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Published Monthly In Kohler, WI 53044

April, 2008

Volume 3, Number 9

Kohler Superintendent leaving district for new position
Kohler School District Superintendent Jeffrey Dickert will leave his position at the end of this academic year. Dickert, who has served as superintendent of the district for the last seven years, has accepted the position of Agency Administrator for the Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA 7) located in Green Bay. CESA 7 works with school systems to provide assistance and leadership to help change and improve schools throughout Northeast Wisconsin. CESA 7 serves school districts in Sheboygan, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Calumet, Door, and Brown Counties. Dickert will leave his position with the Kohler School District after his contract expires June of this year. “I am going to miss Kohler and all of the families, but this is a fantastic career opportunity for me that I could not pass up. I especially want to thank the Board of Education recogstaff for all of their support nizes the career opportunities and effort over the past seven this new position will offer years. Together we accomMr. Dickert and wishes him plished a lot and I am confiwell in this new venture. The dent that the new superintenSchool Board will miss Mr. dent will be able to keep the Dickert’s energy, positive momentum going,” stated attitude, and skills as it conDickert. tinues to move the District A joint statement released forward.” Jeff Dickert by the district’s Board of Kohler School Board Education credits Dickert with advancing President Jim O’Donnell expects that the the reputation and enrollment numbers of school’s strategic plan implemented during the school. “Kohler Schools grew in both Dickert’s tenure will continue to move the size and reputation during Mr. Dickert’s school forward. “Several years ago, Jeff tenure, culminating in the last two years participated with the School Board and with Kohler High School being number one many Village residents in the development in ACT composite scoring among all public of a multi-year strategic plan. This accomhigh schools in the State of Wisconsin. The plishment has and will continue to shape and improve our school,” O’Donnell said. The Board of Education reported that it has begun the search process for Dickert’s replacement. “After accepting Jeff’s resignation on Tuesday evening, March 18, the School Board outlined an initial search plan for his replacement. Since then we have contacted several state educational associations for their assistance and have already solicited a proposal from our first search firm candidate,” O’Donnell said. The School Board said in its statement that it, “recognizes that the community will want to be kept informed as the search strategy is implemented. In order to reach the Village most effectively, the School Board plans to provide updates through the Kohler Times.”

Don’t forget to vote April 1 Congressman Petri stops in Kohler
The Spring Election will be held Tuesday, April 1. The polling place for Kohler is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be open from 7:00 am. to 8:00 pm. Kohler residents will be voting for Justice of the Supreme Court (Mike Gableman vs. Louis Butler), District 2 Court of Appeals Judge (William Gleisner vs. Lisa S. Neubauer), three Village Trustees from among five candidates (John Elmendorf, Jeffrey Herold, John Pethan, Steve Reinbacher, John Renzelmann). Gordon Wuthrich and Jeff Dickert will appear on the ballot as unopposed for Kohler School Board member and District 18 County Supervisor. Voter registration is required to vote in the Election. Anyone who needs to register can do so on Election Day at the polls or by stopping in the Clerk-Treasurer’s office during regular business hours to complete a registration form. A Wisconsin driver’s license number or state ID number will need to be provided. If registering on Election Day, proof of residency will be required. An acceptable form of proof of residence includes a current and complete name and residential address. Some examples are: WI driver’s license or ID card; residential lease; real estate tax bill; utility service statement. For more information about voter registration, absentee voting and upcoming elections, contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s offie. 920-459-3873.

Voters will have chance to kill “Frankenstein Veto”on April 1
Many voters may not be aware that there’s an important state constitutional amendment on the upcoming April 1 ballot. The proposed measure would remove a governor’s ability to cross out certain words of legislation to change its meaning, or string together words from different sentences in an effort to rewrite budget bills or even create brand new legislation that hasn’t been fully debated in public. The Partial Veto, otherwise known as the “Frankenstein Veto,” has been used to shift state funding from one approved program to another program that a governor deems more deserving, bypassing public debate in the process. The measure will not, however, eliminate the line-item veto in which each governor will still have the ability to veto sections or complete bills that they feel are a bad idea.

Congressman Tom Petri addresses area citizens at the Kohler Village Hall.

About 30 citizens from the area attended a town meeting held by Congressman Tom Petri at the Kohler Village Hall on Monday, March 24. Petri began the hour-long session by taking five minutes to give an update on the current congressional session. For the remainder of the meeting, he took questions

from the audience and tried to provide answers for a variety of topics, including: the so-called NAFTA “super highway” running from Mexico to Canada, the Iraq war, the mortgage crisis, Social Security disability benefit delays, illegal immigration, and so forth.


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Spend an evening with Dr. Maya Angelou
the second poet in U.S. The final program of History to have the honor the Distinguished Guest of writing and reciting Series season, An Evening original work, “On the with Dr. Maya Angelou, is Pulse of Morning,” at the scheduled for Saturday, Presidential Inauguration. April 26, 2008 at 7:00 pm. She is hailed as one of the at the Kohler Memorial great voices of contempoTheatre in Kohler. rary black literature and as Dr. Angelou is a poet, a remarkable Renaissance historian, author, actress, Maya Angelou woman. A mesmerizing playwright, civil-rights activist, producer, and director. She has vision of grace, swaying and stirring when authored twelve best selling books and she moves: Dr. Angelou captivates her numerous magazine articles, earning audiences lyrically with vigor, fire and perPulitzer Prize and National Book Award ception. Considered one of our national treasnominations. In 1993, Dr. Angelou became ures, and the author of many best selling books, including I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, an autobiographical account of her youth. Angelou’s performance/lecture stresses the value of ethnic, economic, and Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction, which also promotes healing. All Reiki religious diversity in all undertakings. A sessions include: passionate and powerful speaker, Dr. Angelou challenges her audiences to invest Scan for Low-Energy Areas of the Body Balance Energy Centers their spirits and hearts in the elevation of Why Low-Energy Has Developed the human condition. Suggestions for Maintaining High-Energy The performances will be held at the Kohler Memorial Theatre at 230 School Other Services Reiki Training Street in Kohler at 7:00 pm. Meditation Training Ticket prices are as follows (based on “A” Spiritual Counseling or “B” seating): Reconnective Healing® Dr. Maya Angelou: $59/$49 adults; $30/$25 student. Tickets or additional Member International Association of Reiki Professionals information may be received by calling 920-458-1972. 920-457-9543 Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake The Kohler Foundation’s Distinguished Guest Series is one of the longest-running performing arts series in the state.
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Wisconsin state tourism conference held
(Lake Geneva, WI)–Twelve representatives from the local tourism industry attended the annual Wisconsin Governor’s Conference on Tourism (WIGCOT) held this year in Lake Geneva March 2-4th. The overall topic for this year’s conference was “Leadership: Inspire Greatness” and culminated with the unveiling of Wisconsin’s new branding platform by Governor Jim Doyle. Representing Sheboygan County as a whole was Denny Moyer of the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce. Individual communities in attendance included Elkhart Lake with Kathleen Eickhoff of the Elkhart Lake Tourism Commission, Lola Roeh, Chad Buros and Laura Whitman of the Osthoff Resort, Laurie Stecker of Siebkens Resort, and Mary Lou Haen of Road America. On behalf of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, Director Lisa Hurley was in attendance. Representing the Sheboygan Falls Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Program was Executive Director Nancy Verstrate. Representing attractions and lodging in the City of Sheboygan were Rick Peterson and Terri Bain of Blue Harbor Resort and Shannon Luckey of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. The Tourism Alliance of Sheboygan County (TASC) will host Wisconsin Department of Tourism Deputy Secretary Mark Richardson in celebration of National Tourism Week during the month of May for a county-wide breakfast. Further details on this special event to be held at The American Club, will be released in April. For more information on TASC and a calendar of events and activities for Sheboygan County, visit

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Obtaining flood insurance coverage requires advance planning
Winter-weary residents in many states look forward to the change in the weather, as warm breezes, bright sunshine and the occasional rainfall reduce the remaining snow piles to trickles of water. The end of winter, however, brings with it an increased chance of flooding in many areas. Property owners who are concerned about the potential for flooding need to understand a few key points about flood insurance. Standard property and business insurance policies do not cover flood damage. However, many insurance companies participate in the federal government’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which contracts with insurance companies to sell and service its policies. To qualify for the NFIP program, property owners must live in a community that participates in the program. By the time you get a flood warning, it’s too late to buy insurance. The NFIP requires flood insurance to be in place at least 30 days before it provides coverage, unless the policy is purchased in connection with the making, increasing, extending or renewing of a mortgage loan. Homeowners are four times more likely to receive loss from flood than from fire. Between 70 and 80 percent of all natural disasters in the United States involve flooding. Flooding causes include: melting of heavy winter snowfalls; overflow from lakes, streams and rivers; heavy rainfall; inadequate drainage systems; poorly planned urban development. If you feel you’re at risk for flooding, get more information as soon as possible. Ask an insurance agent about NFIP flood insurance. Take simple steps to reduce your exposure, like moving electronic devices and other valuables to higher spots within your home. And if you need flood insurance in excess of the NFIP’s limits of $250,000 for residential coverage and $500,000 for commercial coverage, ask your insurance agent about specialized policies to provide excess coverage.

