In addition to dozens of new educators, Enumclaw High School students will be able to enjoy a new commons area. Photo by Kevin Hanson

In addition to dozens of new educators, Enumclaw High School students will be able to enjoy a new commons area. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Enumclaw welcomes new faces in schools, district office

Check out the new educators and other school staff.

New teachers are being welcomed throughout the Enumclaw School District, in individual school buildings and at the district level.

• Kibler Elementary School

Tiffany (Steph) Asmundson, fourth grade

Ashlee Ivie, special education and dean

Jami Tait, Title I teacher

Joslyn Taylor, teacher

Westwood Elementary School

Amanda Baldacci, second grade

Sydney Brown, kindergarten

Michelle Eilers, special education

Black Diamond Elementary School

Kristah Coonradt, fifth grade

Sunrise Elementary School

Madison Hughes, fourth grade

Enumclaw Middle School

Kim Hahn, special education

Rebecca Hicken, science

Basia Kasprzyk, English

Lena McLaughlin, history

Maurine Terry, history

Thunder Mountain Middle School

Erica Bonthuis, math

Sophia Pham, PLTW

Enumclaw High School

Kim Hatzenbeler, Spanish

Kami Johnson, counselor

District Office

Janet Hammond, speech language pathologist

Bridget Howell, psychologist

Sharon Hughes, speech language pathologist

Marianna Manzano-Moudy, speech language pathologist

Birth to Five Center

Karen Hanson, developmental preschool


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