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Faculty and Staff
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Full Time Faculty
Cheryl Jacko
Cheryl graduated from Loma Linda University with a B.S. and later earned an M.A. in education and educational administration from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI.  She has been the teacher and principal at H.A.S. since 1988 and has seen the school grow from the first group of seven students to sixty or so in recent years.  She has a professional teaching certificate with endorsements in elementary education and high school and junior high endorsements in Bible, math, health, science, P.E., art and life skills.  She teaches middle school math, high school health & P.E., high school life skills and serves as the school's principal.

Bobbi Blanzy
Bobbi graduated from Western Michigan University with a B.A. in English and elementary education.  She has an elementary teaching certificate with high school endorsements in English, Bible, and science.  She has taught at H.A.S. since 1990 or so and currently is the 1-4 homeroom teacher and high school English teacher.   She also oversees production of the school yearbook.

Michael Sarsoza
Mike graduated from La Sierra University in Riverside, California.  He holds both a BA in History/Political Science and an MAT in Curriculum & Instruction from the university.  Mike has been teaching for 7 years.  One of his passions is board games and he often utilizes games from his game collection to enrich and reinforce skills in his classes.  When he is not at school, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters.

Stacy Blanzy
Stacy is a 2013 graduate of Southern Adventist University with a B.A. in elementary education and holds K-8 certification.  She joined our staff in January of 2014 and is the middle school (grades 5-8) homeroom teacher, director of the school choir, and school worship leader. 

Suzan Wilson
Suzan holds a B.A. in Early Childhood Education from Southern Missionary College in Tennessee.  She holds standard certification with many endorsements, including kindergarten, reading, French, religion, and social studies.  She has many years of teaching experience, in schools small and large.  When not at school she enjoys spending time with her family.

Adjunct faculty (Part-time teachers)
Don Jacko, B.S., high school science teacher
Joel Stecker, school library and media director
Truman and Millie Bennett, high school Bible
Barbara Green, M.M., orchestra director
Jane Birdsong, B.A., high school lFrench
Breanna George, B.A., high school art
David Engelkemier, B.S., high school technology classes, agriculture, and school technology director
Grace Whetsell, B.S., middle school math and high school chemistry