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Kohler teacher receives state recognition

Saturday & Sunday

April 19-20, 2008

9:30am Sunday

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Springtime Marketplace, and find a great selection of spring-themed accessories, home décor, gifts and jewelry, as well as a wide variety of live plants, garden ornaments and tools.
DAILY ADMISSION: $5 for adults Free for children 12 and under

Join us for a delicious champagne breakfast while Amy Geer of Tiffany’s presents “Tiffany Now.” Receive a special gift bag compliments of Tiffany’s.

Dana Krejcarek (Pictured above on the right), Kohler High School Science Teacher, received the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers (WSST) Ron Gibbs Award for Excellence in Science Education. The Ron Gibbs award is an honor presented to a person who has made outstanding contributions in science education over a long

and distinguished career in Wisconsin. This is WSST’s most prestigious award, and is voted on by science peers and colleagues throughout the state. Also pictured above is Jessie Good, Kohler High School Teacher (left) and Kohler High School Principal Lance Northey (center).

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Kohler Girl Scout Troop 8065 needs your help!
For the month of April we will be collecting shoes for “Soles 4 Souls.” The shoes will be sent to those in need around the world. We are accepting any type and size of gently worn shoes. We have 2 locations: Kohler School in the hall by the District offices or Kohler Village Hall. Questions Contact Sonja Heins, 452-0019. Check their website at: Thank You for your help!

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Pine Haven/Prairie Crossing Add Housing Specialist to Staff
Sheboygan Falls, WI -- Loree Shriver has joined Pine Haven Christian Home and Prairie Crossing Assisted Living Apartments in the newly created role of Housing Specialist. Bringing an extensive real estate and property management background to her new position, Shriver will handle the marketing and sales for all facilities and services of the Pine Haven organization. Throughout her career, Shriver has focused on senior housing. She has worked with referral sources such as physicians and hospital discharge planners, as well as seniors and their families. Most recently, she was the Residence Sales Manager for Assisted Living Concepts in Manitowoc. Originally from Ohio, Shriver and her husband have lived in the Sheboygan area for about a year. They made the move here to be closer to their children in Plymouth, Fond du Lac, and Ripon. In her role as Housing Specialist, Shriver meets with potential residents and their families and assists them in determining which of the Pine Haven facilities would be the optimum fit for their needs. She will also host events for seniors at Prairie Crossing, make presentations to community groups, and meet individually with referral sources. “There are a variety of choices for seniors when considering housing and services,” says Shriver. “I’m here to provide information and support for potential residents and their families to make the decision process go smoothly.” Prairie Crossing, a 40-unit assisted living apartment complex in a senior community, offers four apartment sizes ranging from 542 to 960 square feet. Two daily meals are included and residents can customize the monthly services they desire. Pine Haven Christian Home offers both residential center apartments and skilled nursing home care. For more information about Prairie Crossing call 467-2400 and for Pine Haven Christian Home call 467-2401.
When you move to Prairie Crossing apartments you’ll feel right at home. Join new friends playing cards, in Wii video game bowling tournaments, at exercise class, or one of the many other choices to keep you active and involved. You can continue to enjoy quiet times catching up on the news in front of the fireplaces or reading a book from the library. We’ve designed every feature with your convenience, comfort and safety in mind. Schedule your tour now and meet some of our excited residents.
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“Grillin’ & Chillin’” benefits Boys & Girls Club of Sheboygan
SHEBOYGAN, WI, MARCH 17, 2008 – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County benefited as the Highland House, Johnsonville Sausage, and New Glarus Brewing Co. teamed together on Thursday, March 14th for a first-time evening event complete with beverage samplings, entrée debuts, and entertainment. Paul Weaver, an investor in the Highland House, remains devoted to our local Boys & Girls Clubs, having been a former board member and a continued activist. “The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County is among my top charitable priorities. My wife, Gaylynn, and I love kids and value the programs offered at the Clubs for the community’s youth,” commented Weaver. The evening’s event featured six New Glarus Brewing Co. brews, along with newly introduced Johnsonville Sausage menu entrees specially created by Johnsonville Executive Chef Mike Zeller. Favorites for the evening included sausage tacos and Italian sausage linguine, which will both be on the menu at the Highland House, along with others. Reggae music filled the Caribbean atmosphere complete with steel drums. Tickets sold for $25 per person to a limited 125 people on a first come first serve. All proceeds benefitted the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County. Weaver said, “I embrace the mission of the organization and will continue to incorporate this worthy cause in additional community projects. Watch for the upcoming family event on June 22nd when bike races wlil take place in downtown Sheboygan. We’ve already talked with the Boys & Girls Clubs who will have a presence with this event, as well.” Weaver is committed to bringing this event back next year. The Boys & Girls Clubs mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County, founded in 1994, is a non-profit, privately-funded 501(c)(3) organization and depends on private donations and volunteers to accomplish its mission. The Clubs annually serve 1,450 youth in (4) countywide facilities, including Howards Grove, the Stayer Center, Washington Elementary after-school, and Sheboygan Falls. To make a donation or to volunteer, contact Jeff Mehn, executive director, at (920) 565-4114 or visit the Web site at


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In-home design consultation offered .

Spring ahead with exciting new Limited Edition Accessories from Vera Bradley.
From umbrellas to pajamas, patchwork totes to tech cases, they’re the coolest thing going this spring. Available for a limited time only at Sweet Potato’s Boutique.

Student artwork gallery will benefit clean water protection
Kohler and Sheboygan Falls elementary and middle-school student artwork created for Earth Month will be on display to benefit the Alliance for Great Lakes. The public is invited to view the student art gallery and donate toward a purchase to support the protection of clean water. The event will take place during the Hearth event in downtown Sheboygan Falls on Saturday, April 12 from 10 am - 3 pm at Salon 511, 511 Broadway Street, Sheboygan Falls. Aveda, a provider of salon products, partners with water conservation organizations like Alliance for Great Lakes, which works to conserve and restore the world’s largest freshwater resource using policy, education, and local efforts, ensuring a healthy Great Lakes and clean water for generations of people and wildlife.

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The Performing Arts Organization presents “Viva Las Vegas”
Music enthusiasts are welcome to join the Performing Arts Organization on Saturday, April 19th at Blue Harbor for the annual PAO auction and dance in Viva Las Vegas style. Bring your raffle money, bidding energy and appetite as elegant hors d’ oeuvres await the evening. A welcoming glass of champagne will set the mood, followed by a delicious selection of appetizers, including shrimp ceviche, smoked salmon and beef tenderloin canapés, mini chicken quesadillas, along with other items to choose from. Available for purchase right now are babysitting services for the night. Kohler students have agreed to watch your kids while you enjoy an evening out. Vouchers are $25 for a 4-5 hour service. Please contact Mr. Tengowski at 459-2920 ext. 1443 to reserve a babysitter. New to the table this year is your chance to reserve early a “Dealer Table” – a specially designed hotelthemed Casino table placed front and center for auction preferential seating. You and your friends pay an extra $50 for this exclusive seating, fullyequipped with props direct from Vegas. Play your cards right and call Kathy Mauer now at 451-9067 to reserve this limited offer. Auction items are in abundance as we get ready to raise revenue for the Kohler Middle School and High School Band and Choir students. Rounds of golf, restaurant gift certificates, sporting events, museum passes, a musical instrument, clothing items, accessories, hair-care products, and the list goes on and on. Live auction items to plan for include the themed-dinner party for eight, Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs tickets, a $1,000 travel voucher from Wagonlit travel, a 6-person trout and salmon fishing trip, and, of course, the Class Baskets to be raffled. All dollars earned assist future talents heading to music camp, as well as those attending the 2008 music trip to New York City. The evening festivities begin at 6:00 pm. Ticket prices are $35 per person. And, remember, “What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas!”

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Treat yourself to a day of rejuvenation for your mind and body, and take advantage of our Midweek Break Package. During March and April, MondayThursday, purchase any service valued at $130 or more, and receive a package valued at $100 including:

~ a complimentary 25-minute Kohler massage ~ 10% off any additional spa services booked for the same day
This spring, relax and unwind in the warmth and serenity of Kohler Waters Spa.

Offer good through April 30, 2008. Offer valid one day during your stay with us. Overnight accommodations available in the Carriage House located above Kohler Waters Spa, starting at $205 per night. Based on availability and double occupancy. Some restrictions apply. Does not apply to groups or reservations already scheduled. Based on regular Kohler Waters Spa menu pricing. Saturday service pricing applies.

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Kohler swimmers qualify for YMCA state meet
Swimmers from Kohler school qualified for the YMCA state swim meet in the 8 and under group at Schroeder YMCA March 14-16.

