Mammoth school district welcomes new teachers

By John Hernandez

The new teachers for the Mammoth – San Manuel School District are Denise Fisher, Jessica Rice, Carrie Lu, Erin Hepler and Mark Rhoads.

Denise Fisher recently taught at Sierra Oaks School in Oracle. She will be teaching language arts at the junior high. Fisher will be forming the spelling bee team, and working with the National Junior High Honor Society.

Jessica Rice is a first year teacher. She is from Kentucky and will be teaching social studies, constitution and sociology classes.

Erin Hepler is the new music teacher she will be teaching band and choral as well as Elementary Music. Erin is from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area.

Carrie Lu lives in Oracle and will be the high school freshman science teacher. She has taught previously at the Vail School District.

Mark Rhoads has lived in the area for some time and has many years teaching experience. He will be bringing back the welding class to the high school and teaching auto technology. Mark will also be teaching wood shop at the junior high school.

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