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Antigo welcomes new administrator, principal and staff Monday morning
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Dr. Julie Sprague, new district administrator, and Clint Rogers, high school principal were among those on hand as the Antigo school district welcomed new instructors for the 2018-19 school year.

The list, a bit longer than previous years due to reassignments and retirements, included staff at all levels of the district, ranging from four-year-old-kindergarten through high school science and counseling.

Sprague is an Antigo alumnus, received her doctorate from Edgewood College in Madison. She has 27 years of experience with the Wausau school district as a teacher, coach, team leader and department leader.

Rogers comes to Antigo from the Nekoosa school district, where he served as principal of Alexander Middle School. He also has experience as an elementary principal and teacher in Wausau and elementary teacher in Wisconsin Rapids.

He holds a master's degree in public administration from St. Mary's University of Minnesota and completed his bachelor's degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

The other new staff includes:

â€Amanda Opper: Family and consumer education, high school; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed by Monona Grove School District.

â€Nathan Hansen: Special education, Middle School.

â€Jamsheed Khodavandi: Special education, West Elementary; Lakeland University; previously employed by Racine School District.

â€Logan Rudis: Graphics, high school; University of Wisconsin-Stout; previously employed at Tomahawk.

â€Ashley Hartl: Fifth grade, North Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; Student teacher in the Omro school district.

â€Victoria Loose: First grade, North Elementary; University of Wisconsin-River Falls; Student teacher in the Spring Valley school district.

â€Katelyn Williams-Parilek: Occupational therapist; University of Wisconsin-River Falls; previously employed by Aspirus Langlade Hospital.

â€Rachael Boda: Fifth grade, West Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; Student teacher in the Wittenberg-Birnamwood school district.

â€Heather Bakke-Sweeney: School counselor, high school; University of Wisconsin-River Falls; Interned at Prescott school district.

â€Michael Flood: Physical education, high school; University of Wisconsin-Platteville; previously employed at Tomahawk school district.

â€Sara Wickersheim: Early childhood, East Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Concordia; previously employed by the White Lake school district.

â€Avery Koblings: Science, high school; University of Wisconsin-Superior; Student teacher at Superior High School.

â€Tara Stoltz: First grade, West Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed in the Stevens Point school district.

â€Ashley Lund: First grade, East Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stout; Student teacher in the Menomonie school district.

â€Loni Glatz: Speech language pathologist; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed by the Menominee Indian school district.

â€Kelly Carlson: Special education, North Elementary; Concordia University; previously was a school counselor by the Bowler school district.

â€Thomas May: Special education, high school; University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse; previously employed in the Menominee school district.

â€Katherine Kleinschmidt: Third grade, Spring Valley Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Superior; Student teacher in the D.C. Everest school district.

â€Danielle Cox: Four-year-old kindergarten/early childhood; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; previously employed in the Milwaukee school district.

â€Jason Lammert: Second grade, East Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed in the D.C. Everest school district.

â€Benjamin Kessler: Math, high school; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed in the Wausau school district.

â€Andrea Hippe: Interpreter, high school.

â€Brittany Hamann: English language arts, Middle School; Student teacher in the Hudson school district.

â€Julie Dobrinska: Transferred from Middle School to teaching fourth grade at North Elementary.
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NEW TEACHERSâ€The Antigo school district welcomed a variety of new staff this week as it prepares for the start of the 2018-19 school year. From left are (back row) Andrea Hippe, Sara Wickersheim, Jamsheed Khodavandi, Loni Glatz, Nathan Hansen, Rachael Boda, Christopher Barry, Julie Dobrinska, Thomas May, Avery Koblings, Michael Flood, Benjamin Kessler, Logan Rudis, Dr. Julie Sprague, Clint Rogers, (front row) Kelly Carlson, Katelyn Williams-Parilek, Ashley Hartl, Victoria Loose, Tara Stoltz, Keah Mach, Brittany Hamann, Katherine Kleinschmidt, Heather Bakke-Sweeney, Danielle Cox, Amanda Opper, and Ashley Lund.

