Four County Career Center in Archbold is welcoming seven new staff members for the 2018-19 school year.
Math instructor Tim Myers holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Eastern Mennonite University. Tim has been in education for the past 19 years. He lives in Archbold with his wife, Heather, and their three sons.
The new VOSE position is held by Carrie Nofziger. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Intervention Specialist from the University of Toledo and has spent four years in education. She lives in Wauseon with her husband, Lucas, and their son.
Guidance Counselor Holli Horn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Wellness/Corporate Fitness from Defiance College and a Master’s degree in School Counseling from Bowling Green State University. Holli has spent 14 years in education and lives in Defiance with her husband, Tom, and their three children.
A past graduate of FCCC, In-School Studies Monitor Steve Grimes spent the past 26 years working for the Bryan Police Department, where he recently retired. Steve lives in Bryan with his wife, Elizabeth, and they have two children.
Automotive Technologies instructor Tracy Harding holds an Associate’s degree in Auto Tech GM ASEP from Owens Community College, and is a past graduate of FCCC. He has worked at GM dealerships for the past 18 years and at the Edgerton Police Department for 16 years. This is Tracy’s first year in education. He lives in Bryan with his wife, Misty, and their four children.
Science instructor Drew Steyer holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Education from Bowling Green State University. Drew has been in education for two years and lives in Defiance.
Custodian Jenny Waldvogel has spent the past few years working as a custodian and the previous 23 years as a floral designer. Jenny lives in Stryker with her two children.