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School Board President Marlene Yang leaves
district in a position of strength, paves way
for the future

By Quynh Trueblood,
Superintendent of Schools
Marlene Yang concludes her
final term on the Kohler School
Board in April. Ms. Yang served
a total of 6 years, 4 years as President. Presiding over her final
meeting on March 14, President
Yang thanked the community for
putting its trust in her and nodded to past board members with
whom she served alongside: Dr.
Jane Bishop, Laura Kohler, John
Suralik, Diane Kelly, Matt Kautzer, and Nancy Case.
Christina Koberstein, Vice President, recognized Ms. Yang for
her years of service and presented a plaque to stand proudly on
Ebben Field alongside the plagues
of long standing board members
Laura Kohler, John Suralik and
Diane Kelly, the original designers of the current strategic plan
and each instrumental in the success of the Ebben Field Phase II

project. Ms. Koberstein remarked,
“Marlene’s wisdom, foresight,
and dedication has steered the
district through many changes in
education over the past six years,”
and that Ms. Yang’s leadership
places the new board in a strong
Ms. Yang’s leadership laid
building blocks on which the future of the district rests. These
building blocks include setting
the vision of the five-year strategic plan, navigating through the
impact of ACT 10, onboarding
and retaining a superintendent and
principal, achieving National Blue
Ribbon recognition, directing the
board’s energies through the continued dynamic political environment and new school laws, maintaining fiscal health through state
budget reductions, supporting
the Ebben Field Phase II project,
completing the first professional
handbooks, implementing a best-

Marlene Yang and the Faculty and Staff of Kohler Schools.

in-class teacher compensation
structure, and leading the structural reorganization of administrators to support quality teaching.
Ms. Yang wished the new board
success and offered her continued
support along with an experienced
point of view, “When board members with differing viewpoints, experiences, and opinions are able to
work together, the synergies that
are created can be unbelievably
effective in setting the strategic
direction of the school district.”
In a final address to the school
faculty and staff on March 16,
Ms. Yang confirmed that the district has met the challenges of the
past six years head on and with a
good amount of success. Calling
attention to meeting a challenge,
Ms. Yang noted, “My challenge
to each of you at the beginning of
the year was – to reach and engage
these types of students – not just
the best and brightest or loudest –

they are the relatively easy ones,
but to reach and engage these “invisible” students. Several of you
have come to me, and told me
how that story has inspired you. I
am deeply and personally grateful
for that. If any group of educators
has the power to succeed here, I
believe you do.”
In a closing remark to Ms. Yang,
Superintendent Quynh Trueblood
shared, “Together we have accomplished important work. You
have been the most visible and
present President. You leave us
with a legacy of a Blue Ribbon
School District. Thank you for always leading in the best interest of
students, staff and community.”
The district and community are
grateful for Ms. Yang’s outstanding service to Kohler Schools and
for the benefit from her continued
active support of our schools.

– Submitted photo

Marlene Yang recognized for her years of
service on the School Board by Christina
Koberstein. – Submitted photo

Yard waste pickup
has begun, road
work commencing
this month
By Brett Edgerle, DPW Director
On April 5, April 12 and April
19 residents may put out as much
yard waste as they want, provided it is in solid containers. Starting April 26, only yard waste in
the cart with the green lid will
be picked up. No plastic bags are
allowed in the yard waste carts
or solid containers. Dates with
unlimited pickup are subject to
change depending on the weather.
Please check the Village website for changes.
Do Not rake leaves and debris
into the street. Curbside leaf collection is in the fall only.
Large brush and tree branches
must be neatly piled in four-foot
lengths. The maximum diameter
is six inches. No brush with thorns
will be picked up. Thorny material must be cut up and put in the
cart with the green lid. Brush not
complying will be tagged and not
picked up.
Continued on page 3




School Board and Village Board candidate statements
The March 1st issue of The Kohler Villager invited candidates for the Village and School Boards to submit a
statement of candidacy:

Kohler Village Board candidate for
re-election April 15, 2015 – Susan Jaberg
Former Kohler Elementary & Middle School principal, Sue, along with her
husband Steve, has been
a Kohler Village resident
for over 20 years. Sue has
an undergraduate degree
from the University of Wisconsin
– Stout, in education and a joint
masters degree in Educational
Leadership and in Principalship
from Cardinal Stritch University.
Sue has been active in Kohler
serving on several village committees including: Finance Committee; Property Committee; Recreation Department Committee;
and the Emergency Response
Committee. Other community
involvements include: serving on
Junior Achievement; Maywood
Park; ‘Sheboygan Reads’ Plan-

ning Committee; Kohler
School District Strategic
Planning Committee; Sheboygan County School-toWork Planning Committee; Big Brother Big Sister;
2015 PGA Championship
volunteer; and has past president
of the Kohler Kiwanis Club. Sue
currently works part-time at the
Kohler Public library and at the
“With Child” shop at the Shops of
Sue has has had 6 years of experience serving on the Kohler
Village Board. She has served
twice as an appointee to the board
and has twice been elected to the

future options and opportunities
for growth for the village! We
need to be able to sustain the high
quality of life enjoyed by villagers. Keeping taxes in check will be
a challenge we’ll need to address
and it is my desire to find amicable solutions without undue pressure. A formula for future property tax assessments will need to be
carefully considered. Additional
input into these matters, from village residents, is important to me
and to be encouraged. We will
also need to continue to work with
our police department, fire department, and others to assure a safe
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Basketball honors announced for high school players
By Kevin Struck
The Big East Conference coaches recently announced the 14-team league’s all-conference honors for the boys and girls 20152016 basketball season.
Sophomore Ben Maki earned Honorable
Mention for the boys. Statistical leaders

included Charlie Kelly, who dished out 88
assists during the season, the third most in
the league, and Sean Farrell, who grabbed
147 rebounds to finish eighth in the league
in that category.
Kohler senior Lauren Kelm merited
Honorable Mention for the girls. Kelm was

second in the conference in 3-point field
goal percentage, knocking down 37.3% of
her shots (25 of 67) from long range. Other
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Yard waste, road work, continued from page 1
Road work to begin in April
Starting in April, road and sewer work will commence in the Village of Kohler. The road work will
consist of new full depth asphalt
in East Park Lane, South Road,
Grafton Court, Market Street,
Church Street (south of School

