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We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our team... Traci Turner Central Elementary School Social Worker Traci Turner earned her Master of Social Work Degree at Oakland University. We asked, "Why have you chosen Linden? She said, "What began as an internship atLinden Middle School and Central Elementaryturned into an opportunity to be a part of astrong community. Linden is a supportive andkind community that felt like home to me." She is a single mother to her 12-year-old son,Kaleb. She is passionate about mental health,yoga, photography, and making a difference inour community. She enjoys collecting vinyl,spending time with her son, and traveling out west whenever possible. Welcome Traci Turner! #LINDENEAGLETEAM
Happy Staff Appreciation Week!  Your dedication to our students is what makes Linden Community Schools such an amazing district!
Girl in red shirt We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our team... Caylah Jones Central Elementary 4th Grade Teacher Caylah Jones earned her degree in Elementary Education at Oakland University. We asked, Why did you decide to work in education? She replied, I decided to become a teacher because of my younger brother that has autism. His ability to learn in different and unique ways inspired me to want to become a teacher than can guide students to learn in the ways that work best for them. She has a two brothers (one older and one younger). She enjoys camping, photography, and spending time with family and friends whenever possible. She also mentioned that she has two adorable cats!
woman with text T'Anne Clark Linden High School Food Service After being a stay-at-home mom, she's ready to get back out there and work for Linden Community Schools. Her children also attend Linden Schools. She has a son at Hyatt Elementary and a daughter at Argentine Early Childhood Center. Her family is very active in the winter with skiing and snowboarding. She is a former ski and snowboard instructor at Mt. Holly. In the summer they enjoy camping around Michigan. She told us she loves the Linden community and the friendships she has made here. Welcome T'Anne Clark! #LINDENEAGLETEAM
Welcome image of man with text  We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our team... David Beach MaintenanceDavid Beach is married with five children and 10 grandchildren. He loves playing the guitar, riding his bike and going to state parks with his wife. After working in the the auto industry for 36 years he decided to work at Linden Community Schools. In his words, "I thought it would be nice to be in a nice environment around good people with a good cause".
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Image of spaghetti with text Linden MAsonic Lodge and Linden Community Schools is hosting a student fundraiser Friday, April 21, 2023 4-8 pm
Image of woman with eagle backdrop with text "Welcome New Staff Susan Randall to LHS Food ServiceSusan (Sue) Randall lives in Linden and is joining the workforce again! She has two married sons and three grandchildren. We asked why she wanted to work in a school and she said, she always wanted to be either a "lunch Lady' or a librarian. When she was a child she remembers them being so good with kids and treating them brightened her day! Since retiring, she now wants to try and do the same thing for our students."
Image of woman with long hair & glasses with text, We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our team... Linda Hargreaves Cook Aide Linden Middle School Linda Hargreaves moved to Linden 15 years ago and she loves this community. She chose to work in Linden Community Schools because she wanted to be a part of helping the children learn & grow, plus she loves to feed people! She lives on Byram Lake and loves to walk around the lake every day, followed by taking her dog Alise to the park. She also enjoys weaving and macrame. Linda loves to read, especially about history. She loves children and thinks being around kids will help keep her young at heart!
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image of woman with text Tori Amos Central Elementary Special Education Paraprofessional Tori Amos enjoys building gardens in the spring & summer, and spending quality time with her family of six. They go on bike rides, travel, have bon fires & beach picnics. Her greatest joy is art; drawing, painting, jewelry, scultping and anything creative! We asked why she chose Linden and she responded, "It's a wonderful school district, close to home, perfect hours for my family and wanting to be involved in the community." She also said she has a special needs child and working in the school will help her gain knowledge and learn more about children and children with special needs. She feels this is her purpose; to work with children, make a difference, learn, grow and have a stable dependable life career. Welcome Mrs. Amos!