Staff info

 

Janis Mathis-Anderson, works as a Reading Recovery/Title I teacher at Bear Butte Elementary in Sturgis.  A native of Mt.Vernon, SD, she sees her greatest accomplishment as becoming a mother.  She has been with our District since 2001, and her philosophy is, "All children have the ability to learn through their own individual strengths".                    janis.mathis-anderson@meade.k12.sd.us

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Susan Baldwin is a Special Education aide at Sturgis Brown High School.   susan.baldwin@meade.k12.sd.us

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Ann Bechen , a native of Mitchell, SD, has been a member of the Meade School District staff since 1988.  Employed as our Collaborative teacher, she views her greatest accomplishment is raising her children.  Her philosophy:  To assist staff and parents to create a more positive learning environment so students are successful in school.  ann.bechen@meade.k12.sd.us

 

Janine Catlett is a Special Education teacher at Williams Middle School. janine.catlett@meade.k12.sd.us

Roxie Cooper, at the age of three,  moved to this area from Mitchell, SD.  She became a member of our staff, as a Special Services aide, in 1992 and is currently working at Whitewood Elementary.  Roxie feels her greatest accomplishment is becoming a mother and "being allowed to work with this great school and helping the children".  Her philosophy:  That every child is treated the same no matter what the family background.  roxie.cooper@meade.k12.sd.us 

Londa DeRouchey, is our new speech/language pathologist at Francis Case Elementary.  Londa received her communication disorder degree from Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD.  She is married with two children.  Her greatest accomplishment is being a parent and owning her own scrap booking business.   Making photo albums for her children is her favorite hobby.  Her family also enjoys snow skiing and bike riding.  Londa believes that if you tell children that they can be successful, they will be.   Londa.DeRouchey@meade.k12.sd.us

Renee Foos is one of our district wide school nurses.  Renee says, "the time spent with children is always very rewarding!  As a school nurse I see children mostly when they are not feeling so well.  My goal is to care for children during the school day by providing them with care that would minimize time out of the classroom where so much learning in taking place!  I chose a career in nursing so I could help people attain their optimal health.  I've worked as a Director of Nursing of a 48 bed nursing home.  Also, I have been a Community Health Nurse, which included a school grades K-12.  For the past 9 years I have been a Head Start nurse.  I've volunteered many hours for school and community functions, 4-H leadership, and Science Fair events.  I have been married 25 years to Norman, and live on a farm and ranch operation where we raise registered Blank Angus cattle.  We have three children.  A son, John, and his wife Eve; a son, Bryce and a daughter, Jenelle.  I enjoy my flowerbeds, gardening, bird feeding, sewing, and lattes.  Learning is continually happening in every experience, relationship, and activity we are involved in." renee.foos@meade.k12.sd.us  

Dawn Geppert, a Reading Recovery teacher at Bear Butte Elementary in Sturgis, began with our District in 1979.  Dawn was raised in White Lake, SD; her greatest accomplishments included being named 'Teacher of the Year' and 'Big Sister of the Year'.  Her philosophy: Every child can learn, but in different ways; my goal is to take each student from where they are to a higher level.  dawn.geppert@meade.k12.sd.us

Ronda Hall is a Title I teacher at Williams Middle School.  She is a part-time alternative education teacher in the Teen Learning Center located at SWMS.  She teaches reading, English, and science in this self-contained 6-8 behavior room.  She also teachers Title I reading part-time.  Ronda has taught in the Meade School District since 1988, is a native of Mission, SD and graduated from Todd County High School.  Ronda' philosophy:  To provide an education to ALL students at SWMS.  To provide these students with the skills they need to become productive members of society.  ronda.hall@meade.k12.sd.us

Jerri Heggem, a Title I teacher at Erskine Elementary in Sturgis, began employment with Meade in 1985.  A graduate of Sturgis Brown High School, Jerri has lived in this area all her life.  Her belief: Every child can succeed in their own way and in their own time.  jerri.heggem@meade.k12.sd.us      

Jill Helvig, a Title I teacher at Primary Elementary in Sturgis, came to our District in the fall of 2001 from Aberdeen, SD.  Her greatest accomplishment: NCAA Division II All-Academic Team 1994 and 1995.  Jill's philosophy:  To teach a child is to touch a life forever.  jill.fossum@meade.k12.sd.us

