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Kathleen GutierrezAssignment: Kindergarten dual immersion at Davey Jackson ElementaryEducation: Chef degree from Johnson and Wales University in Miami, bachelor’s in early childhood education from Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa Experience: Substitute and pre-K assistant at Collier County School District in Naples, Florida, dual immersion paraprofessional for Teton County School DistrictPhilosophy: Teaching is per-formance art requiring good timing, effective delivery and humor.
Emily HofferAssignment: College/career coordinator at Jackson Hole High SchoolEducation: Master’s in school counseling; bachelor’s in politi-cal scienceExperience: Counselor at Teton Middle School, career counselor at U. of Massachu-setts, internship coordinator at Portland State U.Philosophy: Students who explore personality, interests, strengths and a sense of what they want beyond JHHS are more likely to choose a college that’s a good fit, a major that’s satisfying and a degree they use in a career they enjoy.
Charlotte DiPriscoAssignment: School counselor at Colter ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in psychology from Colorado State University, master’s in counseling from the University of WyomingExperience: Paraprofessional 2009-11 Teton County School District, school counselor 2013-14 at Westside Elementary in Idaho Falls, IdahoPhilosophy: My role as a school counselor is to act as an advocate for my students, to support them through challenges and to celebrate their success.
Jennifer EconopoulyAssignment: School psychologist at Jackson Hole and Summit high schoolsEducation: Bachelor’s in psychology from University at Albany, education specialist degree in school psychology from University of ArizonaExperience: Worked six years in Denver areaPhilosophy: As a mental health provider I find it - Pathways round-up: Lots of things under consideration Monday re: Hwy 22 pathway, including a pathway this fall to connect Stilson to the R-Park — 20”- Commissioners sign contract
Stacie HahnAssignment: Special education teacher at Davey Jackson ElementaryEducation: Master’s in education, post-graduate certificate in special education, reading teacher endorsementExperience: Adult basic skills and English for speakers of other languages teacher, early childhood special education co-teacher, special education teacher for emotionally disturbed students, resource teacher for functional life skills and communicationPhilosophy: To foster the expectation of readiness for college and careers.
Jose BernabeuAssignment: Sixth-grade social studies and Spanish immersion teacherEducation: Bachelor’s in TV journalism, French, political science and international relations, master’s in education and historyExperience: Lincoln International High School and Forest Lake-area schools in Minnesota, Chafford Hundred Campus in London, Brighton College and the International School of UgandaPhilosophy: Developing well-prepared, confident and compassionate children into the citizens of tomorrow.
Sheena DhamsaniaAssignment: Music at Wilson ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s degree in music education and bas-soon performance from Michi-gan State UniversityExperience: Trip leader in summer 2014 for “Call of the Wild” adventure and service trips for the Road Less Trav-eled, music teacher 2011-14 for Uinta Meadows Elementary SchoolPhilosophy: My philosophy as a music educator is to embrace and nurture every child to be a better musician and creative mind.
Ryan Allen Assignment: Special education at Colter ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in biology from Wofford College, master’s in teaching science, master’s in special educationExperience: Special education paraprofessional 2013-14 at Jackson Hole Middle SchoolPhilosophy: My purpose is to work hard to make sure all of my students are successful. I hope to create a learning environment that gives my students the chance to be great.
Amy Aronowitz BakerAssignment: Jackson Hole High School digital photography and yearbookEducation: Bachelor’s from Binghamton University, MAT School of Visual ArtsExperience: Taught digital photography, computer graphics and sculpture and ceramics for seven years at South Side High School in Rockville Centre, New York.Philosophy: To create an inspiring platform for students to create projects that allow them to visualize and interpret the world around them and to share their vision within the school and the community.
Lauren BrzozowskiAssignment: Art teacher at Jackson Hole High SchoolEducation: Master’s in education and teacher certification from Montana State U., bachelor’s in forestry from Michigan State U., associate degree in studio art from Central Wyoming CollegePhilosophy: As one of my students stated, “Art is where the heart is.” I believe human development and culture are inseparable from the arts. Learning these concepts will help students become not only successful artists but also great scholars and contributing members of society.
Brit K. HoytAssignment: Co-teacher at Summit High SchoolEducation: Bachelor’s in environmental studies from U. of Utah, science teacher certification from Prescott College, master’s in special education from Lesley U.Experience: Science and health teacher at Summit, library media center technology paraprofessional at Jackson Hole High School, virtual school teacher at SummitPhilosophy: Students themselves are the key to inspiring optimum achievement, good citizenship and lifelong learning.
Alex KoncakAssignment: Kindergarten teacher at Davey JacksonEducation: Bachelor’s in comparative literature and Spanish and master’s in teaching from Colorado CollegeExperience: Substitute for kindergarten and literacy paraprofessional for Teton County School District, student teacher for second grade at Soaring Eagles Elementary in Colorado Springs, ColoradoPhilosophy: Knowledge is a process, not a product. I facilitate the learning process to create deeper understanding in a hands-on, exciting manner.