Kohler Soccer Club Junior Olympic extends its thanks to Skills Rapid Rally volunteers/sponsors
The Kohler Soccer Club would like to thank all the volunteers who made our recent indoor tournament such a great success. Concessions: Deb Pfrang, Sarah Hapeman, & Karen Knuth; Facilities: David Madigan; Admissions: Helen Beine; Scorekeeprs/Timers: Marcus Knuth; Corporate Sponsors: Cathy Cassady; Program: Vicki Friske Volunteers: Jaime Beine, Jim Beine, Kevin Beine, Nicole Beine, Brian Benishek, John Benishek, Lesley Cassidy, Brian Christenson, Bob Griswold, Jim Hapeman, Will Hapeman, Danielle Hart, Jake Hart, Julia Hart, Lily Hart, Todd Hart, Aidan Hogan, Connor Hogan, Brenna Hogan, Lucas Knuth, Jim Lewis, Ben Madigan, Nancy Madigan, Alex Mauer, Julia Mauer, Kathy Mauer, Jill O’Donnell, Tom O’Donnell, Joe Pellowski, Tim Pellowski, Christine Phillips, Chuck Pfrang, Brady Stefancyzk, Craig Stefancyzk, Joni Stefancyzk, Austin VanTreeck, Cathy Van Treeck, Diane Venn, Kelli Vroom, Valerie Wandschneider, Rob Wenberg, Tim Zittel. Thanks also to Jeff Dickert, Becky Luedtke, Paula Anderson, The Kohler Booster Club, Bake Sale Donators and Kohler Schools for their support. Thank you to the following corporate sponsors and donators who supported the Kohler Soccer Club and the Scott Roberts Memorial Indoor Tournament: Plymouth Foam, Sargento Foods, Inc., Sweet Potato’s, Guske Electric Inc., Bitter Neumann, Blattners Piggly Wiggly, Sheboygan Wal-Mart Supercenter, Plymouth Wal-Mart Supercenter, Jimmy Johns, D & D Carpentry, Inc., Larry’s Distributing, John Sauermilch Jr. General Contractor, Wenig Funeral Homes.

Competition to be held in Kohler

Attention all kids ages 8-13! The Kohler Recreation Department, in cooperation with the Sheboygan County Tennis Association (SCTA), will host a Junior Olympic Skills Rapid Rally Competition on Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m. at the Kohler School Tennis Courts. This event is FREE! Boys and girls compete separately for a chance to advance through three levels of competition – Local, Regional and National Finals at the U.S. Olympic Training Center! Registration forms will be distributed at school during April. For more info, visit or contact Wendy Tauscheck at (920) 467-3770. A USTA Recreational Coaches Workshop will be held Saturday, June 7, from 8:30 am - 3 pm at the Kohler Tennis Courts. This workshop is open to anyone, and those attending are eligible to become certified as a PTR Recreational Coach and/or USPTA Developmental Coach. All summer tennis instructors are required to attend this workshop. The $20 fee includes all instructional materials and lunch. For more information or to register, contact Wendy Tauscheck at (920) 467-3770.

Front row: Bobby Holland, Matthew Hartlieb Back row: Cecelia Zielke, Kellie Hoekstra, Emily Vallo Also competing (but not pictured) were Luke Silvestri and Elizabeth Falconer.

Kohler Classic registration open
On your mark…get set…GO! Kohler Classic 5K, 1 Mile to run again. What better way to kick off the summer than with a 5K and 1 mile run? Kohler School Friends, along with Kohler’s Tourism Promotion and Development Committee, will host this year’s event on Saturday, June 14th starting at 9 a.m. Proceeds from the event will benefit the students and faculty of the Kohler School District with curriculum enhancements. Both the 5K and 1 mile courses wind through the beautiful historical and residential neighborhood of Kohler. Enjoy a relatively flat course with a few mild slopes in between. The event is open to all ages and abilities. The first 100 registered participants are guaranteed a T-shirt and “goodie bag.” Registration is now open. Current fees are $15, 5K; and $7, 1 mile children’s run. Applications can be downloaded from or can be found in the High School office. E-mail for more information.

Sheboygan County Tennis Association will oversee USTA Jr. Team Tennis
WHAT IS USTA JR. TEAM TENNIS? USTA Jr. Team Tennis is the largest youth tennis league in the country, helping girls and boys ages 10 to 18 get in the game, get on the court, and have a good time. Teams are coed and made up of 6-10 players (3-5 boys and 3-5 girls) based on similar ages and skill levels. The emphasis is on skill development, fun, teamwork, and friendly competition, all with the possibility of advancing to the national championship. Tennis is a sport you can play for life and Jr. Team Tennis lays the foundation for a lasting relationship. This year, the Sheboygan County Tennis Association will oversee USTA Jr. Team Tennis. This is a collaborative effort involving many area Recreation Departments, the Sports Core and the Sheboygan YMCA. Matches will be scheduled at various sites in Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls and Kohler. Court monitors will be on site at all matches. WHO CAN PLAY? USTA Jr. Team Tennis is for girls and boys ages 10 to 18 of all abilities and experience. Whether your child has been playing for years, or has never held a racquet, there’s a spot on a team for them. We will offer 4 levels of competition: 18 & under Intermediate, 18 & under Advanced, 14 & under Intermediate, and 12 & under Intermediate. Each team will have a team manager/parent responsible for their players. HOW DOES IT WORK? The season will be 5-6 weeks long and will include regularly scheduled matches as well as optional practices. Most matches will be scheduled for weekday evenings, however, daytime matches may be offered. Players have the opportunity to participate in both singles and doubles play throughout the season. Local 1st place teams advance to district playoffs in Appleton July 25-26. District winners advance to sectional championships in Indianapolis Aug. 8-10. The season culminates in a national championship for the 14 & under and 18 & under, Intermediate and Advanced divisions. HOW COMPETITIVE IS IT? Whether your child wants to compete on a national level or simply wants to learn a new sport and make friends, Jr. Team Tennis can take them there. The focus is on enjoying the exhilaration of playing and the development of skills that make playing fun. HOW DO I SIGN UP? Players may register as a team or individually. Individual registrants will be placed on a team. In addition to a league fee (which is yet to be determined), USTA membership is required (junior membership is $18/year, with a $5 rebate available from the Wisconsin Tennis Association). To join the USTA and to learn about the benefits please visit Watch for registration forms soon! Any questions, call Wendy Tauscheck, Local League Coordinator at (920) 467-3770 or e-mail REGISTRATION RALLY - Sunday, May 4: noon – 2 p.m. at the Kohler Tennis Courts/Youth Center. Watch for more details in the May issue!

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Kohler Seniors Kohler Seniors meeting - Monday, April 7, 1:30 pm. at the Kohler Village Hall. Maywood Environmental Park speaker. Kohler School Friends Second Monday of the month at 11:15 a.m. in the theatre lobby. Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL) Second Thursday of every month at the firehouse. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. Kohler Soccer Club Second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Library. Kohler Athletic Booster Club First Monday of each month (excluding July) at 7:00 pm in the Library.


Part-time help wanted for women’s boutique. Mature, outgoing person wanted. Must be available for some weekend hours. Call 828-0001 for more information.

Kohler Kiwanis Club Every Wednesday at noon at The American Club, lower level banquet rooms (unless noted otherwise). Lance Northey, president. 459-2920 Ext. 1102.
Announcements and milestones are printed free of charge. Mail or leave in drop box at: Terra Media, L.L.C., 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044. Please include self-addressed stamped envelope to ensure return of photo prints. Classifieds are $5 per issue. Make checks payable to Terra Media, L.L.C.

Beautiful 3 bdr. 11/2 bath. You must see all the beautiful updates added to this lovely, one owner home. Features LR/DR, lg. family room w/gas fireplace, rec room, large lot w/mature landscaping. 657 Upper Rd. 920-459-9441 or 920-698-1165.

Cub Scout Pack #3831 invites you to attend the


2008 PINEWOOD DERBY! Saturday, April 5
Activities and racing begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Village Gym
Following the races, join us in the Kohler School Cafeteria for light refreshments and the awards ceremony.

Classifieds are $5 per issue. Payment must accompany ad or be made by 20th of month. Please do not request billing for classifieds. Make checks payable to Terra Media, L.L.C. and mail or leave in drop box at 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044

For Scouts: Mandatory car inspections will take place on March 30th or 31st in the School Cafeteria from 6 - 8 p.m. Please attend one of these two dates to enter your car.

Business Card Corner

(920) 377-1948 Or Visit

Amy Gutschow
Broker Executive

Bruce Nowak
Sales & Leasing Consultant

(920) 459-6020 (800) 459-6020

(920) 452-5696
Exit 123 East I-43 2701 Washington Ave. Sheboygangan, WI 53081

Send or drop off business card and $15 payment (per month) to: Terra Media, L.L.C., 219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044


APRIL, 2008



Physics students showed their light projects to the 6th graders.

