Celia Simler has worked in the field of Adult Practical Nursing for six years at the Kirksville Area Technical Center. “Teaching is a passion and seeing a light bulb turn on is the best feeling in the world,” she said.
Alisha Claybrook has been teaching for 16 years, 4 of which as a Middle School Associate Professional. She currently resides at the Early Childhood Education Center. “As a graduate of Kirksville R-III School (1997), I enjoyed basketball, softball, and track and field,” she wrote, adding that during her high school years, she had a “great education” that contributed to her becoming a teacher. He said there were several “persons”. “She’s worked as a kindergarten teacher and her ECSE teacher. She’s married and she has two children. She’s been busy remodeling her home and chasing after her kids with extracurricular activities.” I will,” she writes.
April Frady is a Unionville native and has been teaching Kindergarten for 19 years, including 9 years at Kirksville Elementary School.
Nathaniel Kennard is a native of Kirksville, has worked in the Kirksville R-III School District for four years, and taught sixth and seventh grade general music, eighth grade choir, and eighth grade modern band for three and a half years at William Matthews Middle School. I’m here. He said he “fully enjoyed” his first year at WMMS, describing his class as a modern band with students playing pop and rock music with guitar, bass, drums and piano. It was started. “I can also make music by helping students find their voice through singing. This is the highlight of my day,” he said. As if I hadn’t been busy, I also have the pleasure of coaching both the women’s and men’s soccer teams.” Kennard has been married to his wife, Marley, for just over a year. “I want to thank her for her patience, understanding and the sacrifices she made to be her teacher and coach,” he said.
Antoinette Sanchez is from Woodlands, Texas and has taught 4th grade at Ray Miller Elementary School for one year. “Teaching and coaching volleyball at Kirksville R-III has given me so many great friends, students and players in my life. I am so grateful to have had my first year here!” she wrote. “I love what I do, whether it’s in the classroom or on the court coaching! Thanks to her for a great first year of teaching at the Kirksville R-III!”
Tracy Vorink grew up in St. Peters, Missouri and has been teaching 9th-12th grade mathematics at Kirksville R-III for 11 years. Her taught subjects include Algebra 1, Precalculus, Algebra and Trigonometry. “Three years before my child was born, I taught two at N. Calloway and one at Kirksville Middle School,” she wrote. “I’ve been home with my kids for 17 years, now on my 8th year.”