Paige Wilson is a first year Photography teacher at Harding Charter Preparatory High School. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Fashion Marketing and 5 years of professional photography experience. Paige enjoys traveling to other cities to collaborate with artists and other professionals in the fashion and photography industry.
Category: 2016 Participants
Debbie Frankenberg is a librarian at Purcell High School and Purcell Elementary School. She is an adviser for The Torch, the Student Council, and the senior class. She enjoys working with the youngest students at the beginning of their literacy careers and also with teens who have mastered the art of reading and read everything they can get their hands on.
Retired, Rehired, & Rebooted by OSMI Online Media Training at OU. Adding new Marketing/DECA/Multi-media program at Indiahoma High School with an online blog http://warrior1world.edublogs.org, a youtube weekly newscast WarriorWorld News, and student Facebook -twitter-instagram accounts.
Lauren Peck-Weisenfels is employed at Poteau High School where she serves as an English III/Journalism/Speech/Drama teacher. She sponsors the Poteau Pirate Log online newspaper, Potonian Yearbook, Thespian Troupe #3283, Debate/Forensics team, Mock Trial team, and color guard. She holds a BA in Communication/Theatre Arts from Sterling College (KS) and a MA in Theatre Production and Design from Southern Oregon University.
Jamie Weston, Ada High School, teaches Journalism and serves as faculty adviser for the online publications, The Cougar Call and Cougar Tales. Weston’s other teaching duties include AP Language and Composition, English III, and Creative Writing/Film as Lit. In her spare time, Weston enjoys reading and spending time with her children.
Amber is the Business Technology teacher at Little Axe High School, located just east of Norman, OK. This current year she will be starting her fourth year of teaching. Some of the courses she offers to her students are: Fundamentals of Technology, Fundamentals of Web Design, Desktop Publishing, Fundamentals of Administrative Technologies. School year 2015-2016 she was voted by her peers as LAHS Teacher of the Year.
Ashley Spencer teaches newspaper, yearbook and English at Broken Arrow High School. She is about to start her ninth year teaching, after finishing 6 at Edmond North and 2 at Broken Arrow High School. Her husband, Greg Spencer, is Broken Arrow Public School’s Video Production Manager. Together with video production teacher Nolan Couch and students, they produce student news and media at http://www.bahspulse.com.
Stephanie Terry is starting her fifth year teaching at Del City High School where she teaches AP US History, Journalism, and Yearbook. After living and teaching in Central Asia for eight years she returned to her home district to continue to challenge students to think creatively, ask difficult questions, and strive for excellence in their pursuits.