Mrs. Everix’s second home is her first grade classroom at Spring Brook School. She couldn’t imagine a better age to help guide children with their learning. Mrs. Everix received her Bachelor’s degree from North Central College as well as her Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. One of her favorite parts about being a teacher is visiting with her former students and hearing about the wonderful things they have accomplished. Mrs. Everix loves doing all sorts of activities with her husband Mark and her two sons, Jacob and Matthew. She also enjoys baking, cooking, taking trips to Lambeau Field, and spending time with family and friends.
Ms. Forrester's dream of becoming a teacher came true in 2014 and the blessings just continue to flow! She received her Masters of Arts in Education from National Louis University. Ms. Forrester enjoys inspiring young minds, relaxing, and spending time with her daughter and precocious pooch Precious!
Ms. Koch is in her first year teaching at Spring Brook after graduating with a Master's Degree from Dominican University. She decided to get a degree in teaching elementary after working in special education classrooms the past few years! She loves first grade because reading opens a whole new world of possibilities. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, reading, running, being outside, and spending time with family and friends.
Mrs. Mores is very excited to be teaching first grade at Spring Brook! She has also taught kindergarten and second grade. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from Illinois State University and a Master’s Degree from National Louis University. Her favorite part of teaching is seeing the amazing growth the students make throughout the year and the excitement the students show when they’ve just learned something new! Mrs. Mores and her husband Steve have three sons Brian, Scott, and Matthew who are all Iowa alumni (go Hawkeyes!). In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her family, reading, exercising outdoors, and watching sporting events (White Sox and Black Hawks). She hopes to foster a love of reading and writing in her students both in and out of the classroom.