John Juvinall, Principal
John Juvinall came to Stebbins from the Tacoma School District in Washington State, where he taught computer science, math and physical education for over 20 years at all levels of K-12 education.
After receiving a degree in Education from Central Washington University, John began his career in education in 1986 in the Cape Flattery School District working with the Makah tribal community.
A lifelong learner with Master degrees in Computer Science and Education Administration, John brings a well-rounded, diverse perspective and a commitment to shared leadership. As an advocate for children and families, John is dedicated to strengthening communities through education.
Christine Foster, Assistant Principal
Sarah Swanson, Counselor
Before moving up to Stebbins I called Minnesota home. I grew up in Minneapolis, left for college and got my first counseling job in Fergus Falls, MN. From there I moved to Alberta, Canada to work at a small college for several years. I returned to Minnesota and came to you fresh off of 17 years of counseling at a middle school in Bloomington.
I have a little bit of experience in Alaska; I cooked for a large set-net crew out of Kodiak for several summers. It's hard to leave Minneapolis in the summer because I can't harvest my veggie garden. Other hobbies include: travel, sewing, reading, music (listening not performing), drinking good coffee with friends and being an enthusiastic fan of high school sports.