DEA March Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA March Teachers of the Month!

  • John Tate – DHS – attends many after school activities, takes exceptional photographs, and shares with the yearbook and newspaper staff
  • Lynn Longan – RMS – stepped in to help prepare extended sub plans for an unexpected illness of a co-worker
  • Reni Whitcombe – RMS – stepped in to plan for a teacher who had an extended illness, taking much stress off of a coworker
  • Candy Lind – RMS – for being a sounding board for coworkers and providing encouragement
  • Maria Peterson – Jefferson – is an advocate for all students, going above and beyond to help all
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February DEA Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA February Teachers of the Month!

  • Jason Burgess – DHS – does a great job of demonstrating patience, empathy, and a sense of humor when working with freshman health students
  • Jessica Meusel – Jefferson – makes connections with her students a high priority as she encourages them to reach their highest potential
  • Carrie King – RMS – organized the RCBM test schedule for this past winter to make it more efficient for the students and the adults who administer it

DEA January Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA January Teachers of the Month!

  • Eric Ferguson – RMS
  • Dorry Kingry – Jefferson
  • Andrew McKay – DHS
  • Liz Bushman – Madison

DEA December Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA December Teachers of the Month!

  • Alexa Reeder– because¬† of her hard work on the PBIS committee organizing the quarterly celebration
  • Kayla Schamberger– because of her hard work on the PBIS committee organizing the quarterly celebration
  • Dave Stanley– for being a dedicated teacher who goes above and beyond for his students on a daily basis
  • Julia Thornton– for working hard at building a great positive culture at RMS
  • Judy Fane– for being very caring and keeping traditions alive through her themes. she shares her artistic ability with her children as well as co-workers
  • Gibson Danekas– for being dedicated and caring about his students
  • Lee Eastman– puts his students first. He open his room early and leaves it open late for students to work or just hang out

 

DEA November Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA November Teachers of the Month!

  • Jennifer Page of RMS is nominated for working hard to improve the climate of the school.

  • Karen¬†Chamberlain¬†of DHS for working extremely hard to provide a routine and structured environment for all the students she sees on a daily basis.

  • Mandy Dallas of Washington for always volunteering for extra jobs to get things done.

  • Keely Dewey of Jefferson was nominated for providing Jefferson students with a positive educational experience.

  • Beth Dir of Jefferson for motivating her students through words of inspiration, PBIS expectations, and invaluable guidance.

  • Jenny Kirchner of DHS works diligently to recognize the needs of students including basic needs and nutrition.

  • Kelly Gingras of DHS for showing compassion for her students both inside and outside the classroom.

  • Kim Bork of Madison for being incredibly hard working and keeping families involved.

  • Lindsay Mitchell of Madison prepares weekly PLC agendas and mentors a new teacher during her plan.

  • Emily Hogan of DHS for being great to collaborate with and for always willing to assist her co-teacher and students.

DEA October Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA October Teachers of the month!

  • Kim Bork
  • Lisa Guenther
  • Carrie King
  • Luke Ravlin
  • Evan Thorpe

DEA September Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to all!!

Dan Crawford from DHS is being honored for his caring and collaborative attitude toward his students and colleagues.

Kellie Glenn from Jefferson is being honored for being willing to go above and beyond to provide exciting opportunities and experiences for students, like the PBIS video she created.

Jill Marciniec from DHS is being honored for working very hard to develop curriculum for her classes.

Kim Munson from DHS is being honored for being such a valuable, kind, caring asset to her co-teachers and students.

Mike Olson from DHS is being honored for giving of his time and talent in various venues and reaching a variety of students by motivated them in their individual creativity.