STMA recognizes retirees

St. Michael-Albertville School District retirees were recently recognized for their dedicated years of service to the district, its students and families. The program recognized each retiree’s contribution to the district. School board members presented each retiree with a plaque and life time activities pass. Front row, left to right, are school board members Drew Scherber and Jeanne Holland, with retirees Joan Bykowski, speech pathologist, 34 years; Tim Bylowski, art teacher, 35 years; Patti Jaeb, kitchen manager, 21 years; and school board chairperson Doug Birk. Back row: Franklin Blake, head custodian, 40 years; school board members Gayle Weber and Carol Steffens; and Joyce Casey, high potential teacher, 34 years. Not pictured are Marcia Schirber, para educator, 20 years; Debra Thornburgh, custodian, three years; and Karen Volkenant, math teacher, 31 years.

St. Michael-Albertville School District retirees were recently recognized for their dedicated years of service to the district, its students and families. The program recognized each retiree’s contribution to the district. School board members presented each retiree with a plaque and life time activities pass. Front row, left to right, are school board members Drew Scherber and Jeanne Holland, with retirees Joan Bykowski, speech pathologist, 34 years; Tim Bylowski, art teacher, 35 years; Patti Jaeb, kitchen manager, 21 years; and school board chairperson Doug Birk. Back row: Franklin Blake, head custodian, 40 years; school board members Gayle Weber and Carol Steffens; and Joyce Casey, high potential teacher, 34 years. Not pictured are Marcia Schirber, para educator, 20 years; Debra Thornburgh, custodian, three years; and Karen Volkenant, math teacher, 31 years.

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