New Faces to Lead North Lamar Students


Several new faces around North Lamar ISD will be among those teaching the leaders of tomorrow in the 2015-2016 school year.  On Thursday, August 13 North Lamar ISD held an orientation to welcome new professionals into the district and to connect with administrators, peers, and mentors before merging together with 450 other co-workers Monday morning at the first staff development of the year.

Joining the secondary campuses of North Lamar High School and Stone Middle School beginning front row left are Pat Fowzer (NLHS Choir), Blake Chadwick (Speech Therapist Assistant), Merita Head (Stone Counselor), Shelia Slider (Stone Special Education), Courtney Cooper (Stone Drama), Jarod Davidson (NLHS DAEP/Coach), and Andy Spear (Stone History/PE/Coach); middle row, Jim Adams (Stone Choir), Tiffany Page (NLHS AVID), Casey Page (NLHS Ag. Science & Technology), Heather Coe (NLHS Art), Caleb Ballard (NLHS Science), and Lisa Weiss (Stone Special Education/Coach); and back row: Beverly Baird (NLHS Math), Jason Beeson (NLHS Science), Michael Pointer NLHS History/Coach), Ryan Moffitt (NLHS Math), Brett Harp (NLHS Head Girls Basketball Coach), and Jeremy Moss (NLHS Behavior Unit).  Not pictured are Casey Jordan (Stone History) and Patrick Fuller (NLHS Assistant Principal).

Adding to the elementary campuses and ready to teach at Aaron Parker, Higgins, Everett, and Bailey seated from left are Wendy Peek (Parker Reading Interventionist), Sara Sherwood (Everett 3rd Math), Rainey Parson (Everett 3rd English/Language Arts/Reading), Lucia Jones (Bailey 5th Math/Science), and Patricia Mason (Bailey ECC).  Standing are Ashley Wilkerson (Parker 4th English/Language Arts), Madison Dyck (Everett 3rd English/Language Arts/Reading), Nick Jennings (Bailey 4th English/Language Arts/Reading), Jeri Brakebill (Parker 3rd English/Language Arts), and Jennifer Elrod (Bailey & Everett Nurse).  Not pictured is Cassidy Emeyabbi (Higgins Nurse).

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