Student Advisory Group

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    We believe our students deserve to have a voice in how the school district provides for student learning and how our schools can be improved. That's why we created the District's first Student Advisory Group, that began in the fall of 2020.
     
    We invited students in grades 2nd through 12th to apply to be part of this new Student Advisory Group. This allows the students an opportunity to work directly with the Superintendent and District administrators, and to collaborate to help provide solutions to issues most important to students.
     
    Students that were selected (below) to be part of the advisory group meet regularly during the school year to discuss their interests, priorities and ideas for improving schools and student learning. Representatives of the group provide students in their schools with updates about School Board activities, and the Student Advisory Group chairperson will represent the group’s views to the School Board.
     
    PLEASE NOTE: Adhering to COVID-19 protocals, students are presently only meeting via Zoom.  


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Apply now for next year's Student Advisory Group (YOUTUBE)

SAG Representatives By School

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    Elementary SAG Team

    Elementary SAG Team

    Middle School SAG Team

    High School SAG Team


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    Atlas:

    Madison Wattan (5th)

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    Borah:

    Kitana McEvers (3rd)

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    Bryan:

    Scarlett McGinnis Green (5th)

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    Dalton:

    Lillian Kay McNamee (4th)

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    eSchool:

    Olivia Backs (3rd)

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    Fernan:

    Lilly Dirks (5th) 


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    Hayden Meadows:

    Coleton Harper (5th)

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    NExA:

    Teela Flewelling (3rd)

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    Ramsey:

    Marlowe Roan-Wade (2nd)

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    Skyway:

    Bryson Tarpley (5th)

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    Sorensen:

    Edison Druffel (4th)

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    Winton: 

    Amara Pecor (4th)


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    Canfield:

    Olivia Norwood (6)

    Caleb Torgenson (7)

    Caroline Sisk (7)

    Delaney Wise (8)


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    Lakes:

    Violet Zaike (6)

    Emma Dirks (7)

    Madelyn Moeller (7)

    Natalie Bates (8)


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    Woodland:

    Lydia Kirkbride (6)

    Elizabeth Nelson (7)

    Spencer Heasty (7)

    Sophia Olson (8)


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    CHS:

    Austin Smith (10)

    Dylan Jones (10)

    Alexander Nipp (10)

    Lucille Adams (9)


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    LCHS:

    Joshua Turner (12)

    Ainsley Brigham (11)

    Helenna O’Brien (12)

    Alexandria Jones (9)


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    VHS:

    Jordan St. Martin (12)

    Jolie Barbachano (11)

    Max Bazler (11)

    Keely Haynes (11)

SAG Teacher Advisors

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Degrees and Certifications:

BA Secondary English/Education, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA MFA Film & Television Writing, Chapman College, Orange, CA

Ms. Rachael Karns

High School Advisor
CHS Honors English Teacher

I love reading and writing and challenging students to discover their capabilities.  I ask for every student's best effort and best attitude. Every student in my class is worth educating, and I value their presence.  Learning is a partnership that can open so many doors. I'm looking forward to a wonderful year!

14 years of teaching experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Degrees and Certifications:

National Board Certified Teacher - Exceptional Needs Specialist M. S. Education - Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment - Walden University B. S. Education - Secondary Education English & Language Arts - University of Idaho

Ms. Jeni Nelson

Middle School Advisor
Lakes Middle School Teacher

Coeur d'Alene School District - Middle School Educator of the Year 2017-2018 

 

16th year teaching

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

 

 

 

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Degrees and Certifications:

Masters Degree in Education with an emphasis in Gifted and Talented Education from the University of Idaho.

Ms. Charlene Babb

Elementary School Advisor
Sorensen Magnet School of The Arts and Humanities Teacher 

Actively involved in the ITAG (Idaho Talented and Gifted Association) and have attended most every Gifted and Talented Conference provided in the area.