We Are SPS

  • Humans of SPS: Lisa Glander

    I am grateful for my journey with SPS & hope in some small way, I have made a difference in each of my roles within the district.

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  • Humans of SPS: Jarek Bartels

    I absolutely love my job and the people, both students and adults, that I get to work with every day.

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  • Humans of SPS: DelRae Foss

    This has been a definite challenge but I work with amazing office staff and have great support from the district nurses.

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  • Humans of SPS: Amanda Ormsbee

    Teaching is a difficult profession, and we've had to face even more challenges these last few years, but the relationships with students make it all worth it.

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  • Humans of SPS: Amy Sisco

    The people I’ve met in my short time at the district office show up early every day with a common goal; how to best support, guide, and serve our students. It humbles me to be a part of such a dedicated, and caring team of classified and certified staff.

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  • Humans of SPS: Keryn Wilson

    I love watching the students realize their potential and grow their personalities. I’ve seen shy and quiet become confident and outgoing leaders within a few years.

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  • Humans of SPS: Jody Barnhart

    We all play an important part in the lives and success of students -- each day we have the chance to make a difference. Let today be the day we succeed in the life of "OUR" Students.

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  • Humans of SPS: Sigrid Celnik

    I have the privilege to work with kids from every grade level, and am able to celebrate all academic successes great and small. Also important and special to me are all of my fellow staff members.

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  • Humans of SPS: Jeff Nicholson

    I love working with kids every day. Working in a public school is a service-oriented job, with great purpose, and I'm incredibly proud to do it.

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  • Humans of SPS: Corie Arellano

    That feeling when you have helped someone is always rewarding and I am grateful that I get to do that here.

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  • Humans of SPS: Andy Hock

    Watching my students become successful adults and our school community continue to thrive are two of the greatest joys in my life.

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  • Humans of SPS Melaney Grenz

    I love seeing my students attain their goals, find confidence in themselves, and to embark upon goals and future aspirations that they previously considered unattainable.

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  • Humans of SPS: Laura Scruggs

    I love just about everything about being an 8th-grade teacher. My students are fantastic, my curriculum is both intriguing and never-ending, and every day is new.

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  • Voices of SPS: Lynn Lary

    It's exciting to think about where we were as a district when I arrived and where we are now.

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  • Humans of SPS: Troy Barnhart

    I chose to work in education because I really like to make a difference in the lives of young people. I do it for the kids.

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  • Humans of SPS: Lisa Gibson

    I have wanted to be a teacher since I was in Mrs. Peters’ 1st-grade classroom at Brattain Elementary.

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  • Humans of SPS: Miranda Roach

    What's great about my job is that no matter what happens in a day, I can always count on a student making me laugh.

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  • Humans of SPS: Jenette Kime

    Just to see those students over the last two years grow and mature makes my heart happy. That is what makes me want to come to work each day in the #RoyalPalaceOfSuccess.

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  • Humans of SPS: Damaris Carlson

    As a high school counselor, we can at times wear many hats. Every day is different. We are celebrating the highest highs with our students or dealing with the lowest lows and everything in between!

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  • Humans of SPS: Matthew Adams

    My job is amazing. It's all about making connections with kids and helping support their journey through high school and beyond.

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