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The P A I D
KOHLER, WI 53044


219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044


Published Monthly In Kohler, WI 53044 May, 2008 Volume 3, Number 9

Rec trail construction underway

Reconstruction of the Old Plank Road Service Corp., which is extending a utility Alternative routes from near
Trail between the Sheboygan trailhead and pipeline, will pay for part of the re-paving ROUTE 1 - Alternative 1: CTH Y
Range Line Road has begun and is sched- of the two-mile stretch of trail. south to Greenfield Drive in Kohler,
Greenfield Drive southwest to
uled to be completed by June. The trail is The County Planning and Resources Fond du Lac Avenue in Sheboygan
Falls. Fond du Lac Avenue west to
closed between the Sheboygan trailhead Department has developed suggested STH 32, north on STH 32 to the
and Range Line Road until repaving work detours during this period. Recreational ROUTE 2 - Alternative 2: CTH Y
trail users, as well as individuals who may south to Greenfield Drive in Kohler,
is complete. People are asked to please stay Greenfield Drive southwest to
use the trail as a bicycle commuting route, Range Line Road. Range Line
off this section of the trail during construc- Road north to the OPRT. Trail is
were kept in mind during the process. open to the west.
Maps and route descriptions are available From the far North (Howards
The temporary inconvenience of the trail at kiosks at the Old Plank Road trailheads
Grove vicinity):
ROUTE 3 - To access Sheboygan
closure will result in a great benefit to the and are posted on the County web site. Falls or Kohler: Range Line Road
to the Greenfield Drive. OPRT to
County in the long run. This section of the Specific information about the trail destinations west.
trail, which is in need of repair, will be ROUTE 4 - For destinations east:
reconstruction and detour route informa- Use CTH JJ (Garton Road) to CTH
completely reconstructed and widened; and tion can be viewed at the official LS. CTH LS south into Sheboygan.
From the Southeast:
will meet current federal and state stan- Sheboygan County web site: ROUTE 5 - Indiana Avenue (CTH
PP) west. Becomes Lower Falls
dards after completion. Wisconsin Public Road. Lower Falls Road west to
City of Sheboygan Falls. North on
Broadway (STH 32) through town
to OPRT.
Areas west of STH 32 east
towards Kohler and the City of
ROUTE 6 - OPRT west to STH 32;
STH 32 to Fond du Lac Avenue;
Fond du Lac east to Greenfield
Drive; Greenfield northeast to CTH
Y; CTH Y north for destinations
north. For destinations northeast
CTH Y to CTH 0 (Superior Avenue)
Superior Avenue east to
Alternative trailhead access: For
those choosing to drive to a trail-
head and walk or bike from there,
don't forget the locations of other
trailheads along the OPRT route.
OPRT access and automobile
parking is available at the intersec-
tions of the trail and STH 32 in
Sheboygan Falls, Meadowlark
Road in the Town of Sheboygan
Falls, STH 57 in Plymouth, and
Gateway Plaza on the west side of

School board Kohler MS/HS

member to resign principal to resign Lance Northey, Kohler ers, the addition of seven new
Job relocation leaves board vacancy Middle School/High School
Principal for the past six years,
courses, and the top ACT com-
posite scores by graduating sen-
Gordon Wuthrich, current Treasurer on the 2006-07 school year and treasurer dur- tendered his resignation to the iors in the State of Wisconsin
the Kohler Schools Board of Education, ing the current school year. Superintendent Board of Education at their April during the past two school years.
recently tendered his resignation from the Jeff Dickert noted that Mr. Wuthrich was a meeting. In accepting the resig- The School Board has decided
Board of Education effective May 15th due great board member to work with. He stat- nation, Board President Jim not to begin a search for Mr.
to relocation to Tyler, Texas. Mr. Wuthrich ed, “Mr. Wuthrich came to every meeting O’Donnell thanked Mr. Northey Northey’s replacement while the
has been a vital driver of curricular change prepared and ready to make great decisions for his six years of service at search for a new superintendent
while serving on the Board and its to help kids, while always keeping his eye Kohler High School, compli- is underway. The Superintendent
on the budget and the bottom line. His pro- mented him on his efforts on behalf of the search firm will screen local, retired educa-
Curriculum & Instruction Committee. In
fessionalism on the Board has raised the Kohler students, and wished him well in his tion administrators and recommend those
conjunction with Administration and the
future endeavors. whom the Board should consider for an
Strategic Plan initiatives, almost all recent standard of boardsmenship here at Kohler
Accomplishments during Mr. Northey’s interim Principal assignment. The new
curricular and instructional changes, includ- Schools.”
tenure include the addition of four new Superintendent will later lead the effort to
ing Differentiated Instruction, restructuring Mr. Wuthrich is leaving Kohler to
sports through a co-op with Sheboygan find a permanent replacement after assess-
high school science and math programs, become Vice President of Marketing for the
Lutheran, introduction of a true Middle ing the needs of that position.
elementary school small class sizes, cre- Trane Company, whose headquarters are Mr. Northey’s last day will be June 30th.
School program, creation of teacher web-
ation of the new middle school, and the located in Tyler, Texas. His last official Mr. Northey looks forward to the gradua-
pages, implementation of the computerized
recent approval of a Summer School Board meeting will be May 12th. The Board grading system, creation of Winterfest, tion of the Class of 2008 as they were 7th
Enrichment Program, were influenced by will fill his seat at the June Board meeting. implementing the computerized attendance graders his first year in Kohler. Mr. Northey
Mr. Wuthrich. Interested parties can find more information system, implementation of the new teacher would like to thank the parents, students,
During his three-year tenure on the on filling this vacancy in this month’s issue supervision program, implementation of community, and staff for their support dur-
Board, he served as vice president during of the Kohler Times. Differentiated Instruction training for teach- ing his tenure.

Bullard Children’s
Dentistry welcomes
newest board of directors
“I [state your name] do solemnly swear very special board, made up completely of
to do my best to represent all kids in the kids, had fantastic ideas and feedback for
area by giving good ideas, voting fairly, the staff of Bullard Children’s Dentistry.
and making Bullard Children’s Dentistry The participants were selected based on
the best it can be. I also promise to brush
nominated letters submitted by parents in
my teeth two times a day and floss one time
November. A new board is selected annual-
a day.”
On February 23, 2008, Dr. George ly to generate fresh ideas related to tooth-
Bullard led the “oath of office” for the paste flavors, toy box treasures, waiting
newest board of directors members. This room activities, and office contests.

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Pictured from front L to R are esteemed board members Jordyn Schipper (6), Devin Madson (6), Hunter
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The Scallions ready

to do battle
Four Kohler High students, known col- available at the door.
lectively as The Scallions, will be compet- Launchpad is a unique, statewide alterna-
ing at Launchpad 2008, a regional battle of tive music competition for high school stu-
the bands on Friday, May 9, at Wauwatosa dents! At least one member of each band
East High School. Guitarists/vocalists must be in a school music program and all
Charlie Reinertsen and Jordan Kusel, members must be currently enrolled in a
bassist Mark Nebel, and drummer Dominic Wisconsin school to qualify. Bands will be
Gischia formed The Scallions in September evaluated by music industry professionals
and were popular half-time entertainment at on expression and creativity, (dynamics,
Blue Bomber basketball games this school ability to connect with audience/inspire
year. enthusiasm), technique (intonation, rhyth-
The band was selected to be one of fif- mic clarity, dexterity, vocal clarity/diction),
teen bands to play in the Milwaukee region- time (ability to play in sync and “feel” style
al of the Launchpad competition. The top together), blend (melody, inner notes, bass,
three bands in each of four regional battles listening) and synergy (overall effect, the
will move on to the state competition on “wow” factor).
June 21, at the Memorial Union in Madison. Launchpad is funded by WFSM, corpo-
The grand prize there includes a gig at rate sponsorships and in-kind giving from
Summerfest and recording studio time. people who believe in the benefits of music
The contest is sponsored by the education and all that music has to offer.
Wisconsin School Music Association, the Sponsors for the Milwaukee regional com-
same organization that runs the district and petition include Charter Communications,
state Solo/Ensemble contests. WSMA Madison Media Institute, Nicholas Family
hopes to encourage students to pursue their Foundation, SONY, Yamaha, WDJT TV 58,
musical interests outside of school as well WMLW TV 41, Milwaukee Journal
as in traditional school music programs. Sentinel, Clearwing Productions, White
“I am really glad these kids were select- House of Music, Pieper Power Foundation
ed to compete in the Launchpad competi- and Tall Guy Productions. The program is
tion,” said KHS band director Rich produced by Dennis Graham Associates.
Tengowski. “They have created their own “We have some very talented bands look-
original songs and have spent countless ing to perform in this Launchpad regional
hours before and after school refining the competition and cheering on the bands is a
group’s sound. I’m really proud of them and great way to show support for music and
I know they will represent Kohler with The Scallions (clockwise from upper left: Drummer Dominic Gischia, guitarist Jordan
celebrate this one of a kind garageband
class.” Kusel, bassist Mark Nebel, guitarist Charlie Reinertsen.
competition that highlights the many ways
The band will play three songs, two of that students can expand their musical
which are Scallions’ originals. Judges will skills,” said producer Dennis Graham.
be music industry professionals. Part of the For more information on Launchpad,
judging criteria is crowd reaction, so the
band would like to invite everyone to come
including participation details, video
footage of last year’s finals competition, all
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From Traverse City, MI to Savannah, GA.,

14th Annual Charity Ride to travel more
than 3,000 motorcycle miles to support
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (March 26, 2008) – mitted to bettering the lives of deserving
Riders, start your engines! The Chick-fil-A children and their families. We’re looking
Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America forward to another great event – and more
has announced the route for its 14th annual incredible results!”
motorcycle ride, to take place July 13 – 20, Chick-fil-A President and Chief
2008. NASCAR driver and Charity Ride Operating Officer Dan Cathy will join Petty
founder Kyle Petty will lead a field of more
on the Charity Ride. This year marks
than 250 riders as they wind their way from
Chick-fil-A’s fifth year as the event’s title
the Midwest to the Deep South in an effort
to raise awareness of and funds for Victory sponsor, and the company has extended its

Junction Gang Camp and other children’s sponsorship agreement through 2009. ®
charities. “We at Chick-fil-A are grateful for the
Riders will depart from Traverse City, opportunity to once again be the title spon-
Mich., on July 13, making overnight stops sor of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride,” Cathy
in Elkhart Lake, Wis.; Lombard, Ill.; said. “Chick-fil-A is proud to be associated ELKHART LAKE , WISCONSIN
Lexington, Ky.; White Sulphur Springs, with such a worthy cause and is eagerly
W.Va.; Charlotte, N.C.; and Peachtree City, anticipating another exciting Ride.” MAY 16-18 SVRA Spring Vintage Weekend
Ga., before reaching Savannah, Ga., their Riders will make a pit stop at Victory
final destination, on July 19. JUNE 5-15 SHEBOYGAN COUNTY BIKE WEEK
Junction Gang Camp in Randleman on July
Since the Charity Ride’s inception in
17 during a camp session designed for chil- JUN 5-8 Suzuki Superbike Doubleheader
1995, 5,700 participants have logged more
than 7.2 million cumulative motorcycle
dren with physical disabilities. As a result JUN 13-15 Vintage Motorcycles (AHRMA)
miles and donated more than $10.5 million of the 2007 Charity Ride’s efforts, 80 chil- JUN 19-22 Piggly Wiggly / SCCA June Sprints®
to Victory Junction Gang Camp and other dren will attend this five-day session free of
charities that support chronically ill chil- charge. JUL 4-6 Championship Cup Series (Cycles)
dren. Petty and his wife, Pattie, founded the Fans and spectators along the Charity JUL 17-20 KOHLER International Challenge
Victory Junction Gang Camp in Ride route can support Victory Junction
Randleman, N.C., in 2004. The year-round
AUG 7-10 GENERAC 500 - American Le Mans Series
Gang Camp through the Charity Ride’s
camp serves children ages 7 to 15 with a “Small Change. Big Impact.” program. In
SPEED World Challenge GT & Touring
variety of health issues that would typical- 2007, donations from the “Small Change. SEP 19-21 VSCDA Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival®
ly prevent them from attending camp. The Big Impact.” program alone totaled more
camp operates solely on the donations of OCT 25 Mid American Stock Car Series
than $64,000.
corporations, organizations, and individu-
Additional sponsors of the 2008 Chick- Save with a Season Ticket!
als. The Pettys recently announced the
fil-A Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across
opening of a second Victory Junction Gang
America include Coca-Cola, Pilot Travel
$390 through May 17, 2008
Camp in Wyandotte County, Kan.
“Pattie and I are constantly amazed and Centers LLC, Wells Fargo, Manheim,
inspired by the dedication of our riders, Racing Electronics, Dodge Motorsports,
Wincraft Racing, and FLUIDYNE Racing
sponsors, and fans,” said Petty. “These
companies and individuals are truly com- Products.

