Teaching is a Passion forged by Service
Brian Marinelli didn’t know what he was going to do after he retired from the Air Force until he spent time as a volunteer in his daughter’s classroom. After that experience, he knew he wanted to be a school teacher.
Brian retired as a Senior Master Sergeant after 23 years in the Air Force, and is now in his seventh year as an elementary school teacher in Boise, Idaho. He is currently teaching fifth- and sixth-grade gifted students. He teaches three different math courses, two science, and one language arts course each day.
about Brian Marinelli
West Point Graduate Perfect Match for Superintendent
Steven Parker received his Bachelor of Science in National Security/Public Affairs from The United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., in 1986. He was commissioned in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps soon after.
While on active duty, he earned a Master of Business Administration from Florida Tech. Parker was medically retired in October 1994, and began substitute teaching as he was trying to figure out what to do with his life. It was while substituting that he realized teaching was his passion. This became the beginning of his long journey in education, roots to treetops.
about Steven Parker