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Hall High School has 10 new staff members this year.
Technology and vocational training will be led by Troy Bauer, who will help coach the golf team. He received an associates of science degree from Illinois Valley Community College, studied a semester abroad at Leicester University, and earned a bachelor in technology education degree at Illinois State University. He previously taught at Holy Cross School in Mendota.
Brittney Berger is the new school counselor. She comes to Hall after a counseling internship at Sterling High School. She worked as a business analyst at Baxter Healthcare. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from Marquette University and a masters from DePaul University.
Brandon Czubachowski will direct the band and chorus this year. He comes to Hall with experience spanning from junior high to junior college and university level music instruction. He has a bachelor of fine arts in education degree for band and chorus, masters of fine arts and sciences in music education, instrumental conducting, and vocal performance, and masters of educational administrations and foundations.
Julie DeAngelo is the secretary for the AD office. She received her associate’s degree from IVCC.
The new math teacher is Brian Holman. He comes to Hall after teaching math for six years at Newark. He will be the varsity girls basketball and varsity softball coach. He is a graduate of Illinois State University.
Dan Kasperski is the new custodian. He has 25 years of experience performing operational and custodial duties.
Spanish will be taught by Katie Lawrence. She previously taught at Annawan High. She will sponsor the Spanish club. She graduated from St. Ambrose University with a degree in accounting and Spanish and earned a Masters of Education from the University of Phoenix.
Scott Maurice Schennum is the new Life Skills Para Professional. He was a substitute teacher locally. He has a bachelor’s degree in public relations and MIS from Western Illinois University.
The position of maintenance director was filled by Mark Scheri, who has worked for more than 20 years as an electrician/mechanic in the industrial maintenance field.
The new library aide is Megan Uphoff. She previously worked as paraprofessional at Fieldcrest High School. She received a bachelor of social science degree at Benedictine University and is working toward a masters in liberal studies at North Central College. Mrs. Uphoff is the head volleyball coach.
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