Mrs. Ann Lear
Education is my passion. I come from a long line of teachers, and I am just as passionate today as I was my very first year. God brought me to St. John’s after a short hiatus from thirty two years of teaching. I began at St. John’s five years ago as the Preschool Director. From there I was asked to become the administrator for the Preschool and Kindergarten through 8th. It has been and continues to be a wonderful journey in faith and teaching. We are growing each year. This is due to the outstanding staff, the Board of Christian Education, the Trustees, as well as the support of the church and parents. We are all working together to develop strong students spiritually, academically, physically, and socially. This is the blessing of a lifetime, and I take it very seriously. Thank you for this opportunity to spend time with your family.
My name is Beth Griffith. I am the High 5’s Pre-K teacher. We will have lots of successes this year together. I will encourage your child to explore and learn many new things through books, singing, writing, painting, and physical activities. Learning to create; be a risk-taker (to try new things); be able to resolve conflicts peacefully with others; be proud of one’s accomplishments and be respectful will help prepare your child for kindergarten. I look forward to meeting with you and working together for your child.
My name is Corwin Ryck. I grew up in Jefferson City, MO. In 2007 I graduated from Jefferson City High School. In 2011 I graduated from Westminster College in Fulton, MO with a BA in Elementary Education. I taught second grade at St. Peter’s Catholic School. I then got married to Jennifer Hugenburg and moved to Hannibal. I joined the Army National Guard as a military police officer. This will be my fourth year at St. John’s Lutheran School.
I have two beautiful daughters. Callie will be attending St. John’s this year and Nichole was born this past March. I also have two dogs (Bailey and Lucky) and two cats (Katniss and Addie). I enjoy running and doing Ju-jitsu as a hobby when I’m not working.
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