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Staff E-Mail Directory

Anderson, Jill
Teacher
Bals, Jennifer
Teacher
Bals, Paula
Librarian
Bloese, Kathy
Teacher
Boschert, Cary
Teacher
Brammer, Nancy
P.A.T.
Brandt, Andrew
Staff
Brodbeck, Amanda
Speech/Language Pathologist
Brown, Molly
Speech Language Pathologist
Bryan-Ferguson, Melissa
Teacher
Byington, Sarah
Staff
Cooper, Jacki
Teacher
Day, Jennifer
Teacher
Dixon, Ericka
Principal
Dodd, Marissa
Teacher
Doll, Andrew
Teacher
Dye, Hope
Teacher
Estes, Anne
Teacher
Fietsam, Katie
Teacher
Grass, Amanda
Teacher
Hobbs, Ginger
Teacher
Hoff-Liszewski, Cheryl
Teacher
Irwin, Barb
Staff
Koester, Kimberly
Teacher
Kremer, Rosanne
Teacher
Lange, Andrea
Teacher
Marlock, Nikole
Teacher
Maskey, Dana
Teacher
Millfelt, Robyn
Teacher
O'Connor, Tracy
Teacher
Powers, Sheila
Teacher
sheets, Samantha
Teacher
Thomason, Sue
Staff
Tippit-Weber, Tricia
Teacher
Toler, Anya
Teacher
Weber, Ashley
Staff
Weiss, Stacey
Teacher
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Safety Tips for Kids Home Alone

Summer is a time when many older children who are of age find themselves home alone, sometimes responsible for younger siblings. Now is a great time for parents to have a serious conversation with their children about basic safety and emergency preparedness while they are home alone. Yes, each family and each child is different, but here are some topics to include that we believe will be useful across a broad spectrum.

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Summer Athletic Camps

Volleyball Camp 2014, July 21st, 22nd, 23rd & 24th.  Grades 2-5 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.)  Form