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Jackie Robinson

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Attitude is a choice. What you think you can do, whether positive or negative, confident or scared, will most likely happen
— Pat Summitt

Central Oregon

Faculty
458-231-3559
email
jrobinson@bakercharters.org

Jackie has 11 years of teaching experience in PE and Health. She also coached softball for a number of years. She graduated from Eastern Oregon University with her Bachelor's of Science in Physical Education and Health and Master's in Education.
Jackie lives in Lakeview, Oregon with her husband and daughter. She is looking forward to working with the students and families at BWA!

Morgan Willnauer

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We become what we want to be by consistently being what we want to become each day
— Richard Scott

Willamette Valley

Faculty
541-519-9964
mwillnauer@bakercharters.org

Morgan Willnauer has recently graduated with his Masters of Arts in Teaching. He enjoys traveling the world and learning from other cultures. He loves incorporating those learnings and different perspectives into his classes. 

 

Jerry Von

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Begin each day with a grateful heart
— Unknown

Willamette Valley

Faculty
541-519-5970

jvon@bakercharters.org

Jerry obtained his Masters in Teaching from Oregon State University and his Bachelor of Science Degree from California State University, Fullerton. Jerry loves traveling the world, playing guitar, pursuing business ventures, and the outdoors. You may find him backpacking, canoeing, fly-fishing, or somewhere on his adventure motorcycle.
His motto is "never stop learning!" As a long-time teacher in Oregon, he really enjoys working with students and their families. His love for the outdoors, sports, and music make him a unique blend… think “Bear Grylls” meets “The Voice!”

Mandy Cramer

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If you want something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done
— Unknown

Willamette Valley

Faculty
541-519-9984

acramer@bakercharters.org

Despite graduating with a music degree from Linfield College, Mandy always knew she wanted to pursue a future in education. After attending Willamette University and earning a Master’s of Arts in Teaching, she began her career teaching for the Salem-Keizer School District. During her 9 years at Salem-Keizer, she was blessed to have taught in many capacities which include, Secondary Math, Health and Family and Consumer Studies. This is Mandy’s first year with Baker Web Academy; she is most looking forward to getting to know and support students and their families.