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Plymouth High School Welcomes New Health Science Instructor

February 25, 2019
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Tyler SuchfieldTyler Scutchfield is excited to start her new career in education as the new Health Science instructor at Plymouth High School. She has been a registered nurse since the summer of 2015, after graduating from Valparaiso University with a bachelor of science in nursing.

“After graduation, I moved to Colorado Springs to start my career at a nursing home. I also gained skills working in the hospital with critical neurosurgical care and the pregnancy resource center. Although I enjoyed working in Colorado and hiking, I decided to make a move back home to Indiana to be closer to my family in Valparaiso,” said Scutchfield.

Scutchfield was recently married, in November 2018. Although only on the job for a few weeks she says she is already passionate about her new adventures in teaching. Scutchfield’s predecessor Jona Cartwright, B.S.N., R.N., left the position last month after accepting a new job as an outreach coordinator for St. Joseph Health Systems.

The Health Science Program is part of the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative NCAVC, which is made up of ten surrounding school corporations and is taught at Plymouth High School. Students who successfully complete one year of the program can earn a CPR certification and six dual college credits. Students who complete two years of the program can earn 11 dual college credits.
For more information about the Health Science program visit the following website.  www.plymouth.k12.in.us/vocational


 This article created by PHS Career Marketing class junior Jairo Gonzalez.