New Staff Joins Pattonsburg Personnel
Six new staff members have joined the teaching personnel at Pattonsburg for the 2017-18 school year. Tim Harding, who previously served as principal at North Daviess is the 6-12 principal. He is a graduate of NWMSU, and in addition to North Daviess, has taught at Winston, Cainsville, and Ridgeway.
Replacing Kristen Etherton as K-12 counselor is Aubree Krugh. She holds an undergraduate degree in sociology, and an educational degree in school counseling. Her past educational experience includes being a paraprofessional and a substitute teacher.
Jeffrey Epperly is K-12 Physical Education instructor and also girls' baseball coach. He previously taught physical education at North Daviess. A graduate of Avila University, he resides in Albany with his wife and three children.
High School English is being taught by Alyssa Lambert. A graduate of Pattonsburg, she attended NWMSU. She has previously taught at North Daviess and substituted at Pattonsburg.
Amanda Rogers from Cameron will be assisting part-time in the Special Ed department. She graduated from Winston and attended Missouri Western and William Woods University. She also works for the Lathrop school district.
Students needing assistance with Speech will be receiving assistance from Lisa Hartley. Lisa resides in Pattonsburg and has previously taught in Cameron and North Daviess. Her husband, Gregg also is a teacher in the district.