Photo courtesy of Bainbridge Island School District

Photo courtesy of Bainbridge Island School District

Bainbridge Island School District welcomes new teachers to Bainbridge

  • Tuesday, September 3, 2019 9:06am
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Bainbridge Island School District is pleased to welcome new educators to its staff. Officials said the district’s newest teachers have participated in New Teacher Orientation and have demonstrated their positive energy and zest for teaching.

In the front row: Amy Reuling (Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary, kindergarten), Julia Tandy (Ordway Elementary, kindergarten), Sarah Shuholm (Ordway, second grade), Sandra Dreiling (Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary, kindergarten), Susan Williams (Blakely, kindergarten and fourth grade), Carol Duffy (Ordway and Wilkes, occupational therapist).

Back row: Emma Steger (Odyssey, third/fourth grades), Megan Carson (Bainbridge High School, English), Allison Wagstaff (BHS, choir), Amanda Nitka (El Velero), Doug Dudgeon (Woodward Middle School and BHS, science), Annalisa Sanchez (Blakely, special education).

Not pictured: Kellie Olsen (Blakely, third grade).

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