The sixth grade held their annual science fair displaying a total of 20 entries. Ms. K’s physics classes did the judging. Medals were awarded to each contestant who took a first, second, or third place.

Biotechnology and Molecular Biology
Biology students at Kohler High School have recently completed the biotechnology component of the biology curriculum. Biotechnology is the technology of using living things to create useful products. Biotechnology has historically been used in the making of bread, wine, soap, the treatment of waste, and the production of cheese. Selective breeding of agricultural animals and selective practices in crop planting have occurred for hundreds of years. Biotechnology has changed due to the advancements of technologies such as computers and software in the 1970’s to include the development of human insulin for the treatment of diabetes, human growth hormone for children, and identification of specific genes responsible for genetic disorders, and in some cases treatment for those disorders. Biology students learn and then use the steps necessary to move a gene from one organism to another. The process involves the isolation of plasmid DNA, using endonuclease restriction enzymes to cut DNA at specific sites in the DNA sequence, ligation of the plasmid fragments, transformation of bacteria, preparation and casting of agarous gel, electrophoresis of restriction enzyme digested DNA, staining, viewing, and photographing the gel, and learning the process by which scientists determine DNA fragment size. Ask any biology student for more information on this experiment. They will be happy to share details of their successful experience!

Kohler Public School Newsletter
Produced and published by the School District of Kohler with the cooperation of staff, community members, and the Village of Kohler


Education K-12.

1. Elementary/Middle School Education
Full time Elementary teacher needed at the Kohler Elementary School beginning the 2008-2009 school year.

Badger Girls and Boys State
The Kohler High School faculty has selected representatives for the 2008 Badger Girls’ and Boys’ state programs. Criteria for selection included leadership, scholarship, service, and participation in school activities. Selected for the Badger Girls’ State to be held on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh campus, are: Kelly Suralik, daughter of John and Margaret Suralik, and Stacy Van Dyke, daughter of Daniel and Jenny Van Dyke. Kelly is being sponsored by the Kohler Kiwanis Club. Stacy is being sponsored by the Kohler Co. Katie Stastny, daughter of William and Debra Stastny, and Megan Romanoski, daughter of Jeff and Mel Romanoski, were selected as alternates for the Badger Girls’ program. Shane Anderson, son of Kurk and Paula Anderson, and Colin Johnson, son of Kevin Johnson and Leslie Abitz, were selected to participate in the Badger Boys’ State on the Ripon College campus. Both boys will be sponsored by the Kohler Co. Michael Knabel, son of Mark and Mary Knabel, and Ryan Stefanczyk, son of Craig and Joni Stefanczyk, were selected as alternates for the Badger Boys’ program. The Prescott-Bayens Post N. 83 of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary sponsor these programs to foster an understanding of American government. Students from throughout the state learn the principles of democracy by living together as self-governing citizens, studying the Constitution and sharing experiences that demonstrate both the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship.

2. JK-3 Spanish Instructor
50% contract (flexible hours) Requirements: Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education. Must be certified to teach 1st - 3rd grade Send resume, cover letter, and 2 letters of recommendation to Mrs. Susan Jaberg, Elementary Principal by April 10, 2008

Annual PAO Auction and Dance set for Saturday, April 19th at Blue Harbor Resort
Get ready as the Kohler Performing Arts Organization launches the annual PAO Auction and Dance set for Saturday, April 19th at our new venue - Blue Harbor Resort and Conference Center on Sheboygan’s Lakefront. This year’s theme is “Viva Las Vegas”, generating costuming ideas from such greats as Celine Dion, Wayne Newton, Elvis Presley, Cirque de Soleil, or the ever-notorious Vegas showgirl. Ticket prices are $35 per person, including entertainment and hors d’ oeuvres, along with multiple silent auction items, as well as live auction items yet to be announced. All evening’s proceeds benefit the music camp scholarships, as well as the biennial music trip. If you’re interested in donating a service or item to the auction, or if you’re interested in volunteering on one of our committees, please contact the auction chairperson, Pam Esche at 451-1885 or

Education grants available from KEA
The Kohler Education Association is offering grants for students going into the education field. Apply at Student Services

Remember, “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas!”

Prom 2008 is scheduled for Saturday, May 3, at the Waelderhaus. Music will be from 9:00 until midnight with the presentation of prom court at 10:15. All students should plan on arriving by 9:00 p.m. Each student who purchases a ticket for prom will receive two complimentary tickets to be used by their parents or other members of their family to view the crowning ceremony. Due to necessary restrictions on numbers in the Waelderhaus balcony, we must ask that parents honor this two ticket limit so that we don’t jeopardize our ability to use this beautiful prom facility. Parents may begin to enter and proceed to the balcony 15 minutes before the crowning ceremony (10:00). House lights will be brought up for an intermission following the presentation of the court and parents will be invited down to the main floor to take pictures. When the house lights are dimmed, approximately 10 minutes after court presentation, parents will be asked to exit. Once students arrive at Prom, they are not allowed to leave and return. If the dance area becomes warm, students may walk outside but must remain in the supervised flagstone area immediately fronting the entrance. Students who are not attending Prom, who are not serving for Prom, or who are not a family ticket holder attending the court presentation are not welcome.

Prom 2008

Canceled days will be made up in June
Kohler Schools has been canceled twice this winter. That means that school will stay open until June 10th this year. Senior Graduation will still be held on Sunday, June 8th, and seniors will not be required to attend school on June 9th and 10th. The MS/HS will move its final exams to June 9th and 10th with seniors taking their exams prior to graduation. The last work day for teachers will be moved to June 11th. With this winter trying to set all kinds of snowfall records there may be more cancellations in the future. Stay tuned!

Sizzlin’ Summer at Kohler Elementary
Summer enrichment programs are coming this summer…
Place: Kohler Public Schools Dates: June 16th - July 18th (No classes on Friday and week of June 30 - July 4) Times: 8:30-noon offerings (Times will vary) Topics: Computer science, art, drama, science, Spanish and more Watch for program information coming your way in April

Walk/Bikeride to School Week
Let’s get movin’!

May 10th - 16th 7:30 am to 8:00 am

Kohler Kare sign up for the summer program can be done by either contacting Linda Neil at the Kohler School 4592920 ext 1493 or picking up the registration forms in the school cafeteria or off the information display in the school hallway. Sign up needs to be completed by April 15th.


APRIL, 2008

Office of Superintendent KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT Kohler, WI 53044

BOARD OF EDUCATION Kohler School District REGULAR BOARD MEETING MINUTES Monday, February 11, 2008

The Regular Board meeting of the Board of Education, Kohler Public School District, was held at 7:00 p.m. in the Kohler School Library, Mr. Jim P. O’Donnell Board president, presiding. The meeting was announced in the Sheboygan Press and the agendas were posted at the Kohler Village Hall, the Kohler Public Library and the main entrance of the school building in compliance with the Open Meeting Law of Wisconsin Statutes. Mr. O’Donnell called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Kohler Library. Roll call was taken by Ms. Venn, Board Clerk. Present: Jim P. O’Donnell Diane L. Venn Jeffrey P. Dickert Lance D. Northey Susan M. Jaberg Wendy M. Nasgovitz Dr. Jane A. Bishop Gordon J. Wuthrich Laura E. Kohler Absent: Nikki L. Schneider President Clerk Superintendent MS/HS Principal El Dean of Students Human Resource/IT Administrator V. President Treasurer Member Secretary to Supt/Board

Consent Agenda: Moved by Mr. Wuthrich , seconded by Dr. Bishop, to approve items A and B on Consent Agenda. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. Action and/or Discussion Items: A. Consideration of Finance Committee’s recommendation 1. To approve Audit Report - Discussion was held. Moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Mr. O’Donnell to table the approval of the audit report until the next meeting. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.

accept the donation from the Booster Club for weight room equipment. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. Information Items: A. Committee Reports – Finance, Human Resources, Instruction, B&G, Policy. B. Administrative Reports – Dickert, Jaberg, Northey. C. Information Articles At 8:15 p.m., moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Dr. Bishop to adjourn the meeting back to Closed Session. Ms. Venn; aye, Mr. Wuthrich; aye, Mr. O’Donnell; aye, Dr. Bishop; aye. Motion carried unanimously. The meeting will not re-open.

