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Faculty & Staff


Theresa Christensen - Principal

John Scovill - Assistant Principal



Nancy Bateson - Administrative Asst.

Jill Williams - Secretary

Jo Ann Bigler - Secretary


Alida Flores - Community Outreach


Miranda Blanton

Savannah McDonald


Kaisa Mortensen

Emily Gummersall

Jani Brown

First Grade

Janet McCall

Heather Saunders

Mikol Alder

Caley Judd

Second Grade

Patti Zealley

Amber Gustin


Christie Smith

Kate Stout

Third Grade

Jennifer Rasband

Joy Edman

Katie Morrell

Fourth Grade

Mariah Stout

Shannon Tilby

Cody Rindlisbacher

Sarah Shelton

Fifth Grade

Carolyn Videtich

Melissa Raymond

Rivka Cook

Shanda Sorensen

Isaac Woolf

Sixth Grade

Wendy Gardner

Belle Hollandsworth

Stefanie Walker

Special Education
Deborah Craver
   Nikki Hurst
    Denise Perkins
School Psychologist
     Zoe Curry
Instructional Coach
  Laurie Murdock
Beverly Taylor Sorensen Grant Teacher

Jessica Brinton

Academic Interventionist
Kim Reynolds

Jessica Bullock - Kindergarten aide

Sharey Bradford - Literacy aide

Amanda Oakes - Literacy aide

Hilary Brockbank

Justus Warner - Wellness room

Danielle Deming - SpEd aide

Alena Sperry -SpEd aide


MaryAnn Espinoza - SpEd aide

Shelly Danielson - Recess aide


Chelsea Snow - Recess aide

Karie Erickson - Recess aide

Cody Briggs - P.E.

Colleen Pepper-STEM

Heather Long - Character Ed


Miranda Gibson

Zoii Nethery

Nutrition Services

Terilyn Moffett - Manager


Joyce Stapley

Ruth Curtis

Linsey Hansen

Elsa Sigala

Kathya Mendez Banuelos

Andrea Traina


Brett Beyer - Head custodian

Jada Sobczak - Night supervisor

The Utah State Board of Education may grant an educator one of the following education licenses:

  1. Professional Educator License – a license issued to an individual who has demonstrated all of the State established competencies to be an educator.
  2. Associate Educator License – a license issued to an individual who has met a minimum set of educator requirements and is completing all professional educator requirements to receive a Professional Educator License.
  3. Local Education Agency (LEA)-specific Educator License – a license issued to an individual, approved by the local Board of Education, who has met locally defined competencies to be an educator.

An LEA-specific license area or endorsement may include:

  • Out of State and Internationally licensed educators completing Utah licensing requirements.
  • Educators waiting for university license recommendations.
  • Educators with expired Utah licenses.
  • Educators working towards an Associate license area/endorsement.
  • Career and Technical Education educators completing skills testing.
  • Educators waiting to begin a university licensure program.

Schools may employ individuals holding LEA-specific Educator Licenses, as well as Professional and Associate Educator Licenses, as outlined below based on the employee’s FTE:

Location Type Fully Qualified Educators who are teaching under LEA Specific or are not Qualified Educators in an Associate Program to become Professional Qualified
Falcon Ridge Elementary Elementary 94.12% 2.94% 2.94%