Ellen Heston, is our new speech/language pathologist at the Stagebarn, Piedmont and rural schools.  Her husband, Bill, is an anesthetist and works in Spearfish, they have three children and one grandson.  Ellen states that being a grandma is the coolest thing ever!!  She enjoys motorcycling behind her husband on lengthy trips every summer.  They have ridden motorcycle to Colorado, the Big Horns, Glacier National Park, Tennessee, Alabama, Missouri, the Mississippi River run and the upper Michigan peninsula.  Recently they have gotten into hot rodding and are currently working on a 1936 Ford.  Her philosophy: kids are just little people.  They have the same needs that us big people have.  They need to be loved and to love; they need to be treated with respect and dignity; they need to know how to work hard, and play hard; they need to have a sense of worth and a direction to head toward; and they need to have positive role models in their lives to help show them the way--and that is where we as educators come in.    ellen.heston@meade.k12.sd.us

Shelly Inhofer is a Special Education teacher at Bear Butte Elementary.  A native of Philip, SD she became employed with the Meade School District the fall of 2000.  Her philosophy:  All children have the ability to grow as learners.  shelly.inhofer@meade.k12.sd.us

Cindy Ireland is a Physical Therapist for the Meade School District.  A native of Rapid City, Cindy graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1994 with a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy.  She has had a focus in Pediatrics, especially Aquatic Therapy, since graduation.  Cindy and her husband, Ken, live in Sturgis.  They have a daughter, Brooke, and a son, Beau.  Cindy enjoys swimming, boating, skiing and camping with her family.  She enjoys working with children and watching them progress and accomplish their goals. kandcireland@rushmore.com

Carolyn Jensen, is a Special Education teacher at Primary Elementary.  She grew up on a ranch south of Vivian, SD and graduated from Lyman County High School.  She received her teaching degree from Black Hills State University.  Carolyn has been married to Terry Jensen for 20 years and is the proud mother of Tyler and Bethany.  She enjoys the outdoors, walking her Springer spaniel and playing the piano.  Carolyn believes every child is a gift from God and has a gift to offer.  She believes if you can give a child self-confidence you have given them keys to success.  carolyn.jensen@meade.k12.sd.us

Karen Johnson works at Williams Middle School in Sturgis as a Title I teacher.  Born in Montana, she has lived in South Dakota for twenty-one years.  Her philosophy: To help and assist all the young people that come my way to become the best that they can be, to see their dreams come true. karen.johnson@meade.k12.sd.us

Linda Johnson, is a Special Education teacher at Erskine Elementary, grew up in Huron, SD and moved to Spearfish in 1989.  She graduated from BHSU in 1994 and joined the Meade staff that fall.  She has one son, Jarrett, who is a computer major at MSUM in Moorhead, MN.  Linda's greatest joy in life comes from spending time with family and friends.  Her hobbies include gardening, reading and swimming.  Linda's philosophy:  "I want my students to believe in themselves so they can learn what they need to be responsible and live happy lives."   linda.johnson@meade.k12.sd.us

Sammi Johnson is an Occupational Therapist for Meade School District.  Sammi was raised in Piedmont, SD, she attended K-12 in Meade School District graduating in 1993. She graduated with a degree in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in 1999.  Hobbies include training, roping and barrel racing horses, taking care of her 2 dogs and 7 horses, cooking, and working on revamping her 5 acre ranchette.  Her greatest accomplishment is finding a fun but challenging career working with children.  Sammi feels kids are this country's greatest resource and we need to nurture and protect them with everything we have. sammijohnson@hotmail.com

Cary Johnston is the District's Rural Special Education teacher. She came to the District in 2002 and travels between schools coordinating Individualized Education Plans.  A lifetime rancher, first in Belle Fourche and currently in Elm Springs, Cary believes her greatest accomplishment is being a mother to four children.  Her goal in education is to treat each child as a unique individual and build academic success based on their needs.  cary.johnston@meade.k12.sd.us

Ann Kling is the Kindergarten and Title I Math Recovery teacher at Whitewood Elementary.  She has been teaching in the Meade School District since 1980.  Ann was named 'Teacher of the Year' in 2000 and completed her Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction in 2002.  Ann and her husband, Kurt, enjoy being parents to their 2 sons and 1 daughter.  Ann's goal in education is to help each child reach his/her full potential.  ann.kling@meade.k12.sd.us  

