Meet the Teachers

Meet the Trailblazers
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Mr. Black- Social Studies Teacher
Mr. Black has been teaching for 18 years.
He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, playing tennis, and meeting famous people.  He hopes one day he can continue his career after teaching by becoming a stand up comedian! (That is if he ever finds some good jokes!).


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Mrs. Jesko- Math Teacher
This is Mrs. Jesko's 9th year of teaching.
She graduated from BGSU and obtained a master's degree from Heidelberg University.
Mrs. Jesko is married and has two dogs, Maizie and Addie. 
She loves to spend time with her family, crafting, shopping
listening to country music, hiking and going camping in her spare time.



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Mrs. Ragan- Language Teacher
Mrs. Ragan has been teaching for 14 years. She graduated from Wittenberg University and earned her master's degree while attending The University of Toledo.
Within the district, Mrs Ragan has a son who is a senior and a daughter who is in 9th grade.
She has a Newfoundland named Maya, two cats, and a guinea pig.
In her spare time, Mrs. Ragan enjoys running, playing the piano, reading, and coaching.


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Mrs. Schoenrock- Intervention Specialist
Mrs. Schoenrock has been teaching for 9 years, with 4 of them at Fallen Timbers Middle School. She attended Upper Arlington High School where she played Field Hockey and Lacrosse.   She graduated from Bowling Green State University with both her bachelors and masters degrees.  Mrs. Schoenrock has been married for 6 years. She has two sons, Richard and William.  She also has a dog named Bauer who is like her third child! 




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