JJHS Welcomes New Teachers

The Jenison Junior High is grateful to welcome new classroom leaders with exceptional talent and specialized expertise.

Tom Daller

Tom Daller has joined the Jenison Junior High Applied Technology department as Industrial Arts Teacher. Coming from Belding High School where he taught for 28 years; Tom taught Woodworking, Industrial Tech / Construction, CAD, and was involved in Robotics and Baseball.

He is eager to exercise creativity while he shapes the program in our beautiful facility. The welcoming attitude of staff and willingness of students to get to take the time to get to know him has really made him feel at home.     

If he wasn’t a teacher, Tom would find himself at the ballfields full time coaching baseball. He is now assisting his son after a 28 year head coach career. Some of Tom’s other hobbies include construction, hunting, antique auto restoration, relaxing at his cabin and family time with his 6 kids.    

                 


Cristina Schreur

We welcome (back) Cristina Schreur as Social Studies teacher and 8th Grade Spanish Comparative Language to Spanish Immersion students. She’s not exactly new to Jenison as she was previously a 6th grade Spanish Immersion teacher at Rosewood Elementary before moving out of state with her husband.

After a few years in Colorado, and welcoming their son, they decided they wanted to return to the area. They looked forward to being closer to their family and they already knew the Jenison Public Schools and Immersion Program were communities they wanted their family to be a part of. She enjoys outdoor hobbies, Salsa/Latin Dancing, and Yoga.

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