Megan, Agriculture Teacher at Sheboygan Falls High School, is a 2018 alumna. Having graduated from UW - River Falls with a degree in Agriculture Education, she taught for a year at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School before returning to the District as our Agriculture Teacher.
Megan states that, “Mr. Brunner was someone I had always looked up to and was the one who encouraged me to become an ag teacher. He helped guide me throughout my High School years and thereafter. The High School agriculture program meant a lot to me. My familiarity with the program and passion for it were influential in my decision to come back to the School District. I am so excited to give my students the experiences I was able to have in high school!”
Megan also fondly remembers playing tennis for Coach Cherveny, who was quite impactful and influential in the passion Megan has for the game of tennis. Upon graduation she had the opportunity to assist in coaching tennis lessons with Coach Cherveny, further developing her love for coaching. Now back within the District, Megan also has assisted with coaching and the tennis program.
Attending the School District helped prepare Megan in numerous ways from her familiarity with the agriculture and tennis programs and more. Because of this familiarity she is able to carry on Sheboygan Falls traditions and grow the programs, utilizing the foundations built, the community connections, especially within the agriculture program and FFA. Megan affirms that she has a great passion for her position because of her experiences as a student within the District, and she hopes she can have a similar impact on her students.