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Blessed Sacrament Elementary School



Educational Background


Bachelor of Science, Social Sciences Comprehensive Major, U.W.-Platteville Master's Degree in Education, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Educational Experience


+ years with Aquinas Catholic Schools
+ years total teaching experience



I was born and raised on a farm in Fountain City, WI. I love to teach and my passion for teaching came from my mom who has been a Kindergarten teacher for over 40 years. I have coached boys and girls basketball at a variety of levels and at numerous camps throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota. In my free time, I enjoy playing golf, basketball, frolf (Frisby Golf), volleyball, softball, gaming, camping, or hanging out with friends and family. I recently just married the love of my life and have two beautiful boys that I can't get enough of. Life has gotten even sweeter since they've become a part of it.

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Students will explore tons of interesting and exciting topics on life, Earth and physical science that will help students gain a better understanding of the world around them. We'll  study topics like Earth, space, engineering, and matter to name a few. Students will take part in hands-on projects and investigations to better help them understand concepts, as well as get a feel for the work that scientists do. Social Studies class will study the early years of the American Republic. Emphasis is placed on the ability to analyze and evaluate historical events rather than on rote memory of names and dates. Nevertheless, the knowledge of milestone events and influential people is necessary, the majority of student work will require a deeper understanding of the importance of these topics and their role in creating the country in which we live today. Also, I include current events in my classroom to help students become competent lifelong learners. I believe they must learn how to use nonfiction materials to expand their knowledge base, solve problems, and make decisions.   Grade Weights: 30% tests, 15% Homework, 30% Projects, 20% Quizzes, 5% participation (Group work and in class activities/projects) Tests: Test and quizzes will be given during and after each Unit from the textbook or Studies Weekly. Daily Assignments: Students should expect at least two to three assignments per week. However, there will not be an assignment given every day. Daily Geography assignments will be given at the beginning of every week and they are expected to turn them in at the end of every week. Students are responsible for following the given directions and completing the assignments on time. All assignments will be due the following day, unless otherwise stated.   Need Help? Students are welcome to come in for help and/or questions before school and after school each day. I understand that parents are not always available to answer questions, so please encourage your student to take the initiative to come and see me when they have questions or need help.


5th & 6th Grade Science and Social Studies




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