Management Team

Teaching Teams

Support & Food Services

Family Services

Director- Cathy Brey


Children's Education & Disabilities Manager- Kim Baumgart


Family Services Manager-  Gloria Harmer


Health & Nutrition Manager-  Sherry Deiter


Support Services Manager-  Rick Betzer

Teacher-  Emily Johnson

  Teaching Assistant-  Lirijie Wellard


Teacher-  Hilary McCrae

  Teaching Assistant-  Melissa Rollins


Teacher-  Amy Cobos

  Teaching Assistant-  Jo Diaz


Teacher-  Heather Strength

  Teaching Assistant-  Kuhlena Hudson


Teacher-  Eunice Dickerson

  Teaching Assistant-  Jasmine Kiesz

Teacher-  Pam Kessler

  Teaching Assistant-  Cami Turner


Teacher-  Lisa Huffaker

  Teaching Assistant-  Joann Fair


Teacher-  Jennifer Cornell

  Teaching Assistant-  Tonia Huber


Teacher-  Erin Baeder

  Co-Teacher-  Tiffany Rimington


Teacher-  Evelyn Stanger

  Teaching Assistant-  Heidi Scott

Program Secretary-  Linda Richmond

Program Services Assistant-  Margo Crump

Lincoln Food Services- JaNae Cornwall

Tyhee Food Services- Daeda Pevo

Program Aide-  Daniella Cue

Program Aide-  Yvette Lott

Program Aide-  Michelle Russell

Program Aide- Brooke Salas

Program Aide- Janet Kron

Custodian-  Duane Zellmer

Custodian- Pika Correll

Family Services Manager-   Gloria Harmer


Family Advocate-  Christine Reed


Family Advocate- Liliana Fan


Family Advocate- Bobbi Green


Family Advocate- Karla Bywater


Family Advocate-  Ariana Nunez

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