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Cocalico welcomes new teachers
Cocalico School District recently welcomed several new teachers and long-term substitutes for the 2013-14 school year. Teachers who are new to the district and participated in an orientation program include: Lauren Baxter, middle school communication arts; Brenda Mason, second grade at Adamstown Elementary; Kali Short, middle school communication arts and Elise Wysocki, kindergarten at Reamstown Elementary.
The following individuals also participated in new teacher orientation and will join the district as long-term substitutes: Kelly Cherrie, first grade at Denver Elementary; Erika Jenkins, middle school learning support; Megan Lamm, high school physical education; and Roseanne Milligan, fifth grade at Denver Elementary.