New teachers join Bainbridge schools

  • Saturday, September 8, 2018 11:10am
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The Bainbridge Island School District is welcoming nearly three dozen new teachers in the island’s public schools for the coming school year.

The new educators are:

Front row: Tim Turner (Bainbridge High), Siri Miller (Commodore Options School), Laura Devlin (Woodward Middle School), Denise Briggs Potter (BHS), Cara Tebo (BHS), Austin Smith (BHS);

Second row: Sara Berger (BHS), Katie Gregerson (BHS), Eve Medina (BHS), Hans Griesser (BHS), Beth Bacon (BHS);

Third row: Serena Zyskowski (Commodore), Elise Hardy (Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary), Caitlin Beaven (Commodore, BHS), Olivia Holden (BHS);

Fourth row: Jennifer Kilby (Ordway Elementary), Joanna Rockwood (district-wide), Margretta Murnane (Commodore), Maddie Ketcheside (Blakely), Lisa Vaya-Webb (Commodore), Andrew Carr (BHS); and

Fifth row: Jocelyn Jablonski (Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary), Nicole Jastrzebski (Ordway), Amy Gulbranson (Commodore), Melissa Dupre (BHS) and Elizabeth Meyers (Blakely).

Also joining the district this year, but not pictured, are Lynn Heywood-Row, Cynthia Wilkins, Vanessa Johnson, Karin Knight and Cara Pope.

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