Faculty and Staff
Rosemary Fischer, Principal, Grade 5-9 Teacher
So, who is Mrs. Rosemary Fischer? And why is she in education? Well….Her love for teaching began in her first year as a student missionary, where she taught 39 adorable First Graders on a tiny little island called Majuro in the Marshall Islands. She was so hooked that upon returning to college, she quickly changed her degree from Social Work to Education and missed teaching so much she went back overseas a second time.
Since graduating from college, she has been blessed to teach all grades, at some point or another, from Grades 1 – 9. But as every teacher knows, learning never stops and she pursued a Master’s Degree in “Educational Administration”.
A few years after receiving her Masters Degree, she changed the direction of her teaching and homeschooled their youngest for several years (and ran a small business on the side), but she is happy to be back to school! It’s absolutely thrilling to work with the team here! They are supportive, caring and patient!
Our goal here is not only to educate, but to find a way each day to draw ourselves, each other, and our families (students and parents/guardians) deeper into a relationship with God. And we are praying that God richly blesses each and every one of us as we enter this new school year!
Dorothy Bogan, Grade K-4 Teacher
“A Little About Me: I have taught multi-grades for over 25 years. I have spent the majority of those years teaching Kindergarten to Gr. 2. My favourite subjects to teach are Math and Science. Last year I taught Grades 4-6 and loved working with this age group. I am looking forward to another fun year! I have one daughter, who got married last Sept. I live in Armstrong on a farm. I enjoy spending time with my pets and farm animals. I also like photography – especially taking photos of all our animals and plants.
My favourite author is Karen Kingsbury, I think I've read every book she's written.” You can contact Mrs. Bogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.