I have served on the Washington Board of Education since 2007. I am proud of being a lifelong community member of Washington and the daughter of the late Harold and Mildred Allison.
I began kindergarten here in 1975 and graduated in 1988. My husband, Dale Wells, and I, established our home in Washington where we raised our three children, Jalyn Wells Koch, Montana Wells and Allison Wells. Our children also attended Washington Public Schools. Dale and I are members of the Church of Christ.
I have been active in the community in many aspects. I enjoyed serving as a volunteer with the Washington All Sports Association when our children were younger. I helped run the softball league and coached for over twelve years. I have also enjoyed helping with the FFA, booster clubs, and other activities my children were involved in. I now enjoy watching my many great-nieces and nephews in their Washington School activities and traveling to spend time with my grandchildren, Halleigh, Tah, and Barret Koch.
I graduated from the University of Oklahoma-Health Sciences Center in 1993, with a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine. I am currently employed by Norman Regional Health System as the supervisor of Heart Plaza Imaging. I have been involved with the Oklahoma Section of the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologists and served as past Vice-President and past President. I serve as a guest lecturer for the Molecular Imaging Program at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center. I enjoy teaching future Nuclear Medicine Technologists and was honored to be named the Outstanding Clinical Instructor for the program in 2018.
I love our community and school. I do not believe there is a better one anywhere. I am thankful for our students, support staff, faculty, and administration which continue to set high expectations for academic growth and personal integrity. I am humbled with your trust to be included as a steward of our wonderful school.