Street), Sunset Road and Hawthorn Lane. The road work will
also replace some curbing, driveway approaches, and sidewalks.
The sewer work will reline sections of storm and sanitary sewers.
Expect some disruptions to your
normal routines, and please drive

courteously and safely. The work
is expected to take 2½ months,
weather depending. Please contact
the Department of Public Works at
459-3881 for more details. Thank
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Kohler doctor dancing for
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Dr. Carolyn Baxter, a psychiatrist at Prevea Healthcare and a
resident of Kohler will be competing in this year’s Movers &
Shakers Gala on May 14, 2016.
She and her partner, Jay Morth,
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Consider attending and casting a vote for Carolyn during her
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Kohler Village Hall on Saturday,
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Child Development Day
April 12, 2016


All resident children who will be at least 3 years old
on April 12, 2016.

Friday, December
16 by Kohler Athletics

What: The development of all early childhood children living in the Kohler School District will be screened
through parent report, direct assessment, and observation. Parents will also be able to register for
the 2016/2017 4K Program (must be at least 4 years
old on 9/1/16 to register).

Screening helps identify if a child is developing appropriately cognitively, physically and emotionally.
During screening, children will work with a professional in a play-based format to assess their development. School professionals will also be available
to answer questions parents may have about their
child‛s development and/or the 4K program. In addition, information about a variety of community resources will be available.

When: April 12, 2016. If you are unable to attend and have
concerns about your child‛s development, please contact Cindy Payne, Director of Pupil Services @ 920
Where: Kohler School District Village Gym-333 Upper Road,
Kohler, WI

Parents should call Theresa Theune
@ 920 803-7283 to schedule an individual
screening time by April 8, 2016.

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Day includes: 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch and two beverage tickets

Pick up forms at Kohler School or Village Hall
Registration Deadline: June 14th
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Junior Achievement/Acuity Business Challenge
By Jodi Grossen
Congratulations to Josh Konecke, Lucas
Wesemann, and Jacob Geldrich for placing first at the JA Acuity Business Challenge March 5. The team of Jenny Rutten
and Jamie Pagelow placed second. Both
teams will move on to the State Business
Challenge in April. Frannie Hillstrom,
Hannah Coppersmith, and Amanda Egbert
placed third. A clean sweep for Kohler
High School!! In this challenge, the teams
become the CEOs of their own companies
and try to outperform the competition in a
simulated business strategy tournament.

Also, congratulations to all the other
Kohler students who participated: Quinn
Daane, Ian Ruminski, Kaleigh Roeder, Khloe Rustan, Madeleine Hoell, Lauren Perzewski, Maggie Kelly, Sarah Cassidy, Grace
Pellegrino, Emily Guesneau, Donna Sakar,
Anna Mesalles, Abby Cieszynski, Catherine Lee, Lorigan Puls, Tiffany Xiong, Sean
Farrell, Ben Maki, Dominic Michmerhuizen, Michael Stock, Anthony Krier, Charles
Keller, Jack Pagelow, Ashton Elmendorf,
Ryah Gutschow, Carly Ann Camione, Lauren Kelm, Allie Bryce, Ben Yurk, Hannah
Coulson, Michaell Kral, Sam Pfrang, Hunt

er Lewinski, Hank Biznek, Larissa Paseta,
Amanda Meyer, Emily Balint, John Balint,
Charlie Twohig, Alissa Griswold, Sam
Wenberg, Grace Madigan, Jenna Ladwig,
Chloi Ducharme, Jesse Daane, Megan Renzelmann, Rachel Safford, Serenity Schaffer,
Luan Ameti, Lucas Knuth, Brendan Pellegrino
Kohler had 59 of the 100 students at the
challenge. What a great showing.

Procedures for school
closings due to
inclement weather

We ask parents to discuss this issue
with their child now – before the actual
emergency occurs. If you are generally
not home during the day, be sure your
child knows where he/she is to go if
school closes early. Will he/she go home
with a classmate, an older sibling, or a
relative? Have you made prior arrangements with this individual to be on “stand
by” for these occasions? Please make
your arrangements in advance and make
sure your child is fully aware of what to
do in case school closes early.
Any decision to close school for all
or any portion of a school day will be
made as early as possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make
alternate child care plans. All closing
announcements or early dismissals will
be made on the Kohler School web site and the following area radio/television stations:
WHBL (1330 AM),
96.1 FM),
WSTM (91.3 FM)
WLKN Lake (98.1 FM)
WTMJ (620 AM) & WKTI
(94.5 FM)

