ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - The Onalaska Education Foundation (OEF) announced the recipients of the Claude Deck Innovative Grants for 2018.
The OEF looks for projects that are innovative and inspire students and teachers to achieve educational excellence; impact a variety of students and/or schools; are collaborative in nature; and meet educational objectives.
This year's recipients represent both public and private Onalaska schools, from elementary to high school and will be honored at the OEF Taste of Onalaska fundraiser Saturday, January 19, 2019 at Stoney Creek Inn.
2018 Claude Deck Innovative Grant Recipients
Paul Adickes Luther High School
Jean Bottelberghe Saint Patrick’s Elementary
Crystal Brunelle Northern Hills Elementary
Mindy Carlisle Eagle Bluff Elementary
Jennie Carson Irving Pertzsch Elementary
Brian Christensen Northern Hills Elementary
Robert Coe Onalaska High School
Alison Cunningham Onalaska Middle School
Michael Fetcenko Saint Paul’s Elementary
Angie Hendrikson Onalaska High School
Carly Holden Northern Hills Elementary
Angela Koblitz Saint Patrick’s Elementary
Michael Landers Onalaska Middle School
Rachel Lee Eagle Bluff Elementary
Christiana Martin Northern Hills Elementary
Cindy McCarville Saint Patrick’s Elementary
Chris Meunier Onalaska High School
Rachel Pollock Onalaska Middle School
Pam Schelfhout Saint Patrick’s Elementary
Sam Servais Onalaska High School
Nicole Shepard Northern Hills Elementary
Amy Sutton Saint Patrick’s Elementary
Larry Swiggum Northern Hills Elementary
Michelle Syverson Eagle Bluff Elementary
Lisa Thompson Northern Hills Elementary
Becky Wilhelm Saint Patrick’s Elementary
Jonathan Witte Luther High School
Brian Wopat Onalaska High School
Katie Wrobel Eagle Bluff Elementary
Tony Zobeck Northern Hills Elementary
For details regarding Onalaska Education Foundation, call Karen Kearns at (608) 518-5041 or email email@example.com.
The Onalaska Education Foundation was founded in 1998 to strengthen community participation in Onalaska public and private schools. Visit OEF online at www.onalaskafoundation.org or like them on Facebook.
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