By LeAnn R. Ralph
ELK MOUND — Teachers and staff from the Colfax, Elk Mound and Boyceville school districts attended an in-service at Elk Mound High School August 29.
Here are profiles of the new staff at Boyceville.
Diana Robinson is the middle school Reading and English teacher in the Boyceville School District.
She graduated from Butternut High School in 1996 and from Northland College in 2000 with a degree in Elementary Education.
Robinson taught at Our Lady of the Lake in Ashland and in the Drummond Area School District before coming to Boyceville.
“My husband recently took a position with the men’s basketball team at UW-Stout, and we were looking to move to this area,” Robinson said.
Corrie Roemhild is teaching first grade at Tiffany Creek Elementary.
She is a 1994 graduate of Clayton High School and graduated from UW-Eau Claire in 1998 with an undergraduate degree and from UW-River Falls in 2003 with a master’s degree. Her undergraduate degree was in Kinesology with Corporate Management and her graduate degree was in elementary and middle school education.
Roemhild taught in Clear Lake before coming to Boyceville.
“I have lived in Boyceville for 11 years. My husband teaches (at Boyceville) and my kids attend school here. It is a great school district and community,” Roemhild said.
Ben Simmerman will be teaching first grade through third grade music, sixth grade music and grades 7 – 12 choir in the Boyceville school district.
He graduated from D.C. Everest High School in 2004 and from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2008 with a degree in Vocal Music Education.
He taught at Coleman and Medford before coming to Boyceville.
“I like teaching in a small-town setting,” Simmerman said.