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District 518 approves hires, resignations and employment changes

The District 518 Board of Education approved changes in employment for many employees at its June 21 meeting.

District 518 Administrative Building
District 518 Administrative Building (Tim Middagh / The Globe)
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WORTHINGTON — The District 518 Board of Education approved changes in employment for many employees at its June 21 meeting. They were:

Resignations

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  • Lucero Rios as cook at Prairie Elementary 
  • Rebecca Tims as kindergarten teacher at Prairie Elementary 
  • Anne Bruns as ASD teacher at Prairie Elementary 
  • Cynthia Flores Ibarra as class II paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary 
  • Tanner Gunnink as class II paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary 
  • Victoria Jimenez as class II paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary 
  • Gladys Aldana as class I paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary 
  • Abigail Ramirez Aguilar as class I paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary 
  • Spencer Wieneke as sixth grade science teacher at Worthington Middle School 
  • Sandra Medrano as class II paraprofessional at the Middle School
  • Lindsey Schomacker as special education teacher at the Middle School 
  • Sharon Nelson as English language arts teacher at the Learning Center
  • Flor Ayala as special ed paraprofessional at the Learning Center
  • Eric Morales as class I EL paraprofessional at Worthington High School 
  • Grace Roskamp as class II paraprofessional at the High School 
  • Sandra Sand as class II paraprofessional at the High School 
  • Karla Manzo as class I paraprofessional at the High School 
  • Nancy Landeros as achievement & integration coordinator with the Nobles County Integration Collaborative
  • Nayzeth Ybarra-Muniz as bilingual program aide with NCIC 
  • Randine Crouch as summer EDGE 5th Grade Teacher 
  • Lori Sandhurst as summer EDGE Educational Assistant
  • Jaime Freed as 2nd grade summer EDGE Teacher
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  • Christina Keovilay as ABE childcare paraprofessional with Community Education 
  • Emilia Witthuhn as ABE teacher with Community Education 
  • Amanda Williamson as software program specialist with the District 
  • Marie MacPherson as VIBE Teacher 
  • Lizette Castillo as ESY paraprofessional
  • Jessica Hogan as high school head girls volleyball coach 
  • Derek Schmitz as assistant varsity track coach 
  • Casey Hertz as winter weight room supervisor 
  • Spencer Wieneke as C squad girls basketball coach, middle school track coach and fall and winter weight room supervisor
  • Anne Greenway as high school assistant girls soccer coach 
  • Nicole Rowe as middle school softball coach 

Rescind employment

  • Audrey Duncan as computer teacher at the middle school

Termination

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  • Pam Deuel as ECSE screenings teacher at Prairie Elementary, due to the end of a one-year contract

Employment

Some of the following hires are contingent upon obtaining licensure and/or background checks.

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  • Melissa Delgado as special education paraprofessional at Prairie Elementary
  • Nichole Rowe as first grade teacher at Prairie Elementary 
  • Samantha Woitalewicz as EL teacher at Prairie Elementary 
  • Michael Crow as class II custodian at Prairie Elementary
  • Rebecca Lang as speech language pathologist assistant at Prairie Elementary 
  • Ariel Reyes as interpreter at the Intermediate School 
  • Patrick Gordon as class II custodian at the Intermediate School 
  • Paige Brown as class III secretary at the Intermediate School 
  • Rebecca Linder as physical education teacher at the Intermediate School 
  • Chisyl Cristobal as music teacher at the Middle School
  • Sandra Sand as special education teacher at the Middle School 
  • Apryl Meier as cook/cashier at the Middle School
  • Spencer Wieneke as Learning Center/VIBE dean of students 
  • Mary Doyscher as communications arts teacher at the High School 
  • Mikayla Hendrickson as guidance counselor at the High School 
  • Christina Morgan as SLD teacher at the High School 
  • Michael Jacobsen as art teacher at the High School 
  • Grace Roskamp as EL teacher at the High School 
  • Anna Meyer as EL teacher at the High School 
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  • Anne Greenway as high school leadership team 
  • Stacy Dykstra as gymnastics aide with Community Education 
  • Lisa Madison as ABE teacher with Community Education 
  • Presley Eggers as gymnastics lead aide with Community Education
  • Angelica Madrigal Ordaz as class II secretary with Community Education
  • Lisa Woll as ABE paraprofessional with Community Education 
  • Kris Doeden as ABE teacher with Community Education 
  • Jessica Hogan as high school head girls basketball coach 
  • Anne Greenway as high school head girls soccer coach 
  • Mary Doyscher as knowledge bowl coach 
  • Menkem Mehri as technology casual Help
  • Natalie Galvez as summer EDGE educational assistant 
  • Angie Meyer as summer EDGE counselor 
  • Carly Duffy as summer EDGE counselor 
  • Jami Wahl as summer credit recovery counselor 
  • Maggie Gerdes as summer EDGE counselor 
  • Brad Grimmius as summer weight room supervisor
  • Spencer Wieneke as summer weight room supervisor 
  • Ashley Krantz as summer technology help 
  • Beth Wiertzema-White as summer EDGE educational assistant 
  • Jennifer Garcia as summer EDGE educational assistant 

Changes

  • Increase in assignment from .2 to .6 FTE for Deb Stoll as SEAT team teacher at the Middle School.
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