Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Crow Agency Elementary School: Vicki Parker, Autumn Lucero, Lynette Crasco, Fannie Cliff, Mille Hay and Marshall Pluhar. Fort Smith Elementary: Jennifer Purk.Hardin High School: Diana Knowling, Jake Lynch and Traci Segrignoli.Hardin Intermediate School: Nadine Barnett and Ashley Johnson.Hardin Middle School: Renee Elsen, Jake Krum, Tommy Clymer, Kelsey Hanson, Jeff Oakley, Connie Oakley, Allicia Wick, Amy Stops and Riley Ramsey.Hardin Primary School: April Heuer, Tami Radakovich, Victoria Chavez, Sara LaFrance, Heiderose Barth, Paris French and Laini McNaney.

WELCOME to all the new Hardin School District teachers

Hardin School District is starting the 2016-17 school year with 28 new teachers. Six district schools have added new teachers to their staff.
 
Hardin Primary School
 
The Hardin Primary School has seven new teachers this year.
 
April Heuer is the Hardin Primary School counselor. She graduated from MSU-Billings with a degree in business management and early childhood development. Heuer has a master’s degree in school counseling. She is married and has six children.
 
Tami Radakovich is the school psychologist. Her position is district-wide. She is from McCall, Idaho and has a master’s degree in counseling, education and psychology. She is married and has three children.
 
Victoria Chavez will be teaching second grade. She is from Hardin and received her degree in elementary education from Black Hills State University.
 
Sara LaFrance will be teaching the first grade. She is from Richmond, Mass. and has a degree in psychology and elementary education from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
 
Heiderose Barth, who will be teaching second grade, is originally from Baker, Mont. She has a degree in early childhood development and music from the University of North Dakota-Grand Forks. This is her first year teaching.
 
Paris French will be providing reading intervention for students in kindergarten through second grade. She is from Glasgow and has a degree in elementary education – kindergarten concentration. This is her first year of teaching.
 
Laini McNaney is the school nurse. She is from Hysham, Mont. and has a nursing degree from Miles Community College in Miles City. She is married and has one child.
 
Hardin Intermediate School
 
Hardin Intermediate School has two new teachers.
 
Nadine Barnett hails from Pocatello, Idaho and will be teaching third grade. She has taught for four years and has a degree in elementary education from the University of Montana in Missoula. She is married and has two children.
 
Ashley Johnson will also teach third grade. She is from Billings and received her degree from MSU-Billings. She has taught for 20 years and has two children.
 
Hardin Middle School
 
Hardin Middle School has nine new teachers this year.
 
Renee Elsen is teaching family and consumer science. Her degree is in family and consumer science from the University of Wisconsin. She has taught for 30 years with 24 of those in Lodge Grass. She is married to Paul Tackes, who teaches science at Hardin High School.
 
Jake Krum will teach eighth grade English. He hails from Shields Valley and has a degree in English from MSU-Bozeman. He has been teaching for five years and has two children.
 
Tom Clymer is teaching eighth grade math. He has degrees in math and English from MSU-Billings and has taught for 10 years. He is married and has two children.
 
Kelsey Hanson is teaching intervention science. She is from Helena and has a degree in broadfield science from MSU-Billings. She is engaged to be married.
 
Jeffrey Oakley is teaching eighth grade math. He is from Cadiz, Ky. and has a degree in math and social studies from Murray State University. He has been teaching for three years. He is married and has four children and four grandchildren.
 
Connie Oakley is teaching sixth grade math. She also hails from Cadiz, Ky. She has her degree in elementary education and special education from Murray State University. She is married to Jeffrey, who is teaching eighth grade math. She has four children and four grandchildren.
 
Allicia Wick is teaching sixth grade English. She has a degree in English education from MSU-Bozeman. She is married and has two children.
 
Amy Stops is teaching social studies intervention. She is from Anaconda, Mont. and has a degree from U of M Western in social studies broadfield. She has been teaching for 17 years, is married and has three children.
 
Riley Ramsey is teaching sixth and seventh grade math. He has lived in Hardin for seven years and worked as a paraprofessional at Hardin Middle School. He has a degree in interdisciplinary studies from Western Governors University. He is married and has two children.
 
Hardin High School
 
Hardin High School has three new teachers.
 
Diana Knowling is the behavior interventionist. She has a degree in elementary education from U of M-Missoula. She is married and has one child.
 
Jake Lynch is the strength and conditioning instructor. He has a degree in physical education from William Jewell College. He has been teaching for six years and will be coaching football. 
 
Traci Sgrignoli is teaching junior English and freshman honors English. She is from Billings and has a degree in English and interdisciplinary studies from MSU-Billings. She has three children.
 
Crow Agency Elementary
 
Crow Agency has six new teachers.
 
Vicki Parker is the intervention teacher for the second and third grade. She is from Turner, Mont. and has her sociology/elementary education degree from Gonzaga University. She has taught for 22 years.
 
Autumn Lucero is the school counselor. She is from Billings and has a sociology degree from MSU-Billings. She is engaged and has one child. 
 
Millie Hay is teaching kindergarten. She is from Bakersfield, Calif. and has a degree in elementary education from MSU-Bozeman. She has been teaching for four years.
 
Marshall Pluhar is the K-5 music teacher. He hails from Miles City and has a degree in music education from MSU-Billings. This is his first year teaching.
 
Lynette Crasco and Fannie Cliff are also new. Neither turned in a profile.
 
Fort Smith School
 
Fort Smith has one new teacher.
 
Jennifer Purk is teaching second grade and is from Bowling Green, Mo. She has a degree in early childhood development/elementary education from Hannibal – LaGrange University and has master’s degree in reading literacy from Walden University. She has taught for six years.
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