– Submitted photos


Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order
at 7:12 p.m. in the Kohler Public Library.
Chad Hamilton called roll. The following
board members were present: Marlene
Yang, Chad Hamilton, Christina Koberstein
and Pete Schueller.
Statement of Public Notice
February 19, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda.
Pete seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Orders of the Day
Chad moved to suspend the Orders of the
Day and move the Recognition of Diane
Kelly and the Certificates of Honor items
on the agenda before the President’s
Report. Pete seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Presentation to Diane Kelly for years of
service to the Kohler School District
Marlene presented a plaque to honor
Diane Kelly for her six years of service to
the Kohler School District. The plaque will
be place on the Ebben Field concession
stand wall.
Certificates of Honor
The following middle school students
received certificates of honor: Erik
Batkiewicz, Bridgett Bullard, Zach Coulis,
Sophia DePagter, Fiona Hidri, Shelby
Horth, Lucas Kral, Molly Melowski, Lily
Montes, Erik Reinthaler, Nichole Roatch,
Katelyn Roblee, Tyler Roeder, Kelsey
Sbrocco, Marcella Senti, Natalie Udovich
and Catherine Zhang.
The following high school students
received certifcates of honor: Caleb Adams, Noah Becker, Allison Boerner, Beth
Boland, Evie Brohn, Archie Brohn, Sarah
Cassidy, Emily Cieszynski, Jim Conklin,
Hanna Coulson, Amanda Egbert, Sean
Farrell, Alyssa Frey, Kara Friske, Amelia
Grose, Remy Havens, Emma Herold,
Kellie Hoekstra, Zach Hoell, Jacob Holmer,
Max Holmes, Samson Hou-seye, Brooke
Humphrey, Michael Janssen, Dennis Kanz,
Joe Kay, Lauren Kelm, Lucas Knuth, Sam
Kohler, Andrew Kraus, Jenna Ladwig,
Laura Lee, Catherine Lee, Anna Mesalles,
Dominic Michmerhuizen, Clara Montes,
Makayla Neese, Hannah Neist, Grace
Nugent, Kate O’Leary, George Palof, Grace
Pellegrino, Lorrigan Puls, Amanda
Renzelmann, Khloe Rustan, Jenny Rutten,
Sarah Sobecki, Brady Stefanczyk, Molly
Thomack, Ashley Thyes, Grace Unger,
Cameron Uselding, John Vallo, Emily Vallo,
Katherine Vicente, Doug Wake, Maddie
Wandschneider, Nathan Waniorek, Tilydia
Xiong, Cindy Zheng, and Cecelia Zielke.
Board President’s Report
(Marlene Yang)
• Applications for the board vacancy
should be submitted to Paula Anderson
by February 29.
• The committee of the whole and the regular board meeting will be on March 14
Superintendent’s Report
(Quynh Trueblood)
I am proud to announce Kohler Elementary School has earned the 2015-16
Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition
Award for High Achievement from the
Department of Public Instruction. This
recognition means the faculty, staff, and
families of Kohler Elementary School
are closing the achievement gap for
students. Together, we are changing the
course of children’s lives by helping them
be good readers and math thinkers.
Three years ago, the district with
financial support from the Kohler School
Foundation, put in place three systemic
pieces and is getting a good return on our


Board of Education Regular Meeting February 22, 2016

1. Reading/Math Interventionist Position
(Beth Lambie then Laurel Turner)
2. Multilevel System of Supports for
Academics (RtI) and Behaviors (PBISBomber Pride) under the skillful direction
of Dr. Cindy Payne
3. Evidenced based resources purchased
by the Kohler School Foundation (19k)
Dr. Cindy Payne and Laurel Turner will
attend the recognition ceremony on March
14 at the State Capital.
I am proud of our work and especially of
the children and their families who are
thriving from hard work and support.
Kohler Schools is preparing students
college and career.
The Sheboygan County workforce development efforts continue. The Sheboygan
Economic Development Corporation in
partnership with the Sheboygan Chamber
of Commerce have launched a branding
campaign for the county, titled “Someplace Better,” to address the current
reality that while Sheboygan County’s
job market is the fastest growing the
state, employers can not find workers
to presently fill 1,600 jobs. At the
latest Chamber Friday Forum, Governor
Walker applauded the county’s efforts and
representatives of the county’s largest
employers, Kohler Co, Sargento, Acuity,
and Aurora, stated they are looking for
workers. Someplace Better is the name
of the website containing key selling
points, including schools, for prospective
workers to choose Sheboygan County as a
place to live, work, and community build.
Elementary Principal’s Report
(Lisa Greene)
The Elementary teachers remain hard
at work. The weather has been pretty
good, so the children have been able to
get outside on a fairly regular basis. We
follow DPI suggested guidelines of 0℉ If
either the actual temperature or wind
chill is below 0℉, the children will stay
indoors. We monitor the weather for
temperature and precipitation throughout
the day.
The Elementary Students have earned
over $14,000 worth of Bomber
Bucks. Students can use their Bomber
Bucks to purchase items at the PBIS store
called The Hangar. We have designed
our PBIS reward system to align with the
elementary Personal Finance Literacy
When we hit a benchmark, students earn
a school wide celebration.
We previously had a game day and this
week we will have our 2nd schoolwide
For being extra good, the students will
receive a week of “Extras” for our PBIS
Today, students received an extra piece
of gum.
On Tuesday, the students will be able to
wear an extra piece of clothing- they can
wear a hat for hat day.
On Wednesday, they will receive an extra
snack- popcorn.
On Thursday, they can be extra comfy
with a pajama day.
And on Friday, they will receive an extra
recess. They were really excited about
this one and I hope the weather is nice so
it is extra fun for them!
ACT for 11th graders is coming up March
1 and 2.
Forward Exam for Grades 3-8 (and grade
10 for Social Studies) is March 28-May
PALS for 4K-2 is April 25-May 20