School superintendent search begins

The Kohler Board of Education has hired It is expected that HYA, if they don’t run a special meeting with the Board, they plan This would make it possible for the School
a Chicago area search firm to find candi- into something unexpected, will complete to present their recommended slate of candi- Board to hire a new Superintendent as close
dates to replace Mr. Jeff Dickert as Kohler their recruiting and interviewing of prospec- dates. The Board will conduct first and final to July 1 as possible.
School Superintendent. Hazard, Young, tive candidates by May 28. On that date, at interviews with candidates in early June.
Attea & Associates (HYA) of Glenview, IL
will conduct a national search for the best
qualified candidates.
HYA has over 20 years education search
experience and 112 associates throughout
the United States. Ms. Diane Venn, Chair of
the School Board’s Human Resource com-
mittee, commented that “HYA has the nec-
essary experience and contacts to complete Richardson Brothers’ solid wood furniture April 4 - May 31
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Kids will create a wonderful, eco-friendly gift for Mom at this fun
activity at Kohler Gardener. We’ll help the children plant an annual
garden in a biodegradable pot made of bamboo, rice and straw. Your
kids will love making this living expression of love for Mother’s Day.

Minimum of 30 children per session
$12 per child
Payment may be made on the
day of the event

Contact Kohler Gardener

at 920-458-5570 to register
or for more details.
Registration is required by Thursday, May 8.

Located at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler


M om
Lori Neurohr receives A Day Away f or
Kohl Fellowship Award
The Herb Kohl Education Foundation
2007 Fellowship Award was presented to
The month of May is all about Mom. Kohler
Mrs. Lori Neurohr, a second grade teacher
Waters Spa is celebrating with a special day
at Kohler Elementary School, at a recogni- package just for you and your mom. We invite
tion luncheon held on April 6 in Green Bay you to enjoy a day full of pampering at the
hosted by U.S. Senator Herb Kohl. award-winning Kohler Waters Spa.
Each year the Herb Kohl Foundation
awards 100 teachers throughout Wisconsin Mom & Me ~
with $1,000 Fellowships. An additional A-Day-Away Package
$1,000 grant is awarded to each Fellow’s $282 per person
school for use in innovative educational Saturday pricing - $303 per person

projects. Since it was established in 1990, Kohler Waters Spa Classic Facial .
the Herb Kohl Education Foundation has
awarded $6 million to Wisconsin students, N eat Feet Pedicure in the new Private
Pedicure Suite.
teachers, and schools. The Herb Kohl
F our-piece box of Kohler Original Recipe
Fellowship recognizes teachers who have Chocolates Botanical Truffles -
demonstrated a superior ability to develop a flavors include Green Tea, Honey,
passion for learning in their students. These Ginger and Lavender.
winners have inspired and motivated their Discount on the purchase of Kohler Waters
colleagues and others and provided merito- Spa signature spa products - Hollyhock
and Water.
rious service both inside and outside the Senator Herb Kohl and Lori Neurohr
Spa amenities include fluffy robes and slippers,
relaxation pool, steam, sauna, cool plunge pool,
To be eligible to compete for the fellow- the essay describe her personal educational and rooftop deck with co-ed whirlpool and
ship, a nominee must have daily face-to- philosophy, innovative approaches, new 16-foot fireplace.
face contact with students ranging from programs, and commitment to the commu- Call 800-344-2838
Pre-K through Grade 12. Parents, teachers, nity through service-oriented activities. for more information.
students, community members, or school
Mrs. Neurohr believes the excellent rep-
district administrators initially nominate a
candidate. Nominees are then forwarded to utation of the Kohler School District has
the CESA 7 district, where additional meant a lot to the Herb Kohl Foundation, as
screening is completed prior to sending it to there are currently a total of nine recipients
the Foundation for a final selection. Mrs. of this prestigious award on staff. Mrs. Offer good May 1-June 30, 2008. Spa gratuity included.
For overnight accommodations at The American Club,
Neurohr was nominated by 2006 Herb Kohl
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Neurohr was also required to submit three among the best teachers and students in the Spa package does not apply to contracted groups.

letters of recommendation and a six-page state of Wisconsin. To be able to share this

essay. The Herb Kohl Foundation asks that award with the District is thrilling for me.”

felt by area
residents and
Beds shook and windows rattled for
about 15-20 seconds according to some
area residents who happened to be awake
around 4:30 a.m. on Friday, April 18. The
U.S. Geological Survey reported that an
earthquake registering 5.2 on the Richter
scale was felt at least 450 miles away from
Make Mother’s Day its epicenter, located six miles from West
Salem, Illinois. Dine Each Day
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Genevieve Eirich from Sheboygan on a
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much you care! earthquake was reported to have occurred.
Many Illinois residents near the epicenter
also reported unusual behavior from their
pets just before the trembling, which was
The Shops at Woodlake, Kohler, WI also felt in Chicago (where skyscrapers
M-F 10-6, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5 shook), Cincinnati, and Des Moines.

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Rev. Robert O. Maschke Elaine M. Munnik
Rev. Robert O. Elaine M. Munnik, 83, of 24 Ashwood
Maschke, 87, of Drive, Sheboygan, died unexpectedly at her
Kohler, passed into home on Monday, April 14, 2008.


eternal life to be with Elaine was born April 5, 1925 in
his Lord and Savior Sheboygan, the oldest daughter of Erwin and
on Tuesday evening, Cora (Herr) Schmagel. She grew up in Kohler $253,900
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April 8, 2008.
As a young woman she worked as a ste- bdrm., 2+-car garage, downstairs bathroom.
Robert was born Recent updates: furnace, A/C, windows, patio
nographer in the office at Kohler Co. She later
January 4, 1921 in door. Beautifully landscaped yard.
worked in the office at H.C. Prange Co. for 27
Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin to Robert and For more info. or appt.: 920-208-2533
years, retiring in 1987.
Ottelia (Van Westende) Maschke.
On August 2, 1947 Elaine and Adrian
After graduation from Kohler High
Munnik were united in marriage at Grace
School, Class of 1939, he furthered his educa- United Church of Christ in Kohler. Together
tion at University of Wisconsin - Madison. In they celebrated 53 years of marriage. Adrian, a
1945, Robert graduated from Concordia long time employee of the Kohler Co., preced-
Seminary in Springfield, Illinois and was ed her in death on April 12, 2003.
ordained into pastoral ministry of the Elaine's favorite pastime was playing the NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod on July organ and doing counted cross stitch. She took
27, 1945. On June 29, 1946 Robert was unit-
Multiple families are selling lots of furni-
great pride in her handiwork giving each
ed in marriage to Ruth Schuchardt of Kohler. ture and household items. Fri. & Sat.,
granddaughter one of her carefully stitched
They were married for 61 years. pictures as a wedding gift. As a young girl she May 9-10, 8am - 12; Sir Howard Circle,
Rev. Maschke served congregations in played the organ for Grace United Church of Kohler.
Schubert and Meta, Missouri; Decatur, Christ. She also played the piano for the
Alabama; Zion Lutheran Church in Sunday School of St. Paul's United Church of
Glenbeulah and Grace Lutheran Church in Christ during the 40 years she and Adrian were
Elkhart Lake. He also served churches in members.
Windsor, Ontario, Canada; Denison, Iowa and Her greatest pleasures were her grand-
Rockford, Illinois. daughters and great grandchildren. She was
Classifieds are $5 per issue. Payment must accompany ad or be made by 20th of month.
Following retirement, Rev. Maschke proud of them, looked forward to seeing them
Please do not request billing for classifieds.
served in various capacities in the Sheboygan and hearing about their accomplishments and Make checks payable to
County area. His parish work was supple- daily activities. Terra Media, L.L.C. and mail or leave in drop box at 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
mented by institutional chaplaincies at a boys’ Elaine is survived by her two daughters,
reformatory, Rocky Knoll, and Sheboygan Maureen (Richard) Faucher and Audrey
County hospital. (Steve) Simons all of Sheboygan. She is fur-
ther survived by her granddaughters, Shelley

During his ministry, missions were estab-
lished in Osage City, Missouri and Fulton, (Robert) Heinemann and their children Emily
Missouri: Huntsville and Athens, Alabama, and Ryan; Sheila (Daniel) Zitzer and their sons
and Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. He served on a Joel and Joshua; Tracey (William) Hoever and
Sheboygan County Committee for the Aging their son Austin; and Tammy Leichtnam and
her children, Blaketon and Isabelle.
for several years, and in retirement was a
night chaplain at Sheboygan Memorial
In addition to her husband, Adrian and
Medical Center and served as a vacancy pas- parents, Elaine was preceded in death by a
tor and other capacities in the Sheboygan sister, Constance Kelling; an infant grand-
area. daughter, Sheri Lynn Faucher; and a great
grandson Andrew Heinemann.
He won a Kohler Family scholarship and
was initiated into Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
He received Bachelor of Divinity degree from Roland H. Knabe Molly Elisabeth White was born February 19, 2008 to Tim and Monica
Concordia Seminary, Springfield, Illinois and Roland H. White of Kohler. She was 8 lbs., 0.6 oz. and 20.5 inches.
Master of Divinity degree from Concordia Knabe, 91, former-
Seminary, Saint Louis, Missouri. He served Grandparents are Tom and Marlene Baus, and Ron and Debra White.
ly of Kohler, died
20 years in the Morning Meditations radio Monday, April 14, Great grandparents are Mary Baus, Helen Rettler, and Robert and Dorothy
ministry. 2008 at Yehnert.
He loved to sing in choirs and also sang Morningside
solos. He played trumpet in the Kohler Band.
Health Center, Inc.

He enjoyed, tennis, swimming, photography,
He was born
jogging, and camping in the United States and
June 25, 1916 in
Canada. He was fond of gardening. He also
Sheboygan, the son of the late August and
enjoyed travels in Europe. No one who knew
Lillian (Dickmann) Knabe. Roland attended
him could escape his dry wit and wonderful Kohler Seniors
sense of humor as well as his faithful service Sheboygan Central High School. On August Kohler Seniors meeting - Monday, May 5, 1:30 pm. at the Kohler Village Hall.
to his Lord and Savior and love for his fami- 17, 1940 he married Leilah Richter in Kohler school children music program.
ly. Sheboygan. She preceded him in death on
Kohler School Friends
One of his favorite Bible verses was “I am November 14, 2007. Roland worked at Kohler
Company for 44 years before retiring in 1980. Second Monday of the month at 11:15 a.m. in the theatre lobby.
the resurrection and the life. He who believes
in me will live, even though he dies; and who- He was a member of Bethany Lutheran Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
ever lives and believes in me will never die.” Church in Kohler, where he was an usher and Second Thursday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
John 11:25. a member of it’s Mens Club. Roland was a Kohler Soccer Club
In addition to his wife Ruth, survivors member of Kohler Quarter Century Club and
Second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Library.
include four sons, Rev. Dr. Timothy (Sharon) enjoyed fishing.
Maschke of Grafton, Wisconsin, Jonathan Survivors include his son, Allen (Stella)
Kohler Athletic Booster Club
(Pamela) Maschke of Milwaukee, Samuel Knabe of Elkhart Lake; three grandchildren, First Monday of each month (excluding July) at 7:00 pm in the Library.
Maschke and Jeremy Maschke both of Kenneth (Sue) Knabe of Sheboygan, Eugene Kohler Kiwanis Club
Rockford, Illinois; four grandchildren, Rev. (Ann) Knabe of Waterford, Neal (Jane) Knabe Every Wednesday at noon at The American Club, lower level banquet rooms
Jedidiah (Anna) Maschke, Dr. Benjamin of Raleigh, NC; four great grandchildren and a (unless noted otherwise). Lance Northey, president. 459-2920 Ext. 1102.
(Jennifer) Maschke, Nathanael Maschke and
foster great grandchild; and a sister, June Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m.
Tiffany Mendoza; a great-granddaughter,
Schmidt of Sheboygan. Mental Health America in Sheboygan County’s 45th anniversary event with the
Alaethea; and other family members.
He was preceded in death by his wife, showing of Canvas at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan. Call
In addition to his parents, Rev. Maschke
Leilah; two sisters, Florence Zeller and Gladys 458-3951 for ticket information.
was preceded in death by a sister, June
(Wallace) Strenger. Bolf, and one brother, Raymond Knabe.
Announcements and milestones are printed free of charge. Mail or leave in drop box at:
The staff of Ballhorn Chapels in The staff of the Wenig Funeral Home of
Terra Media, L.L.C., 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044.
Sheboygan served the family. Burial took Sheboygan Falls served the family. Burial Please include self-addressed stamped envelope to ensure return of photo prints.
place in Woodland Cemetery in Kohler. took place at Woodland Cemetery in Kohler. Classifieds are $5 per issue. Make checks payable to Terra Media, L.L.C.

