Ravenna Schools welcome new staff

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The Ravenna School District has many new staff members in new positions. Of the 364 staff members in Ravenna, 117 are in a different place than they were last year, and 47 of those are new. They include administrators Lee Munoz, director of teaching and learning for grades 6-12; Jon Lane and Beth Coleman, assistant principals at Ravenna High School. New teachers at the high school include Richard Sullivan, social studies; Aubrey Deaton, English; Craig Smith, health and physical education; Laura Bucy, family and consumer science; Ree Wickerham, Spanish; Monica Currey, science; Chelsey Donaugh, science; Caitlin Cahill, math; Matthew Altieri, Luke Stopp and MaryKate Freeman, intervention specialists; and Tianhong Zhang, Mandarin Chinese. New staff members at Brown Middle School include Margaret VanFossen, school counselor; Abigail Schlarb, gifted intervention specialist; Ashley Bault, 6th grade language arts and math; Nathan Morrison, 6th grade science; Stacy Latham, science; Pamela Martin, family and consumer science; Brian Callahan, health and physical education; Erin May, computer and Aaron Henderickson, intervention specialist.

New teachers at Carlin include Anna Metrisin, first grade; and Courtney Rutan, physical education. Rutan also will teach physical education at Willyard Elementary School.

Teachers at West Main Elementary School include Betsy Kovacic, third grade; Amie Brackenrich, fourth grade and Carmen Link, intervention specialist.

Teachers at Willyard Elementary School include Rebecca Cargould, intervention specialist; Joelle Rosenfeld, third grade; Daniel Kalleres, fifth grade and Kelsi Vidal, reading.

Nicholas Petrosino will be the library media specialist for the district.

Other new staff includes Kathryn Wolenski, hearing impaired; Sarah Zimmerman, speech and language pathologist; and school psychologists Kristen Marvinney and Linda Spriggs.

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