Faculty

Kindergarten

Theresa Bohman

Theresa Bohman

Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. Bohman is so excited to be teaching kindergarten at Bonneville Academy. Mrs. Bohman graduated from Southern Utah University in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood. Mrs. Bohman loves teaching kindergarten because it sets the foundation for later years. Mrs. Bohman wants to help her students gain a love for learning. It is so fun to see the students get so excited when they
learn a new concept. Mrs. Bohman loves her job!

When Mrs. Bohman isn’t at school, she loves spending time with her husband and 5 kids. Her children keep her busy with all their extracurricular activities. She wouldn’t have it any other way. Mrs. Bohman loves to travel and loves anything French. She loves to read and eat chocolate. Mrs. Bohman is glad she is at Bonneville!

 

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Hannah Mickelsen

Hannah Mickelsen

Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. Mickelsen is excited to be back at Bonneville Academy this year teaching kindergarten!

She attended Brigham Young University – Idaho studying music education, playing the Oboe. She put teaching aside for a few years to study interior design and start a family.

Mrs. Mickelsen completed her teaching degree with Western Governors University in Interdisciplinary Studies
K-8.

Mrs. Mickelsen met her husband, Charlie, when they were both six years old, and grew up together. They ran into each other at BYU-Idaho, and were married a year later. They have four amazing children, Matthew (12), Brooklyn (10), Kennedy (8), and Abigail (6). She loves to spend time with her family, make gigantic messes being crafty, and loves movie trivia.

 

 

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1st Grade

Cayla Betz

Cayla Betz

1st Grade Teacher

Mrs. Betz was born in California but was raised in Sanpete county. She graduated from North Sanpete High School in 2008, attended Snow College and graduated spring 2011. Then started at USU fall 2011. She met her husband Josh, May 2011 and they were married August of 2012.They now have two beautiful children. Carson (4 years old) and Josie (2 years old). She took some time off from school between each child and finally graduated fall 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Mrs. Betz is a second year teacher who believes that each student needs to be met with acceptance and understanding of their abilities and circumstances. Mrs. Betz loves spending time with her family, traveling, and cooking.

 

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Sara Eliason

Sara Eliason

1st Grade Teacher

With the immense amount of dedication, hard work and support, Mrs. Eliason graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University, and began her first year of teaching in a fourth grade classroom. Through her first year of teaching, she learned many things and made many new friends. Though she started out in fourth grade, Mrs. E. has found out that first grade is “where it’s at!”. Mrs. E. is very good at establishing a relationship with each student to fully understand their needs. She firmly believes that students learn best using multiple techniques, and collaborating with families brings the best support to the classroom.

Mrs. E. is married to her best friend Damien, and the two are proud parents of the happiest little girl named Alice! They’re also the “proud” parents of two naughty cats, Gypsy and Luna. They are very silly people, who love to laugh and create happiness to those around them. Mrs. E. is the biggest Disney fan, and that theme rings true in her classroom, lesson plans, and personality. Mrs. E. loves to travel, and has been more places than she can count. In her free time, Mrs. E. loves to paint, read, watch Disney movies with Alice, and you can always find her planning her next Disney trip!
“We keep moving forward, opening new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious, and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” –Walt Disney.

 

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Brandy Rydalch

Brandy Rydalch

1st Grade Teacher

Mrs Rydalch joined the Bonneville family during our first year as a paraprofessional. She loved helping the students learn and decided to go get her teaching degree, which we are so grateful for. Her first year teaching she was in kindergarten and is excited to be joining the 1st grade team this year. Her favorite subject to teach is reading and science. 
 
When Mrs. Rydalch isn’t at school she loves to spend time with her husband and 3 children. You can find her in the kitchen cooking, out on the lake boating and on the mountains in the RZR. 
 

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2nd Grade

Toni Cerroni

Toni Cerroni

2nd Grade Teacher

Ms. Cerroni is a native to Tooele County. This will be her seventh year teaching and she looks forward to the journey. She has her Bachelors in Science for Elementary Education with and emphasis in Science and Mathematics from Utah State University. She is a highly qualified teacher.

In Ms. Cerroni’s spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, cuddling her llamas, being in the mountains, and even Spartan races.

She wants to provide students with the tools to be successful in becoming fully aware of their significance to the world. Ms. Cerroni is highly motivated to reach goals and to have a bigger impact on the future.

