Tausha Petrie the oldest of 4, grew up in a small town in South Dakota. She moved to Alaska in 1998. Tausha is married to Lance who is a middle school teacher and coach. They have two children, Alyson and Jackson. Tausha began teaching at ParentShare in 2007 as the Cubs teacher. In 2013 she graduated to the Bears class. With will over a decade of being at ParentShare Tausha takes a lot of pride in the daily task that come along with running a cooperation. In addition to teaching and directing ParentShare, she volunteers for many local groups and serves as a board member with several different organizations in and out of Alaska. Tausha is a past board member for PSP. Her hobbies include reading, gardening in her greenhouse, watching movies, traveling, cooking, entertaining family and friends and playing cards.
Cubs are 3/4's Bears are 4/5's
Mrs. Ahrens ParentShare Cubs Teacher/Director:
Shelby Ahrens grew up in Lake Iliamna where both her parents taught. She graduated from Alaska Pacific University with a BA in Elementary Education. Shelby taught nine years in the ASD as a regular education teacher in grades K and 1st, and in an opitional program combo class K1. Plus a few extra years of subbing in both districts. Shelby and her husband Ben moved to Palmer in 2009. Ben works at the Alaska Railroad as a terminal manager and is a Captain in the Air Guard. Shelby served on the PSP school board for four years and was a regular sub in the Bears and Cubs class. She loves helping in her boys: Brayden, Colben and Laeth's schools. Shelby enjoys being with her family and all the busyness that includes!
Glenda Haunold grew up in Ireland and moved to Alaska in 1999 after she graduated University. She met her husband Pete in Port Alsworth, AK. They were married and moved to the Valley where they raised three children. Her husband works for Holland America-Princess as the Shop Foreman. Her eldest two children have graduated high school and are in college and her youngest is in high school.
All three of her children were ParentShare students. Glenda served on the PSP board during her children's time at PSP. Glenda began subbing for PSP in 2016 and started working full time in 2020.
She has spent many years volunteering in her children’s classrooms, teaching Sunday school, and subbing for the school district.
In her free she loves spending time with her family, enjoys camping, hiking, and traveling.