ACT Aspire for grades 9-10 is April 25 May 27
These are all required test and we must
complete them during the designated
AP testing May 2-13
MS-HS Principal Report
(Timothy Brown)
Kohler Public Schools Strategic Plan
As part of our last phase of the 2012-16
Kohler Public Schools Strategic Plan, we
are reflecting on best practices surrounding homework to help our students inspire, engage and achieve.. The Strategic
Action Plan specifically detailed to A) Reinforce the Student-Life Balance Initiative
by establishing a common purpose for
homework to deepen understanding. B)
Study current best practices in homework
on professional development days, and C)
Implement and document a school-wide
homework philosophy at the High School.
Our staff is committed to reviewing policy
and improving our delivery of services.
The first step toward reviewing our
philosophy on homework was done at our
February 10th All-Staff meeting where we
reviewed our Strategic Action Plan, discussed peer-reviewed research, as well
as incorporated data from the Community
Survey Results to set the framework for
our discussion. At our February 10th
meeting, each teacher at the Elementary,
Middle, and High School went through an
exercise to identify their top 3 purposes
as well as their top benefits of homework. We then disaggregated that data
to each school where they began to use
data to determine a general philosophy
of homework, and how we can marry the
purposes and benefits together.
Most recently we used a large chunk of
our Professional Development morning to
have a larger discussion around creating
a collective foundation of what homework
looks like at each school. We are using
best practice research to to close the gap
between our current practice to create
future best practices that align with our
shared philosophy.
While we are not there yet, we are
on schedule to hone in on a shared
philosophy and best practices we can
all agree to, one that we support, and
can document to help all students in our
learning community become inspired,
engaged and achieve.
The Kohler School District is also
committed to find and retain the highest
quality staff and to continue the work of
the School-Life Balance Initiative. The
defining piece of this initiative is in the
creation of a search committee to replace
our outgoing Activities Director. At this
point we have identified the mechanics of
this search in terms of timeline, interview
team, the vetting of the highly qualified
candidates and the interview dates.
However, beyond the mechanics, we
are searching for someone to help grow
our school culture around athletics and
activities. We are looking for someone
who understands the unique attributes of
the Village of Kohler, has a global vision
of the student-athlete, someone who
is visible and accessible to the public.
Someone who is positive yet firm, someone who has a high level view of an entire
k-12 athletic programming. Someone
who is knowledgeable of development
of appropriate skills at the appropriate
levels. Someone who knows that the
definition of success is not just in the
Wins and Losses column. There are many
attributes to this position that I could go
on, but I am of the opinion that this is a
high leverage position, one who we want
to truly find the correct fit for our system.

I believe we have a good team assembled
and will make every effort to find the best
Special Education program presentation and strategic priorities by Cindy
Payne, Director of Pupil Services and
Special Education
Review of District Finances
Matt Kautzer reported the 2015-2016
budget is on-track this year.
Consent Agenda
Approval of January 25, 2016 Board
Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
• Recommendation to change service
provider/common remitter for 403(b)
plan from VOYA to WEA Trust Advantage
• Recommendation to change insurance
broker/agent of record from National Insurance Services to Associated Financial
Reports of the Committee of the Whole-January 25, 2016
• Communications
committee members introduced themselves.
• Filling a board vacancy—Discussion
was held.
• Recommendation to the full board to
approve the conceptual chemistry course
for the high school.
• Recommendation to the full board to
approve the engineering design course
for the middle school.
February 8, 2016
• Continuing discussion of short term and
long term plans to address the community survey results
Reports of the ad hoc Policy Committee—
• Recommendation to move Policy
6108--Authorization to make electronic fund transfers (new) and Policy
6424--Purchasing Cards (new) to the
finance committee
• Recommendation to move NEOLA Vol
24 No 2 May update and Special August
Update 2015 to the full board for approval and to waive the second reading
Chad moved to approve the consent
agenda. Pete seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Discuss and approve the Kohler Choir/
Band trip proposal
Christina moved to approve the Kohler
Choir/Band trip proposal to New York
City. Chad seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Accept the retirement letter from Lori
Hucke, MS-HS choir teacher
Pete moved to accept the retirement letter
from Lori Hucke. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the Neola policies as recommended by the ad hoc policy committee and waive the second reading
Chad moved to approve the Neola policy
updates for the following policies and
waive the second reading:
Volume 24 Number 2 Update May
Policy 0100--Definitions (Revised)
Policy 0140--Membership (revised)
Policy 0170--Bylaws (Technical Change)
Policy 1213--Student Supervision &
Policy 1241--Non-Employment of the
District Administrator (revised)
Policy 1260--Incapacity of District Administrator (Technical Change)
Policy 1630.01--Family & Medical Leave
of Absence (revised)
Policy 2260.01--Section 504/ADA

