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New dean, teacher at Two Eagle River School

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Two Eagle River School will begin the year with a new dean and teacher. Rollie Sullivan will be the dean of students and principal at Two Eagle River School. Sullivan is from Sidney and graduated from Fairview High School. He holds degrees from Northern Montana College and Montana State University. 

He was previously a teacher in Outlook, Frenchtown, Circle and Sidney. He was an administrator in Sidney and Kamiah, Idaho. 

He and his wife Sandy have both coached basketball in Montana. His daughter Ashley is a teacher in Culbertson. His son Jace is a teacher in Sidney. His daughter Jordan is a senior at the University of Montana where she plays for the Lady Griz. His son Ryan is a sophomore at the University of Montana at Dillon. 

Sullivan enjoys all sports, fantasy football, sudoku, crossword puzzles, reading and BBQing. 

Sullivan’s favorite aspect of teaching is enjoying students’ activities, developing relationships, and seeing the development and maturation of students. 

Marie Vanderhoof will be the math teacher at Two Eagle River School. She moved to Pablo from Utah, after teaching at Juan Diego Catholic High School in Draper, Utah and Page High School in Page, Arizona. 

She graduated from the University of Idaho with an educational specialist degree and Pfeiffer University with an MBA. She also studied business and economics at Eastern Oregon University. 

Vanderhoof and her husband Bart have two children, Drake, 9, and Breanna, 11. 

She enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and children. 

Her favorite aspect of teaching is seeing students’ successes. 

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