 

 

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Kristen Angus

Kristen Angus

2nd Grade Teacher

Mrs. Angus loves teaching second grade and is excited for another year at Bonneville Academy! This will be her third year teaching second grade. She has two daughters one in fifth and one second grade that love coming to school with her! Mrs. Angus can be found outdoors hiking, skiing, mountain biking, kayaking and fishing with her family and friends. She has two dogs that love to go on adventures.  She has an old cat too that prefers to stay home.  She was raised in South Jordan, Utah and moved to Oklahoma with her husband where they lived for eight years going to Oklahoma Sooners football games and raising a family.  After moving back to Utah, Mrs. Angus was introduced to teaching in a paraprofessional role and instantly fell in love with the student connections and knew that this is what she was supposed to do.  She graduated in 2014 in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and is in the APT (Academic Pathway to Teaching) program. I look forward to empowering my students to be curious, try new things and be excited to learn!

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Allie Michaelsen

Allie Michaelsen

2nd Grade Teacher

3rd Grade

Amanda Nelson

Amanda Nelson

3rd Grade Teacher

Ms. Nelson grew up in Oklahoma before moving to Idaho and then settling in Utah. She has lived here for over 30 years and feels like a native Utahan. She grew up in Magna (Go Pirates) and after High School
attended the University of Utah where she received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. After graduation she spent three years teaching fifth grade, four years in second grade and now has finally
graduated to third grade! She is looking forward to helping her students become critical thinkers and problem solvers as they prepare for third grade and for the future.When she is not teaching or planning for her classroom you could find her playing with her own four children (ages 21, 17, 12 and 6), reading a good book on her kindle (or 2 or 3), or just enjoying being outdoors.

 

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Madie Caldwell

Madie Caldwell

3rd Grade Teacher

Mrs. Caldwell was born in Southern Utah, and lived there for most of her childhood.  She moved to Stansbury Park where she graduated from Stansbury High School in 2014. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in English as a Second Language at Southern Utah University in 2018.  She is a second year teacher, and learned so much throughout her first year!  She loves teaching 3rd grade, and is certain that she teaches the best grate at the best school!

Madie loves education, but her greatest love however, is her family.  She married her best friend Colby in 2018, and can’t wait to see where life takes them.  Together, they love cheering on the Utah Jazz, Chicago Cubs, and Dallas Cowboys.  When she’s not as school she’s cheering on her family members from the sidelines, reading, traveling, or doing anything to avoid her kitchen.

Madie firmly believes that the best teaching happens when you create strong relationships with your students, and when you set high expectations for every single child. She looks forward to getting to know all her students, and is excited to see where learning takes her. 

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Tiffany Ence

Tiffany Ence

3rd Grade Teacher

Mrs. Ence is so excited to be teaching 3rd grade at Bonneville Academy this year! She has spent the last 7 years in education in various roles, and teaching is by far her favorite. She’s been married to her husband for 18 years and they have 3 sons. They moved to Stansbury a month before their oldest was born 16 years ago and loves living here. She and her family love to explore the many national parks Utah has to offer, and are always up for a fun adventure! She is currently attending WGU and will graduate this year with a Bachelors of Education Studies. Mrs. Ence loves her family and two dogs more than anything, but she also loves all things Harry Potter, tap dancing, hiking, biking and binge watching anything true crime or rom com. She loves the color purple, chocolate and peanut butter anything, and popcorn. She feels that every student is a leader and can make an impact in their world, and wants to help her students see that in themselves.  

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4th Grade

Kassie Crittenden

Kassie Crittenden

4th Grade Teacher

Ms. Crittenden is so excited to begin a new school year at Bonneville Academy! She received her Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) from Western Governors University in 2013. She began her teaching career at Excelsior Academy. She and her family moved to Tooele from Kansas City, Missouri so that she could begin teaching. Moving to Utah has felt like moving home as since she was born and raised in Utah until the age of 11. Since then she has spent most of her life moving and traveling! She has lived in Utah, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Missouri and traveled the states in-between as well! She is a proud mom of four amazing children! They all keep busy with traveling, learning about international cultures, hiking and of course, spending a lot of time at the park! She loves yoga/pilates, travel, everything French or Italian, history and she loves to read!

