Creath Starts Work at Webster

Evelyn Trampe
Contributing Writer

Instructional tech
Before coming to Webster, Leslie Creath released this Christian album “Sweet Redemption.” It is available on iTunes. Photo provided by Leslie Creath.

Leslie Creath, new technology integration-literacy specialist, can not only answers questions about technology issues, but she can also can be seen singing and playing her guitar in her free time.

In 2009, Creath recorded a Christian album, titled, “Sweet Redemption,” which is comprised of all original songs. “Sweet Redemption” can be found on iTunes under Creath’s maiden name, Leslie Follmar. In High School Creath participated in volleyball, softball and basketball. With Creath’s help, her Texan high school, Cypress Christian School, basketball team won an all state championship.

After high school Creath attended Texas Tech College and majored in marketing. It wasn’t until after college she realized she was interested in technology and wanted to help teachers. Before working at Webster, Creath worked as a middle school science and social studies teacher. Having to move for her husband’s job, Creath was given the opportunity to do exactly what she wanted, to work with teachers and technology as a technology integration-literacy specialist.              

  About WGHS Creath said, “Being the new person is always hard, and all of the teachers have been really nice and welcoming… The kids have been cool. I really hope I get to meet more kids because that’s one thing I really miss about being in the classroom, like I really miss it.”     

Creath has worked at five different schools in her career, and she hoped Webster Groves High School is her last.


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