SYLACAUGA, Ala. – New employees are making their debut at Sylacauga City Schools today.

Indian Valley Elementary welcomes Treesha Roston and Teresa Fisher as PreK instructional assistants; Melissa Fillingame and Julie Hibbs, first grade teachers; Ashley Frew, Wrenn Griffith, and Bonnie Sears as second grade; and Jonie Mathis, instructional coach.

Pinecrest new teachers are Jessica Mathis and Emily Sullivan, third grade; Katherine Thompson, fourth grade; Tori Lee-Averitte, fifth grade; Leigha Hasha, special education; and Becky Murphy, special education instructional assistant.

New staff at Nichols-Lawson includes Mary Kane Walter, sixth grade history; Kelli Godwin, heath science; Susanne Ray, eighth grade English; Toddrick Carpenter, custodian; and Misti Harshberger, cheerleader coach.

Sylacauga High School new teachers are Angel Butler, math; Dustin Day, Spanish; Cassidy Elliff and Anthony Jacks, history; Kent Fullington, science and basketball head coach, and Tekerra Hale, bookkeeper.

Joining the Transportation department are new bus drivers Margaret Elliott and Stacy Sanders.

Jennifer Rosato, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, commented, “We are excited about the experience and enthusiasm our new employees bring. These highly-qualified individuals will join our current staff to have a positive impact on our students.”

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