Respectfully submitted by: Kohler School District 2. To approve bus contract with Heidenreiter Bus Company for two years with a third year Jeffrey P. Dickert option due to potential reduction in bus service if District Administrator safe crossing is installed - Discussion was held. Moved by Dr. Bishop , seconded by Mr. Wuthrich, to approve the contract with Heidenreiter Bus Company for two years with the option for the third year. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. 3. To accept tuition students for the remainder of the school year - Discussion was held. Moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Mr. O’Donnell to accept all listed tuition students for the remainder of the 2007/08 school year. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. B. Consideration of Kohler School Foundation direct donation of $1000.00 to the Science Department for the purchase of a digital camcorder - Discussion was held. Moved by Dr. Bishop , seconded by Ms. Venn, to accept the generous donation for the Science Department digital camcorder. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. C. Consideration of Policy Committee’s recommendation for second reading: 1. Revisions to Policy 723 – Emergency Plan. Discussion was held. Moved by Dr. Bishop, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve Policy 723 Emergency Plan for second reading. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously. D. Consideration of Booster Club donation of $12,500 for weight room equipment – Discussion was held. Moved by Dr. Bishop , seconded by Ms. Venn, to

No Latex Balloons Latex balloons cannot be brought into the building because of students with severe latex allergies. Mylar balloons are the safe alternative. No Animals on School Grounds It is Kohler School District’s policy that no animals are allowed on school grounds. Dogs and cats must be on leashes and on sidewalks when near the school. If a student or parent would like to bring a pet to school, he/she must receive permission from the Principal in advance. This policy is in effect for the safety of our students. Tardy? Absent? Parents, please call the office In the event that your child will not be attending school or will be tardy, please call the attendance voice mailbox and let the office know the reason for the child’s absence/tardiness. You can reach the Attendance voice mailbox by dialing 459-2920 Ext. 5.

At 6:09, moved by Mr. O’Donnell , seconded by Mr. Wuthrich to move to Closed Session; Mr. O’Donnell; aye, Dr. Bishop; aye, Ms. Venn ; aye, Mr. Wuthrich ; aye, Ms. Kohler; aye. Motion carried unanimously. Mr. O’Donnell called the meeting back to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Kohler Library. Report Of Action Taken During Executive Session - probationary teacher evaluations were discussed. - renewal of teacher contracts were discussed. - administrative contracts were discussed. - HR Committee recommendation for additional aid time for special education was approved. Items Of Concern Regarding Agenda/Open Meeting For Questions From The Public Pam Esche, on behalf of the Performing Arts Organization requested moving the High School band trip to a winter date instead of spring break. Review of the Financial Statement Discussion was held. Mr. Dickert briefly discussed the state of the district and current budget timeline plans. Reports or Recognitions High School Teachers were honored for class of 2007 & 2006 as #1 in ACT score in the state of Wisconsin. High School Certificates of Honor for selected students were issued to those in attendance.

Children with disabilities procedure
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all children with disabilities, including children with disabilities attending private schools in the school district, regardless of the severity of their disabilities. The school district has a special education screening program to evaluate all children with suspected disabilities and are at least three years old. Upon request the school district will screen a child who has not graduated high school to determine whether a special education referral is appropriate. A request may be made by contacting Jeff Dickert, District Administrator, Kohler School District, at 459-2920 x1003.

April Lunch Menu
Sun Mon Tue
1 Popcorn Chicken Broc./Cauliflower Peaches 7 Waffles Sausage Peaches 14 Chicken dogs Green beans Orange wedges 21 Mini tacos Gogurt Corn 28 Popcorn chicken Corn Mixed fruit 8 Theo’s pizza Veggies & Dip Applesauce 15 Cheeseburger Corn Applesauce 22 Theo’s pizza Applesauce Veggies & dip 29 Ravioli Lettuce salad Breadstick

2 Hot Dogs Tater Tots Orange/Pineapple 9 EARLY RELEASE Subs Fruit Veggies 16 Tomato soup Grilled cheese Pears 23 Hot Dogs Tater Tots Jello/fruit 30 Chicken noodle soup Cheese & crackers Applesauce

3 Chicken casserole Breadstick Mixed fruit 10 Sloppy Joes Green beans Mixed fruit 17 Spaghetti Lettuce salad Breadstick 24 Waffles Sausages Peaches May 1 Sloppy Joes Baked fries Jello/fruit

4 Hot ham & cheese Gogurt Pears 11 Mini tacos Apple slices Corn 18 Turkey WW bun Lettuce, mayo Veggies Peaches 25 Chicken patty Green beans Pears 5



KOHLER TIMES is published for residents of the Kohler School District Kohler Public Schools 333 Upper Road, Kohler, WI 53044 920-459-2920 Board of Education Jim O’Donnell, president, Gordon J. Wuthrich, V. president, Diane L. Venn, clerk, Dr. Jane A. Bishop, treasurer Laura E. Kohler, member District Administrator Jeffrey P Dickert . Editor Mary Struck E-mail submissions: Phone: 331-4904 Online Archives:






Kohler Times deadline: 20th of every month

APRIL, 2008



This is a difficult question for parents at time. The following guidelines may be helpful when making your decision. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL IF HE/SHE HAS: 1. An obviously contagious condition such as chicken pox, scabies, head lice, strep throat. 2. Fever-oral temperature of 100.6 or higher. 3. Diarrhea. 4. Vomiting. 5. Other signs of illness such as pallor, irritability, or excessive sleepiness. 6. A rash you cannot explain. 7. Drainage or pus from a crust sore (suggestive of impetigo or other infection). YOU MAY SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL IF HE/SHE: 1. Has been taking antibiotics for infection for 24 hours or more. 2. Has a mild cold, cough or runny nose. 3. Is experiencing symptoms which are expected part of his/her medical condition. 4. Had minor bumps, bruises, scrapes, etc., that do not require medical attention. Please exercise good judgment for your child’s sake and the well-being of the other students and staff. Any questions or concerns please contact me. Thanks, Kim Feltner, RN, (School Nurse).

Students who plan to participate in any school athletics during the 2008-2009 school year must have a current physical (physical must be dated 4-2-07 to present date to be current) on file in the H.S. Office. Dr. Scott Stillwell of Kohler will be administering the physical exams this year. There is no cost to you. Physical Exam Cards need to be picked up in the High School office and filled out by your parents BEFORE THE EXAM!! Bring the card to the physical with you!! Exams will held on two days this year, one for boys and one for girls. Boys may not have their physical done on the day the girls are scheduled and vice versa. However, if a boy or girl can not have their physical done at the scheduled time for their grade, they may come at a different time on the same day. ALL PHYSICALS WILL BE HELD IN THE POOL LOCKER ROOMS. The schedule is as follows: APRIL 9 (Boys only) 2:00 P.M. Grade 5 2:30 P.M. Grade 6 & 7 3:00 P.M. Grade 8 & 9 Boys Boys Boys MAY 14 (Girls only) 2:00 P.M. Grade 5 2:30 P.M. Grade 6 & 7 3:00 P.M. Grade 8 & 9 Girls Girls Girls

If you are not sure if your son or daughter needs a physical, or if you have other questions, please contact Mrs. Rydz at 459-2921, Ext. 1100.

Please fill out and return this census form even if you do not have children.
TO THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN: This form is to obtain information for our census. Please complete the questions with reference to all persons in you household, from birth to 21 years inclusive, married or single. If you do not have any children, write “none” in column 1.

Business Challenge awards over $77,000 to local students
Over $77,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded to the high school winners at the 2008 Business Challenge held at ACUITY on March 1st. Charlie Reinertsen and Lili Giertz of Kohler High School, Coached by Don Hammond of Maritime Insurance, came in 2nd place and won a $2,000 4-year Lakeland College scholarship and automatic entrance into the Statewide Business Challenge to be held in Sheboygan on April 2nd. Other Kohler High School students who participated in the event are: Ann Marie Beine, Kevin Beine, Denisa Boy, Nate Sutherland, Carlo Gischia, Ashley Sobecki, Aaron Fenrick, Josh Schultz, Nicholas Hennegar, Jimmy Mani, Jason Noyes, and Matthew Schaetz The Business Challenge competition uses a JA software game that allows students to compete against one another as CEO’s of simulated companies. Players (two from each team) plan and execute each aspect of a business, including price, production, marketing, capital investment, and research and development. Like any business today, the goal is to balance supply and demand at an efficient cost while competing with other “companies” in the industry. The company with the best results wins! For students wishing to participate in next year’s event, the 9th annual ACUITY-JA Business Challenge will be held on March 7, 2009. Junior Achievement of Sheboygan is committed to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy through K-12 programs for more than 8,000 local students.

Junior Achievement

Please complete this form regardless of whether your children are in public, private or not currently enrolled in any school at the present. The form may be brought to the High School office or mailed. If you have any questions, please call 459-2921, Ext. 1100.
CHILD FIND – Subchapter IV of Chapter 115, Wisconsin Statutes mandates that school district personnel are aware of all children between the ages of birth and 20 who have or are suspected of having physical or orthopedic disability, cognitive disability, or other developmental disabilities such as hearing impairment, visual disability, speech or language disability, emotional disturbance, learning disability, autism, traumatic brain injury or any combination of conditions which may result in the need for exceptional educational services to supplement or replace regular education. If such a condition exists with any of your children, please list in the column that deals with the disabled. Providing this information will assist in appropriate referrals to meet your needs. Under school attended, please write the name of the school and check public or non-public.

