A Little About Me ~
My name is Lisa Riese and I have been in education for twenty years. I am a graduate of The University of Northern Iowa. I have a Masters in Special Education from Graceland University and recently, I finished my second Masters in School Library Studies at the University of Northern Iowa.
Throughout my teaching career I have had the unique opportunity to teach many things: kindergarten, 6-8 multiage, seventh grade reading and language arts, 7-8 special education, elementary science, social studies, and even art! All of these different experiences have given me a great background to work in the library!
My husband Doug and I live on a farm south of Zearing and we have three daughters. Caitlyn is a sophomore at Gustavus University in Minnesota, Samantha is a freshman at Wartburg College, and Lauren is a freshman at Colo-Nesco. They are involved in many sports and activities keeping us very busy as a family.
I am very excited to be in the library working with students and teachers in both buildings. There are many new things going on with resources and learning and I look forward to the challenges and opportunities our students have at their fingertips!
Be sure to check out the summer reading page for great links to some of the free resources we have through Heartland AEA 11
What is the librarian reading? ~
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