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October 28, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Freelance Journalist

Anna Brueggeman, Creative Movement/Dance

ESAA’s new creative movement/dance specialist  Anna Brueggeman has an extensive background in dance, including ballet, pointe, modern, jazz, improvisation and choreography.

Ms. Brueggeman joined the Sheboygan Area School District this fall after having taught dance for four years at her alma mater, Milwaukee High School of the Arts, and having directed the dance department and taught English for a year at Gila Ridge High School in Yuma, Arizona. 

She holds a bachelor of arts degree in dance and a bachelor of science degree in education (1-8) with a minor in English from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and a K-12 dance education certification from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Ms. Brueggeman obtained a master of arts education degree with an emphasis on professional development in dance from Alverno College and will complete a master of fine arts degree in performance dance at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee later this year.

“I have had the pleasure of teaching, choreographing, performing, and directing numerous classes and productions in the Milwaukee area,” said Ms. Brueggeman, who also teaches dance at Alverno College and is a member of the Wisconsin Dance Council and National Dance Education Organization.

She enjoys working at ESAA because the school values and fully incorporates multiple intelligences and the arts.

Traveling is a favorite pastime for Ms. Brueggeman, who would love to see the world. Places she hopes to visit include Peru, China, Croatia, Eastern Europe and Australia.

She also likes to read mystery novels, hike, camp, work in her garden, fix up her house and spend time with family and friends.

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October 28, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Freelance Journalist

Jamie Lohuis, Interventionist

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Whenever Jamie Lohuis sees a cotton ball, she can’t help but smile and remember why she chose to work with children.

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October 6, 2012
by: Pamela Koehn Oestreicher

Cookware Campaign

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In order to increase their learning-fun and minimize the impact on school staff, we are in need of some gently used cookware for student use in...

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April 13, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Journalist

Flame Project

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Fifth-graders at ESAA will leave their mark on the world of science when they cast their vote on a burning question: What is a flame?

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February 14, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Journalist

ESAA Government

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In their latest project-based learning unit, third- through fifth-graders at ESAA are getting a firsthand experience in democracy. The students are examining how to develop a student government for ESAA that provides freedom, democracy and justice.

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February 14, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Journalist

Mrs. Marzouki, Lower-Primary Teacher

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What Elizabeth Marzouki enjoys most about teaching second-graders at ESAA is their enthusiasm for learning.

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February 8, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Journalist

February Community Meeting

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This month, Mr. Johnson’s third- and fourth-graders and Mrs. Timm’s fourth- and fifth-graders will host the meeting and will share what they learned about slavery.

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February 8, 2012
by: Dollie Cromwell, Journalist

Restaurant Project

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Parents and select community members will have a very special dining opportunity next month. ESAA first- and second-graders are designing a restaurant for their current health...

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