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Marad Elementary School New Teacher Kristi Shaw

Marado Primary School has welcomed new 4th grade teachers for the 2022-2023 school year. Christie Schow will be working with 4th graders this year.

Schow has been very busy with her education over the last few years and recently graduated from Western Governors College in Primary Education.

Mrs. Schow is excited to work with 4th graders on social emotional learning and how to be a leader. She looks forward to working with and helping develop the country’s future leaders.

Along with starting his career as an educator, Shaw is well known in the Oneida School District. She has worked as the head coach of her softball team at Marad High School for the last few years. She has helped her team become state champions over the past three seasons.

Shaw and her husband, Dave Shaw, have three sons: Tate, 22, who works at Logan, Dex, 19, who attends Utah State University, and Jess, 15, a sophomore at MHS. increase.

When asked about her hobbies, Schow replied:

Marad Elementary Welcomes Natalie Rice as New Kindergarten Teacher

Reiss is the daughter of David and Krishele Jensen. She is married to Eric Reese, son of Sean and Alisa Reese. As such, she has a strong bond back to Malad.

Natalie is not the new face of the Oneida School District. She grew up in Marado, passed through the Oneida School District, and she graduated from Marado High School in 2016. She began her education at Utah State University, after which she took a brief hiatus to engage in the ministry of the latter Jesus her Christian church. – Day Saints of the Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission.

After returning from his mission, Rice continued his education. She married Eric Rice in 2020.

Reiss graduated from Utah State University in May 2022 with two degrees in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education.

In February 2022, while tutoring students, I learned that there was a job opportunity teaching third graders in Malad after the teacher got another job. Student teachers can apply for this job and use their classroom experience to earn a degree in teaching. Reiss applied and got a teaching position. She returned to her home and began teaching her third grade.

“It was tough, but one of the best decisions I’ve ever made,” says Reiss. “I never thought I would be back in Malad anymore, but I loved teaching that class and had the best students who patiently accepted what I learned. It was fun, but it was sad to see them leave me so quickly.”

Natalie and Eric Rice will officially return to Marad this summer, with Natalie teaching full-time kindergarten. I’m excited about

“This is something I’ve wanted for a long time, but I wasn’t sure if it was a realistic dream,” Reese said. It’s been a lot of fun getting ready for.”

Reiss comes from a family of teachers. “It’s not something we all planned, but it comes naturally to us and it’s something we enjoy,” she added. It’s a support system.” In fact, this summer we decided to put all the knowledge and experience we had and started a business of creating learning materials to engage children called Jensen Sisters Learning Materials. did. I love coming up with new ideas and creating new resources with my sisters. ”

Reese and her sister, Janary Youngblood, graduated from Utah State University with degrees in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. Jannery currently teaches at Summit Academy in Bluffdale, Utah. Her sister Kristol Jensen is also pursuing the same degree and she will graduate in two years. Her sister-in-law Ashley Jensen is also an Elementary Education major and works with the Oneida School District through IHLA. Reese’s mother, Chrishell Jensen, teaches at Mallad Middle School. Both of her grandmothers were teachers, as were her grandfather and great-grandmother.

When Reiss isn’t creating teaching materials, her hobbies include piano, ukulele, paddleboarding, pickleball, reading, and drawing with Sharpies.

Coby Crozier, the new teacher at Marad High School

Mallad High School welcomed a new teacher, Coby Crozier, who is also head football coach and teaches conditioning and physical education.

Crozier graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Education. After graduating, Crozer was offered a job teaching physical education and health from kindergarten in Rock Springs, Wyoming, to his senior year for a year. Then in Ogden, Utah he taught physical education and health from 7th grade to 9th grade for two years.

Crozier has been working hard at Malad High School since taking over as head football coach in June. A previous edition of Idaho Enterprises featured him as the new coach, who is married, has one young child, and recently moved to the community.

Ashlee and Jarek Crossley join staff at Malad Schools

Ashley Crossley joined the staff at Marad Elementary School this year, working as a kindergarten part-time teacher and resource teacher.

Crossley grew up in Preston, Idaho and graduated from Preston High School in 2016. After her high school, she attended Idaho State University and studied psychology for her first two years, but she soon realized that it wasn’t what she wanted to do. She switched to gaining her peers in her general studies and then decided to study her education. She spent her four years at Idaho State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education. She just graduated in May 2022.

Crossley grew up in a family of three where she was the oldest. She has one younger sister and one younger brother. She married her high school sweetheart Jerek Crossley in 2017. Together we have a little black cat named Tinker and a long-haired dachshund named Bruno.

Crossley is looking forward to doing what he loves. “I love being with my kids,” she added. I love the little glow in their eyes when they learn something new. ”

Crossley has a variety of hobbies, including horseback riding, gaming, watching movies, and spending time with his family.

Crossley’s are always looking to meet new friends, find something fun to do, and are very excited to be part of the community.

Jarek Crossley has been added to the staff of Malad High School for the 2022-23 school year. Crossley specifically teaches physical sciences and biology.

Crossley grew up in Preston, Idaho. He continued his education at Idaho State University, graduating with a BA in Ecology and Conservation Biology in 2019. He enrolled in his Master of Education or his MAT program in January.

Jarek Crossley and his wife Ashley moved to Pocatello to attend college in Pocatello and moved back to Preston until recently moving to Malado and buying their first home.

Crossley is the second oldest of four siblings. He grew up on a small cow farm. Both of his parents are also high school teachers. His mother teaches science and his father is an agriculture teacher in Preston. His wife is also from Preston and has just finished tutoring her students. Ashlee Crossley teaches Kindergarten at Malad Elementary School.

Crossley looks forward to inspiring you through science. His goal is to show how good science can be and how to think like a scientist.

His hobbies include snowboarding, games, horseback riding, and have an interest in learning blacksmithing. He is also interested in science, primarily biology, especially ichthyology, the study of fish.

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