Policy 2261--Title I Services (revised)
Policy 2421--Career & Technical Education Program (Technical Change)
Policy 2440--Summer or Interim Session
School (Delete)
Policy 3120.08--Employment of Personnel
for co-curricular/extra-curricular activities (revised)
Policy 3120.09--Volunteers (Delete)
Policy 3121----Criminal history record
check (revised)
Policy 3230----Conflict of Interest (new)
Policy 3281--Personal Property of Staff
Members (new)
Policy 3430.01----FMLA (revised)
Policy 2423--School to Work (delete)
Policy 3431--Employee Leaves (revised)
Policy 4120.09--Volunteers (Delete)
Policy 4121--Criminal History Record
Check (revised)
Policy 4124--Letter of Reasonable Assurance (replacement)
Policy 4230--Conflict of Interest (New)
Policy 4281--Personal Property of Staff
Members (New)
Policy 4430.01--FMLA (revised)
Policy 4431--Employee Leaves (revised)
Policy 5114--NonImmigrant Students and
Visitor Programs (revised)
Policy 5540--The Schools and Governmental Agencies (revised)
Policy 5605--Suspension/Expulsion of
Students with Disabilities (Technical
Policy 5630.01--Use of Restraint and
Seclusion with Students (revised)
Policy 5730--Equal Access for nondistrict-sponsored student clubs and
activities (revised)
Policy 5751--School Age Parents and
Married Status of students (revised)
Policy 8120--Volunteers (new)
Policy 8330--Student Records (revised)
Policy 8390--Animals on district property
Policy 8410--School Safety & Crisis
Intervention (revised)
Policy 8431--Preparedness for Toxic
Hazards (revised)
Policy 8600--Transportation (revised)
Special Update August 2015
Policy 2370--Educational Options
Policy 2605--Program Accountability and
Policy 9270--Home-Based, Private, or
Tribal Schooling (revised)
Christina seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Motion to enter into contract negotiations with the superintendent
Christina moved to enter into contract
negotiations with the superintendent. Pete
seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
Adjourn to closed session to consider
employment, contracts and performance-related information for employees over which the school board has
jurisdiction or exercises responsibility
pursuant to Wis. Stats. 19.85 (1) (c).
Pete moved to enter into closed session.
Christina seconded the motion. A roll
call vote was taken: Pete-aye, Chad-aye,
Christina-aye, Marlene-aye. The meeting
entered into closed session at 8:25 pm.
Pete moved to enter into open session.
Christina seconded the motion. All ayes.
Chad moved to adjourn the meeting.
Pete seconded the motion. The meeting
adjourned at 9:37 pm.





On Sunday, May 1, 2016, the Kohler Volunteer Fire
Department is having its annual brat fry at the Fire
Station from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. Here’s a chance to
enjoy some great food and refreshments, and at the
same time show your appreciation to the firefighters who give
so much time and effort, and risk their own lives to make our
community safer. Proceeds from the fry are used to purchase
special fire/rescue equipment, subsidize a portion of our business
and social expenses, support various community youth programs, local area Fire/Rescue projects, and fund a scholarship
in Police/Fire Sciences.
Advance sale tickets are available from all members of the
Fire Department, and we will be selling door-to-door throughout the Village in the weeks preceding the fry for your convenience. The ticket packs cost $5, and are worth $5 in trade
at the fry, and also give you a chance at our nice selection of
Thank you for your support! See you on Sunday, May 1,

Village Meetings Scheduled for April

Property Committee
4:30 pm
Finance Committee
5:00 pm
Library Board (at Library) 12:30 pm
4/11 Village Board
5:30 pm
4/28 Planning Commission
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
Presidential Preference & Spring Election
The Presidential Preference & Spring Election will be held
Tuesday, April 5. The polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive,
and will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Voters are required to show a photo ID to vote. You must have lived in the
Village of Kohler for 28 days to vote in the Village of Kohler.
Do you have the right photo ID?
These are acceptable for voting purposes and can be unexpired
or expired after the date of the most recent general election:
• Wisconsin DOT-issued driver license
• Wisconsin DOT-issued identification card
• Military ID card
• U.S. passport
These photo IDS are also acceptable for voting purposes but
must be unexpired:
• Certificate of naturalization issued within the last two years
• Unexpired Wisconsin driver license or identification card
• Photo ID issued by a Wisconsin accredited university or
college containing date of issuance, student signature and
expiration date no later than two years after date of issuance, along with a separate document proving enrollment.
The Partisan Primary is August 9 and the General Election is
November 8. For more information about voter registration,
absentee voting, acceptable forms of proof of identification
or upcoming elections, contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at


Drug Take Back Initiative
On April 30, 2016, the State of Wisconsin is holding a Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative being held throughout
Wisconsin. The green drug box in the department’s lobby is
open for drop offs every day. The goal is to provide a safe,
convenient, and responsible means of disposal of prescription
medications. Unused prescription medications in homes create a public health and safety concern, because they can be
accidentally ingested, stolen, misused, and abused. Unused
or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down
the drain. Removing potentially dangerous pharmaceutical
substances from our state’s medicine cabinets helps to prevent them from going into our water supply. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace
amounts of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes
around the world.
Greenfield Drive Crosswalk
Be aware of the new crosswalk on Greenfield Drive and the
potential that with the warmer weather students may be using
it to and from school. All crosswalks require that the driver
yield to the pedestrian in the crosswalk. This crosswalk will
alert the driver to their presence when activated by the pedestrian. Parents should advise their children to use this crosswalk
instead of the crosswalk by Church Street. This area has fewer
lanes to cross and has the added safety of the flashing lights.

Yard Waste
Yard waste pickup began Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016.

On March 22nd, March 29th, April 5th, April 12th and April 19th
residents may put out as much yard waste as they want, provided it is in solid containers. Starting April 26th, only yard
waste in the cart with the green lid will be picked up. No plastic bags are allowed in the yard waste carts or solid containers.
Dates with unlimited pickup are subject to change depending
on the weather. Please check the Village website for changes.

Recreation Website, Contact
Brad Hoffman at 920-254-7488 with questions.

Do Not rake leaves and debris into the street. Curbside leaf
collection is in the fall only.


