New Educator Spotlight: Carson Deisley
Every week, we will be featuring one of our new LPS educators to get to know a little more about them and why they chose to be an educator. This week's New Educator Spotlight is Carson Deisley, 8th grade P.E. and health teacher at Mickle Middle School.
Building/Department: Mickle Middle School
Teaching Assignment/Role: 8th Grade P.E. and Health
Why did you want to become an educator?
Initially, I wanted to become an educator because of my role models as a child. I had the opportunity to watch one of the best PE teachers up close, my mom, throughout my life and saw what an educator can truly accomplish. The long lasting effect an educator can have not only on their student's school work, but their overall life is something that has inspired me to pursue this profession.
What has been your favorite part of working for Lincoln Public Schools?
My favorite part of working for LPS has been the connections I have made with my coworkers and the support I have received from everyone. I know I am truly supported and backed in this district.
Did you attend Lincoln Public Schools as a student? If so, which school(s)? If not, where are you from?
Schoo Middle School and North Star High School (9th-11th) & Crete High School (12th)
Where did you attend college?
What is your favorite part of being an educator?
My favorite part of being an educator is the process of watching our students grow into confident, smart and capable human beings.
What is a fun fact about you?
I also coach basketball at Southeast High School. Go Knights!
Published: March 3, 2023, Updated: March 3, 2023