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Warrior Welcome to Adam, Amy, and Heather!

Posted on: February 9, 2024
Join us as we welcome Amy Uecker into the role of Child Nutrition Field Supervisor. She began in this new role in January. She joins Megan Grippa, who began in the role of Food Service Coordinator earlier last month. Mrs. Uecker comes to our district with almost 20 years of experience in child nutrition, most recently working in West Clermont Local School District. She began working in the field as a cafe server and cashier, then became a cafe manager before becoming a field supervisor. She won the School Nutrition Manager's Manager of the Year for the State of Ohio Award and Manager of the Year Award for the National Northwest Region for the 2021/2022 school year. Mrs. Uecker is a proud military wife of 30 years and her husband is currently deployed. They have three adult children. Welcome Amy!
 
Adam Kraus joins our Treasurer's Department staff as a Payroll Specialist. He'll begin in this role February 12. He brings with him three years of finance experience, most recently as a home loan officer. Prior to that he worked as a Senior Automation Specialist with Staffmark, a role in their payroll department. He went to Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and received an Emergency Medical Technician's certificate, and worked as an Endoscopy Technician for a time. Recently, his mother moved to Lebanon. When he saw the job posting he knew it would be a great fit. He and his wife have been married for six years and they have two "fur kids." He is an avid sports fan and enjoys watching and attending FC Cincinnati, Reds, and Begals games. He also loves watching the Phoenix Suns and Chicago Blackhawks. Mr. Kraus' prior experience drew him to this position. That, and a love of numbers! Welcome aboard, Adam, we're glad you're here!
 
Heather Human has been named Central Office Secretary of Registration and Reception - she begins in this role February 12. She is replacing Kassidy Vernon, who moved into a new position working with student data at Lebanon High School. Heather is originally from Texas. She is married and has two adult children in college, which is what brought the family back to the area this past summer: both children are in college in Kentucky, so they decided to move back to be closer to them. They live in Red Lion. Before moving, Mrs. Human had been working at a school district outside of San Antonio, Texas, as a registrar. The Breakfast Club has already become a favorite spot for her and her husband. Welcome to Lebanon Heather!

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