Ms. Crittenden has a passion for learning and she loves to share that passion with her students! She has continued her own education at WGU for her M.Ed in Learning and Technology. She is excited to use what she have learned to enhance the learning of her students at Bonneville Academy! She encourages her students to take on a leadership role with their learning. She loves this quote, she finds that it sums up what she feels students should understand about their own learning: “You are the only one who can use your ability. It’s an awesome responsibility.” (Zig Ziglar) She hopes to help each of her students reach his or her full potential in using his or her abilities through our journey in fourth grade!

 

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Amy Stephens

Amy Stephens

4th Grade Teacher

Mrs. Stephens has been teaching 4th grade for five years.  She received her teaching degree from USU in Elementary Education.  In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors, making snow ones, gardening, hiking, backpacking, being with her husband and two children, traveling, collecting rocks, and playing with her two dogs.
 
Mrs. Stephens loves everything about teaching 4th grade, including the science curriculum. She is looking forward to a great year at Bonneville Academy.

 

 

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Madison Kummer

Madison Kummer

4th Grade Teacher

5th Grade

Jamie Shelley/Booth

Jamie Shelley/Booth

5th Grade Teacher

Ms. Shelley received her Elementary Education Degree from USU in 2015. She has an Emphasis in Social Studies. She has been a volunteer, substitute and a paraprofessional. She is a new teacher this year and can’t wait to be able to work with all of you. She was born in Orem and grew up in Sanpete County. She spent a lot of her summers growing up in Montana. Some of her favorite people call her Aunt Mimi.
She loves being an aunt. Her favorite music group is Home Free! She is moving back to Utah from Montana. She loves spending time in the mountains. Cooking is one of her favorite things to do. Her favorite food is tacos. One of her goals is to go to all 50 states at least once. She is able to cross off 16 states. She loves traveling to new and exciting places. She is looking forward to the 2017-2018 school year.

 

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Kelsie Glad

Kelsie Glad

5th Grade Teacher

Ms. Glad is very eager and excited to be working at Bonneville Academy as a 4th grade teacher! She graduated with a bachelors degree in University Studies with a Minor in Elementary Education, from Brigham Young University-Idaho. She has been working in the school system for 3 years as a paraprofessional, which has only enhanced her love for teaching. She recently received her teaching certificate from the state and this will be her first year as a teacher, and is anxious to start teaching. She enjoys working with children and helping them reach their dreams through education. She has always wanted to be a teacher for as long as she can remember. She firmly believes that every child should be given the opportunity to learn and that when given the proper structure and time, any child can succeed. An education should empower a child and help him or her make a positive contribution to our world. Ms. Glad was born and raised in Montana, where she lived on a small farm with her parents, two sisters and brother. She loves to spend time with her family; it is one of the most important things to her. She currently resides in Cottonwood Heights with her husband and two loving black cats who keep her on her toes daily. She and her husband enjoy spending time together through various activities such as, playing video games, camping, shopping, and reading books. She is looking forward to the upcoming school year and she simply can’t wait to meet all of the students!

 

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Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

5th Grade Teacher

Mr. Johnson graduated from Weber State with a degree in Business Management and from Westminster College with an M.B.A. He worked in business/banking for over twenty years. Mr. Johnson says he got his soul back when he went into teaching. This will be his 7th year teaching elementary school. Mr. Johnson has also taught business in college and graduate school along with a GED class in Spanish.

He has lived in Costa Rica and Panama and speaks Spanish fluently. Mr. Johnson grew up in Roy, Utah and has lived mostly in Northern Utah, however he and his wife just moved from a very small town in Eastern Utah called Huntington. He and his wife have 5 children and 4 grandchildren.

His hobbies are family, anything sports (especially BYU), and history. Mr. Johnson is glad to be at a STEM school; his former school was STEM and he believes that students need STEM in order to be competitive in the future in the job market. He is very excited to be teaching Science and American History and Government to the 5th grade.

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Other Teaching Positions

Stacie Christensen

Stacie Christensen

Teaching Coach

Mrs. Christensen is very excited to be part of the Bonneville Academy team! She graduated with a bachelors degree from the University of Utah in Elementary Education with an ESL endorsement. She has taught for 6 years in 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. Mrs. Christensen has a passion for teaching math and science and enriching lessons through hands on activities. She has had a broad array of experience in student technological-integrations, positive behavior interventions, and developing curriculum for student “Leader-In-Me” initiative. She is also currently on the Bonneville Academy School Improvement Committee (BASIC). She is excited to work as an instructional coach this year and work with the teachers at the school. Mrs. Christensen has been married for 5 years and has two boys who attend Bonneville Academy. She enjoys long boarding, paddle boarding, camping, hiking, and watching movies. She has two Australian Shepards who keep her busy and active. 

