Welcome Our New PHS Teachers & Administrators!

Introducing Our New Teachers & Administrators . . .
Posted on 09/10/2018
New PHS Teachers & Administrators

Please join us in welcoming our new Piedmont High School teachers and administrators.

Jazmin Alvarado

Jazmin Alvarado, a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University, is teaching Spanish I and II at Piedmont High School this year. Señora Alvarado comes to PHS from Yukon High School. When asked what she would do upon winning the lottery, Señora Alvarado responded that she would “continue to work, not because I have to but because I want to!”

Eric Carr

Eric Carr is the assistant principal for grades 11-12 and the head coach for the varsity girls’ basketball team. Entering his twentieth year as an educator, Mr. Carr comes to PHS from Piedmont Intermediate with a background in math, physical education, and athletic coaching. Says Mr. Carr, “My transition here has been seamless [because] I get an opportunity to work with outstanding educators.”

 

Zac Coulson

Zachary Coulson is a first-year educator at Piedmont High School where he teaches Health and coaches volleyball, boys’ basketball, and track. Having served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves since 2012, Mr. Coulson comes to PHS from Tuttle High School where he worked as a lay basketball coach for three years. An owner of over 1,400 DVDs, Coulson says, “I am happy to be here because I love the community of Piedmont.”      

 

Dirick Hatfield

Dirick Hatfield is teaching Oklahoma History as well as coaching football and wrestling this year at Piedmont High School. Coming to PHS from Elgin High School, Mr. Hatfield is a descendant of the Hatfield family, best known for its involvement in the infamous Hatfield–McCoy feud. Mr. Hatfield has stated he is “happy to get the chance to teach at a school that values its students as much as Piedmont does” and looks forward to “helping the football/wrestling teams grow and succeed as much as possible.”

 

Robert Luttmer

Robert Luttmer is teaching AP Chemistry, Pre-AP Chemistry, and Chemistry this year at Piedmont High School. Having taught the last ten years at Sallisaw High School, Mr. Luttmer comes to PHS with a master’s degree in school administration. Mr. Luttmer’s wife currently teaches fourth grade at Northwood Elementary. “I am excited that my boys are getting the opportunity to attend such a progressive school district,” says Mr. Luttmer. “I am happy to be a part of such a wonderful growing community.”

 

Jennafer Marchant

Jennafer Marchant is teaching Algebra III/Trig and Algebra II at Piedmont High School this year. An avid cyclist, Ms. Marchant comes to PHS from Westminster School and Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School. When asked what she likes most about Piedmont thus far, Ms. Marchant replied, “I'm happy to be in a supportive and enthusiastic environment.”    

 

Kiley Rios

Kiley Rios is an assistant principal at Piedmont High School this year. Having once worked at Disney World, Ms. Rios comes to PHS from Yukon High School where she served as a special education facilitator. “Everyone in Piedmont is so welcoming and warm,” says Ms. Rios. “I hope to make you all feel as welcome as you have made me.”  

 

Driskill Sawyer

Driskill Sawyer is teaching weightlifting as well as coaching football and baseball at Piedmont High School this year. Coming to PHS from Shawnee High School, Mr. Sawyer enjoys grilling and cooking in the outdoors. Mr. Sawyer is excited to be in Piedmont this year “to be a part of growth and change.”

 

Wil Scofield

Wil Scofield is an Algebra I teacher and the head boys’ basketball coach at Piedmont High School this year. Originally from North Texas where both his parents were teachers, Mr. Scofield has spent the last five years teaching and coaching at Edmond North High School. Mr. Scofield enjoys woodworking in his spare time and has “been blown away [by] the great people to work for and with here in Piedmont.”

 

Adam Skokowski

Adam Skokowski is a Business Computer Applications teacher and the new head baseball coach at Piedmont High School this year. Coach Skokowski has spent the last four years as a baseball coach at Midwest City High School where he also taught Computer Applications, Preparing for Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra. Coach Skokowski is excited to be part of the Piedmont community because, as he says, “The baseball program is excellent and the city has a small town feel for being a 5A school. It will be a great place to raise my one-year-old daughter!”     

 

Maria Stevens

Maria Stevens is a special educator this year at Piedmont High School. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ms. Stevens has actually started three novels and a short memoir that she hopes to finish in the near future. When asked what she would do upon winning the lottery, Ms. Stevens responded that she would “build and manage a children’s home.”

 

Sierra Watts

Sierra Watts is a first-year educator at Piedmont High School where she teaches Algebra II and Geometry. A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Ms. Watts completed her student teaching at PHS last spring. When asked what she enjoys most about PHS so far, Ms. Watts replied, “Everyone is always willing to help…. I love all the teachers and staff/faculty.”

 

Timothy Winans

Timothy Winans is a first-year educator at Piedmont High School where he teaches English I and coaches football. A graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Mr. Winans comes to PHS from the oilfield. Mr. Winans enjoys golf, Little Debbie Zebra Rolls, and building houses with his dad.  

 

Katelyn Woodward

Katelyn Woodward is a special educator this year at Piedmont High School. Ms. Woodward is a valuable addition to the PHS community where she supports students with disabilities in high-school classrooms, moderates IEP meetings, and equips all students to succeed in school as well as in life.  

 

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