Teacher Tuesday Profile: Lisbeth Stull

This week we are highlighting the incomparable Lisbeth Stull!  She’s such a lovely spirit in our building!  Here’s more about Lisbeth:

What is your name, and what grade/specialty do you teach?
Lisbeth Stull – Instructional coach

Editor’s note:  Wondering what an Instructional Coach does? Check out this document that Lisbeth put together!  What is an Instructional Coach

Tell us a bit about your family.  Do you have kids?  If so, what ages are they?  Do you have pets?Lisbeth
My husband Shane and I have no children, but we have two very spoiled Golden Retrievers, Meli and Kai.  We also have two cats, Lucy and Callie.

What are your hobbies?  What do you love to do outside of work?
I am an artist and enjoy designing and teaching others to create using acrylics and multi-media elements.  Part of this hobby is travelling to other places to teach groups.  It is really fun to help others enjoy what I love to do!

How long have you been teaching, and how many years at Crescent Heights?
I was on the original staff that opened CHE in 1999 as the building Para.  In 2002 I student taught in Laura Maes’ room!  Then I spent several months in a long term sub position at Fern Hill.  The following fall I began teaching 3rd grade at CHE.  I have taught 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade here.

What’s the funniest thing a student has ever done in your class?
It is so hard to choose just one event!  I had a 3rd grade boy bring a tampon in his lunch, several students misquote their parents, and more questions than I can count that made me think “…ugh…how do I bow out of this one politely…”  I have the BEST job in the world!

If you weren’t a teacher, what else would you love to do as your career?
If I were to do everything over, I would do whatever I could to work for Disney.  I am a Disney fan and would love to be involved in their Imagineering program…or something artsy.

Tell us one thing you’d love for the families of Crescent Heights to know about you.
It is a privilege to be a part of the Crescent Heights Community.  The students, their families and the staff at CHE put children first.  The support of the Crescent Heights family is unmatched.  I am so grateful to be a part of this important work!

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