Mrs. Bishop

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Mrs. Bishop

My name is Rachel Bishop, I have attended BYU-I (Ricks), CSI, and WGU, this is my first year teaching. I have a wonderful husband and 3 beautiful girls! I love to do things with my family! I am the oldest of 9 children and I love to get together with all of them and their families and play! I enjoy everything! I love to play games and spend time with family! Our family loves to go boating in the summer and play in the snow in the winter! I love to learn new things and love to see when kids learn something new!

 

 

 

 

 Mrs. Cooper

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 Mrs. Whatcott

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Mrs. Whatcott

My name is Lisa Whatcott, I am from Payson Utah. I graduated from BYU and have been teaching for 26 years. My husband Dan, is a Biomedical Engineer and owns his own company. My daughter Candice just graduated from Boise State in Psychology. She plans to go to grad school to become an occupational therapist. My son Justin is attending CSI in chemical engineering. My daughter Katrina is in 5th grade and is an absolute joy in our family. I enjoy reading, walking the dog, and exploring. I decided to become a teacher when I was in the ninth grade because I loved all subjects in school.

 

 

 Anderson

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We never really said ‘goodbye’ to Robin Anderson when she retired two years ago because we knew she would come back. Being a kind, conscientious, teacher is in Robin’s blood so this year she teamed up with Sue Cooper and together they are the Anderson/Cooper class. Robin taught school for 41 years (which is a remarkable feat!) before she retired two years ago. Since then she has substituted for our school for 1 ½ years and now is back to her favorite place to teach – fourth grade! Robin graduated from BYU and has since traveled to many places around the world. Some of her favorite places have been Switzerland, Ireland, and Wales. She likes to tend her flower gardens and loves to read. Right now, Robin is reading the Michal Vey series by Richard Paul Evans and would highly recommend these for your reading pleasure. Her fourth grade class is being introduced to the Janitors series by Tyler Whitesides. Robins hopes her class will enjoy this literature as much as she does. Robin finds this piece of wisdom works well in her life. “No matter how bad the day is, there’s a new day tomorrow.” You’ll find Robin a pleasant, interesting, fun person to get to know. Eureke math will be her challenge this year and she’ll do great with that test because Robin works hard at everything she does. Welcome back!