CH-UH Board Honors Retirees, Welcomes New Teachers

The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Board recognized 43 teachers who retired this year and introduced new teachers.

The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Board honored 43 teachers who retired this year at its regular meeting June 5 at the Deborah Delisle Educational Options Center.

The board also welcomed 18 new teachers hired for the 2012-2013 school year.

Here’s the list of retirees. Were any of these educators your former teacher?

Susan Ahmed

Margaret Aquila

Barbara Bacon

Michael Beckman

Marcie Beggs

Karen Anne Biermann

Evelyn Bradshaw

Mary Ann Brennan

Virginia Bruns

Katie Cahn

Kim Chan

Blair Chirdon

Janet Christen

Judith Davis

Edith Delman

Deborah Eiger

Paul Ernst

Caroline Farrar

Mary Lou Fasko

Mary Freer

Stacy Hertz

Patricia Horton

Chris Iannone

Catherine Ikimis

Melvin Jones

Melanie Lesar

William Litten

Rosetta Montgomery

Mary Nemes

Louis Polsinelli

John Rickel

Eileen Savarda

Carol Shiles

Lynn Slater

John Stephens

Frederick Thaxton

Joan Tonelli

Elenny Tuleta

Veronica Hoyett-White

Marie Woods

Jean Wurst

Adrienne Yelsky

Here are the new teachers and their assignments:

Seth Anderson, social studies,

David Beans, intervention specialist, ’s Renaissance School

Desiree Calaguire-Maier, IB program specialist, and schools

Peter Carnabuci, first grade, Canterbury Elementary School

Nicole Cioban, kindergarten teacher,

Justin Hons, social studies, Heights High, Mosaic School

O’Dasha Johnson, science, Heights High’s Mosaic School

Kristen Kephart, second grade,

Dejunee Lawson, second grade,

Scott Niedzwiecki, science, Heights High’s Mosaic School

Laura Poundstone, intervention specialist

TeKara Ray, first grade, Gearity Professional Development School

Deborah Riley, sixth grade,

Amanda Sell, ELA support, building TBD

Karen Smith, science, Heights High’s Legacy School

Blaire Volbers, science, Heights High’s Renaissance School

Stephanie Weisenburger, first grade, Roxboro Elementary School

James Zidlicky, home instruction

Tifanny Barnes June 13, 2012 at 05:12 PM
Were any of the teachers who retired REHIRED? Thank you.


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