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Welcome to Community R-VI
Welcome to Community R-VI
Community R-VI
Sunday, August 11, 2019

We are excited to welcome our new teachers to the Community R-VI family!  

Pictured from left to right: Bethany Bucholtz (Kindergarten), Stephanie Wieberg (4th grade), Trent Pummill (5th grade) and Britton Francis (Agriculture)

My name is Bethany Bucholtz.  I was born in Port Huron, Michigan, and I moved to Hallsville, MO when I was in the 6th grade.  I got my bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Columbia College.  This will be my first official teaching job, and I couldn't be more excited. In my free time, I enjoy completing various crafts, reading, camping, hiking, and spending time with my family.  I'm also getting married this coming May, so I have a lot to look forward to this year.

My name is Stephanie Wieberg and I’m 29 years old. I’m originally from Old Monroe, MO, which is a small town outside of St. Louis. I moved to Mexico, MO in 2015. This will be my 7th year of teaching and I absolutely love what I do. Outside of teaching, I love spending time with my family, playing softball and running.

My name is Trenton Pummill. I am starting my fourth year of teaching and my first year here at Community R-VI and I could not be more excited! I graduated from Central Methodist University in 2016 with my degree in both elementary and early childhood education. I taught 4th grade for three years at Wellsville-Middletown R-1 and this year I will be teaching 5th grade along with being an assistant high school track coach. I am excited to be a part of the Community R-VI Trojan team and am looking forward to an amazing school year!

My name is Britton Francis.  I am from Paris, MO. I was actively involved in FFA through high school and I am still very active in the agriculture industry. I have judged livestock competitively at Fort Scott Community College and Oklahoma State University, then I was the Livestock Judging Coach at the University of Missouri. In addition to my collegiate experiences, I raise sheep and goats, as well as corgis on my farm in Paris. I am excited to be teaching Agricultural Science 2, Advanced Animal Science, and Agricultural Construction this year at Community R-VI.