Seven new teachers met students in the New London School District this week.
DeMoulin has a degree in elementary education 1-8 with a social science minor.
She has been a substitute teacher, as well as a process improvement facilitator for ThedaCare.
Originally from Hortonville, DeMoulin will teach sixth grade social studies in New London.
“The thing I love most about my job is that I get to see kids learn and grow in their knowledge each day,” DeMoulin said.
She added that her goal for the upcoming school year “will be to get to know each of my students, work with the community, and help my students be successful.”
Flohr attended UW-Stevens Point, and received a Masters degree from UW-Stout.
She has high school and middle school teaching experience in the Clintonville School District.
Flohr, a New London native, will be teaching special education at the intermediate/middle school in New London.
“I love watching students achieve their goals,” Flohr said.
Flohr said it is her goal “to meet the needs of my students and help them meet their goals and dreams.”
Friemark received a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education from Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee. She received her Masters degree from UW-Stevens Point in education with a certification in gifted and talented.
The Tomah native has one year of experience at Tomorrow’s Children in Waupaca and nine years of teaching experience in the Weyauwega-Fremont School District.
She will teach fifth grade at the intermediate/middle school in New London.
She said she enjoys the unexpectedness each day brings from students, as it make every day exciting.
“My goal is to help each student reach their full potential,” Friemark said. “I am excited to join the New London community.”
Gerritts received a degree in sociology from UW-La Crosse, and a degree in education from UW-Green Bay.
His past experience includes working at St. Nicholas School in Freedom. There he taught science, reading, and religion to grades 5-8.
In New London Gerritts will teach seventh grade at the intermediate/middle school.
“I really enjoy the challenge of trying to find new ways of engaging my students,” Gerritts said.
He added that his goal “is to make the lives of all the new people I meet this year a little better including students, colleagues, parents and members of the community.”
Marquardt received a bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree from UW-Whitewater. Her teaching experience includes time at Almond-Bancroft High School and Little Wolf High School in Manawa.
The Little Chute native will teach at the New London High School. She will teach accounting, personal finance, business law, desktop publishing, keyboarding, computer applications, web page design, and introduction to business.
“I love working with the students and teaching them things they can use in their future,” Marquardt said.
She added that her goals “are to build relationships with students and staff and to help prepare students for their future.”
Perrin attended UW-Stevens Point where she received a bachelor’s degree in communicative disorders, and a master’s degree in speech language pathology. The Appleton native graduated in May after completing an externship as an SLP in the Appleton Area School District.
In New London she will be a full-time speech and language pathologist, working with 4K-4th grade students at Lincoln Elementary School.
“As a speech and language pathologist, I embrace my opportunities to build relationships with students and their families and work as a team to help their student find success, whatever that may mean for them,” Perrin said.
She said with this being her first year teaching, she looks forward to being able to apply the knowledge she gained during her education. She also looks forward to learning from the many experienced educators in the New London School District.
Annette Van Straten
Van Straten attended Marian University in Fond Du Lac. The Shiocton native has previous teaching experience in the Clintonville School District.
She will teach vocal music and show choir at the intermediate/middle school in New London.
“I love seeing students progress and grow over the year,” Van Straten said.
She added that her goal is, “to continue to push the tradition of musical excellence at the middle school to the next level.”