Mrs. Melenia Stryker
The newest member of the TBS team is Mrs. Stryker, our school secretary. We were able to convince Mrs. Stryker to leave her position as a Customer Service Supervisor in order to engage in another Customer Service position: our school constituency! We are happy to have Mrs. Stryker, who is also a school mom, on the team! Welcome aboard! email@example.com
Mrs. Antonia Noboa
The sweet-natured and kind-hearted Mrs. Noboa works with our K4B class and daycare. She is originally from Spain. You won't meet a more pleasant person. And, it goes without saying that she is great with kids. But, we said it anyway.
Miss Emily Skutt
Daycare/Teaching Assistant/TBC Volleyball Coach
Miss Skutt is assisting in our kindergarten/daycare department. She grew up in Temple Baptist Church. We're excited that she also coaching for the TBC Volleyball Team. Like her family, she is quite musical (Skutt=Music) and often sings with her family in church.
Mrs. Claudia Key
Mrs. Key is well known for her kind and genial disposition. She is one of several wonderful music teachers.
Mrs. Christina DeVane
Mrs. DeVane came to Temple to minister to our youth with her husband Scott (our youth pastor) but it turns out she is an accomplished pianist. And she is another one of our fine piano teachers. (She hails from Minnesota.)
Mrs. Hannah Lund
Our cheerful Mrs. Lund teaches piano. Recently, her role at TBS has been reduced due to the arrival of Peter Lund, the Lund's baby boy, but she's still serving by teaching piano. Peter is going to be quite the musician!
MIss Annie Bennett
Technically, Miss Bennett works on the church side, but you might see her smiling face in the school office from time to time. She's a California girl. Miss Bennett ably serves as our church secretary.
Mr. Dave Parde
Buildings and Grounds
Dave is tasked with overseeing our buildings and grounds. We appreciate that his good-natured and humorous approach to a difficult task. He's originally from Kansas. (And a fan of the KC Chiefs!)
Mrs. Jeanette Skutt
The hard working Mrs. Skutt might not be seen, but her work is invaluable to our school. We appreciate her desire to keep our buildings clean - a tough job with 250+ kids to undo her work. We also appreciate the fact that she has fun with our students and enjoys our special Spirit Days!