Stauffer (graduate of Kutztown High School and Kutztown U.)
Married in 1996
Jordan Stauffer (Born 6/01/99), and
as of 2005 was attending Kutztown
Elementary for Kindergarten.
Taryn Alyssa Stauffer (Born 5/22/02)
Taryn was born by c-section at 8:09 a.m. in Allentown. She weighed
7 pounds 7 ounces.
April 7th (which is actually the same day as Darren Max, Dave Knorr and
Kenny Hoverter, who were all part of our class.)
in fine arts and elementary education from Kutztown University
Education Teacher in the Reading School District
("I hated school, I can't believe I'm a teacher! I think Mr.
Minter wanted me to be a starving artist. I'll just keep
using art in the classroom. I paint murals for people in their
children's rooms or wherever they want one. Minter would be so
Chrissie took her Special Ed. exam the day of the 15-year reunion and
passed. She is now certified in Elementary Education and Special
Education. She adds that she loves her job!
As of 2005, Chrissie was continuing on from
her Special Education teaching background to become a behavioral
specialist, and School Psychologist.
born in late 2000)
Cunnius - Stauffer Wedding
from 1/17/97 Reading Eagle/Times
(Copied directly from the Senior Yearbook):
|Feens ... Mel ... Nina and Steve, #1
and #2 ... AM ... JB ... CNA -- Elvina ... JH (mom) ... "yellow
maniac" ... EC ... "the pack" meets "the girls"
... dance marathon ... "Sharks" ... Bruce: I miss you baby ...
good luck ... goodbye Johnny G.
|Chris Mal Notes:
|This is what Mr. Minter wrote in Chrissie's
yearbook: "Why I am writing in your yearbook is beyond me. You
didn't like my class. You always gave me a hard time. You did very
little work and you never came to school. Otherwise I enjoyed having
you. Good luck in K-town. Don't forget all the great background I gave
|From the April 4th, 2006
Reading Eagle "Letters to the Editor":
|Teachers getting a bad reputation
I have never seen better teachers than I do in the Reading School
District. We work harder than teachers in any other district in Berks
We are getting a bad reputation due to No Child Left Behind (“Diplomas
in jeopardy for most RHS seniors,” Reading Eagle, March 29). We should
be holding our heads up with pride that we get through each day with a
full day of lessons being taught.
No Child Left Behind is making it harder for us to actually teach. We do
not have teachable moments anymore. If something isn’t in the lesson
plan, we do not dare go off on a tangent and teach to benefit the
All of the testing and progress monitoring that we are doing takes too
much time away from actually teaching our students. School isn’t fun
anymore for students. They say, “Another test?”
Now No Child Left Behind wants to make us accountable for science as
If we keep giving more and more tests, how will the students learn
anything other than how to take a test?
Editor’s note: Christine Stauffer is an special-education teacher at the
Tyson-Schoener Elementary School.
|It's a Small World:
|When Chrissie was going to RACC, one of her
professors for Special Education was Bob Pettit's sister.
Chrissie has worked with Bob Schmitz's wife for the last two years (as
of 2005.) (By the way, speaking of Bob Schmitz, according to the
1984 yearbook, where everyone else listed the college they planned to
attend the following year, Bob listed that planned to become a "Supreme
New Students: CHRISTINE
CUNNIUS, from Central, feels Mt. Penn has better
teachers and nicer students. She likes the early
dismissal but wishes there was more free time. The
only complaint she has is that we have hardly any
Wendy & Chrissie
(Cutest Picture in
Chrissie with her face very close to the paper, and
3/4 of someone else's head,
Jody hiding behind the ads, and
Chrissie sneaking into the picture
Number people who are
shaking their heads in disbelief
at the fact that I actually saved newspaper clippings of
people from our high school class: