Honor 2018 District retirees with a gift to support our schools
The La Crosse Public Education Foundation (LPEF) is pleased to join with the School District of La Crosse in saluting retiring teachers and other staff members. See a detailed list below.
With support from our Salute to Educators Sponsor Fowler & Hammer, LPEF is again helping to underwrite the cost of the District Retirement Dinner May 9, 2018, and is also partnering with the La Crosse Tribune to publicly recognize retiring employees in a full-page ad to be published May 13.
Former students, colleagues and friends looking for a way to honor and recognize these people for their dedicated service to education may want to consider a gift to LPEF. We’ve created a special recognition program to encourage these types of lasting gifts.
- For each gift of $35 or more, we’ll provide the retiring staff member with a complimentary ticket (limit 4) to our Grants Award Luncheon set for Jan. 21, 2019.
- The retiree honored with the greatest number of gifts (by June 30, 2018) will be recognized at the Grants Award Luncheon – and a classroom or staff development grant will be awarded in his/her name.
For information and form to submit your gift, download our special flyer.
Retirees, most recent position and years of service to the School District of La Crosse
Norma Arneson, Emerson Elementary teacher, 34 years
William Arttus, Northside Elementary custodian, 17 years
Vicki Burritt, Summit Elementary language pathologist, 35 years
Cheryl Dammon, North Woods Elementary school nutrition assistant manager, 20 years
Fredrick Goetzman, Southern Bluffs Elementary custodian, 33 years
Debra Harguth, North Woods Elementary teacher assistant/educational interpreter, 33 years
Ernest Harter, Central High custodian, 31 years
Shirley Hayes, Central High cook, 16 years
Susan Hildahl, Logan High LMC teacher assistant, 18 years
Andrea Hoesley-Washa, Central and Logan High business education teacher, 29 years
Mary Hole, Logan High media teacher assistant, 28 years
Laurie Kartman, Southern Bluffs Elementary early childhood special education teacher, 20 years
Deborah Kollross, Logan High principal, 20 years
Susan Kronebusch, Spence Elementary cook, 18 years
Michael Lavelle, Logan High teacher assistant, 13 years
Ledi Loeffler, Lincoln Middle administrative assistant, 24 years
Edward Ludwig, Hamilton Elementary teacher, 26 years
Victoria Lyons, District technical services director, 11 years
Catherine Moe, Logan High administrative assistant, 25 years
Karen Olson, Northside Elementary English language learner teacher, 31 years
Laura Schwalbe, Southern Bluffs Elementary teacher, 28 years
Annette Semke, Southern Bluffs Elementary health assistant, 20 years
Freddi Servais, North Woods Elementary LMC teacher assistant, 28 years
Yin-Chiao Slama, Southern Bluffs Elementary and Longfellow Middle English language learner teacher, 18 years
Linda Stremcha, Hamilton Elementary cook, 22 years
Debra Suchla, Board of Education, 17 years
Tamara Tooke, Summit Elementary administrative assistant, 35 years
Marla Uebele, Northside Elementary English language learner teacher, 14 years
Mary Beth Vach, Southern Bluffs Elementary, Spence Elementary and Hintgen Elementary music teacher, 31 years
Pamela Veglahn, State Road Elementary school nutrition assistant manager, 26 years
Pamela Von Wald, Spence Elementary teacher assistant, 28 years
Cheryl Ward, Summit Elementary preschool teacher, 22 years
Brenda Weber, Hintgen Elementary learning disabilities teacher, 34 years