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Archbold Has Three New Teachers For 2010-11

Three new teachers have joined the staff of the Archbold Area School District for the 2010-11 school year.

They will work in the middle and high schools.


Stefanie Hoffman, a Delta native, has been named an intervention specialist for the sixth and seventh grade levels.

She graduated from Western Reserve High School in 1992. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Toledo in 1996, and a master’s degree in special education from UT in 2005.

Prior to coming to Archbold, she was an intervention specialist in the seventh and eighth grades in the Pike-Delta-York school district. She also served as a Students Against Destructive Decisions (founded as Students Against Driving Drunk) advisor.

She and her husband Chad have two sons, Colin, 11, and Max, 7.

When not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, scrapbooking, and camping.

She said after taking time off for family, she is “looking forward to being a part of Archbold Schools.


Jeremy King, an Archbold native and 2002 Archbold High School graduate, will teach seventh grade math and serve as the athletic director at Archbold Middle School.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated mathematics from Bluffton University in 2006. He is licensed to teach grades 7-12.

Before joining the Archbold staff, he taught in the Edon Northwest school district.

King coached eighth grade basketball at Columbus Grove and Edon, and was Edon’s junior high golf coach.

His wife’s name is Gretchen.


Jessica Miller, an Archbold native, will split duties between Archbold middle and high schools. She will teach English to eighth and ninth graders.

She graduated from Liberty Center High School in 1998, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Bowling Green State University in December 2002 and a Master’s of Education degree in reading in May 2004.

From 2004 through 2006, she taught reading, language arts and social studies at Franklin Elementary in Fayette. From 2006 to 2010 she taught reading and language arts to seventh graders at Napoleon Middle School.

Her husband, Bryan, is a seventh grade social studies teacher at Archbold Middle School and the AHS head football coach.

They have three children: Mason, 4, Brooks, 2, and Layne, five months.

“I sought a position in the Archbold district to be a part of my community and because of the high quality of education the district offers its students.

“I look forward to being a part of this district,” she said.


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