Chris Lubniewski earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011. Afterwards, Chris worked in an immunology lab testing nanoparticles for a bioengineering firm, as well as apprenticed a carpenter. As 2007 alum of John Burroughs, Chris joined the Industrial Technology & Engineering and Science departments in 2013. He teaches Engineering Explorations, CAD, Architecture, and several other classes for IT/E. Outside of class, Chris sponsors the FTC Robotics and Supermileage Vehicle Clubs, and also coaches Water Polo. On his off-time, he can be found rock climbing, backpacking, or under the hood of a car.
Kerri graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. While substitute teaching, she quickly realized her passion for education and earned her teaching certification for grades 7-12 at Lindenwood University. Kerri has additional graduate level course work in Biology from Washington University. Kerri has taught middle school through high school students in a variety of science disciplines at area public and private schools. She is thrilled to be joining the JBS faculty to teach our 7th grade science students. While not at Burroughs, Kerri enjoys spending time outdoors. You might find Kerri at the barn with her children, on a run down McKnight, or out hiking with her dog.