R-2 School District directors approve resignations, retirements, employments

By Roxie Murphy, Staff Writer
Posted 3/16/22

The Gasconade County R-2 School District on Feb. 22 accepted the following resignations, retirements and transfers.

Resignations were approved with a 6-0 vote for the end of the school year for …

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R-2 School District directors approve resignations, retirements, employments

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The Gasconade County R-2 School District on Feb. 22 accepted the following resignations, retirements and transfers.

Resignations were approved with a 6-0 vote for the end of the school year for Jared Tharp, GES principal, Dione Kandlbinder, GES third grade teacher, Regina Grube, OES kindergarten teacher, Susan Stanton, OHS special education teacher, Ryan Okenfuss from his position as the activities/athletic director, and Janet Rademacher, OHS science.

Retirements were approved for the end of the school year with a 6-0 vote for Teresa Schulte, Middle School Principal, and Judy Glaser, Title One Intervention teacher.

Dr. Staci Johnson’s contract was extended with a 6-0 vote as assistant superintendent through the 2023-24 school year. 

Also extended with a 6-0 vote through the 2022-23 school year were Kris Altemeyer, OHS principal; Tami Bobbitt, director of special services; Kelley Brown, OMS assistant principal; John Bunch, OHS assistant principal; Casey Fisher, director of technology; Tricia Ridder OES principal; and Brad Royle, OES assistant principal.

The following employments were approved with a 6-0 vote for Taylor Ruth, OMS assistant track coach; Michaela Williams, substitute teacher; Debra Hempelmann, substitute nurse; Jessica Thomeczek, seventh-grade science teacher; Jennifer Huff, special education teacher; Hannah Faulkner, seventh-grade special education teacher; Erin Kramme, special education teacher; Justin Lowe, long-term substitute teacher first-grade special education; and Jenna Gregor, long-term para, first-grade special education. One transfer was approved with a 6-0 vote for Amy Quertermous, from eighth grade to OHS English teacher.

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