Kent staffers recognized for their years of service

Thirty-one district administrators, teachers and staff members were recognized for their years of service at the Kent School District Board of Directors meeting May 28, which included a special farewell reception.

  • Friday, June 6, 2008 2:41am
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Kent School Board President Bill Boyce congratulates retiring Fairwood Elementary teacher Jean Ann Hollar for her work on May 28.

Thirty-one district administrators, teachers and staff members were recognized for their years of service at the Kent School District Board of Directors meeting May 28, which included a special farewell reception.

The following district employees were recognized and will retire at the end of the 2007-2008 school year:

Betty Carlson, Kentlake High School kitchen coordinator

Kathleen Cowan, Kentlake High School special education para-educator

Sara Fischer, Kentlake High School Career & Technical Education daycare director

Margaret Geffrey, Glenridge Elementary School teacher

Mark Haddock, KSD assistant superintendent

Eileen Hewson, East Hill Elementary School teacher

Dave Hildebrand, KSD lead mechanic

Jean Ann Hollar, Fairwood Elementary School teacher

Keith Hunter, Meridian Elementary School teacher

Doneen Jasman, Carriage Crest Elementary School teacher

Sandra Jondal, Mattson Middle School administrative assistant

Karen Kalberg, Kentridge High School teacher

Joy Lauderbaugh, Horizon Elementary School general music specialist

Martha Lattin, KSD bus driver

Marilyn Maclsaac, East Hill Elementary School teacher

Jan Martin, Neely-O’Brien Elementary School library instructional assistant

Irma Miller, Ridgewood Elementary School teacher

Mary Murphy-Johnson, Ridgewood Elementary School teacher

Jan Noller, Kentwood High School registrar

Marilyn Norsby, KSD accounting manager

Esther Onishi, Meridian Elementary School teacher

Kathleen Ossenkop, Daniel Elementary School nurse

Janet Rabenstein, KSD bus driver

Lynn Randolph, Food & Nutrition Services administrative assistant

Sally Smith, KSD bus driver

Debbie Stone, Carriage Crest Elementary School teacher

Thomas Strom, Millennium Elementary School teacher

Janice Tornow, KSD director of special education

Daniel Underhill, Sunrise Elementary School educational assistant & instructional technology specialist

Clifford Wade, Kent-Meridian High School teacher

Taletta Wibmer, Glenridge Elementary School teacher


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