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New Teachers at MCC

By: Becky LeTendre, staff writer

August 30, 2006

Deb Boese - Special Education
 
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Deb Boese - Special Education
Isaac Harms - Social Studies 
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Isaac Harms - Social Studies
Andrew Malvin - English 
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Andrew Malvin - English
Boese, Harms, Malvin ready to greet students at Murray County Central
With the new school year just around the corner, the Murray County Central schools will have relatively few staffing changes this year. Three positions vacated have been filled by the following.

ANDREW MALVIN  

As the newest member of the teaching staff, Andrew Malvin will be filling the spot in the secondary English department that was vacated by retiree Sue Kohls this past spring. 

Malvin, a native of Dillworth, Minnesota, received his education at the Moorhead State University and comes prepared to share his enthusiasm for travel, speech and the outdoors with his students.

He will be teaching writing, English, American literature, creative writing, and mythology at the school this year.

ISAAC HARMS

Slayton native, Isaac Harms, will fill the spot left by Cory Strasser in the Social Studies department at the high school.  Harms graduated from Murray County Central school  in 1996 and went on to attend Northwest University in Roseville, Minnesota, receiving his teaching degree in 2001.  Later that year he taught at the school for one year.

Harms and wife, Kirsten, an elementary teacher in the district, have two children, three-year old Josie, and 1 1/2 year old Symone.  Prior to coming back to the school, Harms has served as Activities Director at the Shetek Baptist Camp as well as the director of youth and worship at the Skandia Church.

DEB BOESE

Rounding off the new staff list, Deb Boese will be returning to the school in the Special Education department. 

Boese moved to the Hadley area from rural Hoople, North Dakota, in July of 2004, when she and husband, Kerry, along with their three children, Logan, Ellie and Hannah, returned to the area where he was raised. 

She received her education from the Valley City State College in North Dakota and went on to earn her Masters Degree from the University of  North Dakota.  Prior to teaching at the Murray County Central schools, she taught in school in Grafton, North Dakota.


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