Lauren Teuschler first moved into the Forest Hills School District when her father accepted a position as Anderson High School Vice Principal. She attended FHSD her entire school career and is a proud alumna. She received her Bachelors in Education at Bowling Green State University and Masters at Xavier University. She started her teaching career in FHSD where she served as a teacher for ten years and Special Education Case Coordinator for three. In her time as a staff member she served in various teacher leader roles such as Ohio Resident Mentor Teacher, Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Leadership Team, Hope Squad Advisor, Department Head, and Building Leadership Team Member. Lauren and her husband Dave have two sons enrolled in the Forest Hills School District.
Lauren recently began pursuing more education in quality improvement, implementation science and systems change principles. She has found that she has a passion for helping teams create and innovate systems on a large and small scale to better serve their stakeholders. She volunteers in the Ohio State University Continuous Learning and Improvement Mastery Program (CLIMB), as mentor in the Anderson Athletes as Leaders Program, for various local animal rescues, and most recently, as part of the Forest Hills 5K team. While volunteering for the FH5K she came to truly appreciate all that FHFE does and can do to support the district as a whole. After all that FHSD has given Lauren, she feels immense gratitude and hopes to give back in ways that help continue to make an impact for all FHSD students.