Brush pickup (tree branches) also started on Tuesday, March
22nd. Brush must be neatly piled in four-foot lengths. The
maximum diameter is six inches. No brush with thorns will be
picked up. Thorny material must be cut up and put in the cart
with the green lid. Brush not complying will be tagged and
not picked up.
Road Work
Starting in April, road and sewer work will commence in the
Village of Kohler. The road work will consist of new full
depth asphalt on East Park Lane, South Road, Grafton Court,
Market Street, Church Street (south of School Street), Sunset
Road and Hawthorn Lane. The road work will also replace
some curbing, driveway approaches, and sidewalks. The
sewer work will reline sections of storm and sanitary sewers.
Expect some disruptions to your normal routines, and please
drive courteously and safely. The work is expected to take 2
½- months, weather depending. Please contact the Department of Public Works at 459-3881 for more details. Thank
you for your cooperation.


Kohler Pool News
The Kohler Pool will be opening for the Spring April 16th.
Spring hours for open swim are: Tuesdays and Thursdays
6:00-7:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 1:30-4:00 p.m. Kohler
Residents are free. Non-Residents are charged $1 if you are
with a resident. If you are not with a resident the cost is $3.
Water In Motion
Water in Motion class will be held beginning Monday, April
18, from 7:00-8:00 a.m. on Monday/Wednesday/Friday. There
is no pre-registration for this class. The cost is $1 per class
for Residents and $3 for non-residents. There are punch cards
available, 12 classes for $10/residents, or $34 for non-residents.
Lap Swimming
Lap swimming is available Monday-Thursday from 8:00-9:00
a.m. starting Monday, April 18.
Swim Lessons
Swim lessons begin June 20-30. Registration opens April 4.
Classes are scheduled Monday – Thursday at 9:00 a.m. and
10:00 a.m.


Summer Program Registration
Registration for Summer Recreation Programs will begin on
April 4, 2016.
Back again this year are a variety of camps for children entering grades JK-8. For more information on the camps or to
register please visit our website:
Our week long activity camps include:
June 27-July 1 - Adventure Camp
July 11-15 - Playground Fun
July 18-22 - Princess Camp
July 25-29 - Boys Junior Adventure Camp
July 25-29 – KLC Youth Football Camp
T- ball, Bantam Baseball (for boys currently in 1st and 2nd
grade), and all girls Softball registration will also open on
April 4, 2016. Softball registrations are through the Kohler
Recreation Department. We will then assemble teams to play
in the Sheboygan Recreation League.

British Soccer Camp
Sign up today for Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp.
Camp is June 13-17 at Lost Woods Park in Kohler. Registration includes a free ball and t-shirt. Sessions available for ages
3-14. Register online at
The Village Board approved the following items during their
February 11 meeting:
• Resolution 2016-2, Adopting Updated Emergency Operations Plan
• Operator’s licenses as requested.
• Temporary Class B beer & wine license for Kohler Police
Athletic League on February 21, 2016.
• Add Kohler Golf Academy premise to Kohler Co. Class B
beer and liquor license.
• Class A beer license for TA Operating LLC.
• Purchase 2016 Ford Utility Police Interceptor from Ewald
for $19,903 with trade-in of 2013 Ford Utility Police Interceptor for $10,000.
• December 2015 Revenue & Expense reports, bank reconciliation and journal entries.
• Specht Electric and Communications to install a heater in
the Police Department foyer.
• David Tenor Corp. pay request for $77,965.37 for West I
sewer repair.
• Deny four claims filed by Kohler Co. for excessive 2015
assessments against the Village for American Club and Carriage House, Blackwolf Run, Riverbend and Inn on Woodlake.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection
(Fees Required)
Sheboygan County has established four collection sites for
disposing of hazardous wastes. The majority of the program
is funded with County tax dollars; be prepared to show proof
of residency. When those funds are depleted, the sites will be
closed until funds are again available.
• Friday, May 20, 1-4:30 p.m. at Sheboygan Cty Hwy
Dept-Southside Shed, 7614 Frontage Rd, Sheboygan
• Saturday, May 21, 8-11 a.m. at Sheboygan Cty Hwy
Dept-Cascade Shed, W6451 St Hwy 28, Cascade
• Saturday, April 2, 8-11 a.m. at Maywood Environmental
Park, 3615 Mueller Rd, Sheboygan
• Saturday, September 17, 8-11 a.m. at Sheboygan Cty Hwy
Dept-Plymouth Shed, N6111 Cty Rd OJ, Plymouth
The county encourages citizens to bring their hazardous
wastes to the May 20 and 21 collection events as much as
possible because the grant money received helps pay for
these collection events.
Due to an unexpected, very steep increase in the cost of accepting electronics at our events, fees have changed.
• $10 – vehicles with only hazardous waste.
• $25 – vehicles with only electronics.
• $25 – vehicles with both hazardous waste and electronics.
What kind of materials will be accepted at the events?
Flammable liquids, Fluorescent bulbs (household quantities),
Cleaners, Oil-based paints, Household batteries, Aerosols,
Solvents, Acids and bases, Poisons, Varnishes, Reactives
(pool chemicals), Antifreeze, Thinners, Pesticides and herbicides, Old gasoline, Most electronics (for detailed list go to and navigate to the Planning &
Conservation Department website)
Are there materials that WILL NOT be accepted? YES! LATEX PAINT, waste oil, radioactive materials, explosives,
medical wastes, waste medications, pressurized cylinders,
large appliances, and tires will not be accepted.

Recreation Youth Tennis
Midwest Youth Tennis is a solid introduction to tennis with
equipment designed just for kids. All participants receive a
team t-shirt, appropriately sized racquet and a USTA membership.
Session 1: June 13-23
Session 2: July 11-21
Session 3: July 25-August 4
Visit the Recreation Website for more details and to register, Discount for early registration!
Contact Brad Hoffman at 920-254-7488 with questions.

