for many years.

The impact they have made goes far beyond the classroom, the Louisa community can see the light they are bringing to students everywhere.

“They bring the 5 C’s to life every single day through communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and citizenship. They bring it to life every day and it is certainly an honor to see them recognized as our educator and MVP of the year,” added Straley.

The students leave with smiles on their faces and get a hands-on lesson with teachers who embody what it means to be a great member of the Louisa County Public Schools community.

Both Dalton and Sites say that their job is easy because of the supportive community around them, from parents to students, everyone is a vital part of the LCPS team.

“I love it, I love the kids, we have fantastic administrators, and I have a fantastic team. There’s nothing better,” said Cheryl Sites, Louisa County Public Schools MVP of the Year.

“I’ve been overwhelmed with the love and support that I get every day from this family, it made me who I am. It’s been an honor and a privilege to represent Thomas Jefferson because they are the best,” said Jodi Dalton, Louisa County Public Schools Educator of the Year.