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Bremen staff guiding students

August 29, 2012

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The Bremen High School started off the 2012-13 school year with the following educators and staff (from left): Front row — Aaron McNeely (earth science), Teresa King (guidance counselor/English), Judy Brinkhoff (copy assistant), Mindi Slone (English), Kathy Cullers (math), Jennifer Heiter (English), Kristi Monesmith (English), Chad Berger (vocational agriculture), Matt Sutton (instrumental music), and Bruce Jennings (principal); middle row — Nate McKeand (assistant principal), Steve Gall (technology coach), Rose Kaseweter (Spanish), Mardell Miller (guidance), Kathy Overmyer (vocal music), Mischell Browning (chemistry and biology), Tracie Vermillion (special education), Ashley Boardman (art), Amber Reed (business), Melissa Manges (guidance), Andrew Rohde (math), and Bob Holmes (business); and back row — Joe Rallo (social studies — maternity leave substitute), Jenny Meyer (math and physics), Joe Ruple (English), Louise Keck (Spanish), Andrea Ailes (special education), Patti Davis (P.E. and health), Beth Huppert (family and consumer sciences), John Kucela (math), Kyle Hanyzewski (social studies), Mark Yoder (P.E. and social studies), Troy Holmes (athletic director), and Kevin Ecenbarger (biology).
BHS staff not pictured inched: Naomi Enamorado (athletic secretary), Keith Board (industrial technology), Lori Hundt (special education), Randi Brooke (special education), Sandy Moser (special education), Janet Miller (media center), Lori Nykiel (media center), Laura Watts (social studies), and Jeanette Rarick (alternative education/media center).

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