What can I do with the unacceptable materials?
• Waste Oil is recycled at many sites in conjunction with
community recycling programs.
• Latex (Water Based) Paint is not “hazardous.” It can be
disposed of with regular garbage once dried. Simply
remove the cover to let it dry up, or pour it out in a container and add kitty litter to help it dry.
• Waste Pharmaceuticals can be recycled in the lobbies of the
Sheboygan, Kohler, Sheboygan Falls, Plymouth, and
Elkhart Lake Police Departments. Each department has
an anonymous drop box for recycling.

USTA Junior Team Tennis
This is an intermediate and advanced league for ages 12-18.
The six week session is from June 7 – July 21 (no league play
the week of July 4). Registration forms are available on the

The Household Hazardous Waste Collection sites are funded through the Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Dept, 508 New York Ave, Sheboygan, 920-459-3060,



Kohler Festival of Beer offers three
days of beer-centric happenings
Tickets go on sale today for the 8th
Annual Kohler Festival of Beer, April
29-May 1 – a celebration bringing together brewmasters from across the
country at Destination Kohler. The
weekend is crafted for the beer enthusiast, overflowing with brew-themed
happenings. Guests can enjoy flavor-

ful food pairing experiences, tasting
soirees, educational seminars, culinary demonstrations, lively music,
and a 5K Beer Run/Walk. This year
the line-up of new events boasts an
interactive grilling experience, college kegger-themed party, sessions on
homebrewing, beer-infused cooking,

and craft beer trends. Tap into all the
details by calling 1-800-344-2838 or
online at
Follow the event on social media
and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram tagging
#KohlerBeerFest to be part of the Social Tap Line.

– Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.

Spring forward your fashion with a
visit to The Shops at Woodlake
Trunk Show Spring Shopping Event, April 9 & 10
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
will host a trunk show weekend for the first time on April
9-10 showcasing what’s new for
spring. The Trunk Show Spring
Shopping Event is a weekend celebration of spring fashion with instore product features, special offers, one-of-a-kind merchandise,
trunk shows, live music, and food
demonstrations and tastings.
As shoppers see what’s new for
spring they will take advantage of
exclusive Trunk Show featured
products such as hand-crafted
jewelry at Sweet Potato’s and
ARTspace, Frye boots at Wisconsin Trader, custom made garments
for men at Art Imig’s, Alchemy
by Nina Kohler at Yoga on the
Lake, and more. A complete list
of special events and offers can
be viewed in the Events listing at

On Saturday, shoppers will enjoy live musical entertainment by
Jamie Odekirk, Lileah Kroening
and Justin Gigstad in ARTspace
Plaza from 1-4pm.
Make it a “shop-cation”! Shoppers are encouraged to book the
Girlfriends Getaway Package
to experience the Trunk Show
Spring Shopping Event to see
what’s new for spring. The Girlfriends Getaway Package (starting at $389 per person, based on
double occupancy) includes two
nights accommodations at The
American Club or Inn on Woodlake, a 50-minute Custom Massage at Kohler Waters Spa with a
20% discount on additional services and retail products, a yoga
session at Yoga on the Lake, a
three-course dinner at Cucina and
an in-room welcome gift of Foxbrook Cabernet and Kohler Orig-

inal Recipe Chocolates Terrapin
Trail Mix. To book a package, call
Nestled at lake’s edge, The
Shops at Woodlake Kohler has
more than 20 specialty shops and
boutiques featuring men’s and
women’s apparel, toys, collectibles, restaurants, home furnishing and design stores. The shopping center is also home to the
Demonstration Kitchen, Kohler
Swing Studio & Golf Shop and
Salon Aura.
The Shops at Woodlake is
open daily, Monday–Friday from
10am-6pm, Saturday from 10am5pm and Sunday from 11am-5pm.
Individual store hours may vary.
For more information, visit the
website or call 920-459-1713.
Stay up-to-date with The Shops at
Woodlake on Facebook.

Kohler Waters Spa Spotlight
Sparkle with the spa this spring
and take $50 off Facials, Body
Treatments, Bathing Treatments,
and Hydrotherapy Treatments
and $25 off Manicures and Pedicures, Monday through Thursday,
April 4-28, 2016. Valid on 50- or
80- minute services only. Offer
not valid on massage services,
seasonal services, or with any other offer. Contact Reservations at

Lunch & Lounge - Monday
through Thursday during lunch
experience a relaxing retreat
during the hectic work day. Our
Lunch and Lounge Package features a 25 minute Kohler Waters
Spa Treatment as well as a spa
lunch to take back with you or eat
in the relaxing atmosphere of the
spa. For more information visit

Through April 24, 2016
ARTspace – A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center at The Shops at
Circles and spheres take shape both literally and conceptually in this excep onal
exhibi on featuring the work of four
ar sts. The Exhibi on features mixed
media wall sculptures by Barbara Gilhooly
(CO), mixed media pain ngs by Shane
McAdams (WI), hand-colored etchings by
Mark Mulhern (WI) and silver and enamel
jewelry by Beth Novak (MN). Please call
for more informa on 920-452-8602.

many people at the same me. Any size
group can benefit, from two people to
one-hundred people. This session is
designed to encourage healing for any
moderate to severe health issues including cancer and fibromyalgia. $30.00 (cash
or check) Please call 920-946-0363for
more informa on.
Trunk Show Weekend
April 9-10
The Shops at Woodlake
See what’s new for spring at The Shops
at Woodlake. Trunk shows featuring your
favorites or soon to be favorites including
hand-cra ed jewelry, Frye boots, custom
made garments for men, Alchemy by
Nina Kohler and much more! Please call
920-459-1713 for more informa on.

