• Pick Alternative School
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      Mr. Ed Eisle, Paraprofessional  
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         I grew up and graduated from high school in Centralia, Missouri in 1970. I went to Linn Tech College and got a 2yr degree in Design Drafting in 1972.  
     

         In 1972 I got drafted into the Army, spending 2 tours in Korea, assignments in Germany, California, Colorado, Virginia, and finally retired in 1972 after 5 years as a Technical Engineering Instructor.  I also earned AS and BS degrees in Construction and Engineering Management respectively while teaching.  I also spent 3 years as an Army Recruiter, giving me valuable experience with teenagers.

     

         I started as a substitute teacher in the District in 1993, permanently at the High School in 2007.  I am now a paraprofessional at the Pick Educational and Volunteer Facility in the Alternative Classroom.

     

         My wife Sharon and I live outside Dixon and have 3 children, 2 grandchildren with another due in September.  She works as an agent/office manager for an insurance agent here locally.  Our daughter Suzanne is a receptionist at a local hospital, our oldest son Chris is a certified mechanic who is an assistant manager of a parts store/shop in Springfield, and our youngest son Brett is in the Air Force in Okinawa.  Suzanne's son graduated from WHS in 2015.  Brett's son is 4 and they are the ones expecting their 2nd child soon.

     

         Sharon and I spend our time on home improvement projects and traveling to our hometown in Centralia to visit our family and friends.  We also follow the baseball Cardinals and Mizzou sports teams.  We attend Sheppard Baptist Church in Dixon and are very active in church activities.

     

     

         Sharon and I spend our time on home improvement projects and traveling to our hometown in Centralia to visit our family and friends.  We also follow the baseball Cardinals and Mizzou sports teams.  We attend Sheppard Baptist Church in Dixon and are very active in church activities.

     

     
     

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