How to help your children toward school success:

by Tamra O'Keefe, M.A. School already know. This will connect with 3.) Decide what needs to be figured out. should include a topic sentence stating the
Psychologist prior material and help you access it What do you need to find? What do you main idea.
Many students need guidelines in through memory later. need to do? 2.) Refrain from being wordy. If five words
order to develop appropriate work habits 3.) Think of the most important parts 4.) Draw pictures. This is a way to simpli- will work instead of ten, use five. Each
of the story or text. What is the main fy problems.
to be successful in school. Educational word should tell the reader something
idea? If you are reading a short story 5.) Solve. Do the work twice. Consider
specialists Marguerite Radencich and important; if not, extra words can be cut.
or a novel, who are the main charac- using a calculator for the second problem to
Jeanne Shay Schumm from How To Help 3.) Use active voice instead of passive voice.
ters? What conflicts do the characters check your work.
Your Child With Homework, and William “The boy ate the apple.” is better than “The
face? 6.) Check the results.
Strunk, Jr. from “Elementary Principals of
4.) Practice critical thinking. What was If you still have trouble, ask your apple was eaten by the boy.”
Composition,” offer the following sugges-
your opinion of the reading? Did the teacher, parent or a friend for help. But most These techniques, like any new skill,
tions for helping your child to improve
material make sense? Should the importantly, don’t give up! require six to eight weeks to become
reading comprehension, math skills and author have presented the material in a
writing: Paper Writing Rules: ingrained. Try writing these steps on a lami-
different way? Did the characters in nated note card and having your child refer-
Reading Comprehension: the story make good choices? Following a few basic rules can result in
papers that are better organized and easier ence them while doing work. After the steps
1.) Form pictures in your head of what Math in Six Steps: to read. Be sure to: become a habit, you can pass the card along
you are reading. If you struggle to do this, Math Problems can be intimidating, 1.) Keep each paragraph to one subject. It to a younger child or friend.
keep a sheet of blank paper nearby and but you can handle them easier with
draw the pictures. these steps:
2.) Name at least one thing in the story 1.) Read the full question.
that reminds you of something you 2.) List the information given.

National History Day

Students use talents to create original
scholarly projects
by Monica LaBudde on May 3. If they advance from state
The National History Day contest they will then compete at the National
engages students in grades 6-12 in discov- level in Maryland from June 15-19 this
ery and interpretation of historical topics summer. Good luck girls!
related to an annual theme. This year’s
theme is “Conflict and Compromise.” Group Documentary Entries
The students use their individual talents *Kim Lammers, Melyssa Louwagie,
to create original and schoarly projects. & Lily Zehfus
They spend significant time investigating Individual Exhibit Entries
and analyzing both primary and secondary *Megan Mascipinto
sources related to a topic of their choice. *Lily Proudman
The projects can be in the form of exhibits, *Angela Sjolund
performances, historical papers, documen-
taries, or web sites. The eighth grade stu- Group Exhibit Entries
dents worked diligently since November *John Benishek, Jameson Dickert, NOW ENROLLING
on their National History Day projects. Garrett Griswold, & Alex Romanoski FOR THE SUMMER!
This school year we had 26 eighth grade *Alexis Korman & Daniele Neese
students decide to compete at the junior ASK US ABOUT OUR SUMMER
level on April 5 at UW-Green Bay in the
*Kali Lidholm, Christina Lindstrom, TO FIT YOUR CHILD’S INDIVIDUAL
National History Day Regional competi-
tion. Kelsey Long, & Kira Miller NEEDS
Congratulations to all those who com- *Sarah Molepske & Rachel O'Keefe
*Nicole Beine, Claire Hillstrom, Erin
peted. The following nine students will be
advancing to the state competition; Nicole Johnson
Beine, Erin Johnson, Claire Hillstrom, Lily Individual Web Site Entries Washington Square Plaza
Zehfus, Melyssa Louwagie, Kim *Ben Steinert 2912 S. Business Drive
Lammers, Angela Sjolund, Rachel
*Ryan Tengowski Sheboygan
O'Keefe, and Sarah Molepske. They are
working hard getting ready for the state Group Web Site Entries
competition, which will take place at the *Shannon Hoeppner, Maggie
Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison Kessenich, & Kendall Wolf

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Sports Core USTA Junior teams Junior Olympic Skills
Rapid Rally
finish 8-0 in traveling leagues Competition to be held
in Kohler
Two area teams representing Sports Core
in the USTA Traveling junior league fin- The Kohler Recreation Department, in
ished the Fox Valley Travel fall/winter sea- cooperation with the Sheboygan County
son 8-0. Tennis Association (SCTA), will host a
Competing on the Sports Core
Junior Olympic Skills Rapid Rally
“Traveling 12s” were: Steven Blend, Will
Hapeman, Audra Hoffmann, Casey Competition on Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m. at
Johnson, Jenny Louwagie, Hannah the Kohler School Tennis Courts. This
Proudman, Morgan Ross and Megan event is FREE! Boys and girls compete sep-
Wuthrich. The team was coached by Jill arately for a chance to advance through
Wuthrich. three levels of competition – Local,
Scores: Regional and National Finals at the U.S.
Sports Core vs.:
Fond du Lac (5- 1) Olympic Training Center! For more info,
Western Racquet (5- 1) visit or contact
Fox Cities Racquet (6- 0) Wendy Tauscheck at (920) 467-3770.
Oshkosh (5- 1)
Fond du Lac (5- 1)
Western Racquet (6- 0)
Club West (6- 0) USTA recreational
coach workshop to
Fond du Lac (4- 2)
Competing on the Sports Core
“Traveling 14s” were: Erin Johnson, Evan
Koross, Tyler Lewis, Ashley Lueck, Lily
Proudman, Lizzy Stanczyk, Kyle Struck
Sports Core Traveling 14’s.
Front row L to R: Erin Johnson, Lizzy Stanczyk, Kyle Struck
take place in Kohler
Back: Lily Proudman, Evan Koross, Tyler Lewis, Ashley Lueck, Tim Valicenti A USTA Recreational Coaches Workshop
and Tim Valicenti. The team was coached
by Jim and Linda Lewis. will be held Saturday, June 7, from 8:30 am

SportsLife Camps to bring its

Scores: - 3 pm at the Kohler Tennis Courts. This
Sports Core vs.: workshop is open to anyone, and those
Fox Cities #2, Appleton (5- 1) attending are eligible to become certified as
Center Court, Fond du Lac (6- 0)

“Outrageous fun” back to Kohler

a PTR Recreational Coach and/or USPTA
Fox Cities #2, Appleton (4- 2)
Oshkosh (4- 2) Developmental Coach. All summer tennis
Fox Cities Team #1, Appleton (6- 0) instructors are required to attend this work-
Club West, Neenah (5- 1) shop. The $20 fee includes all instructional
SportsLife Camps, a week-long summer Space is limited, so register now.
Center Court, Fond du Lac (4- 2)
program that helps churches develop chil- Registration deadline is July 6th. For any materials and lunch. For more information
Western, Green Bay (5- 1)
dren’s faith through energetic sports and questions contact Kellie Moeller at 459- or to register, contact Wendy Tauscheck at
multi-sensory arts programs, will be coming 8181. (920) 467-3770.
Kohler Classic registration open to Kohler again this summer. Bethany
On your mark…get Lutheran Church in Kohler has teamed up
set…GO! Kohler with St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan
Classic 5K, 1 Mile to
run again.
Falls to bring you SportsLife Camps. It will
take place July 21 – 24 from 5:30 – 8:30pm
Sheboygan County Tennis
What better way to and is for children entering 1st through 5th
kick off the summer
than with a 5K and 1 mile run?
grade in the fall of 2008.
The camp promises to provide three hours
Association USTA Jr.
Kohler School Friends, along with packed full of “outrageous fun” and Bible- Ages 10 to 18. Four levels of competi- District winners advance to sectional cham-
Kohler’s Tourism Promotion and based learning through high-energy activities tion: 18 & under Intermediate, 18 & under pionships in Indianapolis Aug. 8-10. The
Development Committee, will host this and sports, singing, obstacle courses, break Advanced, 14 & under Intermediate, and 12 season culminates in a national champi-
year’s event on Saturday, June 14th starting dancing, videos, and more. & under Intermediate. Each team will have onship for the 14 & under and 18 & under,
at 9 a.m. The camp differentiates itself from the tra- a team manager/parent responsible for their Intermediate and Advanced divisions.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the ditional Vacation Bible School by allowing players. Players may register as a team or indi-
students and faculty of the Kohler School each camper to customize the camp experi- Teams are coed and made up of 6-10
District with curriculum enhancements. vidually. Individual registrants will be
ence by choosing a preferred sport or art, and players (3-5 boys and 3-5 girls) based on placed on a team. In addition to a league fee
Both the 5K and 1 mile courses wind
developing real skills in those chosen areas similar ages and skill levels. Emphasis is on (which is yet to be determined), USTA
through the beautiful historical and residen-
through innovative, quality programming. skill development, fun, teamwork, and membership is required (junior membership
tial neighborhoods of Kohler. Enjoy a rela-
The camp brings its own equipment and pro- friendly competition, all with the possibili- is $18/year, with a $5 rebate available from
tively flat course with a few mild slopes in
fessional, devout staff. The staff also works ty of advancing to the national champi- the Wisconsin Tennis Association). To join
with local church volunteers to reach out to onship.
The event is open to all ages and abilities. the USTA and to learn about the benefits
The first 100 registered participants are campers with faith-based messages. The season will be 5-6 weeks long and please visit
guaranteed a T-shirt and “goodie bag.” The camp will again be held at Bethany will include regularly scheduled matches as Watch for registration forms soon! Any
Registration is now open. Current fees Lutheran Church, located at 222 Church well as optional practices. Most matches questions, call Wendy Tauscheck, Local
are $15, 5K; and $7, 1 mile children’s run. Street in Kohler, and campers will have will be scheduled for weekday evenings, League Coordinator at (920) 467-3770 or e-
Applications can be downloaded from access to the Kohler School basketball courts however, daytime matches may be offered.
mail or can be and soccer field for the week. Players have the opportunity to participate
found in the High School office. The cost of the camp is free. Registration in both singles and doubles play throughout REGISTRATION RALLY - Sunday,
E-mail for more forms can be found at either Bethany or St. the season. Local 1st place teams advance May 4: noon – 2 p.m. at the Kohler
information. Paul Churches or online at: to district playoffs in Appleton July 25-26. Tennis Courts/Youth Center.
Kohler Public School Newsletter
Produced and published by the School District of Kohler with the cooperation of staff, community members, and the Village of Kohler


