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Faculty & Staff

Theresa Christensen - Principal

John Scovill - Assistant Principal



Nancy Bateson - Adminstrative Asst.
Jill Williams - Secretary
Jo Ann Bigler - Secretary
Alida Flores - Community Outreach
Andrea Bennett
David Castellanos-Fuentas
Kaisa Mortensen
Emily Gummersall

First Grade

Janet McCall
Mikol Alder
Heather Saunders
Shannon Tilby

Second Grade

Patti Zealley
Kimberly Reynolds
Cherie Lawson
Amber Gustin (1st/2nd)

Third Grade

Jennifer Rasband
Joy Edman
Caley Judd
Katie Morrell

Fourth Grade

Jeremiah Edwards
Mariah Stout
Cody Rindlisbacher
Christie Smith

Fifth Grade

Carolyn Videtich
Melissa Raymond
Rivka Cook
Shanda Sorensen

Sixth Grade

Wendy Gardner
Stefanie Walker
Belle Hollandsworth
Isaac Woolf
Special Education
Deborah Craver                               
Nikki Hurst                        
Denise Perkins                  
Zoe Curry                          
Instructional Coach
 Laurie Murdock               
Beverly Taylor Sorensen Grant Teacher
Jessica Brinton                
Jessica Bullock - Kindergarten aide
Brittney Roesbery - Kindergarten aide
Laura Lane - Literacy aide
Amanda Oakes - Literacy aide
Camerin Lopez - Literacy aide
Karen Hooper - Literacy lead/Safety aide
Sharey Bradford - Literacy aide
Julie Gonzalez-Literacy aide
January Davis - ELL aide
Lucy Gilbert - Wellness room
April Munanui - SpEd aide
Karie Erickson - Recess aide
Open - Critical needs/Recess aide
MaryAnn Espinoza - Critical needs/Recess aide
Shelly Danielson - Recess aide
Colleen Pepper-STEM
Heather Long - Character Ed
Cody Briggs - P.E.
Miranda Gibson
Zoii Nethery
Nutrition Services
Terilyn Moffett - Manager  terilyn.
Ruth Curtis
Linsey Hansen
Joyce Stapley
Elsa Sigala
Kathya Mendez Banuelos
Andrea Traina
Brett Beyer - Head custodian
Jada Sobriec - 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 Associate LEA Specific Professional
Falcon Ridge Elementary Elementary 2.9% 0.0% 97.1%