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Fort Zumwalt Board Approves Additional Staffing Changes

The Fort Zumwalt Board of Education approved several additions for the 2012-13 school year.

The  approved the following staffing changes during the June 25, 2012 meeting. 

  • Jessica Carter was approved as a fifth grade instructor at , pending a successful records check.
  • Grace Clark was approved as a speech and language pathologist at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Katherine Cooper was approved as a first grade instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Josh Janisse was approved as a special education instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Annie Kaminski was approved as a kindergarten instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Kimberly Knerr was approved as a second grade instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Terisa Koehler was approved as a social studies instructor at , pending a successful records check.
  • Shannon Pettus was approved as a social studies instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Lindsey Piazza was approved as a third grade instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements.
  • Jorge Valdez was approved as a Spanish instructor at , pending a successful records check and completion of Missouri certification requirements, and release from Barat Academy.

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