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Corning Independent Study Teachers

Lance Alldrin 

I’ve worked for the Corning Union High School district since 1994. I started at the main campus as a woodshop and drafting teacher. During this time, I completed my counseling credential and Master’s degree and requested to transfer to the Alternative Ed program. I’ve now been here at the Centennial campus since 2004. Recently I moved into the Independent Study program where I meet weekly with students who are completing their education at home. 

During the summers I live in Kenai Alaska where I have a commercial fishing business. To keep myself busy during the “off hours” I enjoy woodworking, metal fabrication, hunting/fishing and boating.

Marleigh Williams 

Marleigh Williams attended California State University, Chico.  Mrs. Williams began teaching at Corning High School in 1992.  She taught Family and Consumer Sciences (Home Economics) at Corning High School for 28 years.  In 2020 Mrs. Williams transitioned to Independent Study at Centennial High School.  Mrs. Williams has been happily married to Mr. Williams for over 35 years.  She has one daughter and one granddaughter.  Mrs. Williams enjoys reading, walking, art and spending time with her family.

Pat Johnson
Lou Buran