Teacher of the Month

2022 - 2023 Teachers of the Month

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2022-2023 Teacher of the Month!

September 2022 – Stephanie Johannes

Stephanie Johannes Central High Schools Teacher of the Month for September 2022 is Stephanie Johannes. Stephanie has been teaching here at Central now for seven years and for her whole teaching career! She chose to become a teacher when she was working at the library and kids would come up and ask her for help with math. What she loves about school is that “There is always something new to learn to do better and to become better.” Something that brings her joy in her job is supporting her students and watching them grow and evolve over time. Stephanie’s message to the community is “Great things are happing in 305 and thank you for supporting us!”

Tony SlothowerOctober 2022 - Tony Slothower

Central High School's Teacher of the month for October 2022 is Tony Slothower. Tony has been teaching for 25 years and 17 of those years has been here at Central. He chose teaching "because I thought it would be a great way to give back and help inspire students. My inspiration was all of the great teachers I had." The most enjoyable part of what he does is when students are able to take what he has taught and apply it in their own lives. His message to parents and the community is "Keep supporting out youth, they are our future"

Traci PfeiferNovember 2022 - Traci Pfeifer

Central High Schools teacher of the month for November 2022 is Traci Pfeifer. Traci has been teaching for 23 years and all those years she has been with Central. She choose teaching because she had PE teachers in high school that where her inspiration to go into teaching P.E. Traci enjoys coming to school every day and loves working and interacting with the students. She also loves the great teachers she gets to work along side with in her department. What she enjoys most about teaching is getting to know her students and what they are interesting in outside of school or in school, she also loves to watch them compete in their sports/activities. Her message to the community is "I would tell parents to stay involved in their Childs school and know what is going on. We always want to give back to our community and we like the support from our community."