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Three new teachers start at Boyceville schools this fall

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NEW BOYCEVILLE TEACHERS — Three new teachers and one new principal be on duty in Boyceville when school starts September 4. From left: Jackie Giedd (Boyceville Middle School special education); Megan Steinkraus (Boyceville High School and Boyceville Middle School art); Tyler Moy (Boyceville High School and Boyceville Middle School principal); Kacey Lane (Boyceville High School business education). —photo by LeAnn R. Ralph

By LeAnn R. Ralph

BOYCEVILLE  —  Three new teachers will be working in the Boyceville school district when school starts September 4.

In addition to three new teachers, the Boyceville school district also has hired Tyler Moy as the new principal for Boyceville High School and Boyceville Middle School.

The new teachers include Jackie Giedd (middle school special education teacher); Kacey Lane (high school business education); and Megan Steinkraus (middle school and high school art).

Giedd

Jackie Giedd will be serving as a special education teacher at Boyceville Middle School.

Giedd will be earning a Master of Science degree in Education with an emphasis on human resources training and development in December from UW-Stout.

She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in vocational rehabilitation and special education from UW-Stout in 2004.

Prior to accepting the position in Boyceville, Giedd served as the high school work experience coordinator and a case manager for special education at Rice Lake High School beginning in August of 2017.

From 2013 to 2017, she served as the middle school and high school transition coordinator at River Falls High School.

From September of 2012 to August of 2013, Giedd was the Project SEARCH instructor at CESA No. 10.

From 2004 to 2012, she served as the high school cognitive disabilities teacher at Algoma High School.

Lane

Kacey Lane will be the Boyceville High School business education teacher.

Lane is a 2005 graduate of Pepin High School and graduated from Viterbo University in 2010 with a double major in marketing and management emphasis on sports management.

Prior to accepting the position in Boyceville, Lane was a teacher and the athletic director at Pepin High School for six years.

“My husband and I moved to Eau Claire, and I was looking for a position a little closer but still wanted the rural and small school. I graduated from a small school and love small school opportunities and relationships. I am proud to be a Bulldog,” Lane said.

Steinkraus

Megan Steinkraus will be teaching art at Boyceville High School and Boyceville Middle School.

She graduated from Menomonie High School in 2004 and earned a degree in art from UW-River Falls in 2009.

In 2011, Steinkraus earned an art education degree from UW-Stout.

Steinkraus taught middle school and high school art in the Flambeau School District in Tony for two years, and she taught elementary art for four years in Menomonie for the Menomonie school district. 

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