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Mishicot School District welcomes new teachers

5:19 PM, Sep. 13, 2013  |  Comments
Among the new teachers in the Mishicot School District are, front row (from left), Amanda Haag, Eileen Lacenski and Emilie Trimberger; and, back row (from left), Kevin Fix, Brittni Krause, Colleen Worthman and Ryan McCulley.
Among the new teachers in the Mishicot School District are, front row (from left), Amanda Haag, Eileen Lacenski and Emilie Trimberger; and, back row (from left), Kevin Fix, Brittni Krause, Colleen Worthman and Ryan McCulley.
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The Mishicot School District welcomes several new teachers. They include:

? Brittni Krause is the new children with disabilities teacher for grades two and four.

? Amanda Haag, also from Mishicot, is teaching fifth grade.

? Kevin Fix, from Cottage Grove, teaches fifth grade and is Mishicot's head football and boys' track coach.

? Colleen Worthman is teaching middle and high school mathematics. She's originally from Sheboygan.

? Eileen Lacenski, originally from Denmark, is teaching middle school general music.

? Emilie Trimberger, from Green Bay, has taken the position of speech-language pathologist for the school district.

? Ryan McCulley, from Reedsville, is teaching high school social studies.

? Erica Roberts is from New London and is teaching four-year-old kindergarten.

? Elsye Henke, from Wisconsin Rapids, is teaching elementary Spanish and is also the Title I mathematics teacher.

In other Mishicot-area news:

? While Mishicot welcomes new teachers to the community, we are saying good-bye to our police chief, Ryan Gilbert, who is resigning his position to pursue other opportunities. Gilbert has served the village since 1998. He was awarded more than $200,000 in grant money to improve local law enforcement, ambulance and fire protection services. In 2004, he worked with local youth to create the Mishicot Skate Park. And in 2012, Gilbert was selected for elite training at the FBI National Academy. Mishicot thanks Gilbert for his service to the village and wishes him the best in his future endeavors.

? The winners from Mishicot Riverfest have been announced. Duck race winners (listed in order starting with first place) include Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Neuser, Brooke Trombley, Kevin Retzlaff, Paul Trost, Emily Lensmire, Laurie Schleis, Alan Thomas, Deb Rhein, Jessica Maurer, Dick Hoffman and Diane Witte. Cow pie winners were (starting with first place) Charlie Walesh, Tom Rahmlow, Paul Arkens and Dustin Johanek. Corrie Schwartz was the winner of the wood carving event.

? Mishicot is looking for volunteers to return books from our library drop boxes once a week. If you can take books to the Two Rivers Public Library once a week, once a month or as a substitute, contact the Mishicot Area Growth and Improvement Committee at magic@mishicot.org or call and leave a message at (920) 755-3411.

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