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Coach Brough has taught at OJH since 1993. He currently teacher PE, is the PE department chair, and the school’s athletic coordinator. He also coaches the Boy’s Volleyball team and the Wrestling team.
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Mrs. Brown has been part of Olympus Jr. High since 1998, and loves this community. Her philosophy is that science should be experienced by students, not just memorized. She is currently working to make her classroom STEM-ified. She has won the Excel Award and was Granite District's Teacher of the Year.
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Ms. Henderson loves science and enjoys observing the interesting world around her. She studied human anatomy and physiology at Northern Arizona University and later earned her master’s degree in microbiology at Oregon state University (Go Beavs!). She loves to spend all day exploring the ever-changing always-interesting world of science with her students.
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A book has got smell. A new book smells great. An old book smells even better. An old book smells like ancient Egypt. Ray Bradbury Mrs. Hollberg is passionate about literature, and hopes to convey that love to her students.
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Ms. Howard is fabulous! She started her teaching career over 15 years ago in Youth Corrections and hopes to retire (many years from now) here at Olympus Junior. Ms. Howard is widely known for her stories about mishaps from her childhood. Maybe you have heard the one about the skittles? Ms. Howard is dedicated to reading and writing every day in class and expects that students show up ready to think!
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Mr. Jensen came to Olympus Junior in 2014 and has loved it ever since. He teachers both art and science and coaches distance running for the track and field team. Mr. Jensen’s door is open to talk acout current art and film, new science news, or to have a good laugh.
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Advisor for the MESA club. Originally from California Ms Kearl is a graduate of both BYU and UVU. When she is not doing math problems she is curled up with a good book.
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Mr. Keppner is the proud father of two sons and two daughters, he loves to spend time with his family and to play and watch sports. He is a graduate from BYU with a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish Teaching with a History teaching minor. He also has a Master’s degree in Curriculum Design with an emphasis in technology, and a Master’s degree in Education Administration. He has previously taught and coached at Bonneville Jr., and worked in administration at Matheson Jr. and at Granger High School.
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This is Mr. McCullough’s 13th year teaching Spanish. He has taught levels 1-3 at the high school and junior high levels. He lived in Ecuador for two years. He also has a degree in music sound recording and loves to record and compose music. He played high school basketball and baseball (and still had time to finish his homework! 🙂
Library Media Educational Technology Specialist
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Ms. Moody graduated from the University of Utah with a BS in Chemistry and Texas Woman’s Univeristy with a Masters of Library Science. She currently the president of UELMA (Utah Educational Library Media Association). She reviews children’s and young adult books for School Library Journal, Disney Hyperion, Granite Media, and “Kiss The Book”. In her free time Ms. Moody enjoys hiking, spinning, reading, and just about anything outdoors.
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Everything you need for better future and success has already been written. And guess what? All you have to do is go to the library. Henri Frederic Amiel
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Steve Rossi has worked in a variety of schools across the Granite School District. He has a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and a Master’s in Educational Technology, both from the University of Utah. He teaches both Math and Keyboarding, and is also in charge of the Tech Crew that runs the morning announcements.
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Mr. Selk teaches the following CTE classes: CTE Intro, Gateway to Technology, Gateway to Engineering, and Manufacturing. He is also the Coach for the Cross Country Teams and Girls Volleyball.
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Mr. Skinner has taught to a wide range of students in his 11 years of teaching Language Arts prior to joining Olympus Jr. High. He finds inspiration in both literature and written expression. He strives to challenge each student to be the best version of themselves and to always push those unseen boundaries.
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As the school’s longest term employee no one can image OJH without Mr. Thomas’s smile. Alan has taught at OJH since 19XX. Alan is constantly demonstrating his strength in technology as he learns new tools and integrates them into his curriculum. In his spare time he teaches Spanish at BYU. In addition Mr. Thomas is an Excel award winner.
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Mr. Totland started teaching in 1999. He has enjoyed the many wonderful connections he has made with students, teachers, and parents over his 14 years in education. Through his teaching career, he has taught in private schools and high schools in Australia, Brazil, and San Francisco. He loves tennis and continues to act in his very little free time. He teaches Drama, Stage Crew, YearBook, Stage Production, and Language Arts; and has taught Speech and Physical Education in the past. Mr. T is excited to be working with so many talented students at Olympus Jr. High.
Ms. Vantussenbroek will always greet you at the counseling office desk with a smile. In her spare time she is a swimmer extraordinaire.
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Ms. Wilkinson completed her undergraduate studies at the U of U and USU (BA in English and BS in Special Education); and in 2008 received her M. Ed. She has taught special education for over five years in Granite School District and teaches at Hartvigsen School during the summer months. She truly loves what she does and would not change it for the world!