Semi-Annual Hollyhock Sale –
take 30% off favorite Hollyhock
spa products now through April
30 in the spa boutique or online
at using coupon code HOLLYHOCK2016.
April Events
April 14: Yogi & Toes
April 19: Spring into Summer Facial Peel Event
April 26: New Spa Treatment
Menu Launch Party

U.S. News & World Report
rates The American Club best
in Wisconsin
After evaluating 1,775 properties across the country, U.S. News
& World Report has once again
placed The American Club hotel at Destination Kohler as Best
Wisconsin Hotel. The resort was
applauded for everything from its
award-winning golf courses to its
on-site restaurants and luxurious
Kohler Waters Spa.
“Being named the premier luxury hotel in Wisconsin by U.S.
News & World Report is a significant accolade,” noted Michael
Belot, General Manager of Destination Kohler. “We are proud to
be at the top of the list for both
industry experts and guests. Our
dedicated and passionate staff are
to credit for their continued hard
work in ensuring ensure each
guest has a memorable stay.”
The magazine uses a comprehensive methodology that takes
into account expert opinions,
traveler reviews and industry
awards when determining its
rankings. Editors look at the property’s awards and recognition, its
class rating, and its guest rating as
calculated by TripAdvisor.

Kohler Co., most notable for its
artistic and innovative kitchen
and plumbing products, has a rich
history of creating high-end products and experiences. Since forming the Hospitality & Real Estate
Group in 1981, Kohler Co. has
continued the tradition of offering
the most luxurious and personalized experiences at both Kohlerowned properties in Wisconsin
and St Andrews. Both properties,
known for their high-level customer service and impeccable
attention to detail, are recognized
internationally for their championship golf courses.
Destination Kohler is home to
public courses Whistling Straits
and Blackwolf Run, which have
collectively hosted the 1998 and
2012 U.S. Women’s Open, 2004,
2010 and 2015 PGA Championships, 2007 U.S. Senior Open and
is the future home to the 2020 Ryder Cup.
For reservations, please call
800-344-2838 or visit for more information. Stay up to date on resort
news and happenings on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Spring Kohler Golf Academy
The golf clinics are set for
the spring season hosted by the
Kohler Golf Academy at both
Whistling Straits and Blackwolf
Run. For more information visit
for more details. Find the basic
details here.

Get Golf Ready Clinics 2016 May & June - $149, includes five
sessions, 9 holes of golf and reception
Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors
2016 - June & July

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events

Heal Your Life - Group Reiki Seminar and
April 5, 2016, 6:30-8:30pm
Inten ons
UW instructor and Reiki Master/Teacher
John Oestreicher will offer a group Reiki
Healing Session. This service provides
a session that promotes healing; is
affordable and has the ability to help

Healthy Sleep
April 12, 6:30-8:30pm
Inten ons
Relaxa on expert John Oestreicher will
teach you how to fall asleep easily and
quickly. Learn to sleep soundly and

release the endless monkey mind cha er
to create a res ul night. Learn about
natural, holis c and prac cal techniques
that help you develop a calm and peaceful mind for longer and healthier sleep.
$30.00 (cash or check) Please call 920946-0363for more informa on.
Peaceful Warrior
April 19, 6:30-8:30pm
Inten ons
Do you have a short fuse or get into
frequent arguments and fights, have
explosive anger? Relaxa on expert John
Oestreicher will teach you to understand,
control and find healthier ways to express
your anger. In this class you will learn
the early anger warning signs and ways
to cool down quickly. You will also be
given techniques to respond and perceive
situa ons calmly and effec vely. Learn a
prac cal and holis c approach to move
thru life as a Peaceful Warrior. $30.00
(cash or check) Please call 920-946-0363
for more informa on.

Annual Pre-season Kohler Golf Sale
April 23, 8am-7pm
Blackwolf Run WolfPack/Bear Clan Room
Enjoy 20 to 80% off Men’s and Ladies logoed apparel and limited golf equipment.
Receive a $5 dollar coupon for every $50
spent to be used in the restaurants and
golf shops at Blackwolf Run, Whistling
Straits and the new Kohler Swing Studio.
For ques ons and informa on call Laurie
Van Veghel at 802-3299 x 53299 or by
calling the Blackwolf Run golf shop at
Medita on Training
April 26, 6:30-8:30pm
Relaxa on expert John Oestreicher has
been medita ng for 30 years and teaching medita on for ten years. In this informa ve and relaxing class, par cipants will
learn: the benefits of medita on, how
and when to meditate, focused a en on,
and how to slow down and release the
mind’s endless cha er. Students will
prac ce medita ng and each individual

will receive a customized medita on
based on their goals and energy scan.
$30.00 (cash or check) Please call 920946-0363 for more informa on.

For more informa on, pricing details and
to register call Sports Core at 920-4574444 or online at for
more informa on.
Early Release Wednesdays Youth Fitness
Training – Wednesdays, 2:45-3:30pm
Kids Night Out – Friday, April 8, 5-9pm
Kids Mo on – Wednesday, April 13,
Healthy Shoulder Workshop – Tuesdays,
April 19-May 10, 12-1pm
TGIF FUN – Friday, April 22, 5:30-7:30pm
Country Two Step Dance for Couples –
Mondays, April 18-May 9, 7-8pm
Pro Shop Special – Spring Fling – April 1124, receive a free Tervis Water Bo le with
any purchase of $75 or more.