Erin MartinAssignment: Third grade at Colter ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in elementary education and certificate in English as a second languageExperience: Substitute teacher and private kindergarten teacher in Pennsylvania; special education paraprofessional and educational assistant at Colter and Kelly elementary schoolsPhilosophy: To create a safe, positive, and nurturing classroom environment where all students will feel comfortable taking risks and will enjoy academic success.
John HoogestraatAssignment: Eighth-grade math at Jackson Hole Middle School Education: Bachelor’s in biology from Western Wash-ington University, master’s in teaching from Western Or-egon UniversityExperience: Math teacher for four years in Driggs, Idaho. Philosophy: I believe in cre-ating classrooms where all students can be successful regardless of their past math experiences. I strive to create an environment in which stu-dents grow as problem solv-ers and as people.
Kyla KingAssignment: Third to fifth grade at Moran Elementary Education: Bachelor’s in elementary education with an ESL endorsementExperience: Substitute teacher in Teton County School DistrictPhilosophy: My desire is to provide students with the appropriate tools to become successful by guiding them through their own discoveries of new ideas and concepts in order to encourage independent thought, critical thinking, and an eagerness to learn.
Stephanie ThompsonAssignment: First grade at Jackson ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in sociology from Baylor University; master’s from U. of Colorado at DenverExperience: Long-term substitute in Jackson, kindergarten in Commerce City, Colorado, reading interventionist in Denver, pre-K teacher in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica Philosophy: To provide a learning experience that ensures students’ well-being, engagement and academic and personal success. There is also fun along the way.
Marika Vaden Assignment: School psychologist at Colter and Wilson ElementaryEducation: Master’s and education specialist degrees from the College of William and MaryExperience: School psychologist 2004-14 at Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia.
Katie SteinbergAssignment: Eighth-grade physical science, Jackson Hole Middle School cross-country coachEducation: Bachelor’s from Colorado College, Master of Arts in teaching for biology from Simmons CollegeExperience: Substitute at Brookline High School in Bos-ton, substitute and paraprofes-sional at JH Middle School.Philosophy: I play the role of teacher, coach, mentor and friend. I create a classroom where students learn to ask critical questions and get hands-on experience designing and testing their ideas.
Adriana MorganAssignment: Second-grade Spanish dual immersion teacher at Jackson Elementary SchoolEducation: Bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from Universidad de Costa Rica, teacher certification in elementary education from Prescott CollegeExperience: Building secretary at Jackson ElementaryPhilosophy: Students learn best in a safe environment that challenges and supports them.
Kelly MatthewsAssignment: Fourth-grade special ed at ColterEducation: Bachelor’s degree in education and special educa-tion for grades K-8, master’s in administration and leadership for grades K-12Experience: Special educa-tion in North Carolina, self-contained behavioral unit in Hawaii, special ed at Star Val-ley Middle School, psychologi-cal testing for preschoolersPhilosophy: Educators can ignite a passion for learning in every student they encounter. Kindness and time gifted to students every day can change the life of a child forever.
Joy SteinerAssignment: Teacher/librarian at Colter ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in K-12 music education from U. of Central Oklahoma, master’s in curriculum and instruction with an early childhood emphasis from U. of Wyoming, library media specialist certification from Boise State UExperience: Music teacher at outlying schools in Teton County School District; youth services at Garden City (Idaho) Public LibraryPhilosophy: Students get better at reading by reading. I aim to provide materials to inspire rabid reading.
Ellen TraylorAssignment: Second and third grade at Kelly ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in elementary education, master’s in early childhood educationExperience: Youth services at Garden City (Idaho) Public LibraryPhilosophy: I hope to create a classroom community of curious learners who become empowered by their own learning and development as they work to collaborate with and support their peers.
Abbey PawlitzkeAssignment: Response to intervention teacher at Wilson ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s from U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, master’s from U. of Wisconsin-OshkoshExperience: Reading specialist; seventh-grade reading and social studies; English teacherPhilosophy: Effective learning is accomplished by providing a rigorous, diverse, and interactive curriculum that integrates engagement, technology and authentic application of knowledge in all learning experiences.
Ryan Mertaugh Assignment: Eighth-grade French at Jackson Hole Middle School and Spanish at Summit High SchoolEducation: Bachelor’s in French and Spanish education from Central Michigan UniversityExperience: Substitute teacher two years in Teton County School DistrictPhilosophy: Foreign languages open doors to a greater world community.
Mike SchaeferAssignment: Second grade at Jackson ElementaryEducation: Bachelor’s in marketing management from Virginia Tech; teaching certification and master’s in elementary education from Western Governors UniversityExperience: Literacy paraprofessional at Jackson Elementary, substitute teacher for Teton County School District and tutor with Teton Literacy CenterPhilosophy: To stimulate curiosity and help students develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.