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August 18, 2007

Aug. 18: What's new at school for ACS students this year

What's new this year at ACS:



New faces at ACS:

Certified teachers

Mathew Bair, Anderson High School physical education/health teacher

Brooke Blockson, Robinson Elementary School kindergarten teacher

Kasey Brown, Greenbriar School sixth-, seventh-, eighth-grade teacher

Andrea Cates, Robinson/Southview Elementary art teacher

Jacquleen Cermak, South Side Middle School intensive intervention teacher

Joe Collins, Alternative School science teacher

Michael Daiga, Alternative School math teacher

Debra Ewart, Robinson Elementary reading recovery teacher

Marci Garner, Highland High School language arts/yearbook teacher

Britney Garrett, Edgewood Elementary School mild-intervention teacher

Ann Gillespie-Rolston, unassigned elementary school teacher

Matthew Goen, Robinson Elementary kindergarten teacher

Rachelle Heyboer, Greenbriar Elementary sixth-, seventh-, eighth-grade teacher

Amelia Hollingsworth, Anderson High School business teacher

Andrea Kallendar, Alternative School science teacher

Johanna Kikendall, North Side Middle School language arts teacher

Judy Kimmer, Robinson/Southview Elementary schools music teacher

Jennifer Livingston, East Side Elementary School reading specialist

Cynthia MacMillan, Edgewood/Forest Hills Elementary schools media specialist

Kerry Maggard, Anderson High School social studies teacher

Susan Maxwell Sawyer, Anderson/Killbuck Elementary schools media specialist

Kara Miller, district-wide visually-impaired teacher

Jillian Muse, Anderson High School business teacher

Jennifer Myrick, unassigned elementary teacher

Nancy Nuce, Alternative School language arts teacher

Sherry Pate, unassigned special education teacher

Jennifer Pherson, Robinson Elementary kindergarten teacher

Christy Ramsey, Anderson Elementary School fifth-grade teacher

Andrew Sprock, unassigned elementary school teacher

Kelly Williams, Robinson Elementary School kindergarten teacher

Non-certified special education paraeducators

Jennifer Allbaugh, Valley Grove Elementary autism paraeducator

Amber Fox, Anderson High School autism paraeducator

Shaley Thomas, Eastside Elementary School autism paraeducator



Discipline policy

According to Superintendent of Schools Mikella Lowe, the Anderson Federation of Teachers convened in a committee recently to study discipline policies districtwide.

The committee consisted of elementary, middle and high school educators. The committee updated policies from different schools so that there would be a discipline standard in the school system.

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