Chelsea Hickman

Chelsea Hickman

Molly Loops

My name is Molly Loop. My husband Tyler and I have two boys, Cohen and Cooper. I enjoy reading, running, and spending time with my family. I grew up here in Russellville where I also attended Sequoyah Elementary. I enjoy watching my boys share similar experiences to what I had when I was their age. My favorite part about teaching is being able to witness the learning and growth of students throughout the course of a year. It's amazing to see how their young minds are capable of growing in so many ways, and I love being a part of each child's journey!

Kate Reese

Hello! My name is Kate Reese. I love being a part of the Sequoyah family! I graduated from Arkansas Tech University with my Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. Outside of school, I love to read, golf, exercise, and play with my dog, Willow. My favorite part about teaching is forming relationships with my students and being able to see their faces light up when they learn something for the first time!

Haven LaCour

My name is Haven LaCour. I have a Master of Education in Special Education, which I pursued because of a family member with autism. The hardest thing about teaching is watching your children grow and move on to new and exciting things, wishing that you could be their teacher forever, but I believe the most rewarding thing about teaching is seeing that "ah-ha" moment on a child's face when they achieve something new.

Marissa Roberts

Hello, my name is Marissa Roberts, and I am so excited to be a teacher at Sequoyah Elementary. I have one daughter, Evie. I enjoy sports, trout fishing, hiking, outdoor music concerts, and spending time with my family. I am from the small town of Lamar and attended school there from K-12. I attended Arkansas Tech University and graduated with my bachelors degree in Education. I love being with my students in the classroom watching them learn new skills daily. It is a joy to be part of their educational journey. My goal is to make a positive impact in each of my students' lives.