ISKL Welcomes New Faculty For The 2022-2023 Academic Year

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All my teachers are simply amazing since they all had that desire to make me better. You can tell that they like what they’re doing and that they also really like the students they’re teaching. Even though I’ve been here for four years, I’ve been able to make a connection with each of them. All of them are people I’ll remember for the rest of my life. – Arif Muhamad (‘22)

An ISKL education encourages students to be future-ready, self-directed, and successful in managing real-world complexities. As we prepare for a new academic year, we are #ISKLproud to welcome and introduce our new faculty members! They are:

  • Andrew Graydon, MS Humanities Teacher
  • Blair Newton, HS Psychology
  • Brooke Alderson, MS/HS LCE teacher
  • Catherine Hayes, ES Classroom Teacher (Grade 5)
  • Charisa Farvolden, MS Math & Science
  • Ciara-Mei See Wun Cheng, ES Classroom Teacher (Grade 2)
  • Christina Morgan, ES Classroom Teacher (Grade 3)
  • Frederick Biggar, IB Film
  • Giselle Caretto, ES Classroom Teacher (Grade 5)
  • Jake Stockman, Director of HS Athletics
  • Jeff Steuernagel, HS Counselor
  • Lisa Memmott Hall, ES Classroom Teacher (Grade 4)
  • Maheswaran Balaraman, HS Science & PRAXIS Teacher
  • Nicole Goerss, MS Humanities
  • Noah Daniel Sturrock, HS Physical Education
  • Philippus Jacobus Oosthuizen, MS Drama
  • Rafael González Acosta, ES Spanish
  • Sarah Mannino, HS Social Studies
  • Shaun Vincent McGuigan, MS/HS Teaching and Learning Coordinator

From studying endangered hornbills to being brunch aficionados, we invite you to meet new Panthers who will bring a wealth of experience and skills to support our students in discovering their passions, developing their competencies, and having an ethical impact on the world. 

 

Welcome to the ISKL community, Panthers. The best is yet to come!

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