Heidi Kraft is a Special Education teacher at Stagebarn Elementary.  After graduation from Milbank High School she attended Northern State University in Aberdeen where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Education with a major in Special Education and Elementary Education and a minor in early childhood.  Recently married Heidi enjoys swimming, camping, bike riding, and spending time with family and friends.  Her philosophy in education is that every child can learn.  heidi.kraft@meade.k12.sd.us

Carol Krugjohn started with the Meade School district in 1989 and is currently a Special Education aide at Stagebarn Elementary.  She was raised in Sioux Falls, and sees her greatest accomplishment as raising three daughters and being happily married for thirty years.  Her goal: To try and make a difference in children's lives by encouraging and helping them.  carol.krugjohn@meade.k12.sd.us

Jean Kusser, a long term member of our staff, was born in Faith, SD.  A Special Education teacher at Williams Middle School in Sturgis, Jean would like to guide students towards enjoyment in learning.  jean.kusser@meade.k12.sd.us

Tonia Kissinger is a sixth grade Special Education teacher at Sturgis Williams Middle School. Tonia is a South Dakota native who was raised in rural Morristown.  She graduated from Spearfish High School and completed her collegiate career at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND receiving a double major in Special Education and Elementary Education.  After college she was a middle school Special Education Assistant and a reading teacher for 2nd and 4th grade.  Tonia says she feel blessed to have the opportunity to move back to the beautiful Black Hills to educate our youth.  It has been an honor being a part of the community's success in nurturing the youth.  Tonia believes family time is important.  She and her son, Tayton, attend ropings, sport games, family get togethers, and other outdoors recreation activities. tonia.maher@meade.k12.sd.us

Cindy Lax works as a Special Education aide at Stagebarn Elementary.

Shelley Loftus is our new aid in the Primary building.  shelley.loftus@meade.k12.sd.us  

Wanona Manderfeld began working as a Special Education aide in 2002, presently working at Sturgis Brown High School in Sturgis. She is a native of this area.  wanona.manderfeld@meade.k12.sd.us

Carolyn Mauer is the District wide Early Intervention teacher working out of Whitewood and Piedmont Elementary Schools.  She began working in our District in 1985 and is the recipient of the "Association of Retarded Children 1997 Teacher of the Year Award" as well as the "Big Sister of the Year 2002 Award".  Her goal is to bring out the best in each child to assist him in becoming a productive citizen. carolyn.mauer@meade.k12.sd.us

Lynn McFarland, is a Special Education teacher at Sturgis Brown High School.  Lynn graduated from BHSU in 1981 and has worked several years for the Rapid City School District.  For the past three years she taught at the Middle School in Newell.  Lynn and her husband spend a great deal of time watching their daughters compete in horse events and various school activities.  Lynn is excited to be here and looks forward to a new adventure with students at the high school.  lynn.mcfarland@meade.k12.sd.us

Rita McVay, began as a Special Education aide at Stagebarn Elementary in January 2004.  Rita.McVay@meade.k12.sd.us 

Jill Meirose is a Special Education facilitator in the Williams Middle School.  jill.mierose@meade.k12.sd.us

Tonya Mullaney works out of Bear Butte and Piedmont Elementary schools as a District-wide Early Intervention teacher.  She was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, and after moving to western South Dakota in 1992, came to our District in 1997.  Tonya says her greatest accomplishment was finishing college after starting a family, receiving "Teacher of the Year" and completing her Masters.  Her philosophy: All children have the ability to succeed.  Give them the seed to begin and their flowers will blossom when they are ready. tonya.mullaney@meade.k12.sd.us

Sherrie Mumm is a Special Education aide at Williams Middle School.  sherrie.mumm@meade.k12.sd.us

Roxy Murphy, is our District Wide Testing Coordinator.  Roxy began    working in the District in 1991 as a Special Education teacher at Sturgis Brown High School.  Born in Waterloo, Iowa, she graduated from Edgemont, SD.  Roxy's greatest accomplishment thus far is receiving her Master's degree in Education. Her philosophy: To challenge students to become better students and citizens. roxanne.murphy@meade.k12.sd.us