 

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Reina Hansen

Reina Hansen

BAC Teacher

Ms. Hansen has B.S. in Social Work and a minor in Elementary Education from California State University Fullerton. This is her 9th year teaching and her 2nd year in the Academic Social Classroom. She grew up in the Tooele Valley and moved to California to attend college. Previously, she has taught 3, 4, and 5th grade. Ms. Hansen has 4 children, 2 of whom attend Bonneville Academy. In her free time, Ms. Hansen enjoys hiking, going to the movies, and trying new restaurants.

 

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Brittany Vorwaller

Brittany Vorwaller

Student Support

Ms. Vorwaller has been working with children for almost 20 years. Her love for child care started in high school, where she focused her electives on early childhood development. That was where she had her first opportunity to teach preschool. Since then she has worked as a daycare provider, kindergarten instructor, and run her own in home preschool.She has continued her higher education off and on. Currently she is studying for an associate’s degree in psychology, at Salt Lake Community College. She will then transfer to the University of Utah to continue towards her teaching certificate. She would like to work as a teacher as she continues school for her master’s degree to become an educational psychologist. She is really excited about working in the Special Ed department at Bonneville Academy, while continuing her own schooling! She is looking forward to working with your amazing kids!

 

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Middle School

Morgan Batchelor

Morgan Batchelor

Middle School Science Teacher

Ms. Batchelor graduated from Brigham Young University in 2015 with a degree in Biological Science Education. She has spent the last two years living and teaching in Gallup, NM. She has been teaching 7th grade science and running a STEM based club known as MESA. She loves teaching and loves science. Growing up she moved around a lot but always loved to get outdoors, explore, and figure out how the world works–which is why she fell in love with science, especially biology. Currently she enjoys riding her dirt bike and hiking. Ms. Batchelor is excited to bring her love of education and science to Bonneville Academy.

 

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Amanda Gladden

Amanda Gladden

Middle School Science Teacher

Mrs. Gladden grew up in the Tooele valley.  She graduated from Tooele High School in 2000.  She graduated college with her bachelor’s in education and psychology. When she is not teaching, she loves spending time with her family, camping, being outdoors or with animals.

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Brad Evans

Brad Evans

Middle School Social Studies

Mr. Evans has a B.A. in Political Science from California State University, Los Angeles and a B.S. in Social Sciences from Southern Utah University. He was awarded a U.S. patent for his development of a neuromuscular coordination strengthening device. His teaching specialties include U.S. History, Global Politics, and World Civilization.

As an inventor and entrepreneur, Mr. Evans learned firsthand about the education and skills required to be successful in an increasingly automated and changing economy. He began substitute teaching in order to share his experiences and to help his students understand the importance of maximizing their individual talents and reaching their full potential. During his time as a substitute, Mr. Evans gained a real passion for education and decided to teach full-time. He brings enthusiasm, real-world experience, and the entrepreneurial spirit to the classroom. “I see social studies as the perfect vehicle for developing the critical thinking skill set our students will need to be prosperous throughout their lives.”

Mr. Evans and his family enjoy spending time together hiking, camping, and fly-fishing.

 

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Pamela Massey

Pamela Massey

Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Ms. Massey was born and raised in CT. She graduated from New Milford High School in 1999. She began attending Southern Connecticut State University. Before she finished her degree she moved to the west. Ms. Massey has lived in New Mexico, Washington State, and Utah. She has been in Utah for the last 8 years with her three children ages 17, 12, and 8.

Ms. Massey graduated from Western Governors University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences with an emphasis in secondary education. She plans on completing her Master’s degree and then pursuing her doctorate.

Ms. Massey loves Bonneville Academy! This is her second year teaching in the middle school. Ms. Massey has taught grades 6-12 for the last six years and is excited for her seventh year of teaching! History and Language Arts are her favorites! Ms. Massey believes that EVERY STUDENT has great potential and loves seeing them learn and grow as they reach for that potential.

Outside of school Ms. Massey can be found spending time with her family, participating in her hobbies, and pursuing further education. Ms. Massey enjoys gardening, reading, making crafts, as well as writing, singing, and playing the piano.

