Germantown school counselor Becky Wittemann is the latest Wisconsin educator to be named a WEAC-Badgers Outstanding Educator. She will receive two tickets to the University of Wisconsin Badger football game versus Iowa on Saturday, November 9.
Becky has been a school counselor at Kennedy Middle School in Germantown for the past 25 years.
“I believe that education is the doorway to success, and I am committed to making sure that all our children’s needs are met – not just educationally, but also mentally and emotionally,” she said. “I belong to my local, state and national education associations because their mission fully aligns with my values and beliefs. Together we speak for the needs of our children!”
Becky was nominated by her colleague, Leslie DeLain, who said:
“Becky is an amazing educator. She works incredibly hard every day. She is a successful guidance counselor, helping students and staff on a daily basis. Along with her demanding daily schedule, Becky runs the KMS Student Council and heads up the charitable Kennedy Cares project with professionalism and grace. Her leadership in our local Union has given the teachers of the Germantown School District more than would have been possible without her tremendous efforts. It is an honor to have Becky Wittemann as a colleague, and she absolutely deserves to be recognized as one of Wisconsin’s Outstanding Educators.”