Debby Neiman is a native of Illinois brought to South Dakota via the Air Force.  She began employment in 2002 as a Title I/ Reading Recovery teacher with the Meade School District.  She takes pride in obtaining her Bachelor's degree in Education.  Her philosophy: Every child has a special gift and a teacher can help a child find that gift through positive learning. debby.neiman@meade.k12.sd.us

Kim Nelson is our new 7th & 8th grade Special Education aide at SWMS.  kim.nelson@meade.k12.sd.us 

Guyla Ness is Meade School District's Reading and Assessment Coordinator.  She has held this position since 2002, and has worked in this District since 1982.  Raised in Sturgis, she graduated from Black Hills State University with a bachelorís degree in elementary education. She obtained a masterís degree in curriculum and instruction from South Dakota State University in 2004 and earned a reading specialist endorsement in 2005.  Her greatest accomplishment: Being the two time recipient of the "Rural Teacher of the Year Award".  Her philosophy: I believe that every student should have the opportunity to do the best that they can in an educationally rich environment.  guyla.ness@meade.k12.sd.us

Randi Oviatt is a District-wide Registered Nurse.  Randi started in 1983 at the Whitewood school on a private contract.  She worked in the Whitewood school and helped with scoliosis and Kindergarten screening.  Randi started to work full time in September 1994 for the Meade School District.  She has lived in the Black Hills since 1973.   After graduating from Pierre she attended SDSU.  Randi feels her greatest sward was being selected employee of the year in 2001.  She was president elect of the South Dakota School Nurse Association in July of 2002.  Her philosophy:  A healthy student is a learning student.    randi.oviatt@meade.k12.sd.us

Chrissy Peterson has been the Director of Special Services since 1997.  She grew up on a ranch in Pringle, SD and received her special education degree at BHSU and her administration degree through SDSU.  She previously taught in self-contained classrooms focusing on transition and vocational skills.  She is the past state president of the SD Council of Special Education Administrators and enjoys legislative issues.  Chrissy thoroughly enjoys her job and being a part of many students' lives with special needs.  Chrissy and her husband have three daughters and are active with horses.     chrissy.peterson@meade.k12.sd.us

Marilyn Potter began working for the Meade School District in 1979 and is presently a Special Education aide at Sturgis Brown High School.  A native of Tyndall, SD, Marilyn moved to Sturgis in 1975.  Her philosophy:  When a child feels safe in class and with you, they can learn anything.  marilyn.potter@meade.k12.sd.us

Marcia Potts, a Registered Nurse, District-wide, has been on our staff since 2001.  She moved here from Miller, SD, where she was the Director of Nursing for two years, and has worked in the capacity of Director of Sturgis Home Health Care for fifteen years. Her philosophy:  A healthy child is a child that is a learning child.  marcia.potts@meade.k12.sd.us

Sheila Powell is a Special Education teacher at Williams Middle School.  She started her employment with the Meade School District in 1985 and is a native of Chamberlain, SD, and her philosophy is:  I believe strongly in using a positive teaching approach with assertive discipline and student's choices; and accountability that results in individual student successes. sheila.powell@meade.k12.sd.us

Sharon Rank, our school health secretary, started with the Nurses' Office in 2002.  A native of Sturgis, her greatest accomplishment was raising four children and graduating from BHSU as a non-traditional student.  She was a recipient of 'Employee of the Month' from Beverly Health Care.  Sharon believes her role in the nurses office is to greet each student with a smile and treat every student alike, not making judgments on anyone.  sharon.rank@meade.k12.sd.us

Kelly Remily is our new speech therapist servicing students at the middle school and the high school.  Kelly.Remily@meade.k12.sd.us

Kim Roberts, born and raised in Pierre, SD, became employed with Meade School District in 1989 as a Special Education language arts teacher at Sturgis Brown High School.  Her greatest accomplishment is receiving her Master of Curriculum and Instruction in 2002.  Her philosophy:  Expect the best from yourself and others.   kim.roberts@meade.k12.sd.us

Anne Blair-Rochelle, a Title I/Reading Recovery teacher at Whitewood Elementary, is a West River native.  She came to our District in 1999 and takes pride in obtaining her Bachelor's degree while raising a wonderful family.  Her philosophy: I believe all children have the ability to learn given enough time, the tools, and encouragement.  anne.rochelle@meade.k12.sd.us

