Ms. Dutton Makes a Difference

Ms. Dutton Makes a Difference Cassidy Dutton is in her second year teaching Agriculture at Sugar-Salem High School. She is a hard-working, inspiring, kind, and patient teacher who genuinely wants her students to succeed. She works to help students see the value in what they are learning and provides a safe space for students [...]

By |2023-01-31T09:44:53-07:00January 31st, 2023|District Information, High School, Teachers Make a Difference|Comments Off on Ms. Dutton Makes a Difference

Mr. Romrell Makes a Difference

Mr. Romrell Makes a Difference Darin Romrell is in his 8th year teaching math and science at Sugar-Salem High School. He is a kind, dedicated teacher who works hard to make classes interactive and informative. He is full of school spirit and truly cares about students and the community. The school is a better place [...]

By |2023-01-31T09:38:41-07:00January 2nd, 2023|District Information, High School, Teachers Make a Difference|Comments Off on Mr. Romrell Makes a Difference

Mr. Carlile Makes a Difference

Mr. Carlile Makes a Difference Chad Carlile is currently in his first year of teaching Computer Class at Sugar-Salem Junior High. He is a patient teacher who takes the time to make sure that his students are truly understanding what is being taught. He works hard to create a safe space where students are [...]

By |2022-12-01T18:45:33-07:00December 1st, 2022|District Information, Junior High, Teachers Make a Difference|Comments Off on Mr. Carlile Makes a Difference

Mrs. Hansen Makes a Difference

Mrs. Hansen Makes a Difference Bailey Hansen is currently in her 4th year of teaching 5th Grade at Kershaw Intermediate. She is a passionate teacher who truly cares about her students. She works hard to make a safe and fun environment that encourages students to work towards becoming their best selves. Students appreciate her creativity [...]

By |2022-11-05T12:35:43-06:00November 5th, 2022|District Information, Kershaw, Teachers Make a Difference|Comments Off on Mrs. Hansen Makes a Difference
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