Hello, I am Megan Atwood, the special education teacher at Hibbard Elementary. I am an advocate for students with learning differences. I understand the responsibility of working with these students with special needs, and I take that responsibility very seriously. I believe that each child has unique gifts and talents and that their differences should be celebrated. I have worked as a paraprofessional for Madison School District and fell in love with Special Education. I grew up in Firth, Idaho. I earned by bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in April of 2019. I now live in Hibbard with my four children and love being a part of this amazing community!
PE Teacher & Para
Hi! I am Jen Moseley. I am the Physical Education Teacher and I teach reading. I am passionate about both of my jobs. I love teaching powerful life skills to students that I care deeply about. I am an Idaho girl to the core. I grew up on a farm in the Snake River Area. I love to cross country ski, bike, hike and walk. I enjoy studying nutrition and all things healthy. I am married to Todd Moseley. We have 5 children and 14 grandchildren that make life a never-ending cycle of magical moments.
I grew up in Sugar City. Yes, I was a Digger. My husband and I have 4 children and 10 grandchildren . My husband farms. We love to go 4 wheeling and hang out with our grandkids. My oldest has cerebral palsy and lives at home with us. I believe that every child can learn - it just takes some longer than others. My favorite thing about my job is when a child's light comes on and they get it.
Speech -Language Pathologist
Hi, I am Emma Anderson your Speech-Language Pathologist. I was born and raised in the Plano area and currently live in Rexburg. I have my early childhood Montessori education certification from Lighthouse Montessori School, B.S. in Child Development from BYU-I, B.S. in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education from USU, and my M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from USU where I also completed a research project and thesis on the effects of oncological aphasia. I have a wide variety of experience in speech therapy. I have worked in schools, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, skilled nursing facilities, and in hospitals working with acute and rehabilitation patients. I enjoy working with a variety of ages, my youngest clients have been 2 and my oldest in their 90s and everything in between. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, hiking, playing piano, card and board games, working in my yard, and recently I have started cycling.