Michael Roddis, born in Huron, SD, is a Reading Recovery teacher working out of Bear Butte and Francis Case Elementary Schools in Sturgis.  His greatest accomplishment was fulfilling his dream of becoming a Special Education teacher.  "I love what I do - helping children learn and grow!"  Michael's philosophy:  all children can learn, and we as teachers are here to help them gain the knowledge they need to survive in the world.  michael.roddis@meade.k12.sd.us

Cristy Schaffan, is a speech/language pathologist serving Bear Butte Elementary and Whitewood Elementary schools.  cristy.schaffan@meade.k12.sd.us 

Carolyn Schuldies began employment with Meade School District the fall of 1992, as a Special Education teacher at Sturgis Brown High School.  She was born in Hot Springs, SD, and raised in Spearfish.  Carolyn is the recipient of the National Transition Award for her work in student advocacy.  Her philosophy: I believe that my greatest goal is to educate children with disabilities in how to advocate for themselves while they are in school and in a post-high school setting or at work successfully. Advocating for themselves includes communicating their needs and disabilities to their peers and employers.  carolyn.schuldies@meade.k12.sd.us

Renee Schumann joins our staff as the new school psychologist.  A graduate of Sturgis Brown High School, she attended SDSU for one year before going to court reporting school.  Wanting to do more to help people Renee returned to college at USD majoring in psychology where she received her undergraduate and graduate degrees.   Renee completed her internship and was employed as a school psychologist at a inner-city junior high in Kent, WA.  Hobbies include hiking, camping, mountain biking, motorcycle riding, playing with her dog, Peanut, and her two cats Michi and Chili Bean.  Renee is happy to be back in South Dakota and closer to her family. Her philosophy on education is to encourage and provide opportunities for students to work towards their goals by utilizing their strengths.   renee.arnio@meade.k12.sd.us

Mari Schwarting, is a Special Education teacher at Whitewood Elementary in Sturgis.  Mari is a native of eastern SD and began employment with Meade School District in the fall of 1989.  Her greatest accomplishment was receiving a grant which enabled her to work on and receive her Master's degree.  Mari's goal is to see that all of her students have a meaningful school experience and that she is able to help them learn to their fullest potential.  mari.schwarting@meade.k12.sd.us

Jennifer Seals, a Reading Recovery/Title I Teacher, currently working in Stagebarn/Piedmont Elementary, came to our District the fall of 1997 from Spearfish, SD.  Her philosophy: All students can and will learn.  Start with what the child knows and build upon it.  jennifer.seals@meade.k12.sd.us

Tanya Seyer, a Special Education teacher at Erskine Elementary in the Primary building, grew up in McIntosh, SD and moved from Marshall, MN to Sturgis the summer of 2003.  Her husband, Jim, is the Assistant Principal at Spearfish High School, they have two children, Halle and Hunter.  Tanya graduated from Northern State University in 1997.  Her philosophy: "Is to do more than just listen to my students; to understand them."  tanya.seyer@meade.k12.sd.us

Michelle Simmons is our Special Education teacher in the new self-contained room at Bear Butte Elementary.  Michelle.Simmons@meade.k12.sd.us

LeeAnn Skeie, is our Special Education preschool aide at Piedmont and Bear Butte elementary.  LeeAnn was born and raised in Mobridge, SD.  Her husband, Doug, is a teacher at Sturgis Brown High School.  They have two grown children.    LeeAnn.Skeie@meade.k12.sd.us

Kay Smeenk, currently working in Gifted program,  came to our District in 1979 from Newell, SD.  Born in Rapid City, Kay's philosophy is, "to help every student I work with to become independent learners".  kay.smeenk@meade.k12.sd.us

Arlene Termes, a Special Education teacher at Sturgis Brown High School, has been nationally recognized for her work in the employability program at the high school.   Recently, she was awarded a grant in excess of $50,000 for the development of a new computer lab.  A long-time member of the Meade School District staff, Arlene is a strong advocate for our students.  arlene.termes@meade.k12.sd.us