Please return the bottom portion to the High School office by June 2, 2008.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Kohler School District 333 Upper Road. SCHOOL CENSUS INFORMATION
I hereby certify that the statements hereafter given are correct. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Last name Father Mother ______________________________________________________________________________________ Address Phone Date

Child’s Name Boy/ Birth Date Handicap School & Grade (Birth to 21) Girl Mo/Day/Yr (If any) Attending ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

2007-08 Kohler Music Department Concert Dates
DATE April 26 May 5 May 15 May 16 May 27 May 26 TIME 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. EVENT State Solo & Ensemble at Milwaukee Spring Band Concert Arts Festival Spring Elementary Musical Spring Vocal Concert (MS & HS & Swing) Memorial Day Parade

All concerts subject to change.. Any changes will be listed in the Kohler Times.


APRIL, 2008


Kohler Booster Club concessions stand update from the “Concession Stand Queen”
Well, we have just one season left to go this year for the concession stand and I thought it was time for an update. I will be honest with you. I was very nervous taking over the concession this year. I had some mightly big shoes to fill. Well guess what, I had a great time. There were so many volunteers to help and I never felt I was on my own. We had a very successful Soccer season for the concession stand (one I didn’t think we would have as I was concerned who was going to run it). I also had great people help out through the bitter cold football season. There were times during the fall when we had both the volleyball and the soccer or JV Football concession stand open and it went very well. The basketball season really was outstanding. The JV parents helped during the varsity and the girl’s parents helped during the boys’ games and vice versa. When I would make the deposit the next day, I couldn’t help but think, if it wasn’t for the parents of this school, I couldn’t have done this. We finished off the inside concession stand season with the Solo Ensemble on Saturday, March 15. I was blown away with the amount of volunteers who stepped up to help. I believe there were a lot of introductions that day in the concession stand because people had not known each other before that time. That is what I feel made this season a success. I was a rookie at this whole thing and was foturnate to have many veterans help me and many rookies take on the challenge. I wish I could thank everyone individually but that would take up this whole paper. So you know who you are – Thank you. And for those of you who didn’t get the opportunity to help this year, you are always welcome next year. I think a lot of people found it wasn’t so scary on the other side of the counter and it was fun too. One big thank you is to JENI RYDZ and her many e-mailings she did for me to round up volunteers. I know she is very busy and if it wasn’t for her taking time out of her day to help me, I think my job would have been very stressful. So Thank You Jeni!!!!! To finish off the year, we have 4 home track meets. I will not be able to help out much as I help with the timing. I will be able to help with the set-up but once the meet starts, I will have to leave. Remember, if you have kids in the meet you can always leave the stand to support your kids during their events. Please contact me at if you are available, or call me at 458-6674. The dates are Thursday, April 10th: Tuesday, April 15th, Tuesday, April 22nd, and the big one Friday, April 25th. So now look yourself in the mirror and smile, as a volunteer of the Kohler Booster Club Concession Stand you can be proud because YOU DID IT FOR THE KIDS!!!!!! Sincerely, Lisa M Bocchini Concession Stand Queen

Girls 7th & 8th Volleyball
Date Monday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Date Mar. 10 Mar. 18 Mar. 20 Apr. 01 Apr. 03 Opponent @ Howards Grove High School @ Elkhart Lake High School Sheboygan South High School @ Oostburg High School Random Lake High School Place Howards Grove High School Elkhart Lake High School Kohler High School Oostburg High School Kohler High School Gym Time 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM

Girls Varsity Softball
Date Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Friday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Friday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Date Apr. 02 Apr. 08 @ Apr. 10 @ Apr. 11 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 29 May. 01 May. 02 May. 03 May. 06 May. 08 May. 13 May. 15 May. 20 May. 22 May. 22 Opponent Living Word Lutheran Cedar Grove High School Stockbridge High School Oostburg High School @ Howards Grove High School Elkhart Lake High School Cedar Grove High School Lutheran High Invite Stockbridge High School @ Oostburg High School Howards Grove High School @ Elkhart Lake High School @ Cedar Grove High School @ Stockbridge High School @ Sheboygan Falls Tournament Oostburg High School @ Howards Grove High School Elkhart Lake High School @ Regionals @ Regionals @ Regionals @ Regionals Place Wildwood Softball Field Cedar Grove High School Stockbridge High School Wildwood Softball Field Howards Grove High School Wildwood Softball Field Wildwood Softball Field Wildwood Softball Field Wildwood Softball Field Oostburg High School Wildwood Softball Field Elkhart Lake High School Cedar Grove High School Stockbridge High School Sheboygan Falls Tournament Wildwood Softball Field Howards Grove High School Wildwood Softball Field Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Time 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 10:00AM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 10:00AM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM TBA TBA TBA TBA

Middle School Tennis (Coed)
Date Thursday Friday Thursday Saturday Monday Saturday Date Apr. 17 May. 02 May. 08 May. 10 May. 12 May. 17 Opponent Manitowoc Lutheran High School @ Manitowoc Lutheran High School Two Rivers High School @ Tennis Quad Green Bay @ Two Rivers High School @ Conference Meet in Green Bay Place Kohler High School Manitowoc Lutheran High School Kohler High School Tennis Quad Green Bay Two Rivers High School Conference Meet in Green Bay Time 4:00PM 4:00PM 3:30PM 9:00AM 4:00PM 9:00AM

Middle School Track (Coed)
Date Thursday Thursday Monday Tuesday Date Apr. 24 May. 01 May 5 May. 13 Opponent Ozaukee High School Oostburg High School Elkhart Lake @ Cedar Grove High School Place Kohler High School Kohler High School Kohler High School Cedar Grove High School Time 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00 PM 4:00PM Date Friday Saturday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Monday Saturday Date Apr. 04 Apr. 05 Apr. 10 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 29 May. 06 May. 08 May. 12 May. 17

Varsity Tennis (Boys)
Opponent Kohler Tennis Quad Kohler Tennis Quad @ Sheboygan Falls High School Plymouth High School @ Waupun High School @ Shorewood Invite @ Shorewood Invite Two Rivers High School @ Kewaunee High School @ Greendale Invite @ Greendale Invite Chilton High School Kewaskum High School @ Roncalli High School @ Kewaunee Quad @ University School -- Wildcats Invite Place Kohler Sports Core Kohler High School Sheboygan Falls High School Tennis Courts Waupun High School Shorewood Invite Shorewood Invite Tennis Courts Kewaunee High School Greendale Invite Greendale Invite Tennis Courts Tennis Courts Roncalli High School Kewaunee Quad University School -- Wildcats Invite Time 3:30PM TBA 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 2:00PM 8:00AM 4:00PM 4:00PM 3:00PM 9:00AM 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 8:00AM

Varsity Golf (Boys)
Date Wednesday Friday Saturday Monday Friday Saturday Monday Friday Monday Wednesday Monday Thursday Date Apr. 16 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 21 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 28 May. 02 May. 05 May. 07 May. 12 May. 15 Opponent Sheboygan Co Christian High Sch Elkhart Lake High School @ Platteville Invitational @ Cedar Grove High School @ Howards Grove High School @ Sheboygan County Invite at The Bull Oostburg High School @ Stockbridge High School Random Lake High School @ Lutheran High School (Sheboygan) @ Ozaukee High School @ Conference Meet Place Kohler High School Kohler High School Platteville Invitational Cedar Grove High School Howards Grove High School Sheboygan County Invite at The Bull Kohler High School Stockbridge High School Kohler High School Lutheran High School (Sheboygan) Ozaukee High School Conference Meet Time 4:00PM 4:00PM 9:00AM TBA TBA 10:30AM 4:00PM TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Varsity Soccer (Girls)
Date Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Monday Thursday Monday Tuesday Saturday Monday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Monday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Date Apr. 01 Apr. 03 Apr. 08 Apr. 10 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 19 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 Apr. 28 May. 01 May. 05 May. 06 May. 10 May. 12 May. 13 May. 15 May. 17 May. 19 May. 20 May. 22 May. 24 May. 29 May. 31 Opponent Place Racine Lutheran Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field Howards Grove High School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field Oostburg High School Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field @ Random Lake High School Random Lake High School @ Valley Christian Valley Christian @ Ozaukee High School Ozaukee High School 5:30PM @ Martin Luther High School Sheboygan Co Christian High Sch @ Cedar Grove High School @ Howards Grove High School @ Oostburg High School @ Living Word Lutheran Random Lake High School @ Central WI Christian Tournament Ozaukee High School Sheb. @ Green Bay New Lutheran @ Sheboygan Co Christian High Sch Living Word Lutheran Sheb. Valley Christian Sheb. Cedar Grove High School Sheb. @ Regionals @ Regionals @ Sectionals @ Sectionals Martin Luther High School TBA Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field Cedar Grove High School 7:00PM Howards Grove High School Oostburg High School 7:00PM Living Word Lutheran Sheb. Lutheran Soccer Field Central WI Christian Tournament Lutheran Soccer Field Green Bay New Lutheran Sheboygan Co Christian High Sch Lutheran Soccer Field 11:00AM Lutheran Soccer Field Lutheran Soccer Field Regionals Regionals Sectionals Sectionals Time 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM

