STEM Staff Shout-Outs! (04/15/22)

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.

Anthony Flores


Anthony has been helping get CMAS make-ups done. He has been proctoring with a smile. His flexibility and help has been a huge asset! Anthony is amazing and is a valuable member of STEM!

Julie Adamek


Julie is always handling multiple tasks at once and tries her best to help out in whatever way she can. Thanks for always going above and beyond!

Headshot of Gary Tang

Gary Tang


Gary has been rock solid in helping in study hall and driveline. His willingness to happily jump in and do whatever is asked of him is very appreciated. We are so lucky to have Gary at STEM.


Alicia Knobf


Alicia has been manning High School Study Hall and has been working to make sure kids are accounted for and working. She always looks for ways to do little things to help that help out a lot. Her thoughtfulness is a huge asset to STEM!

Annette Nason

Annette Nason


Always willing to lend a hand and put in a team effort where needed and does so with a smile!

McKenna Gimbel


Mrs. Gimbel worked hard to clean my EXTREMELY dirty fish tank. Me, my students, and my fish are very thankful for this!!!!

Nate Carpenter


Nate made teaching virtual so much easier quickly and efficiently on Wednesday morning! Thank you for always being ready and able to help at a moment’s notice!

Shelly Gude

Kristen Lunde

Alex Nardi

Amy Barker


Kristen & Shelly both offered to help out in the lunchroom and on the playground all day while the kindergarten team was on their field trip. Thank you so much for helping us out, it means a lot!


These two counselors have been super supportive of not only students but staff as well. Their communication, advocacy and advice are so very appreciated. They are both amazing individuals and STEM is lucky to have such caring and intelligent counselors for Middle School.

Carlos Martinez

Amy Pham

Jake McGillivray


These three new EAs have been rock stars in helping make sure driveline goes well, Study Hall is manned and lunches are watched and cleaned up after. They have shown leadership, and responsibility; and have been super flexible with testing and anything that they are asked to do. They are huge assets to STEM!

Jalene Vander Hook

Michelle Vitale

Shelly Vitale

Kyle Perret

Jeff Reinkensmeyer

Katie Hoffman


A big shout out to the teacher chaperones of the 8th/9th grade Boston trip! Your commitment to being responsible and empathetic resulted in an unforgettable and safe experience as 98 students traveled across the country, learned how to be more independent, and took on responsibility for themselves and their peers. You listened and cared for students as they navigated new experiences and new challenges, all while making this trip so much fun for everyone! You rock!

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