Racine’s Megan Larson named ‘Top Teacher’

Megan Larson, a French teacher at Racine Case High School and a WEAC and Racine Education Association member, has been honored as a Top Teacher by WISN TV, Milwaukee. “I’m excited,” the 13-year veteran teacher said about being a teacher. “I like school, I like being here. This is a fun place where great things happen. So when I walk in here I know it’s a fresh day and I’m going to have some wins and I’m going to have some challenges, but we’re going to get through this together.”

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WEAC member Lou Kindschi of Oregon is Wisconsin’s Global Educator of the Year

Lou Kindschi, a WEAC member and social studies teacher at Oregon High School, is Wisconsin’s Global Educator of the Year. She was chosen based on her efforts to infuse global studies across all of her classes, her work as coordinator for her school’s Global Education Achievement Certificate, and her outreach to make global studies a part of every student’s education.

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Megan Kuehl ‘stands in solidarity’ with refugees in Greece

WEAC Region 8/WTCS President Megan Kuehl says that volunteering to help refugees in Greece was a humbling and educating experience. “For a short five days, we stood in the gap and stood in solidarity. We hope to continue standing in that gap while back home in Wisconsin and encourage others to do the same.”

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Teacher of the Year Roger King plants seeds of knowledge at Holmen High School

It takes more than knowing your content to be a great teacher. You have to connect. It’s a fine balance of art and science, and it’s what’s earned WEAC member Roger King recognition as Wisconsin High School Teacher of the Year and our representative to the National Teacher of the Year program. King is an agriscience teacher at Holmen High School.

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