At George D. Warriner Middle School staff, parents and student collaborate to design a personalized learning plan that best fits the individual student's needs. Depending on the preferences and needs of the student, any of the following schedules can be incorporated into the personalized learning plan:
Custom Tailored Scheduling Read more
Along with a personlized learning plan that is entirely unique to each student, Warriner Middle School offers families scheduling options that are unique as well. We work with you to arrange a schedule that will best allow for your child to be successful in his or her education!
Full Day Schedule Read more
Our full day schedule allows students to take part in an innovative and effective educational model in a more traditional classroom setting. Students will learn in a teacher-led atmosphere where small class sizes and differentiated instruction allow all students to reach their potential. Approximately 85% of our students take part in the full-day learning option that is very similar to a "traditional" school day. The Warriner Middle School difference is our belief that a small school environment that emphasizes collaboration and respect for all students allows students to master rigorous curriculum free of distraction.
Half Day Schedule Read more
Students attend for a half-day option, which allows for hands-on learning with peers, while online work and individualized reading can be done at home. Parents, student and advisor work as a team to create a schedule that will maximize student learning in a format that is comfortable for all.
Online Schedule Read more
Students taking part in the online schedule meet with their advisor on a weekly basis to ensure academic success. Students attend on an as-needed basis if extra help/guidance is required throughout the year. Our study area is always staffed by a highly qualified teacher, so help is always available during school hours!
George D. Warriner Schools Governing Board
The George D. Warriner Schools Governing Board is a leadership team that monitors the George D. Warriner Schools to ensure that school structure, organization and management result in a high achieving school. The board is composed of community members, parents, teachers and students. Their diverse backgrounds and skill sets create a culture of continuous positive change revolving around innovation, efficiency, and research-based best practices in education.
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The George D. Warriner Schools Governing Board works as a collective leadership body to ensure that both George D. Warriner Middle and High Schools are effective in the sustainment and implementation of a strategic plan that focuses on continuous positive change.
- Jill Thibodeau, President Bio
Mrs. Thibodeau is a Production Specialist and Literature Fulfillment at Kohler Company. Jill is a founding member of both George D. Warriner High and Middle Schools. Jill's background in education and the private sector allow for a full understanding of how to create and maintain innovative and effective schools.
- Pam Warriner, Vice-President Bio
Pam was the wife and close confidant of George Warriner for over 23 years. Education was one of their passions, and this school is one of their dreams. Pam is thankful to be able to continue working with the school as a parent and board member and is excited to see what the future holds.
- John Weber, Treasurer Bio
John Weber has sat on the GWHS Governing board since its inception in 2007. Having been a family friend of the late George Warriner and hearing first hand of his ideas about personalized learning, led him to desire working in some way to maintain the vision that George had set in motion. John is married to Brenda, and they have five chlidren. They had been homeschooling until the GWHS started. One son was part of the first class started at GWHS and has now graduated; a second son is a sophmore at GWHS, and their twin daughters will be freshman at GWHS at the start of the new school year. John has worked for the Kohler Co. for over 15 years, the last 4 years as a Supervisor in the Hospitality Division.
- Vicki Menuge, Secretary Bio
Vicki Menuge is a Sheboygan resident with two teen-aged sons, one of whom graduated with honors from Warriner in 2010. She is an adjunct professor of environmental science at Concordia University-Wisconsin, chairs the Patient Advisory Committee at the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic, teaches yoga and Tai Chi, and has worked as an educator at all levels, from elementary to university level, as well as home schooling.
- Tim Kong, Member Bio
Tim Kong joined George D. Warriner High School as a social studies/ELL advisor in the 2011-2012 school year. Tim has related degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Lakeland College. Tim's ability to motivate and engage students is essential to the success of Warriner Schools.
- Jody Bruflat, Member Bio
Jody Bruflat currently is serving as an Academic Advisor to George Warriner High School students moving to the job of lead teacher for the George Warriner Middle School. She holds a bachelor's degree in History and Social Studies from Marian University and just recently completed her masterís degree in Curriculum and Instruction from National Louis University. It is her belief that small class size, personalized attention, and project based learning are the keys to creating successful students.
- Brad Wessel, Member Bio
Brad's bio coming soon!
- Rebecca Thurman, Member Bio
Rebecca Thurman is a Sheboygan native. Mother of five, grandmother of one, she has worked in both public and private libraries and has taught all grade levels from preschool through highschool in private schools as well as homeschooling. Her passion for serving the community has kept her active with various educational commitees, leadership with the boyscouts and volunteering with her church and other organizations. She is looking forward to participating as a representative for the Warriner Middle Shool board of education.
- Charity Salchert, Member Bio
Charity is a junior at George D. Warrine High School. Chartiy participates in Youth Options, National Honor Society, Youth-Tutoring-Youth, and many other activities benefiting Warriner Schools. She is a leader among her peers, and excellent representative of Warriner High School.
- Carol Sherman Haid, Member Bio
Carol's bio coming soon!
George D. Warriner Middle School Staff
Jake Konrath is the administrator of the George D. Warriner Schools. Mr. Konrath holds a bachelor of science degree in Business and Information Technoloogy Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and a master's degree in Educational Administration from Concordia University. Mr Konrath is a strong proponent of student-based learning and promoting a culture that demands continuous positive change. He can be reached by phone (920.459.3520) or e-mail (email@example.com).
Jody Bruflat is the Lead Advisor of George D. Warriner Middle School. Mrs. Bruflat holds a bachelor of science degree in History and Social Studies Education from Marian University and a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from National Lewis University. Mrs. Bruflat strives to create a classroom in which differentiated instruction is used to ensure all students are approached as individuals. She can be reached by phone (920.459.0945) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mrs. Rhodes is an advisor at George D. Warriner Middle School. She brings a science focus to Warriner Middle School that allows students to participate in a number of lab-based hands-on learning experiences while mastering the core knowledge related to middle school science. She can be reached by phone (920.459.0945) or e-mail (email@example.com).