Plum City schools welcome six new staffersThe Plum City School District welcomed six new staff members for the 2012-13 school year that started earlier this month.
By: Jason Schulte, Pierce County Herald
PLUM CITY--The Plum City School District welcomed six new staff members for the 2012-13 school year that started earlier this month.
A Herald survey asking about their backgrounds and positions was given to them. Their responses follow:
Bentley will be the high school math teacher and the district’s cross country coach. He is a graduate of UW-Superior with a major in math and a minor in coaching.
The Menomonie native was hired to be the district’s technology education teacher. He will split his time between Plum City in the mornings and Pepin in the afternoons.
Fahrendorff will be the fifth grade teacher at the elementary school. The Ellsworth native comes from a teaching family as both parents, Doug and Judy, taught at Ellsworth and Spring Valley, respectively.
Haines, who has student taught in La Crosse and West Salem, and a long-term substitute at Plum City and Elmwood, will be the 4K teacher at the elementary school.
Imrie will be the middle school science and high school agriculture teacher. He previously taught agriculture at Delavan-Darion and science at Hudson.
Sword was hired to be the PreK-12 art teacher along with FCSE (Family and Consumer Sciences Education) teacher.
For more please read the Sept. 26 print version of the Herald.