Antigo welcomes new administrator, principal and staff Monday morning
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Dr. Julie Sprague, new district administrator, and Clint Rogers, high school principal were among those on hand as the Antigo school district welcomed new instructors for the 2018-19 school year.

The list, a bit longer than previous years due to reassignments and retirements, included staff at all levels of the district, ranging from four-year-old-kindergarten through high school science and counseling.

Sprague is an Antigo alumnus, received her doctorate from Edgewood College in Madison. She has 27 years of experience with the Wausau school district as a teacher, coach, team leader and department leader.

Rogers comes to Antigo from the Nekoosa school district, where he served as principal of Alexander Middle School. He also has experience as an elementary principal and teacher in Wausau and elementary teacher in Wisconsin Rapids.

He holds a master's degree in public administration from St. Mary's University of Minnesota and completed his bachelor's degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

The other new staff includes:

â€Amanda Opper: Family and consumer education, high school; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed by Monona Grove School District.

â€Nathan Hansen: Special education, Middle School.

â€Jamsheed Khodavandi: Special education, West Elementary; Lakeland University; previously employed by Racine School District.

â€Logan Rudis: Graphics, high school; University of Wisconsin-Stout; previously employed at Tomahawk.

â€Ashley Hartl: Fifth grade, North Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; Student teacher in the Omro school district.

â€Victoria Loose: First grade, North Elementary; University of Wisconsin-River Falls; Student teacher in the Spring Valley school district.

â€Katelyn Williams-Parilek: Occupational therapist; University of Wisconsin-River Falls; previously employed by Aspirus Langlade Hospital.

â€Rachael Boda: Fifth grade, West Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; Student teacher in the Wittenberg-Birnamwood school district.

â€Heather Bakke-Sweeney: School counselor, high school; University of Wisconsin-River Falls; Interned at Prescott school district.

â€Michael Flood: Physical education, high school; University of Wisconsin-Platteville; previously employed at Tomahawk school district.

â€Sara Wickersheim: Early childhood, East Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Concordia; previously employed by the White Lake school district.

â€Avery Koblings: Science, high school; University of Wisconsin-Superior; Student teacher at Superior High School.

â€Tara Stoltz: First grade, West Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed in the Stevens Point school district.

â€Ashley Lund: First grade, East Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stout; Student teacher in the Menomonie school district.

â€Loni Glatz: Speech language pathologist; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed by the Menominee Indian school district.

â€Kelly Carlson: Special education, North Elementary; Concordia University; previously was a school counselor by the Bowler school district.

â€Thomas May: Special education, high school; University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse; previously employed in the Menominee school district.

â€Katherine Kleinschmidt: Third grade, Spring Valley Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Superior; Student teacher in the D.C. Everest school district.

â€Danielle Cox: Four-year-old kindergarten/early childhood; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; previously employed in the Milwaukee school district.

â€Jason Lammert: Second grade, East Elementary; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed in the D.C. Everest school district.

â€Benjamin Kessler: Math, high school; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; previously employed in the Wausau school district.

â€Andrea Hippe: Interpreter, high school.

â€Brittany Hamann: English language arts, Middle School; Student teacher in the Hudson school district.

â€Julie Dobrinska: Transferred from Middle School to teaching fourth grade at North Elementary.
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NEW TEACHERSâ€The Antigo school district welcomed a variety of new staff this week as it prepares for the start of the 2018-19 school year. From left are (back row) Andrea Hippe, Sara Wickersheim, Jamsheed Khodavandi, Loni Glatz, Nathan Hansen, Rachael Boda, Christopher Barry, Julie Dobrinska, Thomas May, Avery Koblings, Michael Flood, Benjamin Kessler, Logan Rudis, Dr. Julie Sprague, Clint Rogers, (front row) Kelly Carlson, Katelyn Williams-Parilek, Ashley Hartl, Victoria Loose, Tara Stoltz, Keah Mach, Brittany Hamann, Katherine Kleinschmidt, Heather Bakke-Sweeney, Danielle Cox, Amanda Opper, and Ashley Lund.
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