Brentwood Celebrates Retirees, Longtime Employees
May 3, 2022
The Brentwood School District extends its thanks and well wishes to this year’s class of retirees. These longtime employees have served the district for a combined total of 20 years, and their ongoing dedication to Brentwood and commitment to the success of the community is greatly appreciated.
Brentwood’s retirees for the 2021-22 school year are Luis Garcia, Brentwood High School Spanish teacher, and Susan Zewiski, Mark Twain Elementary School administrative assistant.
The district also recognizes employee groups for their years or service, including:
25 Years of Service: Roy Hughes, BHS social studies teacher; Darren Wade, Brentwood Middle School teacher assistant
20 Years of Service: Kelly Javier, BHS math teacher
15 Years of Service: Laura Brown, BHS administrative assistant; Beth Clay, Parents as Teachers coordinator; Jamie Davis, Mark Twain art teacher; Karen Lowrie, Mark Twain education assistant; Kathleen Molina, McGrath Elementary School reading specialist; Mary Seal, BHS and BMS reading specialist; Bryan Swearngin, BHS social studies teacher; Brian Wildgrube, Mark Twain physical education teacher
10 Years of Service: James Abshier, BHS science teacher; Annette Cook, PAT parent educator; Mary Beth Glasgow, BHS and BMS special education teacher; Zeyad Hamdan, BHS science teacher; Donna Knobbe, McGrath school counselor; Anne Mitchell, Mark Twain fourth grade teacher; Kathryn Smith, McGrath second grade teacher
Retirees and years of service employees were recognized during the district’s annual End of Year Celebration on Monday, May 2.