New faculty spent August 22-26 in training and orientation in preparation for the start of the new school year. They were welcomed by Superintendent Stephen West and spent time with various district departments as well as in the buildings they will be teaching in. We welcome them and know that their fine skills & talents will add to the many great things
happening in the Winona Area Public Schools each and every day for each and every student.
Front Row: Vicki Meyer, Madison SPED; Mary Meyer, Madison 4th Grade; Leticia Bocanegra, Madison Kindergarten SLIP; Alison Ogren, Madison Grade 3; Miranda Klonecki, Washington-Kosciusko SPED; Holli Wright, Goodview Grade 1; Amy Krzewinski, Rollingstone SPED & Grade 2 teacher, Marie Thomes, WMS SPED
Middle Row: Kristin Rodgers, Madison DCD Sped; Sharina Kuhn, Madison 3rd Grade SLIP; Anna Deeg, Goodview 4th Grade; Rebecca Livingstone, District-wide Speech Language Pathologist
Back Row: Ryan Ormson, WSHS Math; Maeve Peterson, WSHS English; Dan Monett, WSHS Art; Brittany Amborn, Washington-Kosciusko SPED; Claire Baur, Goodview Kindergarten; Meghan Booth, WMS Science; Emily Lueck, WSHS English; Brad Ellings. Goodview & Rollingstone PE/DAPE; Nicholas Springer, WSHS Math.
Hope Lutheran Student
Hope Lutheran High School STUDENT OF THE WEEK is Senior Alexandra Ludford, daughter of Scott and Sue Ellen Ludford. She has one older sister and graduate of Hope LHS Maddison Harrison. Maddison is married to Josh Harrison, who was apart of the first graduating class at Hope LHS.
Alex is described as athletic, friendly, organized, helpful, and sarcastic.
Her favorite subject is World History.
Her role model is her Sister Maddison and her husband Josh.
Her favorite Bible verse is: Ephesians 2:8-9 “For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.”
Activities involved in: Volleyball, Basketball, Student Council, and Yearbook.
Her plans after high school are to go to college and major in psychology!
In her spare time she likes to play sports, be with friends, and take care of her niece.
Hope Lutheran Volleyball
Hope Lady Patriot Vollyball: Join us for Hope LHS volleyball matches. Home games are at Immanuel Silo. JV starts at 6pm and varsity to follow. Tuesday September 6 at RCLS vs Immanuel Mankato.
Hope Lutheran High School Lady Patriot Seniors lead the way!
Pictured Back Row: Emily Burfeind, Olivia KLug, Alex Ludford; front: Allison Lee and Darryle Stoltman
Winona State Athletics has introduced a new word mark logo to represent the 15 programs within the department. This logo will serve as an alternate logo when a horizontal graphic is needed or when teams would like the name of the institution to be prevalent on their apparel. The Warrior Head and Warrior Head Badge Logo will continue to serve as the primary and secondary logos for Winona State Athletics. The framework for the design was the graphic on the front of the NCAA Championship Basketball jerseys the Warriors wore during their historic run to two National Championships in 2006 and 2008. The new logo features the word “Winona” in larger text than the word “State”, just as it was on those jerseys.
Welter Memorial Scholarship
Two New Hope Students, Dalton Russeau and Maria Sandcork Receive Memorial Scholarship
The Tammy Lynn Welter Scholarship
“But seek first His kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well” Matthew 6:33
The Tammy Lynn Welter Scholarship is given in memory of an amazing young woman. Tammy was an 8th grader at St. Martin’s Lutheran School when the Good Lord took her home. She was walking her bike across Highway 61 when she was hit by a semi. She loved basketball and was an outstanding athlete. The family wishes to remember Tammy by awarding a deserving candidate this scholarship. Purpose: The purpose of The Tammy Lynn Welter Scholarship is to aid in financing the education of an 8th grade student that desires to attend
Hope Lutheran High School in Winona, Minnesota.
Award: The family of Tammy Lynn Welter will provide a $1,000 scholarship to
celebrate the life and the memory of Tammy.