Liberal’s newest teachers were introduced Tuesday morning at the Chamber of Commerce’s New Educator Breakfast at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School. The list of new teachers includes: Hanna Myers, first grade at Southlawn Elementary; Sandy Cross, music at Washington and Southlawn Elementary; Vera Anne Van Pool, fourth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Jessica Ramos, fourth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Shannon Klatte, fifth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Christopher “Chase” Sowell, fifth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Jesus Antonio Morales, fifth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Ruth Caley, fifth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Macayla Rome, sixth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Molly, Lentini, SCCC/ATS; Rachel Coleman, SCCC/ATS; Bobbie Dunn, sixth grade at Sunflower Intermediate; Tessa West, kindergarten at Garfield Elementary; Desiree Stainbrook, second grade at Garfield Elementary; Jaime Downs, third grade at Garfield Elementary; M. Dawn Long, instructional coach at Lincoln Elementary; Randall Levings, SCCC/ATS; Jane Broomfield, special education at Liberal High School; Anthony Zarek, special education at Washington pre-school; Katherine Siller, USD No. 480 district school psychologist; Mandi Cain, counselor at Sunflower Intermediate; Thais Baziquetto-Allen, SCCC/ATS; Lauren Boyland, SCCC/ATS; Travis Boyd, SCCC/ATS; T-Yanna Devericks, kindergarten at Lincoln Elementary; Amalia (Molly) Ramirez-Cherry, first grade dual language at McDermott Elementary; Marisol Pena, second grade dual language at McDermott Elementary; Michael Woodcock, math at LHS; Erik Dobbins, PE at LHS; Hope Cox, PE at LHS; Aaron Sullenger, PE at LHS; Abiathar Naaman, industrial arts at LHS; and Chandler Kirkhart, SCCC/ATS. L&T photo/Robert Pierce
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