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Meet Our New Faculty!

Meet Our New Faculty!

Linsly is pleased to welcome three new faculty members and one new intern for the 2023-2024 academic year.

From left to right: Mr. Trey Hepburn, Fine Arts; Mrs. Stephanie Romanek, Math Department, Mrs. Kim Harvey, Science Department and Dom Gorence, intern, Class of 2019.

Trey Hepburn is an art teacher, teaching ceramics and Advanced Art. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education with a Three Dimensional studio emphasis in 2008 from West Liberty University. He previously taught in Ohio County School District as a Wheeling Park High School art teacher. An Ohio Valley native, Trey currently lives in Saint Clairsville with his wife Devon and son Logan. He has a passion for teaching and an excitement for seeing the creativity of his students in action. Trey is excited and very proud to be a part of the Linsly School.

Stephanie Romanek is a lifelong resident of Wheeling.  She attended Wheeling Jesuit University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and WV certification to teach grades 5-12.  Mrs. Romanek has over 30 years of experience teaching in Ohio County Schools.  She has taught a variety of math courses at the middle school and high school levels.  She is looking forward to being a part of the Linsly community.
Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, gardening, doing puzzles, and spending time with her husband, John, and their four children.

Kim Harvey is originally from the Charleston, WV area.  She moved to Moundsville to work in the chemical manufacturing industry after receiving her Bachelor Degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry from West Virginia University Institute of Technology.  She received her Master's Degree in Engineering Management from Ohio University Eastern.  After working 27 years in chemical manufacturing, she decided to transition to a second career in education.  In addition to teaching chemistry at Linsly, she will be working with the 6th grade STEAM team and helping with STEAM related clubs.  She is looking forward to inspiring Linsly’s students to develop an interest in science and technology. 
Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, travelling, and outdoor activities such as hiking and camping.  She lives in Moundsville with her husband, Rick and two children, Cheyenne and Hayden.

Dominic Gorence is returning to Linsly as one of our interns. He was a Linsly "lifer," a nickname given to any student who attends our school from fifth grade through their senior year. While at Linsly, he was active in all sorts of clubs and extracurricular activities.  He graduated in 2019 and looks forward to having a very productive and rewarding year at his alma mater.