Board of Education Kohler Board of Education
Makes Curricular seeks to fill open seat
Changes The School District of Kohler Board of Education is
accepting applications to fill the seat that Gordon Wuthrich
The Board will interview the candidates and select the
individual to replace Mr. Wuthrich on Wednesday, May 28th
Monday, April 14, the School Board unanimously will vacate May 15th due to his relocation to Tyler, Texas. at 5:00 p.m. The successful candidate would be sworn in
approved four exciting programs for implementation to The Board will accept applications until 4:00 p.m. on immediately and would attend the rest of the meeting
enhance Kohler School District students’ education experi- Friday, May 16th. An applicant must submit to the District screening potential Superintendent candidates. Other impor-
ence: Office a letter of application and a resume to be considered tant dates for a new member to be aware of are June 3rd
AP Math Curriculum a candidate for the vacant seat. All applications can be from 10:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m. and June 4th from 8:00 a.m.-2:00
Among the approved programs was the addition of dropped off at the District Office or mailed to Nikki p.m. for first round of interviews with Superintendent can-
Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus and Intermediate Schneider, Adm. Assistant, 333 Upper Road, Kohler, WI didates; June 9th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. and June 12 from
College Algebra to the High School math program begin- 53044. Any questions concerning the position can be direct- 9:00-11:00 for second round interviews; and June 23rd from
ning in 2008-09. This proposal also included renaming the ed to Superintendent Dickert at 920-459-2920 x1003. The 5:30-7:30 p.m. for final selection of the new Superintendent.
current Math I, II, III, and IV courses to College Prep Math successful candidate would serve a one-year term and the
I, II, III, and IV in order to highlight the quality of Kohler seat would be up for election next spring.
High School curriculum more effectively. These changes
Feeding Friends
Choirs present
were initiated by the School Board and community to offer
Kohler students greater opportunities for college credit and
improve recognition of the rigors of the Kohler math pro-
in Need
gram. “While the UW system is well acquainted with the
challenging content of Kohler’s integrated math program,”
reported High School Principal Lance Northey, “colleges
“GUYS & DOLLS” Girl Scout Daisy Troop 8048
The choral department is working hard for their last
and universities outside of Wisconsin don’t readily recog- concert on Tuesday, May 27th at 7:00 p.m. The evening
Is having a Food Drive
nize the strong math preparation our students receive.
Updating the titles of the classes will help clarify the
will begin with the Middle School Choir presenting the May 14th –June 4th 2008
Broadway Junior version of “Guys & Dolls.” Please donate nonperishable food items.
demanding nature of the coursework when students apply The swing choir will follow performing a medley of
to college.” Buddy Holly tunes and the high school concert choir
Bins will be available in the hallway
Kohler Students are required to take 26 credits for grad- will conclude the evening with a medley from the outside the District Office
uation; three to four of those include math classes. The Broadway hit “Jersey Boys” and the lovely ballad “The and also at the Village Hall
Wisconsin state average for high school math is only two Way You Look Tonight.” Reserve May 27th at 7:00 PM
classes. In order to be considered for admission to UW - you won't want to miss this night of wonderful enter- We appreciate your support!
Madison, a student must have four or more math classes. tainment put on by talented Kohler students.
Laura Kohler, Chair of the School Board’s Curriculum and
Instruction Committee, explained, “The demand for AP
level coursework on college applications has skyrocketed
over the past ten years as the competition for admission into SENIOR CITIZENS!
Reserved seating at
key colleges and universities throughout the United States
has also increased. With the broadening of curriculum that
includes AP science courses last year and AP math next
year, Kohler School District will now provide its students
Kohler spring musical
with even more opportunities to enrich their education and The Elementary students of Kohler School request
improve the quality of their coursework for college applica- Wednesday, May 21st that the senior citizens of Kohler attend the school
musical on Friday, May 16th, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:15
tions. The School Curriculum Committee (SCC) has, and
continues to provide invaluable advice and guidance in this 7:00 p.m. p.m. The show will be held in the Kohler Memorial
Theatre and ‘up front and center” seats will be
area.” Kohler School Cafeteria reserved for senior citizens.
Summer Elementary Enrichment Program featuring
A new program by the Kohler School District will be
offered to Elementary School Students this summer. A
friendly “Summer School” program is an opportunity for
children to enjoy their time with creative instruction from
certified teachers. The classes are specifically designed
performing songs by Maynard Ferguson, Fred Sturm and Cab
Spring Musicals
with fun in mind; yet provide an environment conducive to
Calloway’s “Minnie the Moocher” featuring Ryan Stefanczyk
learning. Sessions will run Monday through Thursday for
two or four weeks, depending on the class offered. Among

MAY 16, 2008

other available offerings are: Theater, “Money, Money,
Money”, “Fairy Tales, Food and Fun”, and “Computer
camp.” “Ready, Set, Go” is a special introduction course for
incoming Junior and Senior Kindergartners who might like Tentative Times and Performances:
a preview of the kindergarten classroom and the fun activi- with songs: Big City Swing, Buddy Holly Medley, Southern Cross,
Grade 1: Annie - 1:45 p.m.
ties they will enjoy in the fall. Additional information may and Joe Cocker’s “You Are So Beautiful”
be found on the registration forms located in the District or Grade 2: Mary Poppins - 2:00 p.m.
Elementary offices. Applications and registration fees are Grade 3: Music Man – 2:15 p.m.
due May 23. Grade 4: Beauty and the Beast – 2:30 p.m.
Academic Acceleration Program Grade 5: The Lion King – 2:45 p.m.
A formal process will be implemented in the 2008-09 Grade 6: Grease – 3:00 p.m.
school year for identifying students ready for accelerated
learning in grades JK - 6. This new process will provide All performances will be in the Kohler
both parents and teachers with the opportunity to refer any Friday, May 30th Memorial Theatre
student to the principal for accelerated teaching and learn- Kohler Memorial Theatre
ing. Previously, only when parents requested acceleration Join our Musical Medley
for their son or daughter was a student considered. This Junior Kindergarten: 10:00 a.m. Extravaganza!!!
Continued on page 13
Senior Kindergarten: 10:30 a.m.

Office of Superintendent
Kohler, WI 53044

Kohler School District
Monday, March 10, 2008

The Regular Board meeting of the Board of Education, Kohler Public Action and/or Discussion Items: Textbook, Course, and Instructional Method Approval
School District, was held at 7:00 p.m. in the Kohler School Library, Process Grid
A. Consideration of Performing Art Organization request for
Mr. Jim P. O’Donnell Board president, presiding. The meeting was – Discussion was held.
music field trip for the 2008-09 school year –
announced in the Sheboygan Press and the agendas were posted at
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve
the Kohler Village Hall, the Kohler Public Library and the main Discussion was held. The trip will be taken from November
revisions to Policy 330 Rule 1 – Curriculum Approval
entrance of the school building in compliance with the Open Meeting 19th to November 23rd.
Process and Policy 330 Rule 2 – Curriculum, Textbook,
Law of Wisconsin Statutes. Moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve
Course, and Instructional Method Approval Process Grid.
the Performing Arts Organization music trip for the 2008-09
Mr. O’Donnell called the meeting to order at 7:08 p.m. in the Kohler All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
school year. Mr. Wuthrich; aye, Ms. Kohler; aye, Mr. O’Donnell;
aye, Ms. Venn; aye, Dr. Bishop; nay. Motion carried 4-1. G. Status of letters to the Village Board concerning:
Roll call was taken by Ms. Venn, Board Clerk.
B. Consideration of Finance Committee’s recommendation: 1. Village Board request to school Board concerning
Present: Jim P. O’Donnell President To approve Audit Report - Discussion was held. . alcohol beverages served on premises during non-school
Dr. Jane A. Bishop V. President hours at facility rented events - President O’Donnell
Moved by Ms. Kohler, seconded by Dr. Bishop to approve the
Gordon J. Wuthrich Treasurer informed the Board that the village board president advised
2006-07 Audit Report. All ayes. Motion carriedunanimously.
Diane L. Venn Clerk that no response will be coming from the village board to
Laura E. Kohler Member C. Consideration of HR Committee’s recommendation: the school board regarding the school board letter regarding
Jeffrey P. Dickert Superintendent this issue.
1. To recommend to contract with third party provider
Susan M. Jaberg El Principal
for 403(b) program - Discussion was held. 2. School Board/Village Board joint resolution of the Pink
Wendy M. Nasgovitz Human Resource/IT Administrator
Moved by Dr. Bishop, seconded by Ms. Venn, to approve Agreement compliance – President O’Donnell informed the
Nikki L. Schneider Secretary to Supt/Board
the contract with ING., Corporation as the third party board that the village board president advised that the vil-
At 6:05, moved by Mr. O’Donnell , seconded by Mr. Wuthrich to lage board will not consider the resolution but will begin to
provider for 403(b) program. All ayes. Motion carried
move to Closed Session; Mr. O’Donnell; aye, Dr. Bishop; aye, Ms. follow the Pink Agreement and no longer charge for use of
Venn ; aye, Mr. Wuthrich ; aye, Ms. Kohler; aye. Motion carried the theater and will begin to share receipts from outside use
unanimously. D. Consideration of C&I Committee’s recommendation: of the theater and pool.
Mr. O’Donnell called the meeting back to order at 7:08 p.m. in 1. To approve the adoption of Study Island as the dis- Information Items:
the Kohler Library. trict’s computer aided instruction program - A. Committee Reports – Finance, Human Resources,
Discussion was held. The program is easy to use, low cost Instruction, B&G, Policy.
Report Of Action Taken During Executive Session
to the district, internet based so it can be used at home and B. Administrative Reports – Dickert, Jaberg, Northey.
- discussion regarding KESPA contract proposal
is part of the Strat Plan. Kohler School District will be the C. Information Articles
- reviewed process concerning tuition student applications
first Wisconsin based school to use the program.
- approved hiring boys tennis coach At 9:03 p.m., moved by Dr. Bishop, seconded by Ms. Venn to
- approved hiring custodian II Moved by Ms. Kohler, seconded by Dr. Bishop approve the adjourn the meeting. Ms. Venn; aye, Mr. Wuthrich; aye, Mr.
- regretfully approved employee request for retirement adoption of Study Island as the district’s computer aided O’Donnell; aye, Dr. Bishop; aye, Ms. Kohler; aye. Motion carried
- approved contract change for teacher from 83% to 91% for the instruction program. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. unanimously.
2007-08 school year
E. Consideration of Policy Committee’s recommendation for- Respectfully submitted by:
Items Of Concern Regarding Agenda/Open Meeting For Questions changes in the Baccalaureate Program in response to Kohler School District
From The Public parental concern – Discussion was held.
Nikki L. Schneider
-Mike Wandschneider, village resident: shared concern with regard
Moved by Dr. Bishop, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve Admin Secretary to the Supt/Board
to accepting open enrollment students and maximizing educational
Policy Committee’s recommendation for changes to the
services with smaller class size rather than filling to capacity.
Requested a Listening Session presentation from the Board to assist
Baccalaureate Program. All ayes. Motion carried unani-
the public understanding of the open enrollment process as well as
F. Consideration of Policy Committee’s recommendation for No Latex Balloons
financial planning. Latex balloons cannot be brought into the building
- Marcus Knuth, village resident: welcomed a presentation regarding first reading:
because of students with severe latex allergies. Mylar
1. NEOLA Policy Book - Discussion was held.
open enrollment, and inquired as to the plan for the current 1st balloons are the safe alternative.
grade class for next year. Moved by Dr. Bishop, seconded by Ms. Venn, to move the No Animals on School Grounds
- Nan Bolker, village resident: shared concerns regarding the current NEOLA Policy Book to the Policy Committee for develop- It is Kohler School District’s policy that no animals are
2nd grade class with regard to size, dynamics. ment of a schedule. All ayes. Motion carried unanimous- allowed on school grounds. Dogs and cats must be on
ly. leashes and on sidewalks when near the school. If a stu-
Review of the Financial Statement dent or parent would like to bring a pet to school, he/she
Discussion was held. Mr. Dickert briefly discussed the state of the 2. Revisions to Policy 460 – Student Scholarships - must receive permission from the Principal in advance.
district and current budget timeline plans. Discussion was held. This policy is in effect for the safety of our students.
Moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Ms. Venn, to approve
Reports or Recognitions Tardy? Absent? Parents, please call the
revisions to policy 460 – Student Scholarships with office
None. changes as discussed. All ayes. Motion carried unani- In the event that your child will not be attending school
Consent Agenda: mously. or will be tardy, please call the attendance voice mailbox
Moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Dr. Bishop, to approve items 3. Revisions to Policy 330 Rule 1 – Curriculum and let the office know the reason for the child’s
A and B on Consent Agenda. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. Approval Process and Policy 330 Rule 2 – Curriculum, absence/tardiness. You can reach the Attendance voice
mailbox by dialing 459-2920 Ext. 5.

