Susan DomingoSusan Domingo has degrees in English\Education from NDSU, ND and Library Science from Minnesota State University, Moorehead, MN. She taught English for two years in Box Elder, MT before moving to Missoula in 1976 to complete a masters degree program in Education / Library Science. She began working for the Arlee School District in 1977 as an English teacher and K-12 librarian and is now a full time librarian serving grades 7-12. She is married to a computer programmer/analyst for the UM, and her two sons attend school in Frenchtown.
Career Highlights: Ms. Domingo acknowledges several people who have had a significant impact on her long and happy career at Arlee schools
- Mr. John Perkins, who donated $100,000 for the construction of a new high school library in 1992 - They shared a dream of creating a facility large enough to house books and technology which would be accessible to the community as well as the students
- Mr. Hank Adams, school board member 1992-1998, who allowed her to design the library of her dreams
- Mr. Andy Fischer, school board member 1992-2003, who supported the library philosophically and with an adequate budget
- The current administration who supports the library program and allows her to meet the needs of her students and faculty
Last Modified on November 25, 2009