Miranda Rick K-3rd grade Team Teacher (Kindergarten & STEM Specialist) email@example.com
Mrs. Rick grew up in Idaho. She currently lives in Nampa with her husband of 7 years, their 1-year-old son, and their 2 dogs Duke (a lab) and Midnight (border collie mix). Mrs. Rick loves spending time outdoors. She loves camping, fishing, boating, and hunting. In her free time, Mrs. Rick enjoys watching football, reading a good book, and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Rick has an associates degree from College of Western Idaho and a bachelor's degree from College of Idaho. Mrs. Rick came to us from Caldwell School District where she worked as a paraprofessional in a 5th-grade classroom and in a Resource Room. Mrs. Rick is certified in Elementary Education (K-8).
Misty Koeppen 1st-3rd grade Team Teacher (ELA reading Specialist) - Building Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Sparkman has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education Interdisciplinary Studies from Liberty University. Her education classes focused on teaching math and reading. She was a substitute teacher for 17 years in the West Ada School district. She spent most of her time for the last 3 years working at a STEM elementary school in the West Ada School District. She has always enjoyed teaching first, second, and third graders. Mrs. Sparkman is passionate about both math and reading. For fun, she enjoys reading and working through algebra problems. She has books in every room in her house, including a collection of over 1,000 children’s books. Her goal is to teach children to love math and reading as much as she does. She has two grandsons who are in the first and third grade. She tries to be the kind of teacher that they would want to have.
Mrs. Hall has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Special Education from Liberty University and a Masters of Education in Special Education from Boise State University. She has been working in Special Education for 18 years. Her experience in Special Education ranges from working as a transition coordinator, working in a resource room, working in an extended resource room, and working with medically fragile, server/profound, and in college transition programs. She has mentored new Special Education teachers and has presented at conferences on various Special Education topics. Her passions include spending time with family, including her husband, kids, and grandchildren, and baking, traveling, and camping.
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