Varsity Track (Coed)
Date Date Thursday Apr. 03 Tuesday Apr. 08 Thursday Apr. 10 Tuesday Apr. 15 Saturday Apr. 19 Tuesday Apr. 22 Friday Apr. 25 Saturday Apr. 26 Tuesday Apr. 29 Wednesday Apr. 30 Friday Tuesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Monday Thursday Friday Saturday May. 02 May. 06 May. 08 May. 12 May. 13 May. 19 May. 22 May. 30 May. 31 Opponent @ Track Triangular @ Random Lake @ Track Triangular @ Cedar Grove Track Triangular Track Triangular @ Reedsville Invite Track Quad Glenn Funk Invite @ Lutheran Invite @ Cedar Grove @ Conference Relays @ Howards Grove @ Conference Relays @ Howards Grove*Rain Date @ Hilbert Invite @ Track Triangular @ Ozaukee @ Frosh-Soph Meet @ Random Lake @ Conference Meet @ Cedar Grove @ Conference Meet @ Cedar Grove *Rain Date @ Regionals @ Sectionals @ State @ State Place Track Triangular @ Random Lake Track Triangular @ Cedar Grove Kohler High School Kohler High School Reedsville Invite Kohler High School Kohler High School Lutheran Invite @ Cedar Grove Conference Relays @ Howards Grove Conference Relays @ Howards Grove*Rain Date Hilbert Invite Track Triangular@ Ozaukee Frosh-Soph Meet @ Random Lake Conference Meet @ Cedar Grove Conference Meet @ Cedar Grove *Rain Date Regionals Sectionals State State Time 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 10:00AM 4:00PM 3:30PM 11:00AM 3:15PM 3:15PM 4:00PM 4:00PM 3:30PM 3:30PM 3:30PM TBA TBA TBA TBA

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2008 Koher High School State Music Festival Qualifiers
On March 15th, Kohler music students participated in the WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Festival. Results were fantastic! Because of limited space only the first place results are listed. Congratulations to all participants! Class C Sax Duet: Katelyn VanTreeck & Amy VanTreeck, Piano Solo: Sydney Yang, Jazz Strings Improvisation: Jordan Kusel, MS Brass Choir, MS Woodwind Choir, Piano Solo: Katelyn VanTreeck, Oboe: Rachel O’Keefe, Violin Solo: Jessica Dyksterhouse, Instrumental Jazz Improvisation: Ray Venn, Piano Solo: Andrew Goodell, Trumpet Solo: Ben Steinert, Piano Duet: Sydney Yang & Dyksterhouse, Snare Drum Solo: Nicole Beine, Drum Set Solo: Brendan Schneider, Drum Set Solo: Peter Nebel, Soprano Vocal Solo: Katie Anderson, Alto Vocal Solo: Shelby Homiston, Vocal Duet: Alex Rodriegez, Madeline Kelly, Natalie Westphalen & Abby Patterson, Vocal Duet: Christina Lindstrom & Kendall Wolf, Vocal Trio: Alex Mauer, Serena Yang & Kelsey Jordan, Flute Duet: Kendal Wolf & Claire Hillstrom, Vocal Duet: Natalie Kukla & Megan Christiansen, Tenor Vocal Solo: Ben Steinert, Vocal Duet: Ben Steinert & Greg Suralik , Alto Vocal Solo: Madeline Kelly, Euphonium Solo: Logan Jones, Vocal Duet: Megan Romanoski & Jordan Scheuren , Vocal Duet: Liz Beaudette & Katie Anderson. Class B Bb Clarinet: Lily Proudman, Flute Solo: Lily Zehfus, Piano Solo: Danielle Hart, Bb Clarinet Solo: Erin Johnson, Clarinet Trio: Erin Johnson, Lily Proudman & Christina Lindstrom, Clarinet Duet: Katie Stastny & Madeline Wenberg, Piano Solo: Ryan Tengowski, Trumpet Solo: Ryan Tengowski, Trumpet Solo: Melyssa Louwaugie, Trumpet Solo: Peter Cope, Trumpet Solo: Andrew Goodell, Tenor Vocal Solo: AJ Bocchini, Piano Solo: Lily Zehfus, Alto Saxophone Solo: Jordan Kusel, Piano Solo: Matt Dyksterhouse, Baritone Vocal Solo: Frank Marzano, Flute Solo: Kim Lammers, Alto Sax Solo: Kira Miller, Piano Duet: Ryan Tengowski & Kim Lammers, Soprano Vocal Solo: Lizzy Diehl, Flute/Oboe Duet: Holly & Lily Zehfus, Violin Solo: John Benishek, Classical Guitar Solo: Caley Hildebrand, Piano Solo: Amy VanTreeck, Clarinet Quartet: Erin Lammers, Brenna Hogan, Lauren Henderson & Alex Mauer. Trombone Duet: Eric Mehoke & Jameson Dickert, Violin Duet: John & Anne Benishek, Violin Solo: Hannah Fenton, Flute Solo: Christina Kusel, Snare Drum Solo: Christina Leffel. Class A Jazz Ensemble I, Oboe Solo: Holly Zehfus, Piano Solo: Colin Johnson, Piano Solo: Erin Lammers, Lever Harp Solo: Mary Molepske, Brass Quartet: Mark Nebel, Brandon Tomlin, Emily Kunst, Caley Hildebrand, Soprano Vocal Solo: Heidi Weinaug, Tenor Vocal Solo: Jordan Kusel, Tenor Vocal Solo: Colin Johnson, Alto Vocal Solo: Angela Fiorini, Tenor Vocal Solo: Mark Nebel, Tenor Vocal Solo: Markus Anderson, Piano Duet: Markus Anderson & Erin Lammers, Trumpet Duet: Mark Nebel & Colin Johnson, Tenor Vocal Solo: Jade Landry, Soprano Vocal Solo: Caley Hildebrand, Musical Theater Vocal Solo: Steven Esche, Soprano Vocal Solo: Brenna Hogan, Musical Theater Vocal Solo: Brenna Hogan, Vocal Duet: Katie Stastny & Sarah Bick, Vocal Duet: Holly Zehfus & Danielle Dyksterhouse. Class A State [Qualified for State Festival] Kohler Swing Choir, Kohler Madrigal Singers, Alto Saxophone Solo: Jordan Kusel, Alto Saxophone Solo: Charlie Reinertsen, Musical Theater and Soprano Vocal Solo - Erika Farwig, Soprano Vocal Solo, Music Theater & Bassoon Solo: Jessica Patterson, Alto Saxophone Solo & Classical Guitar Solo: Charlie Reinertsen, Piano Solo - Markus Anderson, Soprano Vocal Solo, Music Theater Vocal Solo, Flute Solo, Alto Flute Solo & Bass Flute Solo - Lili Giertz, Tenor Vocal Solo - Ryan Stefanczyk, Vocal Duet Tucker Barrie & Carli Roberts, Vocal Duet - Erika Farwig & Carli Roberts, Alto Saxophone Solo & Classical Guitar Solo: Jordan Kusel, Vocal Duet: Rachel O’Keefe & Markus Anderson, Vocal Solo: Lauren Drury, Alto Vocal Solo & Music Theater Vocal Solo: Danielle Dyksterhouse, Music Theater Solo: Carli Roberts, Soprano Vocal Solo & Music Theater Vocal Solo: Rachel O’Keefe, Soprano Vocal Solo: Katie Stastny, Soprano Vocal Solo & Music Theater Vocal Solo: Ashley Neerhof, Music Theater Vocal Solo: Mark Nebel. Special thanks to Mrs. Kukla, Mrs. Hucke, Mrs. Hildebrand, Mrs. Billman, Ms. Hoffmann, Ms. Howley, Candice Griffith, Mrs. Mueller, Mrs. Phillips, and Mrs. Reinertsen for accompanying many of the student performances.

State Music Festival Qualifiers

The Kohler Madrigal Singers were among many groups that performed at the 4th Annual Unity Musical Festival on March 1, 2008 at the Stephanie Weill Center in Sheboygan. Cancer survivor Mary Ann Waldbauer assembled a spectacular evening of live performances, a silent and live auction, raffles, and a gala appetizer buffet for larger sponsors. One hun-

Kohler Madrigal Singers sing Kohler High School choir at the Unity Musical Festival sings for the 2008 National Sales Banquet Meeting awards banquet
dred percent of all proceeds, including the talent, was given to the Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund, which helps provide quality of life for patients struggling with financial hardships due to cancer. This year’s festival raised over $27,000. Next year’s Unity Musical festival is scheduled for April 18, 2009 at the Weill Center. Reserve the date – you won’t want to miss it. The 2008 National Sales Meeting Awards Banquet for Plumbing Americas Sales took place on January 27, 2008. The Kohler High School Choir performed for the 400 Kohler field sales executives and management as well as corporate executives. Awards were awarded to the top Sales performers for 2007. This meeting is held every other year in Kohler. The choir’s performance was well received. The choir closed the evening with the Kohler Fight Song.

