THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
New Members of the Coleman School Staff
Issue Date: September 12, 2019
Rebecca (Becca) Weber who teaches 2nd grade grew up in the Milwaukee area, went to Wisconsin Lutheran College, and graduated with an Early Childhood Degree. She said she is very excited to be a part of the Coleman family and cannot wait to get to know everyone.
New to the middle school teaching staff is Melissa Auer who recently returned to the Coleman area after living in southeastern Wisconsin for the past 13 years. Both she and her husband are Coleman graduates and are excited to be raising their two children in their hometown. Auer earned her Master's degree from Concordia University and previously taught 5th grade at a rural K-8 school. She is looking forward to working with the Coleman Middle School students and meeting their families.
Jacquelyn Shutte, who will be working with students in grades 3-5, is a new teacher in Special Education Department. She too is a Coleman graduate and happy to be back as a "Coleman Cougar". Before returning to Coleman, she spent the last 11 years teaching special education at Marinette and Peshtigo school districts. She stated: "I am humbled and excited to be able to be a part of the Coleman School District Staff".
Tammy Mongin is pleased to be joining the Elementary Food Service Department. She, her husband, and two sons reside in the Coleman School District. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family, fishing, reading, and attending school/sporting events for her sons.
Laura Willsey is also excited to be joining the Elementary Food Service Department. She too lives in the Coleman School District with her husband and two sons. She enjoys traveling, cooking, baking, gardening, and all the things around their small family farm.
Vicki Mandli is an aide in the Special Education Department for students in grades K-2. She looks forward to working with these young minds and making a meaningful difference in their lives. Prior to coming to Coleman, she worked as a Registered Nurse for 35 years. Outside of work she enjoys gardening, life on the river, campfires, spending time with family/friends, and crafting.
Heather Carlson, also a Coleman graduate, is thrilled to join the district as a Reading Center Aide. She, who resides in the Grover area with her husband and has three daughters who all attend Coleman School. She is looking forward to watching all the students excel and thrive this school year.
Pictured from left are: Becca Weber, Melissa Auer, Jacqi Shutte, Tammy Mongin, Laura Willsey, Vicki Mandli, and Heather Carlson.