Children with disabilities procedure

The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all children with disabilities, includ-
ing children with disabilities attending private schools in the school district, regardless of
May Lunch Menu
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Curricular changes, continued from page 11

formal acceleration program defines “gifted and talented”
and includes three distinct tracks for addressing accelerated
learning needs. When either a parent or teacher believes
that a student should be considered for acceleration they
can request consideration. The student’s level of giftedness
will then be determined by evaluating a combination of fac- The 81st Annual Kohler High School SENIOR HONORS NIGHT
tors. The criteria include quantitative data such as recent Commencement will be held in the Kohler KOHLER MEMORIAL THEATRE
test scores, grades, and standardized test scores as well as
Memorial Theatre on Sunday, Wednesday, May 28, 2008
qualitative factors. These factors incorporate strengths such
7:00 p.m.
as work habits, special abilities, creativity, and personality June 8, 2008 at 2:00 p.m.
traits including flexibility, social readiness and motivation. A reception will be held in the cafeteria
Any parent interested in additional information can contact Jennifer Balge Allen McKnight following the program.
Ms. Susan Jaberg, Elementary Principal. Ann Marie Beine Katie Miller
Grade 3 / 4 Multiage Looped Classroom Concept Craig Bishop Caitlin Mueller
In response to larger class sizes in both the current sec- WAELDERHAUS – KOHLER
Ian Buchan Ashley Neerhof
ond and third grades, a School Administration proposal was Sunday, June 1, 2008
accepted by the School Board for an additional class of 18 Erie Clark Jason Noyes
3:00 p.m.
students that includes a combination of fourth grade and Samuel Cripe David Olmsted This service will be held at the Waelderhaus in
third grade students for the 2008-09 school year. The word Julia Damrow Jessica Patterson the Village of Kohler at 3:00 p.m . and will be
“looping” refers to the practice of keeping the same teacher
Erika Farwig Matthew Reilly open to the public.
and students together for potentially three years as the com-
bined class progresses from 3rd/4th to 4th/5th and finally Mark Feltner Carli Roberts
5th/6th grades. An experienced teacher who would receive Dominic Fiorini Jordan Rodriguez
additional training over the summer months would teach Sara Hallin Martha Rodriguez
this combined, “looped” class. The district would regular- Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Brooke Halverson Matthew Schaetz
ly assess this class to monitor academic progress and suc- 6:00 p.m.
cess. Kohler Elementary School Principal, Susan Jaberg, Sarah Hemb Nicole Schmidt Processional from School Grounds to Nature
suggests that candidates for the combined-looped class Caley Hildebrand Brandon Schulz Theater, Ravine Park: Seniors and High School
would not necessarily be required to fit into an academic students led by the Kohler High School Band.
mold, but rather they would demonstrate independent work
Sean Johnson Grant Schumann
Roma Kaleka Aaron Simon
habits, willingness to work with others, and have limited COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
discipline issues. Parents who would like more information Emily Kunst Maria Stillwell
or would like to have their son or daughter considered KOHLER MEMORIAL THEATER
Jade Landry Heidi Weinaug
should contact Ms. Jaberg. Should a student elect to leave Sunday, June 8, 2008
the class after a year, an additional applicant would be Angela Limberg Christian Wolf 2:00 p.m.
accepted into the program.
“Looping classes is not a new concept and is currently
being practiced in many schools throughout the United
States. This type of program is also well substantiated in
education research,” Ms. Jaberg explained, “A Brown
Scroll Night Sound
Technician Retiring
University study suggests educators have found looping
promotes stronger bonds among parents, teachers, and stu-
dents. In addition, the teacher would have a greater knowl-
edge of students’ strengths and weaknesses thereby gaining
almost a month of teaching time from the second year on. For the past 15 years, 1969 KHS graduate Darryl Gumm

Educators have seen increases in students’ self-esteem, has been providing his sound system and expertise for
more cooperative behavior, enriched personal relationships, Kohler High School’s annual Scroll Night at Ravine Park.
and increased personal responsibility.” After this year’s June 4th Scroll Night event, Darryl will be

The School Board and the administration are pleased to selling his sound equipment and moving onto other projects
expand the academic options for Kohler School students he is passionate about.
through these creative concepts.

Presidential Award MUSIC, FORENSICS, &

Prom 2008
Prom 2008 is scheduled for

Program invites THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008

Saturday, May 3, at the
Waelderhaus. Music will be from
9:00 until midnight with the presen-
science teachers to 6:00 - 8:00 P.M.
tation of prom court at 10:15. All
students should plan on arriving by

share lessons At the school

9:00 p.m.
Each student who purchases a ticket for prom will
receive two complimentary tickets to be used by their
The National Science Teacher's Association held its EXHIBITS TO BE VIEWED THROUGHOUT THE parents or other members of their family to view the
annual convention from March 26-30 in Boston. Kohler sci- WHOLE EVENING: crowning ceremony. Due to necessary restrictions on
ence teachers, Jessie Good and Dana Krejcarek were invit- numbers in the Waelderhaus balcony, we must ask
ed by the Presidential Award Program to share their best STUDENT_ART WORK - GRADES K-12: that parents honor this two ticket limit so that we
practice lessons involving differentiated instruction in the See paintings, drawings, ceramics, printmak- don’t jeopardize our ability to use this beautiful prom
biology and chemistry classrooms. In addition, both teach- ing, sculptures, glass, photographs, jewelry
Parents may begin to enter and proceed to the bal-
ers took part in several other professional development and other art media. cony 15 minutes before the crowning ceremony
opportunities, including Key Leader events, Presidential
Silent Auction: acrylic paintings. (10:00). House lights will be brought up for an inter-
Award events, GLOBE events, workshops, share-a-thons, mission following the presentation of the court and
key-note speakers, and technology training events.
These paintings can be previewed by
parents will be invited down to the main floor to take
visiting the student work section of the high pictures. When the house lights are dimmed, approx-
school fine arts web page. imately 10 minutes after court presentation, parents
will be asked to exit.
2007-08 Kohler Music Department Concert Dates INDUSTRIAL ARTS/TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS: Once students arrive at Prom, they are not allowed
DATE TIME EVENT Visit the Industrial Arts Shop and view to leave and return. If the dance area becomes warm,
May 5 7:30 p.m. Spring Band Concert student projects. students may walk outside but must remain in the
May 15 6:00-8:00 p.m. Arts Festival supervised flagstone area immediately fronting the
May 16 2:00 p.m. Spring Elementary Musical MUSIC PERFORMANCES & entrance.
May 27 7:30 p.m. Spring Vocal Concert (MS & HS & Swing)
May 26 8:00 a.m. Memorial Day Parade
FORENSICS: Students who are not attending Prom, who are not
serving for Prom, or who are not a family ticket hold-
All concerts subject to change.. Any changes will be listed in the Kohler Times. All performances will be in the band room,
er attending the court presentation are not welcome.
except where noted. (To be arranged).

Letterwinner Sports to School Week
May 10th - 16th
Celebration scheduled 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Let’s get movin’!
for May 14 Girls Varsity Softball
All athletes earning a varsity letter during the 2007-2008 school year, Date Date Opponent Place Time
as well as their families and community members, are invited to the 1st Thursday May. 01 @ Cedar Grove High School Cedar Grove High School 4:30PM
Friday May. 02 @ Stockbridge High School Stockbridge High School 4:30PM
Annual Letterwinner Sports Celebration Wednesday, May 14th, 2008
Saturday May. 03 @ Sheboygan Falls Tournament Sheboygan Falls Tournament 10:00AM
7:30 p.m. in The Kohler Memorial Theatre. Monday May. 05 @ Cedar Grove High School Cedar Grove High School 4:30PM
Tuesday May. 06 Oostburg High School Wildwood Softball Field 4:00PM
Thursday May. 08 @ Howards Grove High School Howards Grove High School 4:30PM
Tuesday May. 13 Elkhart Lake High School Wildwood Softball Field 4:30PM
Thursday May. 15 @ Regionals Regionals TBA
Junior Varsity Soccer (Girls) Tuesday May. 20 @ Regionals Regionals TBA
Date Date Opponent Place Time Thursday May. 22 @ Regionals Regionals TBA
Thursday May. 22 @ Regionals Regionals TBA
Thursday May. 01 @ Oostburg High School Oostburg High School 4:30PM
Friday May. 02 @ Valders High School Valders High School 4:30PM
Wednesday May. 07 Washington County HomeSchool Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Thursday May. 08 Sheboygan North High School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Monday May. 12 Cedar Grove High School Ebben Field 4:30PM
Middle School Tennis (Coed)
Date Date Opponent Place Time
Monday May. 19 Valley Christian Ebben Field 4:30PM
Friday May. 02 @ Manitowoc Lutheran High School Manitowoc Lutheran High School 4:00PM
Tuesday May. 20 @ Sheboygan Falls High School Sheboygan Falls High School 4:30PM
Thursday May. 08 Two Rivers High School Kohler High School 3:30PM
Wednesday May. 21 Washington County Home School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Saturday May. 10 @ Tennis Quad Green Bay Tennis Quad Green Bay 9:00AM
Monday May. 12 @ Two Rivers High School Two Rivers High School 4:00PM
Saturday May. 17 @ Conference Meet in Green Bay Conference Meet in Green Bay 9:00AM

Middle School Track (Coed)

Date Date Opponent Place Time
Thursday May. 01 Oostburg High School Kohler High School 4:00PM
Monday May 5 Elkhart Lake Kohler High School 4:00 PM Varsity Tennis (Boys)
Tuesday May. 13 @ Cedar Grove High School Cedar Grove High School 4:00PM Date Date Opponent Place Time
FSaturday May 03 County Tournnament Sheboygan Falls TBA
Tuesday May. 06 Kewaskum High School Tennis Courts 4:00PM
Thursday May. 08 @ Roncalli High School Roncalli High School 4:00PM
Varsity Golf (Boys) Saturday May. 17 @ University School -- Wildcats Invite University School -- Wildcats Invite 8:00AM
Date Date Opponent Place Time
Friday May. 02 @ Stockbridge High School Stockbridge High School TBA
Monday May. 05 Random Lake High School Kohler High School TBA
Wednesday May. 07 @ Lutheran High School (Sheboygan) Lutheran High School (Sheboygan) TBA Varsity Soccer (Girls)
Monday May. 12 @ Ozaukee High School Ozaukee High School TBA Date Date Opponent Place Time
Thursday May. 15 @ Conference Meet Conference Meet TBA
Thursday May. 01 @ Oostburg High School Oostburg High School 7:00PM
Monday May. 05 @ Living Word Lutheran Living Word Lutheran 4:30PM
Tuesday May. 06 Random Lake High School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Varsity Track (Coed) Saturday May. 10 @ Central WI Christian Tournament Central WI Christian Tournament TBA
Date Date Opponent Place Time Monday May. 12 Ozaukee High School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Friday May. 02 @ Hilbert Invite Hilbert Invite 4:00PM Tuesday May. 13 @ Green Bay New Lutheran Green Bay New Lutheran 4:30PM
Tuesday May. 06 @ Track Triangular @ Ozaukee Track Triangular@ Ozaukee 4:00PM Thursday May. 15 @ Sheboygan Co Christian High Sch Sheboygan Co Christian High Sch 4:30PM
Thursday May. 08 @ Frosh-Soph Meet @ Random Lake Frosh-Soph Meet @ Random Lake 3:30PM Saturday May. 17 Living Word Lutheran Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 11:00AM
Monday May. 12 @ Conference Meet @ Cedar Grove Conference Meet @ Cedar Grove 3:30PM Monday May. 19 Valley Christian Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Tuesday May. 13 @ Conference Meet @ Conference Meet @ Tuesday May. 20 Cedar Grove High School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field 4:30PM
Cedar Grove *Rain Date Cedar Grove *Rain Date 3:30PM
Thursday May. 22 @ Regionals Regionals TBA
Monday May. 19 @ Regionals Manitowoc Lutheran 3:30PM
Saturday May. 24 @ Regionals Regionals TBA
Thursday May. 22 @ Sectionals Princeton 3:30PM
Thursday May. 29 @ Sectionals Sectionals TBA
Friday May. 30 @ State State TBA
Saturday May. 31 @ State State TBA Saturday May. 31 @ Sectionals Sectionals TBA

A bike ride, a game, a splash in the
pool, Just leave time for some
great fun at SCHOOL!

Summer Music Scholarships Kohler Spring Band Concert

The Performing Arts Organization is sponsoring partial On Monday, May 5 the Kohler Band Department will
summer music camp scholarships to middle school music present its final concert of the school year. The concert,
students. We are requesting that students fill out the Kohler featuring the Sixth Grade Band, Concert and Symphony
Performing Arts Organization Scholarship Application Band, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Kohler Memorial
form found on the music department website. Information Theatre.
regarding the various summer music camps is included on Some of the selections to be performed include The
Footlifter, Big Band Classic, Kingsbury March, Military
the website.
Forms must be turned into Mrs. Hucke or Mr.
Escort, God Bless America and Jump Street Boogie. KOHLER ELEMENTARY
In addition to the concert, the high school Symphony
Tengowski by May 9.
Band will be debut a work by Kohler Alumni Joseph SUMMER SCHOOL
Monies earned at the PAO Auction on April 19 will be Stillwell entitled Morning Hike. This new band composi-
divided amongst those who have applied for a scholarship. tion was the winner of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Creative & fun-filled sessions for incoming JK
All scholarships will be sent directly to the summer camp. Point Wind Ensemble Composer's Competition in 2005. through 6th grade.
A letter will be sent to you notifying you of the balance due Joe Stillwell is a 2003 Kohler High School graduate. Session listing on page 6.
upon your arrival at the summer camp. You don't want to miss this final concert of the school Visit school office for registration forms.
For more information, contact Mrs. Hucke or Mr. year. The Kohler Bands are under the direction of Richard Registration due May 23
Tengowski. Tengowski. The concert is free and open to the public.


