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District 518 approves hires, resignations and employment changes in October

The District 518 Board of Education approved changes in employment for many employees at its Oct. 18 meeting.

Worthington High School
Worthington High School.
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WORTHINGTON — The District 518 Board of Education approved changes in employment for many employees at its Oct. 18 meeting. They were:

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Resignations

  • Lynnette Faragher as yearbook advisor at Prairie Elementary
  • Yesenia Galvez as class II paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary
  • Taylor Ossefoort as first grade teacher at Prairie Elementary
  • Emily Krumvieda as paraprofessional at Worthington Middle School
  • Anna Rogers as technology management technician
  • Denise Schlichte as Title I teacher with St. Mary’s

Employment

  • Genessee Kearney as class II paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary
  • Veronica Villarreal Cisneros as class I paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary
  • Christian Lopez as class II paraprofessional at the Intermediate School
  • Jordan Kruse as class II paraprofessional at the Intermediate School
  • Morelia Reyes as ASD paraprofessional at the Intermediate School
  • Emily Krumvieda as night custodian at Worthington Middle School
  • Cynthia Carabantes as LD paraprofessional at WMS
  • Randy Reum as EBD paraprofessional at the WMS
  • Leticia Rangel Garcia as janitor/cook at Worthington High School
  • Flor Ayala Argueta as class I paraprofessional at the Learning Center
  • Blanca Vasquez Ramirez as ABE childcare assistant with Community Education
  • Zane Holmgren as technology management technician
  • Derek Henkels as technology management technician
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