East social studies instructor named Rolfs Teacher of the Year
By Darick Fait, Current Staff
For the third time this year, Scott Mindel has proven to his fellow staff and students that he is a top-level educator, this time through a districtwide award. Continue reading
By Alissa Ihlenfeld, Current Staff
Richard Prost didn’t always know he wanted to be a teacher.
Prost, a West Bend East High School science teacher, was given the title of Teacher of the Year by the Rolfs Educational Foundation May 6. He accepted the award in the East Library amidst family and colleagues. Continue reading
By Samantha Dietel, Current Staff
The surprise was nearly spoiled for Michael Lewandowski. Continue reading
By Lily Mottet, Current Staff
Two cakes were made for this year’s Rolfs award ceremony at the West Bend High Schools.
Staff members Mark Drake and Donna Goetz were each honored by the Rolfs Educational Foundation in a surprise event after school May 1 in the West High media center. Drake, who won Teacher of the Year, teaches US Government and Politics and World Affairs. Goetz, who won Support Staff of the Year, is the fulltime school psychologist at the high school. Continue reading
Prizes pile up for East social studies teacher
By Jessica Steger, Current Staff
It’s been a good year for Jessica Flitter, East social studies teacher. Continue reading
By Maggie Kieser, Current Staff
The last curtain of the WBHS performance of Cinderella in February was more than just the final performance of a talented cast. This signified the final high school musical production for longtime director Karen Wysocky. Continue reading
By Hannah Bensen, Current Staff
Some people always knew exactly what they wanted to be when they grew. For Karen Wysocky, it was clear to her that she wanted to become a teacher.
On Monday, May 4 in the auditorium, Karen Wysocky was chosen for the 2015 Rolfs Teacher of the Year for demonstrating the qualities of a great teacher. Continue reading
Two high school teachers given Rolfs award
By Lauren Sorensen, Current Staff
As her family pushed aside the curtain, Cindy Mennig’s eyes began to well up. Continue reading