Kohler Kare Students who plan to participate in any school athletics during the 2008-2009 school year must have
a current physical (physical must be dated 4-2-07 to present date to be current) on file in the H.S.
CAN BE DONE BY CALLING LINDA Dr. Scott Stillwell of Kohler will be administering the physical exams this year. There is no cost to you.
NEIL AT 459-2920 EXT 1493, OR BY Physical Exam Cards need to be picked up in the High School office and filled out by your parents
PICKING UP A REGISTRATION BEFORE THE EXAM!! Bring the card to the physical with you!! Exams will held on two days this year,
one for boys and one for girls. Boys may not have their physical done on the day the girls are sched-
uled and vice versa. However, if a boy or girl can not have their physical done at the scheduled time
INFORMATION CENTER. for their grade, they may come at a different time on the same day. ALL PHYSICALS WILL BE HELD
IN THE POOL LOCKER ROOMS. The schedule is as follows:
APRIL 9 (Boys only) MAY 14 (Girls only)

Getting to Know 2:00 P.M. Grade 5

2:30 P.M. Grade 6 & 7
2:00 P.M. Grade 5
2:30 P.M. Grade 6 & 7
3:00 P.M. Grade 8 & 9 Girls
KHS Seniors 3:00 P.M. Grade 8 & 9 Boys
If you are not sure if your son or daughter needs a physical, or if you have other questions, please contact
Mrs. Rydz at 459-2921, Ext. 1100.
by AJ Bocchini


Please fill out and return this census form
even if you do not have children.
x This form is to obtain information for our census. Please complete the questions with
reference to all persons in you household, from birth to 21 years inclusive, married or

x If you do not have any children, write “none” in column 1.

x Please complete this form regardless of whether your children are in public,
private or not currently enrolled in any school at the present. The form may
be brought to the High School office or mailed. If you have any questions,
This month I have another great edition of Getting to
Know KHS Seniors. I interviewed Caley Hildebrand.
please call 459-2921, Ext. 1100.
How many years have you been a student at Kohler CHILD FIND – Subchapter IV of Chapter 115, Wisconsin Statutes mandates that school district personnel are aware of
Schools? all children between the ages of birth and 20 who have or are suspected of having physical or orthopedic disability,
I have been a student here my whole life. cognitive disability, or other developmental disabilities such as hearing impairment, visual disability, speech or
language disability, emotional disturbance, learning disability, autism, traumatic brain injury or any combination of
What extra-curricular activities are you currently involved conditions which may result in the need for exceptional educational services to supplement or replace regular
in? education. If such a condition exists with any of your children, please list in the column that deals with the disabled.
Providing this information will assist in appropriate referrals to meet your needs.
I have been involved in Madrigals, volleyball and manag-
ing the volleyball team. I also take private guitar lessons. Under school attended, please write the name of the school and check public or non-public.
Which activity do you enjoy the most? Why? Please return the bottom portion to the High School office by
I enjoy volleyball most because the team gets along and
we have fun.
June 2, 2008.
What is your favorite class and why?
Kohler School District
My favorite class is band because I’ve always been in 333 Upper Road.
music. My mom is a music teacher so it’s kind of in my SCHOOL CENSUS INFORMATION
What is your best memory at Kohler School? I hereby certify that the statements hereafter given are correct.
My best memory is a senior tradition... toilet papering.
What will you miss most about Kohler School? Last name Father Mother
I will miss the closeness to the other kids and the teachers.
What are your plans after high school? Address Phone Date
I’m going to UW Milwaukee. I will be majoring in pho-
Child’s Name Boy/ Birth Date Handicap School & Grade
Do you know what you would like to do after college?
(Birth to 21) Girl Mo/Day/Yr (If any) Attending
I would like to open my own photography studio doing ______________________________________________________________________________________
portraits. I enjoy working with people.
If you had an hour to yourself to do anything you wanted, ______________________________________________________________________________________
what would you do? ______________________________________________________________________________________
I would make myself a bowl of pasta and read a book or ______________________________________________________________________________________
watch a movie.
Where do you see yourself 20 years from now?
I see myself married with two children and having my
photography studio. I would still like to live in Wisconsin. ______________________________________________________________________________________


ALL SPORTS CO-ED GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit
Speed, agility and quickness camp the Environment) involves students collecting environmen-
Gold Medal / Kohler Sports tal data and interacting with the scientific community. Kids
around the world collect and enter data like the Kohler
Performance Camp GLOBE members do. GLOBE supports students, teachers,
and scientists as they investigate the Earth system while
Five Weeks (Monday-Thursday) working with NASA (National Air and Space
Girls & Boys Entering 7th – 12th Grade 3rd Annual KHS Sports Administration), NOAA (National Oceanic and
June 16-19; 23-26; 30-July 3; July 7-10; 14-17 Atmospheric Administration), and the U.S. Department of
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 - 10:00 Booster Club Golf Outing State. It is the first and only international environmental
Wednesday 9:00 - 11:00 monitoring program that involves students around the
At Kohler High School Saturday, June 28th, 2008 world.
Town and Country Golf Club Who participates in GLOBE? Students in over 109 coun-
Kohler Performance Camp Directors - Ken Roeder, Doug Bocchini tries participate in the GLOBE Program. There are more
Gold Medal Camp Directors - Todd Brawner W1943 Hwy J
than 36,000 GLOBE-trained teachers representing 19,000
Camp Benefits: Sheboygan, WI schools around the world. Students enter about 16 million
• Improved Acceleration measurements to the GLOBE database for use in their sci-
• Improved Flexibility & Range of Motion
8:00 am - Registration begins (19th Hole ence projects and for scientists’ use. GLOBE brings togeth-
• Faster Starts and Reaction Time Entrance) er students, teachers, and scientists through learning and
• Core Strength Development 9:00 am - Shotgun Start – Scramble research.
• Improved Explosiveness & Jumping Ability The team of eighth graders collects atmospheric data
• Power Development
Format 18 Holes daily, while the juniors and seniors in College Prep.
• Improved Agility & Change of Direction Awards ceremony for raffle/door prizes Chemistry, Advanced Honors Biology, and Physics, collect
• Improved Conditioning follows immediately after golf! hydrology data during the fall and spring. Some of the
• Improved Sprint Mechanics atmospheric protocols include: cloud type, water vapor, rel-
Individual /Team Fee: $75 / $300, plus 1 ative humidity, precipitation measurement and pH, current,
Registration fee: Residents $100 door prize per team. maximum, and minimum temperature, and more. Each
Non-residents $110 Fees include: green fees, golf cart, lunch, week students enter the data into the international GLOBE
Walk Up Registration Add $10 website data base.
prizes, meeting new people and catching up
(Space is limited, so only if available) The atmospheric data that is collected by participants in
with old friends.
Registration due: Friday June 6th the GLOBE Program is used by scientists to help them in
Fee Includes: Tee Shirt (2) Non-Golfer Fee: $25.00 – includes lunch their research. It is important because we need to know
and laughs what is going on in our atmosphere so that we can predict
For more information please contact: the weather and learn more about our Earth. When we know
Ken Roeder 459-2921 or Doug Bocchini 458-6674 or (Deadline June 16, 2008) more about our atmosphere and how it changes throughout time, we can find ways to protect, monitor, and understand
Individual or Company Sponsorships avail-
Registration Forms available at the High School Office and the able ($100 per hole)
our atmosphere.
Village Hall Students involved in the GLOBE Program this year are:
Registration: Pick up forms at Village Hall, Kohler Denisa Boy, Levi Boy, Carlo Gischia, Adam Kellner, Peter
“Teams are made in Season, Players are made in School or contact Bocchinis at 458-6674, Ladwig, Aaron Lee, Travis Meyer, Ashley Sobecki, Kayla
the off Season” Truman, Sarah Westphalen.

2nd Semester KOHLER SCHOOL 2008 Summer School Program

8:30 - 9:30 9:45 - 10:45 11:00 - 12:00 Registration
Exams Schedule READY, SET, GO / #1
Skills to Start School -
Skills to Start School
Skills to Start School
forms available at
school office.
Mrs. Amanda DeBruin Mrs. Amanda DeBruin Mrs. Amanda DeBruin
Grades 9-11 Starting JK in the Fall Starting JK in the Fall Starting SK in the Fall DUE date for registra-
Note: Middle School and Grade 12 students will take tion - May 23, 2008
XXXXXXXX (2 Hour Session)****WALK ON THE WILD SIDE CAMP ********** (please enclose a
their exams June 2-6. Fun outdoor activities - Mrs. Luedtke check)
Monday, June 9 4th - 6th Graders
*Refunds will NOT be
Period 2 8:00 - 9:15 AM awarded to students
Loudspeaker announcements 9:13 Camp - Learn Computers - Learn Computers - who leave for vaca-
Period 8 9:25 - 10:40 AM Mrs. Luedtke Mr. & Mrs. Safford Mr. & Mrs. Safford tions
Period 4 10:50 - 12:05 PM 4th - 6th Graders SK - 1st Graders 2nd - 3rd Graders ALL CLASSES RUN
Lunch Monday - Thursday
1:00 Building re-opens
Cooking - Ms. Lewinski Cooking - Ms. Lewinski Cooking - Ms. Lewinski *4 Week Classes
Period 6 1:15 - 2:30 PM SK - 1st Graders 1st - 2nd Graders 3rd - 5th Graders June 16th - July 17th
Make-up exams 2:30 - 3:30 PM (No Classes June
Tuesday, June 10 THEATRE / #1 THEATRE / #2 THEATRE/ #3 30th - July 4th)
Period 1 8:00 - 9:15 AM Learning to Perform - Learning to Perform - Learning to Perform
*2 Week Classes -
Loudspeaker announcements 9:13 Ms. Spindler-Gallichio Mrs. Spindler-Gallichio Mrs. Spindler-Gallichio
3rd - 6th Graders 1st - 2nd Graders JK - SK
Elementastic - $55.00
Period 3 9:25 - 10:40 AM June 16 - June 26
Period 7 10:50 - 12:05 PM
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY / #1 MONEY, MONEY, MONEY / #2 *2 Week Classes -
Lunch Money - where does it come from? Money - where does it come from? Reading - $27.00
1:00 Building re-opens Who's "in charge" of it? Who's "in charge" of it? July 7 - July 17
Period 5 1:15 - 2:30 PM Why do we need it? Why do we need it?
Make-up exams 2:30 - 3:30 PM 3rd - 4th Graders 1st - 2nd Graders *Cost
One hour classes -
Attendance MAMBO SUMMER / #1 MAMBO SUMMER / #2 MAMBO SUMMER / #3 $52.50 per 4 wk ses-
Students are required to attend school only for Spanish, crafts & games - Spanish, crafts & games - Spanish, crafts & games sion
scheduled exams. Teachers in physical education, art Mrs. Vrtikapa Mrs. Vrtikapa Mrs. Vrtikapa
*Two hour class -
and music classes will not give semester exams because 3rd - 4th Graders JK - SK 1st - 2nd Graders
Walk on the Wild
their elementary school classes conflict with the semes- Side
ter test schedule. Students will not attend these classes ELEMENTASTIC / #1 ELEMENTASTIC / #2 ELEMENTASTIC / #3
$105 per 4 wk ses-
nor will they be required to attend study halls. Dr. Angelika Henke Dr. Angelika Henke Dr. Angelika Henke
Hands on Science - real lab setting: Hands on Science - real lab setting: Hands on Science -real lab setting
forensics, spy experiments forensics, spy experiments forensics, spy experiment
TO MEET FOR THE ENTIRE TIME PERIOD INDI- Week of June 16 & June 23 ONLY Week of June 16 & June 23 ONLY Week of June 16 & June 23 ONLY designed for fun and
CATED. Students may use the library for supervised 1st - 6th Graders 1st - 6th Graders 1st - 6th Graders learning
study on both days from 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM. *Contact -
READING / #1 READING / #2 READING / #3 Susan Jaberg /
"Readers Succeeders" - Mrs. Roth "Readers Succeeders" - Mrs. Roth "Readers Succeeders" - Mrs. Roth Principal
School buses will follow regular schedules. If stu- Learn to have fun reading books Learn to have fun reading books Learn to have fun reading books
dents decide to come only for scheduled tests, responsi- 459-2920 ext. 1300
you enjoy at your level. you enjoy at your level. you enjoy at your level. with questions
bility for transportation belongs to the parents and the Week of July 7 and July 14 ONLY Week of July 7 and July 14 ONLY Week of July 7 and July 14 ONLY
student. SK - 1st Graders 1st - 2nd Graders 2nd - 4th Graders

3rd Quarter Honor Roll

HIGHEST HONORS (3.90- Honor Roll (3.40 – 3.899) Graduation Year: 2011 TIMOTHY VALICENTI Graduation Year: 2011 RAYMOND VENN
Graduation Year: 2008
Graduation Year: 2008 JENNIFER BALGE Graduation Year: 2013
Graduation Year: 2009 LAUREN HENDERSON
BRANDON TOMLIN Graduation Year: 2009
ANDREW GOODELL KIRA MILLER Please note that honor roll
Graduation Year: 2009 DWIGHT DYKSTERHOUSE
Graduation Year: 2010 JACOB HART SARAH MOLEPSKE grade point average is calculat-
Graduation Year: 2013
MEGAN CHRISTENSEN Graduation Year: 2010
Committee for your hard
Graduation Year: 2010 work and dedication to
PETER LADWIG our children.
RACHEL MAGGI – Grateful Parent

Thank you for supporting the

Kohler Wellness Program,
Early Release
Activities for
committed to health and
nutritional education.

