Bruce Brumley is a Computer Systems Technology instructor at City College, Montana State University Billings. He has a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.Ed. in education. He has worked in the computer/ networking field for over 30 years. His summer camp programs are designed to create an interest in computer science and technology by facilitating fun and exciting activities that use the Raspberry Pi computer.
Lori Ann Clyatt has been teaching K-college for over 19 years and is a mom to five. She is a fun loving and playful camp leader who has earned her MA in Human Development and Education, teaching credential in Waldorf methods and working on her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Math Education. She currently teaches in the mathematics department at Montana State University Billings and out of her home classroom for the Billings area homeschool families as well as tutoring students of all levels that struggle with math.
Susan Daly is a 14-year veteran teacher in Billings Public Schools. She has taught elementary school and is currently teaching Family Consumer Science, World of Work, and Keyboarding in middle school. This mother of seven and grandmother of nine enjoys working with children of all ages in learning new skills for life.
Annie Douglas and Kiley Felton have a combined 7 years of teaching under their belts with experience at McKinley Elementary and Eagle Cliffs Elementary. While they both enjoy reading, music, and, fun in the sun what they really love is learning, teaching, and silly jokes.
Pam Fletcher is currently teaching at Washington Elementary. She has taught in School District 2 since 1992. Pam is very inventive and it shows in her summer camps!
Lisa Forney grew up in Billings and graduated from Skyview. She played high school basketball, softball, and golf. Lisa attended Boise State University on a golf scholarship and graduated with a degree in Health and Human Performances. She is currently an elementary health enhancement teacher in Billings Public Schools.
Megan Herman is a teacher in the Billings School District. She graduated from Montana State University Billings with a degree in teaching and art. Her summer camp, 321 Blastoff!, focuses on making science fun and enjoyable for kids!
Jo Lokken taught at Skyview for 25 years, and is now a teacher at Lewis and Clark. She loves science, travel, music, kids, and animals. Jo and her husband Jeff have been married for 30 years and they have 4 kids, 4 dogs, 8 cats, and fish. Jo loves to recycle and create fun and functional things out of every day trash!
Jillian Miller has been teaching teenagers for 25 years. She loves fun, hands-on activities and enjoys encouraging students to reach their full potential. She is a happy and creative instructor who truly enjoys working with students!
Glynn Maddox has been the Director of Teen Services at the Boys & Girls Clubs since August 2013. Prior to this Glynn worked as a Program Manager at the Boys & Girls Club Lockwood Clubhouse, overseeing programs for youth of all ages. Glynn is a Montana native, growing up in Belfry and graduated from Montana State University-Billings in 2010 with degrees in History and Political Science. When he is not working, Glynn spends his time with his wife, Amanda and their dog, Murphy.
Karen Rice is a K-12 teacher with a Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and Reading. She is nationally board certified. Karen has taught first, second, and sixth grade, and is “Reading Recovery” trained. She’s a Golden Apple award recipient and served two terms on the Head Start board of directors. Karen is a mother, grandmother, and enjoys teaching youth!
Francisco Saldivar is the Energy Technology instructor at City College, Montana State University Billings. He has an Electronic Systems degree from Community College of the Air Force and a Workforce Education degree from Southern Illinois University. He has worked as an electronics technician and electrician for 15 years. His summer camp programs are designed to provide a fun and exciting introduction to computers, electronics, and programing using the newest technology and programs kids can have fun with.
Lisa Scott earned a Masters in Mathematics Education and K-12 Principal Endorsement from Montana State University in Bozeman. She served as Curriculum and Assessment Director and a Mathematics Coach for Billings Public Schools. She also taught high school mathematics and middle school mathematics for Billings Public Schools and Joliet Schools. She is a past-member of the OPI Math Lead Team and assisted in the development and implementation of ASPIRE in Math. Lisa won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching in 2002, and is the current STREAM Project Manager.
Andy Sullivan is the Process Plant Technology instructor at City College, Montana State University Billings. He has a Chemical Engineering degree from MIT and has worked in oil refining for 20 years. His summer camp programs are designed to spark an interest in science and technology by facilitating fun and exciting activities that might lead to a highly paid and rewarding technology career.
Terri Tarkalson Summers is an elementary music specialist for Billings Public Schools going on 10 years. She recently received her Master’s degree in Special Education from Montana State University Billings. She and her husband have boy/girl twins who are 10 and a little girl who is 6. She and her family enjoy camping, baseball (especially the Seattle Mariners) and traveling.
Darla Williams is a 5/6 Gifted and Talented classroom teacher for the Billings School District. She has her degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in Technology in Education. Darla’s robotics camps allow students to get their hands on Lego robotics and to begin and/or extend their programming of the robots. Kids build robots, program, and complete challenges. There’s a lot of fun and excitement when kids work together to program their robots!