STEM Staff Shout-Outs! (03/25/22)

Staff Shout Outs

Each week, members of the STEM Staff recognize their fellow teammates for the elements from the Formula for Character that they were exhibiting. Check out this week’s teachers that were honored.

Kelli Myrick


Elizabeth mentioned that Kelly offered to help out in any way she can with the students in preparation for our drill tomorrow. She exhibited empathy, respect, and integrity with her thoughtfulness and helpfulness. She wanted to alleviate the stress and spread comfort to everyone by offering to do anything that was needed. Thanks, Kelly! You are a selfless teammate.

Maura Ridder


Maura has grown so much in her role as Middle School Director. Her passion for students and staff is inspiring. She has been with STEM for so long and still speaks of what excites her about working here as if she just started. Thank you for being part of our team.

Kathy Dwyer


Kathy is always there to support anyone who needs it. She lives and breaths STEM and her professionalism and integrity are really something to be adminired.

Nicole Bostel


I truly respect Nicole and the job she does for the organization. I am amazed at her relentless work ethic and ability to adapt quickly to situations. Thank you for creating equitable pathways so every voice can be heard.

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Kathy Falter


Kathy Falter demonstrates exceptional work ethic, attention to detail, and unyielding support for staff every day. She models Spartan Strong! Thank you Kathy for your hard work, consistency, and commitment.

McKenna Gimble


Thank you McKenna for working SO HARD to decorate all of the 1st grade doors! You did an AMAZING job!

Katie Phillips


Katie went out of her way to help solve a problem that saved us from spending additional funds. She was a real team player and I am so grateful for her support.

Penny Eucker


Having one of the toughest jobs, Dr. Eucker has done a great job of keeping all of us focused on our mission. It’s not easy to make decisions that fit everyone, but I respect her for taking on the burdens that we don’t see and know about so that we can continue to serve students.

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