Barb Termes, is a Special Education aide at Primary Elementary and has been with Meade School District since 1982.  Born in Paola, KS, she was raised in southern California and moved to South Dakota in 1967.  Her greatest accomplishment was being nominated 'Employee of the Year' in 1996.  Her philosophy:  I believe every child and adult has a HIDDEN TALENT; we just need to explore and be exposed to the right element.  barb.termes@meade.k12.sd.us

Jill Tesnow, is our Special Education aide at Francis Case Elementary.  Originally from Rapid City, Jill attended the University of South Dakota for three years and Black Hills State University for two years, graduating with a BA in 1977.  Jill's husband is a pastor in Sturgis, they have been married for 32 years and have two sons and two daughters.  Jill works seriously on fine art away from her regular job, gardens, spins wool, crochets and would like to learn to weave.  Jill loves her job!  She believes children are our greatest natural resource, and need to know school is a place of joy, expectation, discovery, accomplishment, love and safety.  Her greatest accomplishment was the result of a gift from God - four beautiful children after being told medically never to have any!   Jill.Tesnow@meade.k12.sd.us

Kathy Thomson is a Special Education aide at Sturgis Brown High School.  kathi.thomson@meade.k12.sd.us

Lynn Tribby is a Special Education teacher at Williams Middle School.  She became employed with Meade School District in September 1989.  A native of California, Lynn feels her greatest accomplishment is receiving Special Services Teacher of the Year Award in 1998 and Meade School District Teacher of the year Award in 1999.  Her philosophy:  To teach students the skills they need to succeed in everyday life.  I believe that every student has the ABILITY to succeed in life if they are given the tools or skills.  I want my students to focus on their abilities and not their disabilities.  lynn.tribby@meade.k12.sd.us

Connie Tucker, is a Stagebarn/Piedmont Title I Reading Recovery teacher.  She began her employment with Meade School District in 1990.  Originally from Oregon, Connie says her greatest accomplishment was being part of a welcoming committee of Girl Scouts for President Ford during the Bicentennial in Anchorage, AK.  Her philosophy: Each child can learn to read, write, and do math; it is just that the time frame, in which these skills develop, needs to be flexible and provide a vast variety of methods of instruction and learning opportunities.  connie.tucker@meade.k12.sd.us

Lois Vig began working for the Meade School District in 1989.  She is currently the Special Services office coordinator.  lois.vig@meade.k12.sd.us

Barb Voorhees is a Special Education aide at Primary Elementary.  barb.voorhees@meade.k12.sd.us

Paula Vukonich began working for the Meade School District in 1999 as a Reading Recovery/Title teacher.  Currently working as a Special Education teacher at Sturgis Brown High School, Paula lists her greatest accomplishments as: Graduating with two university degrees, both Summa Cum Laud, the completion of the TTL, Reading Recovery and BLAHST programs, and the creation and development of the Meade Special Services website.  A native of Detroit, MI, her philosophy is; "We are all students in life."  paula.vukonich@meade.k12.sd.us

Michela Wiblemo is our new Special Education teacher in Whitewood.   michela.wiblemo@meade.k12.sd.us 

Deb Wilburn-Kerstiens, is a Special Education teacher at Stagebarn/Piedmont Elementary.  She began employment with the Meade School District in 1999.  A native of the area and graduate of Sturgis Brown High School, Deb's greatest accomplishment was being named Miss Rodeo South Dakota, and completing her college education after starting her family.  Her goal in education is to ensure that her students are learning, happy and feel safe in her classroom and that each day they leave with a smile.  deb.williams@meade.k12.sd.us

Joan Wilson, is a Special Education aide at Stagebarn Elementary joan.wilson@meade.k12.sd.us

Judy Wilson, moved to Piedmont, SD, when she was 4 years old.  Working in our District since 1981, Judy is our medical services secretary/aide at Piedmont Elementary.  Her philosophy: At school children are first and they (children) need to know I really care about them.  judy.wilson@meade.k12.sd.us

Lora Wilson is a Title I teacher at Williams Middle School.  lora.wilson@meade.k12.sd.us

Melissa Wood, a native of Newell, SD, began her employment with Meade School District in 1997.  Melissa is working at Whitewood Elementary as a Special Education teacher.  Her greatest accomplishment is receiving her Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  Her philosophy: All children can learn!  melissa.wood@meade.k12.sd.us

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