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Afton Reed

Afton Reed

Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Ms. Reed was born in Mesa, Arizona and raised in Cache Valley Utah. She has always had a love for reading and telling stories which developed into a rather large collection of books. When she was young, she frequently explored the outdoors with her siblings while pretending to be knights or cowboys.
 
She graduated from Utah State University in English and History teaching and taught middle school in Glendale Arizona for two years.
She is excited to be back in Utah and teaching at Bonneville Academy. When she’s not teaching, she’s either reading, writing, or visiting family.
 

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Ashlin Sharp

Ashlin Sharp

Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Ms. Sharp graduated from Southern New Hampshire University in 2018 with a degree in English Literature. Originally from the land of the potatoes, Rexburg, Idaho, Ms. Sharp moved to Utah when she was 12 years old. She attributes her love of reading to her mother and father as they are both avid readers as well. When she isn’t teaching, you can find her spending time with her family, reading books, playing with her three cats: Monster, Meeshka, and Chubby Kitty, or planning her next trip to Disneyland. This is Ms. Sharp’s second year teaching at Bonneville Academy, and she is looking forward to a great year of teaching! “There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” -Walt Disney

 

 

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Richard Corley

Richard Corley

Middle School Math Teacher

Mr. Corley was born and raised in Southern California, where he spent much of his time on the beach. He has traveled extensively throughout the Southern and Western United States. He holds degrees in psychology and business and enjoys studying philosophy, religion, and politics. Before beginning his teaching career, he spent several years running restaurants in Utah and Wyoming. He has also worked as a postman, a newspaper reporter, and a business analyst for a tribal casino. In his spare time he enjoys backpacking, reading, writing novels, and playing Dungeons & Dragons.

Mr. Corley lives in Tooele with his wife and their three children.

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Julie Warburton

Julie Warburton

Middle School Math Teacher

Mrs. Warburton, or Mrs. W as she prefers to be called, grew up in the Salt Lake Valley.  She has also lived in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl., and Las Vegas, NV.  She went to West High School and graduated from BYU in Theater and Political Science.  
 
Mrs. Warburton discovered her love and talent for Math quite by accident.  While substituting, she was called to teach 7th-grade math until a permanent teacher was hired.  She stayed for most of the first semester and discovered she LOVES Math!!
Mrs. Wabruton went to SLCC, U of U, and USU to take classes to be a Math teacher.  For the past six years, she has taught 7th-grade Math as well as teaching at SLCC.
 
Mrs. Warburton is currently working on a Master’s degree from Western Governors University and will graduate in September 2020.  In her spare time, she likes to swim, bicycle, make hand-crafted cards, collect Math jokes, and build Legos.  Mrs, Warburton lives with her husband, two children, sister, and three cats.
 

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Jane Autry

Jane Autry

Art Teacher

Mrs. Autry grew up without a clue that she was born to be an artist. It wasn’t until her junior year in high school that she took her first art class, and although greatly intimidated by other students in the class, she did her best and found the process thoroughly enjoyable. Today she finds and makes time to paint, loving every minute of it. Having taught high school and college level art for more than 20
years and now hopes to successfully market her artwork to the whole wide world.

In her pursuit of excellence she has been inspired to paint LDS Temples. In doing she, she found that she needed more training. She literally spent about $20,000 on portrait workshops from the best around, and invested in the necessary equipment to paint on location, ‘en plein air’, with many accomplished artists. She now feels she is ready to tackle the difficult challenge the Lord has given her, to paint LDS Temples from all over the world, and occasionally when commissioned, she will paint families and couples in front of their chosen Temple.

Her belief is that we can all be great, we can all put our best foot forward and seek inspiration and guidance from our higher power on a daily basis. One does not need to be perfect to be wonderful. What she wants out of her artistic life is to leave a legacy of faith, determination and courage. She wants her art to be collected and treasured by those who seek beauty, peace and fulfillment from the visual images they surround themselves with.

Her work is highly idealistic, much like the old masters with an emphasis on eternal themes, using age old techniques, but employing modern tools and supplies. This includes a much brighter color palette, with an old fashioned twist, which she loves!

She is an idealist to the core, an artist who cherishes high and noble principles. She is really excited to be teaching art both in her home, and at the colorful new Bonneville Academy in Stansbury Park.

“Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great
teacher.” — Japanese Proverb”

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Sarah Kuhnke

Sarah Kuhnke

Photography/Yearbook Teacher

Mrs. Kuhnke was born in Golden Colorado and moved to Utah when she was 13 years old. She is married and has 2 children that attend Bonneville Academy. As a family they like to explore the outdoors; hiking, fishing, camping, etc. They also love doing things indoors, like cuddling up and watching family movies together or playing board games.

In her free time she likes to build furniture and is occasionally commissioned to do reupholstering for customers. She also owns an Etsy shop where she sells her custom designs all over the world. She is a competitive athlete and has been a contender in multiple powerlifting events (with the USPA at FitCon and in the Utah Summer Games) and has held the Utah State records for the last 3 years, in all categories. In 2016 she qualified herself as an Elite Athlete and earned an invitation to the World Championships.

Mrs. Kuhnke got her first DSLR camera and started pursuing photography in 2007. She has done just about every type of photography including product, pets, newborn, cars, landscape, sports, conceptual, bridals, weddings, etc., and has received multiple marks of excellence in worldwide photography contests. She says that the craziest time of her career was working for manufacturers & sponsors following professional paintball teams around the country to photograph events. She would sometimes leave the fields after a game covered in paint and bruises because the paintballs (at the professional level) fly approx 300 ft per second, that’s 200 miles per hour! Ouch!
 
Her mother has been a teacher for over 20 years and she has always wanted to follow in her footsteps. The only thing stopping her was having to give up her own career that she has worked so hard to build, so she is very excited to be teaching Photoshop here at Bonneville Academy. She says that it is like the best of both worlds.

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Jacob Shelley

Jacob Shelley

CCA Teacher

Mr. Shelley was born in Orem, UT but was raised in Mount Pleasant, UT located in Sanpete County. He is the youngest of his siblings. Yes they all work here at Bonneville Academy too!  He graduated from North Sanpete High School in 2013. He then went to Snow College where he received his associates of science degree graduated in 2016. Mr. Shelley then moved to Logan, UT where he attended Utah State University received his bachelors degree in Agriculture Education in May 2019. Mr. Shelley is CTE certified and excited to be the new CTE teacher here at Bonneville Academy!!!

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Chancy Sanders

Chancy Sanders

6th Grade PE and Health

Daniel Robison

Daniel Robison

Tech/Lego League Elective Teacher

Rhea Miller

Rhea Miller

Music Teacher

Dr. Rhea Miller graduated with her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Arizona State University and published her dissertation entitled, OperaTunity: Opera Education for the Community in May 2016. Dr. Miller was the Soprano Teaching Artist for Arizona Opera’s 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 OperaTunity Outreach Program where she had the opportunity to cover-study the roles of Lucia, Susanna, Josephine, Musetta, Violetta, Norina, and Marie in Arizona Opera’s productions of Lucia di Lammermoor, Le nozze di Figaro, H.M.S. Pinafore, La bohème, La Traviata, Don Pasquale, and La Fille du Régiment. Dr. Miller also made her opera debut as Papagena in Arizona Opera’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute in 2015.

She is currently the Music Instructor at Bonneville Academy and teaches middle-school Band, Choir, and Orchestra as well as Music Elements and Ukulele to elementary students. In her spare time, Dr. Miller is a member of the Utah Opera Chorus and teaches voice and piano lessons in the Salt Lake City area.

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Doyle Unsworth

Doyle Unsworth

Middle School PE/Health Teacher

Coach Unsworth is a native born Utahan growing up in Taylorsville. He attended the University of Wyoming (go pokes) where he received his degree in Human Kinesiology in 2000. He taught for 6 years before pursuing his Trade of Union Boilermaker where he traveled the United States for work and has been to Alberta, and Venezuela for work. Even though he was not a professional teacher he found himself still teaching and educating his co-workers in OSHA, MSHA, Welding, Rigging, and Safety aspects of a Heavy Construction Job Site. Coach Unsworth got tired of all the traveling and being away from his family. He has been married for 19 years to his wonderful wife Juli. He has four kids they all wrestle and do other sports outside. He is especially proud of his daughter that wrestles on the Taylorsville Wrestling team. You can almost always find Coach Unsworth on the wrestling mat the baseball/softball fields and if he is not there he is lost in the backcountry (non-cell service kind) with his family on a wild adventure of hunting and fishing. He really enjoys being home with his family after 11 years of being away. He can’t wait to get back into Teaching PE/Health here at Bonneville Academy and hopes he can be a real asset to this school.

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