Classes resume Wednesday at Lyman School
Lyman School staff returned to school Monday, August 19 for two days of pre-school work before students return to the classroom this week (Wednesday).
A new Middle School/Elementary principal, five new teachers, two paraprofessionals, an assistant cook and a new administrative secretary joined the staff at Lyman this year.
Ryan Noyes, starts his first year on the administrative side this year as he was hired August 1 to fill the vacancy created when Julie Eppard moved to Chester.
Noyes welcomes two new teachers to the middle School staff; Amanda Hupp, Social Studies teacher, and Rene Olson, Science teacher and head MS girls basketball coach. Syndi Ozanne returns as the MS math aide and adds the assistant MS volleyball coaching job to her duties.
Donna Ryon will be the new assistant cook at the Kennebec site.
Carol Eriksen, formerly a special ed aide, moved into the superintendent’s office upon Judy Brost’s retirement and will fill the administrative secretary spot.
Marchelle Carson will teach kindergarten at Kennebec and Jenny Longville will be the new junior kindergarten teacher to be held at the Kennebec site.
Tabatha Harmon returns to Presho Elementary as the new aide for kindergarten.
One new teacher joins the high school staff. Andrew Dellman, who did his practicing teaching at Lyman last year, was hired as the social studies and geometry teacher.
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