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Belleville School District Welcomes New Staff


August 29, 2019

Photo courtesy of Nate Perry

The Belleville School District has several new teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. From left: Tim Serum, Lydia Bruning, Amy Lewis, Rebecca Maas, Karlyn Rear, Ben Schwinn, Jessica Gobel, and Hailey Kolasch. Not Pictured: Amanda Nemec.

The Belleville School District has welcomed several new staff members for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.

Originally from Mondovi, Tim Serum joins the district at the Middle and High School. Serum says, "I am excited to be teaching in a small, tight knit community filled with great people and great kids."

Lydia Bruning joins the district as a Middle School Special Education Teacher and is originally from Montello. "I'm excited to teach in Belleville because I've heard amazing things about the district, staff and students," says Bruning. "I also like that it's a small town!"

Amy Lewis will be teaching English and History at the High School. Lewis is originally from Monroe and states, "I am excited to teach in a small, close-knit community that offers large school academics! I have been impressed from the moment I arrived here!"

Rebecca Maas, originally from Spooner, has joined the district as the Elementary School Counselor. "I was lucky enough to complete part of my internship in Belleville," said Maas. I was able to witness first-hand the supportive and enthusiastic learning environment Belleville School District offers. I am so excited to be a part of this team!"

Karlyn Rear, who grew up in Belleville, joins the district as a 2nd grade teacher. "I am excited to be back in my hometown and teaching at the elementary school I attended," said Rear. "I love the community and small town atmosphere Belleville provides. I'm excited to be a part of it once again!"

Joining the district as a high school math teacher is Ben Schwinn, from Madison. Schwinn states, "I am excited to teach here so that I can get to know the students and staff here in Belleville."

Monticello native Hailey Kolasch joins the district as a 5th grade teacher. "What I look forward to most about teaching in Belleville is being able to build strong, meaningful relationships with my students," Kolasch said. "Belleville is a small community and I look forward to staying in touch with them for years to come!"

Belleville native Amanda Nemec joins the district as a 5th grade teacher. "I am excited to be teaching where I grew up and now my own children go to school," says Nemec. "I am also excited to be part of a strong staff that works together and are constantly striving to make this a great district for our students."


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