Blair Pike, Academic Intervention
Hello, my name is Blair Pike and I am originally from Garrett County Maryland. I graduated from Frostburg State University with both my Undergrad and Master’s Degree. I have worked in Hampshire County, West Virginia and recently moved back to my home town! I have a husband who works at Southern Middle School and a beautiful daughter named Reagan. I like to travel however, the only other country I have been to is Ireland. When travel isn’t possible; I like to hike, read, and crochet.
Hannah Crabtree, Academic Intervention
Gina Thayer, Academic Intervention
I attended Fairmont State University for my Bachelor's degree and West Virginia University for my Master's degree. I've taught in West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland. I'm a native of Tucker County, West Virginia, so I'm close to my roots. So excited to be in a new position this year as an Academic Intervention Specialist. It's going to be a Great Year!!!!
Dr. Suzanne Wilburn, Academic Intervention
Erica Foley, Literacy Coach
Amy Warnick, Math Coach
Kelly Dillon, Special Education
My name is Kelly Dillon. It is a pleasure to live and work in Western Maryland. I have been teaching for 26 years in Maryland, 21 years in Anne Arundel County. My husband and I lived in the Annapolis area for 25 years until we moved up here permanently to our log cabin in 2017. We are so grateful to live in Accident, MD. I grew up in Harford County, Maryland. I attended Frostburg State University and Towson University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. I earned a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on science from Loyola University. I have taught third, fourth, fifth, eighth, and Gifted and Talented students in the past. I love teaching, and feel blessed to have the opportunity to teach in Garrett County as well. I love to read and paint in my spare time. I love to watch football and baseball, and yes I am a Baltimore fan!
Bethany Frieri, Special Education
Stacey Rogers, Special Education - Leslie Millar, Long Term Substitute