Mrs. Clemens just completed 21 years of teaching
in a variety of schools and is excited to begin her next chapter at
St. Paul, teaching fourth grade.
Mrs. Clemens was born in Richland
Center, WI and also lived in Geneseo, IL during her high school
years, attending public schools. With encouragement from her
mom to be a teacher and attend a small Lutheran college, Mrs.
Clemens attended Concordia University Wisconsin and received a
degree in Elementary Education/Early childhood(minor).
Just after getting married, Mrs.
Clemens began her teaching career in Jefferson City, MO in 3rd
grade. She then moved back to Milwaukee area and taught 2nd
grade at St. John's, Glendale. It was there that God called
her to pursue special education. Mrs. Clemens became the
Resource Room teacher at St. John's for Lutheran Special School and
Educational Services, working with students K-8 in a pull-out
program. Through this organization, she learned to be
an advocate for all children and to promote success for each child,
especially through differentiation and sensory processing
Mrs. Clemens received her Master's
Degree of Arts from Cardinal Stritch University in 2002 with
special certifications in Learning Disabilities and Reading
Teacher. She is certified to teach children PK-12.
Council of Exceptional Children
International Literacy Association
enjoys watching her boys play in a variety of sports and spending
time with family.