Kami Mathisen - Art Teacher

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Kami Mathisen is the new art teacher at Eldorado. She graduated with her Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree from the University of Kansas. With a consistent passion for learning, she believes that an appreciation for fine arts can help mold a well-rounded education.She has always loved working with children and couldn't be more thrilled to be teaching at her favorite school where her three kids also attend. 

Kami Mathisen

Keith Nomis - P.E. Teacher

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Keith Nomis is the PE teacher here at Eldorado. Keith has been in education for over 20 years. He has taught grades 4th, 5th, 6th and now PE. Keith has a bachelor's degree from Black Hills State University where he also played four years of football as an outside linebacker. He also has a Masters Degree in curriculum and instruction from NAU. Along with teaching Keith owns and operates his own fitness gym. Keith is very passionate about the importance of health and fitness. He really makes PE fun and super challenging. His goal is to influence Eldorado students to live a healthy and happy lifestyle.

Mr. Nomis' Website

Keith Nomis

Tetyana Guthrie - Music Teacher


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