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Leadership & Staff

Administrator, FACTS SIS Specialist, Teacher Coordinator:  Kaci Brown                                                                                              
Office Administrator:  Lori Adkison
Facilities Liaison, Monitor Coordinator:  TBD
Social Media Moderator, Outreach Coordinator, BLOOM Leader:  Stephanie Aratea
 
Director and CFO:  Stacy Shaddix
FBCW Staff Liaison:   Craig Ormsby                         
FBCW Administrative Assistant:  Robin Gerardi
 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Timothy Ministry’s Board of Directors consists of the following:  Adam and Jana Biesecker, Craig Ormsby, and Eric and Stacy Shaddix.  Their purpose is to set broad policies, protect the vision of the ministry, establish annual budgets and plan for future growth.
 
TEACHER REQUIREMENTS
The roles we hold in The Timothy Ministry are not taken lightly. We have the opportunity to reach many lives and God has given us this platform to do so. As James 3:1 states, “My brethren, let not many of you become teachers, knowing that we shall receive a stricter judgment.”
 
Each person, before becoming an official worker, must have a one-on-one interview with the director. In addition, the following forms are required to be completed: Personal Testimony, Bible Study Covenant, Ministry References, Criminal History Consent Form, Legal/Lifestyle Concerns, and Truths We Hold Dear.
 
Teacher qualifications are as follows:
Christian
Church Member (member of FBCW OR church having same doctrinal beliefs)
Yielding to the Lordship of Jesus Christ
Qualified/Degreed/Skilled in particular area of teaching
Clear an official background check
 
HALL MONITORS
Hall monitors are provided for the A and B building, orchestra room, fellowship hall and the café and are identified by an orange vest.  Our hall monitors are available for safety, student monitoring, information and assistance to aid teachers and parents.  They are proactive in regards to approaching unfamiliar faces, monitoring the bathrooms and building entrances, walking the hallways, monitoring dress code and, in general, just watching out for the well-being of all students.