SAULT STE. MARIE — The Sault Ste. Marie Area Public Schools Board of Education made the choice to rent a number of new staff to work on the district.
Jennifer Anderson was really useful by Jessica Rondeau-McCarthy, principal at Sault Area Middle School, to be employed as a part-time particular schooling paraprofessional for the center college. Anderson has volunteered for Sault Area Schools for a few years. She obtained her bachelor of science diploma in mechanical engineering from Bradley University. In addition to her engineering background, Anderson has expertise working as an elementary college secretary, a social media specialist and extra.
“She’ll be a wonderful addition to Sault Area Middle School,” mentioned Amy Scott-Kronemeyer, superintendent of Sault Area Schools, throughout Monday’s board assembly.
The board unanimously voted to approve the advice to rent Anderson.
Ashly Umbarger was really useful by Dr. Sheri McFarlane, principal of Washington Elementary School and director of particular schooling, to be employed as a fifth-grade particular schooling useful resource room instructor for Sault Area Middle School. Umbarger has been working as a long-term sub for Sault Area Schools for the final yr and a half. She is a latest Lake Superior State University graduate and has a “wonderful relationship” with the scholars at Sault Area Middle School.
“Ashly has a caring nature and is supportive to the students that are in her classroom as well as other students within the building,” mentioned Scott-Kronemeyer through the assembly. “Ashly would be a wonderful asset to the Sault Area school district’s teaching staff in special education.”
The board unanimously voted to approve the advice to rent Umbarger and congratulated her as she was current on the assembly.
The third and remaining rent throughout Monday’s board assembly was Claire Fossitt as a full-time tutor paraprofessional at Malcolm High School. She has earlier expertise working with college students, together with as a direct care employee for college kids with particular wants. Her references describe her as optimistic, accountable and affected person. She is compassionate to assist struggling learners of any age. During her interview, she mentioned her energy was language arts, which is a high-need space at Malcolm.
The board unanimously voted to approve the advice to rent Fossitt.
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