Diane has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University,
Mequon, WI, and 31 years of teaching experience. She is
presently teaching middle school math, middle school art, eighth
grade literature and is the eighth grade homeroom teacher.
One of Diane's goals is to help her students realize that math is a
useful tool in everyday situations. She also enjoys planning
and leading the yearly eighth grade trip to Washington
At home, Diane enjoys spending time with her husband, children,
and new grandson, Henry. When she is not cheering on the
Milwaukee Brewers and Green Bay Packers, you will find her working
in her flower gardens, exploring new cookbooks, quilting and
relaxing with her dog, Tut.
All children have different learning styles and it's my
responsibility to find out how each child learns best. While
it is important to reach students academically, it is equally
important to help them grow socially strong and emotionally stable
. . . the ability to reach a student on a spiritual level is the
most awesome part of teaching.
"And we know that for those who love God all things work
together for good, for those who are called according to his
purpose." Romans 8:28