Kohler School Friends along with Kohler's Tourism The Kohler Classic is an event that brings children,
Promotion and Development Committee is excited to parents, and the whole community together to encour-
host the 2nd annual Kohler Classic on Saturday, June May 14th from 1-2 PM
age one another to stay active and celebrate every-
14th starting at 9 a.m. Kayaking & Canoeing
one's achievements. No matter what your age, run-
In 2007 more than 200 participants took part in the
Kohler Classic 5K Run/Walk and Children's 1 Mile
ning is wonderful exercise. An event like this offers (grades 2-6)
Run. This was an event where the ultimate reward the chance to meet others who share your interest in
Join us at Camp Y-Koda for an hour of kayaking
was combining family, fun and fitness, not necessarily running, is a super way to have fun, and stay fit and
fun. Learn the techniques of kayaking from the
winning the race. Kohler School District continues to healthy.
experts, and then get ready to test your
prioritize physical fitness and encourage kids in There are two ways to register for the 2008 Kohler
skills on the open waters.
motion. This run, while providing motivation to adhere Classic. You may print and mail an entry form (PDF) Class size is limited to 30 kids. Fee $2.85.
to a healthy lifestyle and improve general fitness, from , or register in per-
funds many activities and improvements for our Transportation to and from Camp Y-Koda is the
son on Friday, June 13th from 4 pm to 6:00 p.m. or on
school. Last year's improvements included funding for responsibility of the parent; however, they need
Saturday, June 14, at 7:30 a.m. at Kohler Schools.
buses for student field trips, and enhancing education- not stay for the activity.
Current fees are $15, 5K; and $7, 1mile children's run.
al programs. We are fortunate to live in a community
that embraces the importance of an active lifestyle for There will be awards for first, second and third place
all ages. in all age groups from junior kindergarten on up. May 14th from 1-3 PM
Rock Climbing Wall
(must be age 10 or over to
Join us at Camp Y-Koda for two hours of rock wall
climbing. Learn the "ropes" from the pros, and then
get ready to test your skills on the wall.
Class size is limited to 30 kids. Fee $5.00.
Transportation to and from Camp Y-Koda is the
responsibility of the parent; however, they need not
stay for the activity.
Questions? Contact Suzanne at


Kohler Public Library is housed with the
school library in the school building at
333 Upper Road.
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8:30pm
Friday: 8am-8:30pm
Sunday 1-4pm

May, 2008
KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY EARLY RELEASE PROGRAM guides specific for your destination. The Genius Jesse Kellerman
LOCATION: Wednesday, May 14 Stop in, or email The Miracle at Speedy Motors
Kohler Public Library is housed 12:30 pm McCall Smith
with the school library in the school Mr. Billy is back by popular The Third Circle Quick
building at 333 Upper Road. demand! Guilty Karen Robards
Please call 459-2923 or email Erin
SPRING HOURS: Mr. Billy will be hosting a very at Santa Fe Dead Stuart Woods
Monday—Thursday: 8am-8:30pm special Early Release program this if you have suggestions of items to DVD
Friday: 8am—5pm month, “Getting Buggy with Mr. purchase for the library. No Reservations
Sunday 1—4pm Billy!”. Kids of all ages are invited Enchanted
to help create and record our I Am Legend
Summer Reading Program theme Atonement
Just a reminder that library parking Nightshade Albert
song! Don’t miss this unique expe- Alvin and the chipmunks
spots are for library patrons only. The Whole Truth Baldacci
rience! Eye of the Beast
Please don’t park there if you are How Nancy Drew Saved My Life
dropping off or picking up your kids, STORYTIME: Baratz-Logsted Sweeney Todd
or attending an after school events. Thursdays at 10:30 Winter Study Barr Lions for Lambs
Tickets will be issued if you are Includes stories and a craft based The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted Music Within
parked there illegally. This policy is on a theme. Berg There Will be Blood
to ensure that elderly patrons and We will have storytime May 7-14, Winding Ways Quilt Chiaverini Midsomer Murders series
patrons with small kids don’t have to then take a break until the Summer Zapped Carol Higgins Clark
park at the back of the parking lot. Reading Program begins on June Where Are you Now? Mary Higgins
18. Clark
SPECIAL PROGRAMS Hold Tight Harlan Coben
GOING ON VACATION??? Playing For Pizza John Grisham
LET US HELP YOU!!! The Girl With No Shadow Joanne
Tuesday, May 20 at 6 pm the
Please let Erin know if you or your Harris
library invites all knitters to an
family is planning a vacation for Death Walked In Hart
informal knitting group. Knitters of
the upcoming year. The library The Third Angel Alice Hoffmann
all experience levels are welcome.
would be happy to purchase travel Quicksand Iris Johansen

Pets of the month at the Sheboygan County Humane Society

See all the Humane

Society’s adoptable pets at
Visit the Sheboygan County
Humane Society at:
3107 N. 20th St.
Sheboygan, WI 53083

Shelter hours:
Monday: Noon - 4:30p.m.
Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30p.m.
Wed. & Fri.: Noon - 4:30p.m.
Saturday: Noon - 4:00p.m.
Closed Sundays.
The Humane Society offers discount
“Chalupa” adoption rates on adult cats. Please
help us end pet overpopulation in
C8-03-0194- You can't tell in this photo, but I have the most “Murphy” Sheboygan County, please SPAY and
beautiful green eyes you ever saw! NEUTER your pets.
D8-04-183 - I am a lovely, older Apricot Poodle. I'm a
I am soft and sweet, under two years old. I'm a male and looking boy and I've been "fixed".
for a purr-fect pal and a new home where I am treasured. I love cats and dogs and children, too, but I was
accutomed to a quiet household with a senior citizen
like me.


VIEW News and notices from the Village departments

Also visit

2008 Clean Sweep May 16 & 17 for Disposal of it filled out before you arrive. There will be forms FROM RECREATION DIRECTOR SUSIE WAND- interested Call Susie at 458-9726 or stop at the
Unwanted Hazardous Materials available the day of, but it would make that portion SCHNEIDER Village Hall for registration slips. $5 per person.
On May 16 & 17, 2008, all Sheboygan County res- go more quickly. All participants will receive an Attention – Attention!! T-Ball Players in Junior
idents, households and farms can dispose of haz- Kindergarten Registrations
inspection of their bike, a free helmet and a bike
ardous materials at the Clean Sweep. Household JK T-Ball will be combined with SK T- Registration for all programs is required before par-
accessory. We will also be supplying free soda and
participants and farmers may dispose of accept- Ball and will play in the same time ticipation is allowed. Please take note of deadlines.
chips after the day’s events. Last year we had a
able hazardous waste items at no cost. On Friday, slot as noted in the Recreation Most registration slips are available to download at
tremendous turnout with great weather. We hope to
May 16 bring materials to Veolia Environmental Department summer program or at the Village Hall.
see you again this year.
Services, 2509 W Paine Avenue, Sheboygan from brochure. Additional forms are avail- Summer Recreation Brochure
3:00–6:00 pm and on Saturday, May 17 to the Animal Complaints able at the Village Hall. The Recreation Department The summer recreation brochures were sent out
Sheboygan County Highway Shop, W6451 State The Kohler Police Department has received several apologizes for any confusion. If you have any ques- with the March water and sewer bills. If you did not
Hwy 28, Cascade from 8:00–11:00 am. complaints of animals at large in the Village, includ- tions please contact Jim Tesmer at 457-4722. receive one, additional copies are available at
Items must be brought in their original containers. ing the cemetery. Cats and dogs are required to be Village Hall.
Keep materials separate. Do NOT mix chemicals. on a leash or chain not longer than six feet when off Village Pool Hours
Materials that will be accepted include: plant, pest, their property. Animals that are on their property Open swim hours will be as follows: Actions taken by the Village Board during their
yard maintenance chemicals; paints, solvents & must be controlled by voice command, fenced in, Weekends 2:30-4:30 pm begin April 12 meeting on February 18, 2008:
related products; cleaners & cleansers; automotive or on a leash no longer than 15 feet. Please keep in Tuesday and Thursday 4:30-6:30 pm Approved installation of sub-metering of the ten-
& vehicle products; miscellaneous–bulk mercury & mind that not everyone in your neighborhood wants Lap swimming is available during all open swim nis court lighting feeder to be charged to the
mercury containing devices such as thermometers, your animal in their yard. Also, when walking your times. There may be other programs
Memorial Hall maintenance, cost $2,590.
thermostats, rechargeable batteries, acids & bases, animals, please pick up after them. Many people happening, but there is always a
space reserved for lap swimmers. Approved contracting with Tremco for consult-
& photographic chemicals. The following items use the green areas in the Village to exercise their
ing services and to put the Village garage roof
require special handling and CANNOT be accepted: dogs without picking up after them. Please be cour- Water in Motion - Monday-Wednesday-Friday
explosives & radioactive material; compressed gas teous to your fellow residents. No one wants to and Memorial Building masonry repair projects
7:00 AM
tanks; ammunition; infectious & biological waste complain about his or her neighbor. out for bids.
This is an energizing experience in the shallow
including sharps & needles; computer compo- water. A cardio workout and muscle toning are the Approved purchasing a Ford F350 truck from
nents/TVs; tires, light bulbs & batteries; pharma- FROM PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT Ewald, cost $29,287.
emphasis for this class. We encourage participants
ceuticals. Latex paint is not considered a hazardous BRUCE NEERHOF to wear water shoes, but they are not required. Approved Operator’s Licenses as requested.
waste. Residents are encouraged to dispose of Holiday Trash Collection Schedule
Ability to swim is not necessary. Please bring tow- Approved Resolution No. 2008-1, Adopting an
dried latex paint in their regular trash. Just take the Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May els, shampoo and soap.
lid off and let it dry or add paint hardener or cat lit- 26th all scheduled trash collections for that week Updated Village of Kohler Emergency
ter. Once hardened, latex paint can be disposed of will be one day later. Therefore, garbage pick-up will Fee $1.00 for residents per session $2.00 Operations Plan and Authorizing the Village
in the trash. For more information about the Clean be on Wednesday, May 27th and Saturday, May non-residents per session President and Village Clerk to Approve
Sweep program contact: Mike Ballweg, Agricultural 31st. A card will be available for purchase at the pool. The Expenditures Under a State of Emergency.
Agent, Sheboygan County UW-Extension, 650 cost will be $10.00 for 12 sessions for residents Approved the December 2007 and January
Forest Avenue, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-5742, Grass Clippings and $22.00 for non-residents.
Village residents are encouraged to mulch as much 2008 Revenue & Expense Reports
of their grass clippings as possible. If this is not Deep Water Cardio and Abs Tuesday and Approved the Nathylie Oehl Ross Artwork agree-
Village Meetings Scheduled for May possible, grass clippings may be placed by the Thursday at 5:15 pm. ment.
5/7 Public Library Board 4:00 pm (at curbside on Tuesdays in a solid container, such as The participants in this class wear a flotation belts
Approved Laurie Lindow’s attendance at 2008
Library) a bushel basket or garbage can, not to exceed 50 for buoyancy. 25 minutes are cardio exercises, 20
minutes targeting specific muscle groups and 15 training/conferences as requested.
5/8 Plan Commission 4:30 pm lbs.
5/12 Property Committee 4:45 pm minutes are spent in the shallow water targeting the Approved the Village of Kohler Service
5/12 Finance Committee 6:00 pm core muscles. You need not be a strong swimmer Recognition & Retirement Policy as amended.
5/19 Village Board 7:00 pm Yard Waste to take advantage of this class. The fee for this Accepted the bid from Visu-Sewer Clean & Seal
All meetings are held at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Yard waste is picked up on Tuesdays and must be class is the same at the Water in Motion class. for Church Street lining project, $29,556.
Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated. placed in solid containers. Brush should be neatly Approved submittal of an application for storm
There are still a few jobs open in the summer
piled in five-foot lengths.
FROM CLERK/TREASURER LAURIE LINDOW Recreation Programs. Please contact Susie water management grants by Earth Tech at a
Wandschneider at 458-9726 if you are interested in: cost of $1,600 for the 2009 budget year based DO NOT RAKE GRASS, LEAVES OR DEBRIS INTO Summer Playground attendants or Cheerleading on a 70/30 split.
New Office Hours THE STREET. Clinic.
The Village Clerk-Treasurer’s office has new hours. Village residents are allowed to rake their leaves in Approved Temporary Class B beer license for
The office will be open from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, the street during the designated fall leaf collection Take Me Fishing the Kohler Fire Department for May 4, 2008.
Monday thru Friday and will remain open through program only. June 7 9:00 am – 2:00 pm at Approved hiring of new employees for the
the noon hour. Woodlake, follow the signs. Kids 6-12
Recreation Department as presented.
Larry’s Hauling Industrial Site years old are invited and should be
Office Closed accompanied by an adult. The Village Approved Tom Leonhardt’s attendance at the
Larry’s Hauling now has an industrial site for yard
Thursday, May 1, the office will be closed while Recreation Department will be conducting a work- 41st Annual Governor’s Conference on
waste only. It is located in the Sheboygan Falls
staff attends training. shop and a fishing day at Woodlake. We have poles Emergency Management and Homeland
Industrial Park at 113A Balsam Road. Dumpsters
Monday, May 26, the office will be closed for and tackle provided by La Crosse Park and Security on April 7 & 8 in Appleton.
are located between the Hagemeir Construction and
Memorial Day. Recreation Department “Take Me Fishing” grant
New Dawn buildings. Residents may dump all Approved the following requests for Tourism
Election Results materials into the dumpsters. Please take any con- Promotion & Development funds:
tainers with you. Our volunteers will be providing the opportunity to Kohler Police Department for reimbursement of
The Village of Kohler had 675 people vote in the
learn a variety of basic techniques to get them start- Police Services not to exceed $850 related to a
Spring Election on April 1, 2008. Here are the
Friday Garbage Collection ed and help them enjoy this lifetime activity. All Duathlon to be held on September 13, 2008.
results from the Election:
Begins May 2 - Ends September 26 poles and bait will be provided. There is no fee for Request from Public Works for 105 six-foot
Supreme Court Justice: 353 Mike Gableman; 254
In addition to Tuesday garbage pick up, garbage this activity but pre-registration at the Village Hall is metal spinning flagpoles not to exceed $1,900.
Louis Butler; Court of Appeals-District 2; 2 0 9
only will be picked up on Fridays during the above advised to ensure that equipment will be available. Request for partial funding of the 2008 Kohler
William Gleisner; 360 Lisa S. Neubauer ; County
Supervisor-District 18: 335 Jeff Dickert; Village designated dates. Please have garbage to the curb We need volunteer parents, grandparents and Food & Wine Experience October 23-26, 2008,
Trustee: 297 Jeffrey A. Herold; 423 John A. Pethan; by 7:00 am. Garbage should be tied and in clear sportsmen and women from our community. If you cost $70,000.
435 Steve Reinbacher; 261 John Elmendorf; 379 bags. Blue recycling bins should be used for plas- have any interest or questions about this program,
John Renzelmann; Kohler School Board: 529 tic, aluminum and steel cans, and glass. If you do please call Susie Wandschneider , 458-9726.
Gordon Wuthrich; Write-In Votes: State not have a recycling bin, please contact the Public
Referendum: 509 Yes, 118 No. Works Department at 459-3881. Cardboard, news- Free fishing weekend June 7 & 8 VILLAGE BOARD
papers and magazines should be bundled or put in Every year Wisconsin sets aside a weekend when
Tom Leonhardt, President Public Works Supt.
FROM POLICE CHIEF WILLIAM paper bags next to the recycling bin. no fishing license is required. All of the waters of the
John Egan Bruce Neerhof
RUTTEN state are open! This event is designed to encourage
Thomas Gast Fire Chief
Bike Safety Day Removal of Cemetery Christmas Wreaths families to get out and fish together on Wisconsin Bill Kunst Mike Lindstrom
The Kohler Police Department in conjunction with All Christmas wreaths should be removed from the waters. Join us at Woodlake. John Pethan Recreation Director
the Village of Kohler Recreation Department is cemetery by May 11. “Tennis for the Fun of It” Steve Reinbacher Susie Wandschneider
again sponsoring the Bike Safety Day on Saturday, John Renzelmann
Garage Sale Signs This is not necessarily for the serious Librarian
June 7th at 12:30 pm. The event is being held at the One temporary “garage sale” or “for sale” sign shall player. Get together with other casual Clerk-Treasurer Erin Coppersmith
Laurie Lindow
Village Hall. Licenses are required and are available be permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs located on and regular tennis players for some fun. Bring a
for $2.50 for any bikes with wheels larger than 16”. partner or not. Fill your cooler with your favorite Police Chief
public property will be removed by the Public William Rutten
Anyone who needs a license can download the bike Works Department or Police Department. beverage and enjoy “tennis for the fun of it”.
license form from and have When: Wednesdays 6:30-8:00 pm Adults only. If

