New Faculty Members Announced at LCO Ojibwe School
Submitted by LCO Ojibwe School
Five new faculty members have been added to the LCO Ojibwe School staff for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. They include;
Christopher Berghammer: Will be added as a second 5th grade this year. Chris has a bachelor's degree from Stout and a Master's degree from Silver Lake College. He has 18 years of experience in elementary education and will also be the Head Football Coach for the Hayward/LCO coop. This is a new position created due to the size of the 5th grade class.
Kathryn (Katie) Burger: Will be the k-12 School Counselor. Katie graduated from the Master's of School Counseling Program at Winona State University and has completed a variety of School Counseling Practicums. Katie is also a graduate of Hayward High School. The Guidance Counselor position was filled due to the resignation of Mr. Alivin 'Chip' Beal who took a position with the University of Minnesota-Morris.
Nicolas Henely will be teaching second grade this fall. Nick has an Associate Degree from the LCO Community College and a Bachelor's Degree from UW Superior- He has worked in both the elementary and special education departments for the Hayward Community School District. The second grade position was vacated due to Mrs. Lori St. Germaine moving to a split grade classroom for 2nd and 3rd graders.
Kimberly Miles: Is a graduate of UW Eau Claire with a Bachelor's degree in Special Education. She has over a decade of experience in middle and high school Special Education and will be the lead High School Special Education Teacher replacing Mr. Luke Stone who will be working as a Transition Coordinator for Students With Disabilities.
Lisa Zeit will be teaching special education in the middle and high school this fall. Lisa has a Bachelor's degree from UW Oshkosh in Special Education with an emphasis in Emotional -Behavior Disorders. She has four years of teaching experience including two years at the Menominee Indian School.