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Christy Pierce Named MFEA Class A Drama Coach Of the Year


March 20, 2019 | View PDF

Oliver Nordlund, Speech/Debate Coach of the Year from Billings Central and Christy Pierce the Drama Coach of the Year from Sidney hold their awards they received at the yearly coaches meeting in Bozeman. (Photo submitted)

This year Christy Pierce has been named 2019 MFEA Class A Drama Coach of the Year. In order for Christy to receive this honor fellow Class A coaches nominated her and then all the Class A coaches were able to vote on who would receive this award.

Christy was awarded this honor at the yearly coaches meeting in Bozeman, March 2 and 3.

Christy's interest in drama started in college when she took drama courses in Lansing, Michigan. She worked mostly backstage as a stage manager or director. When she moved back to Sidney she became the Drama Coach and has been coaching for the last eight seasons (October 1-January 31). She not only directs the high school play but has also has taken on directing the middle school play as of this year.

Along with Christy, Gail Staffanson, Speech Coach and Hunter Gordon, Debate Coach all work together to make things go smoothly.

She works during the day at XTO Energy, her "pay the bills" job and then moves on to her true passion of Drama Coach from 3:30-6 p.m. in the evenings and on weekends. After all that she returns home to her baby Charlie, a black lab. Christy says Charlie is a good boy and sometimes accompanies her to the middle school.


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