The Woodward News

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August 4, 2012

Schools bring in new teachers

Woodward, Okla. — Area schools were busy this summer filling open positions in their districts.

While some schools just had a couple to replace retirements, others had several due to increased class sizes, adding positions or replacing staff who left to pursue different careers.

The following is a list of new teachers, categorized by the area schools at which they will be teaching.

Vici Public Schools

Nikki Albert, 3rd Grade

Randa Hazelbaker, Elementary Special Education

Michele Perky, High School Special Education

Craig Taliaferro, High School Social Studies, Softball Coach

Kody Wilson, High School Baseball Coach

Seiling Public Schools

Michelle Meyer, 1st Grade

Amanda Templin, 3rd Grade

Anna Nelson, 5th Grade

Sara Billings, 6th Grade

Travis Templin, Athletics/History

Amanda Fisher, English

Brad Spurlock, Athletics/Science

Daniel Powers, Band

Bryan Gore, Athletics

Mooreland Public Schools

Julie Focht, High School English/Computers

Todd Beer, Elementary Physical Education/Coach

Julee Meliza, Elementary Teacher

Jimmie Miller, Elementary/High School Special Education

Rebecca Dewald, High School English/Reading/History

Amanda Nielsen, Elementary Teacher

Donna Seabourn, High School Science

Glenda Houchin, Elementary Teacher

Merri Halderman, High School FACS Teacher

Micah Spena, Elementary Music

Gage Public Schools

Stuart Kinsey, Coach

Elizabeth Schantz, Special Education

Roxie Kinsey, Elementary Teacher

Kara Pence, Elementary Teacher

Freedom Public Schools

B.J Baker, Math

Katy Ferguson, 1st and 2nd Grade

Brett Hill, Principal

Fort Supply Public Schools

Susan Brunson, Pre-K

Katie Wilburn, History/Economics

Garrett Eaton, English/Grade school Coaching

Fairview Public Schools

Ashlee Bernard, High School Math

Angela Krieger, Assistant Band/Elementary Music

Craig Krieger, Head Band

Rebekah Rich, 2nd Grade

Christy Parkins, 4th Grade

Jerrod Lundry, Agricultural Education

Megan Mayfield, Pre-K

Rachel Lowder, 2nd Grade

Brent McKee, ALCA Trainer/Content Development

Robert Bernard, High School Online Director/Computer/Coach

Arnett Public Schools

Jared Lindefelser, Agricultural Education

Dustin Bennett, Science

Natalie Bennett, Elementary Teacher

Clint Ford, History Teacher

Travis Long, Physical Education/Alternative Education/Baseball Coach

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