Panache adds a festive splash Recent addition to the

Shops family – With Child
Panache is a new store at The Shops at
Woodlake that features seasonal gifts and
collectibles with merchandise ranging from
Valentine’s Day to Christmas items offered year
DestinationKohler is proud to announce its high-end fashion lines such as Noppies, Olian
newest addition to the family of specialty stores and Maternal America. For babies and children,
Shoppers can expect to find specialized With Child offers a large selection of infant
at The Shops at Woodlake. With Child
items for everyday alongside gifts for special apparel featuring Zutano, Catimini and Giggle
Maternity & Baby Boutique offers a hand-
occasions like weddings, anniversaries and Moon.
selected collection of high quality and
birthdays. Panache’s extensive selection of With Child is open Monday through Friday
fashionable maternity and infant apparel,
merchandise ranges from linens to wall clocks. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday from 10
merchandise and gifts.
Specialty items at Panache include official a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 11a.m. to 5 p.m.
With Child is the only boutique in
Wisconsin Badger and Green Bay Packer items. Sheboygan that exclusively offers maternity and The shop is located next to Silk Road Oriental
Popular featured vendors include Dept 56, infant apparel. Owners and mother/daughter Rugs in the lakeside addition of The Shops at
Peggy Karr, WoodWick Candles, Pipka, and team Shelley Knepfel and Tarra Brotz are Woodlake Kohler. For more information, call
Seiko. excited to help area families and friends 920-287-7611 or visit
Panache is open Monday through Friday celebrate new bundles of joy. The store offers
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. merchandise that will assist expecting mothers
to 5 p.m., and Sunday from Noon to 5 p.m. from the beginning encouraging them to
Located next to Art Imig’s Clothiers in The embrace their changing shape without losing
Shops at Woodlake. For more information, call style.
920-452-6662. “Our boutique is designed to provide
products, gifts, and apparel for expecting and

Kohler Original Recipe Chocolate of new mothers that match the latest trends,” said

the Month: Milk Chocolate

The boutique features maternity apparel and
accessories from around the world including

Make Mom Melt on Mother's Day!

The foundation of great chocolates is a
quality chocolate that is pleasing to the palate.
er, lasting flavor that will cause you to close Kohler Golf Academy for
Women – May 2008 Golf
your eyes and celebrate. Not to mention – a
Sweetness, balanced with a rich flavor profile chocolate with a higher cocoa content contains
is considered with the texture and mouth feel. less fillers, sugar and milk – and it is healthier.
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates
Make a great milk chocolate dessert for The American Club along with its two world- The Kohler Golf Academy for Women offers
blends its own milk chocolate from a combina-
Mother’s Day with KOHLER Original Recipe renowned golf venues of Whistling Straits and a great opportunity for women to improve
tion of of 55% and 37% Swiss chocolates.
This proprietary blend has a cocoa content of Chocolate’s Baking Chocolate. It is available at Blackwolf Run are keeping in mind the term their golf game with lessons from the Kohler
approximately 42%. The average commercial the Craverie Chocolatier Café, in the Shops at “ladies first” as they host the annual Kohler Golf Golf Academy certified instructors. Contact:
chocolate bar measures at approximately 10%. Woodlake or online at Academy for Women, a program designed exclu- Todd Wagner - Manager and Lead Instructor,
The higher cocoa content in the KOHLER The following recipe for Mexican Hot sively for female golfers. The academy provides Kohler Golf Academy (920) 565-6075.
Original Recipe milk chocolate provides a rich- Chocolate Fondue will surely make mom melt. women with the opportunity to fine-tune their
golf game in a relaxed yet focused setting while
enjoying some of the best golf the U.S. offers.
The Golf Academy is a two-day program
designed for women of all ages and abilities.
Participants receive individual attention from
INDULGENCE Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits golf course
Mexican Hot Chocolate Fondue professionals during golf lessons and personal
Ingredients instruction while playing at Blackwolf Run.
/3 C sugar
1 vanilla bean split
1 T cornstarch 7 oz KOHLER Original Ladies have the opportunity to learn from skilled
1¼ C heavy cream Recipe Chocolates
1¼ C milk Baking Chocolate pros, plus observe techniques and styles of other
2 T freshly ground 3 T unsalted butter
coffee beans Bananas, strawberries, spiced women golfers. The Golf Academy for Women is
bread and coconut
½ t ground Ceylon cinnamon
macaroons for dipping offered every weekend in May.
In a bowl, whisk together the sugar and cornstarch to blend. This Golf School package includes:
Slowly whisk in the cream; then milk, coffee, cinnamon and vanilla. - 9 hours of golf instruction (including 2 hours
Pour the mixture into a stainless steel saucepan and gently bring to
a boil. Cook and stir with a whisk until thickened, about 4 minutes. of on-course instruction)
Remove the pan from the heat and whisk in the chocolate and butter
until melted. Using a fine-meshed sieve over a large bowl, strain the - 18 holes of golf at Blackwolf Run on Saturday
chocolate mixture and discard the solids. Pour into a warm fondue
pot and serve. and Sunday
Makes 6 servings.
- Lunch at Blackwolf Run Restaurant on Friday
and Saturday
- $789.00 per person, lodging additional


May is PGA Free Lesson Month Complimentary event - Chocolatier Katie Schaub expression of love. May Special at Sports Core Salon
For the entire month of May, enjoy a free will demonstrate how to make Mexican Hot $12.00 charge per child. Pre-registration is Get beach-ready toes! Complimentary margarita
10-minute lesson from certified Kohler Golf Chocolate Fondue using KOHLER Original Recipe required by Thursday May 8th Please call the with every pedicure booked during May –
Academy instructors. Contact Todd Wagner at Chocolate for Mother's Day. Chocolate, recipes and Kohler Gardener for details and to register alcoholic or non-alcoholic versions available. Call
920-565-6075 or via e-mail at tools will be available for purchase in the Craverie 920-458-5570. 920-457-4746 for appointments. to schedule your free to make the dessert for Mom. Please call 920-208- Toes on the Go (25 minutes) $30
Horse & Plow Beer Maker Dinner Series
lesson. 4933 or email for Complete Toe-Nup (50 minutes) $56
Discover the joys of food and beer pairings as
Kohler Golf Expo at Blackwolf Run details. The Horse & Plow restaurant hosts a series of Ice Cream Pedicure (50 minutes) $60
May 3 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Intentions - Reiki seminar. beer dinners. Join the festivities as the chef 5th Annual HEALTHY LIVING EXPO
Blackwolf Run’s FREE golf expo. Check out May 10 prepares an evening featuring a five-course JULY 26 from Noon to 4 p.m. at Woodlake
what's new in golf equipment and apparel. Learn about healing energy at our free seminar. menu paired with a variety of crafted brews. Market Free Admission ** Public Welcome Food
Representatives from TaylorMade, Titleist, Nike Call 920-457-9543 for more information. Distinguished regional brewers will be on hand samples and demonstrations, Mini fitness classes
and Cobra will demonstrate and display all theFun with Dirt - From Nature, Return to Nature to share tips and information to help you taste and spa treatments, Booths featuring community
latest products. For more information, call May 10th. Two sessions: 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m and different beer styles and create some memorable wide businesses, Activities and fun for the entire
Blackwolf Run at (920) 457-4446. pairings for your next dinner party.
1:00-2:00 p.m. family!
Mexican Hot Chocolate Fondue Learn how to protect our environment Reception 6:30 p.m. & Dinner 7-9 p.m.
Demonstration Craverie Chocolatier Café Shops Plant a potted “Annual Garden” for Mom. Bring in $55 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity.
at Woodlake May 10 from 2 - 3 p.m. your child, and we will help them to create a living - May 15, Capital Brewery

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