Photo by Jeff Pederson – The Sheboygan Falls News/Plymouth Review

Photo – Kohler Co.


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Kohler chess teams score
The newly formed Kohler Chess Club brought home the first trophies ever earned in chess for the school from the Wisconsin Grade Level Championships. The event was held on Saturday, March 1, 2008 in Milwaukee. The competition was sponsored by the Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation (WSCF) and was open to students throughout the State. Nearly 300 students, grades kindergarten through 12th grade, competed for the honor of being the State Champion at their grade level. The day long event had each player matched against students of the same grade in five separate rounds of play. The Kohler team of Christian Pieper and Trent Stock brought home the 3rd place trophy for 1st grade, and the team of Molly Delahunt, Cole Kukla, and Jacob Porter carried home the 4th place trophy for sixth grade. Individual place medals were won by Christian Pieper for 10th place in 1st grade, Tim Valicenti for 4th place in 7th grade, and Stephen Delahunt for 12th place in 8th grade. Medals were also awarded to Sean Delahunt, Wesley Myers, Allison Pieper, Brady Stefanzyk, and Madelyn Weiland, who all proved to be formidable competitors. were eligible to compete at State. Three to five rounds were played by each grade level. First place winners in the Kohler School tournament were: JK Dominick Campione, SK Ty Uselding, 1st Christian Pieper, 2nd tie Joey Coppersmith and Cameron Uselding, 3rd Brady Stefanczyk, 4th Sean Delahunt, 5th Ben Madigan, 6th Nick Hoepfner, 7th Tim Valecenti, 8th Stephen Delahunt, and 10th Adam Kellner. Not all of these qualifiers were able to attend the State competition due to personal scheduling conflicts. In previous competitions this season, place medals were earned by Christian Pieper for 25th place in the K-3rd division at University School of Milwaukee, and by Logan Wright for 14th place in the K-6th division at Sheboygan Christian. The Kohler Chess Club will be so-sponsoring with the WSCF a Chess Tournament open to all chess players grades K-12th at Kohler Schools on Saturday, April 12th , 2008. Tournament information and registration may be obtained on-line at

Getting to Know KHS Seniors
by AJ Bocchini

Molly Delahunt plays a game of chess while Kohler team players cheer her on.

Grant Schumann

Throughout the day a FIDE Master Chess instructor individually tested players on the requirements to earn certificates at various levels of chess skill and knowledge. The first level Pawn Certificate was earned by Kohler students Sean Delahunt, Wesley Myers, Christian Pieper, Jacob Porter, and Trent Stock. Each of them were advanced to the Knight level of WSCF Chess School study. Students from Kohler qualified for the State Tournament by placing in the all school Kohler Grade Level Championship held in February. The first place winner and four team members from each grade

This month I will highlight Kohler High School senior, Grant Schumann. I’m sure you’ll enjoy getting to know him. How many years have you been a student at Kohler Schools? I have been here my whole life. What extra-curricular activities were you involved in? I was involved in track. What did you enjoy the most about track? I liked running and I liked my teammates. What is your favorite class? My favorite class is Lifetime Sports. What is your best memory at Kohler School? My best memory was when Jason Noyes pulled the chain-link fence and I fell and skinned my chin. What will you miss most about Kohler School? I will miss hanging out with my friends and the teachers. What are your plans after high school? My plans include going to college and working.
Kohler Chess team participants in the State Grade Level Chess Championship: front row Wesley Myers, Sean Delahunt, Allison Pieper, Brady Stefanczyk, Madelyn Weiland, Trent Stock, and Christian Pieper. Back row: Stephen Delahunt, Tim Valicenti, Jacob Porter, Molly Delahunt, Cole Kukla and coach Katie Delahunt.

If you’re going to college, do you have any particular ones in mind that you would like to attend? What will you major in? I will be attending Moraine Park Technical College. I will be majoring in Automotive Technology. Do you know what you would like to do after college/high school? I would like to get a job in an automotive shop. If you had an hour to do anything you wanted, what would you do? I would spend the time with my entire family. Where do you see yourself 20 years from now?

First graders Christian Pieper and Trent Stock win 3rd place team trophy.

Sixth graders Molly Delahunt, Cole Kukla and Jacob Porter with 4th place team trophy.

I hope to own my own automotive tuning company or work for GM.

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Fifth graders participate in “Battle of the Books”
Congratulations to the 5th graders who participated in Kohler Elementary School’s annual “Battle of the Books” on March 6th. The following teams received medals 1st Place - Reading Rats Dominic Bocchini John Tengowski Mikaela Bolker Stella Magsetro 2nd Place - Golden Lobsters Zia Harriot Ben Van Zeeland Christianna Myers Megan Conklin Aidan Hogan 3rd Place - Book Beetles Adrienne Ahlborg Patrick Marzano Lily Hart Sarah Sutherland

A special awards ceremony was held on March 20 to honor the 2008 Kohler Middle School “State Battle of the Books Team. Pictured above from left: Mr. Schad (Advisor) - Kendall Wolf, Lily Zehfus, Sydney Yang, Katelyn VanTreek, Kristina Kusel.

Amy Giffin, a graduate of Kohler High School class of 2006, paid a visit to the Kohler Elementary Library in March. Amy shared stories with elementary classes in honor of “Read Across America”

Thank you for supporting the Kohler Wellness Program, committed to health and nutritional education.

Kohler Wellness Program launches new website
The Kohler Wellness Program has a new informational website for parents, teachers, and students to peruse all of the latest health news. The Wellness Program opted to create the website as a means for communication. It includes detailed information including new early-release activities for the students, recipes, links to Kohler School Friends and Kohler School District websites, and a link to the current lunch menu. The website also features updates, upcoming programs or activities, and volunteer opportunities within the Wellness Program. Many parents may be interested in reading the approved portions of the Wellness Policy. The Wellness Policy is available to the public, and as each section is approved by the School Board, it will be posted on the website. This makes the information easily accessible for parents who have questions regarding the policy and any of the changes made to the curriculum, activities, or school meal planning as a result of the policy. As parents of Kohler students may have noticed, the new Wellness Program imparts health information on myriad subjects – not just food. The Wellness Program’s mission states: “[Our mission is] to work cooperatively with school personnel, food service, students, parents and community members to find ways to improve the nutritional environment, physical activity opportunities, and other issues related to health and well being in the Kohler School District. The Program supports academic success through education and practices that promote students who are fit, healthy and ready to learn.” Working cooperatively includes making new information or changes readily available to the entire Kohler community as soon as possible. The fastest way to reach such a large audience effectively is to post it on this website. Check out the new website to learn the benefits of yoga in schools, find out the early-release activities for the coming months, or get ideas on feeding your children healthier snacks. Getting our kids active is a key ingredient to overall well being. As parents and members of the community, striving to keep our children and families involved is important. The Kohler Wellness website makes it easier to help our children stay fit, healthy, and ready to learn. Check out the new website at Your questions or ideas are welcome at

Bad Habits That Are Good For You
1.) Lose Your TemperBlowing up at someone is actually not healthy, but spending 15 minutes to write down your feelings IS healthy. Writing (as opposed to typing) is shown to have a greater impact on positive health. Then shred the paper and toss it. Studies show that people who practice this technique sleep better and have the blues less often. 2.) Soak up the SunThe blue wavelength in broad-spectrum light elevates serotonin levels, helping to alleviate depression and elevates your mood. You can achieve this by exercising outdoors or by putting a broad-spectrum lightbulb in rooms where you spend a lot of time. 3.) Talk to YourselfCreate an upbeat chant that you can repeat easily, i.e. “All will be fine,” “I am fine,” “Things are good,” whatever works for you is best. At first say the chant quietly to yourself or out-loud when you are happy. You are training your brain to associate the chant with good feelings. Then when you are upset, when you say or think the chant, you will recall the good feelings and it will calm you down rapidly. Studies have shown that this works. (Taken from Dr. Bruce S. Rabin, M.D., PhD., Medical Director of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Healthy Lifestyle Program).

Early Release Activities for April and May are:
April 9th from 1-2:00 PM Open Gym (grades JK-2) Children accompanied by their parents are invited to use the H.S. gym from 1-2:00 PM, for activities such as basketball, football, soccer, and Frisbee. Kayaking & Canoeing (grades 3-6) Join us at Camp Y-Koda for an hour of kayaking fun. Learn the techniques of kayaking from the experts, and then get ready to test your skills on the open waters. Class size is limited to 30 kids. Fee $2.85. Transportation to and from Camp Y-Koda is the responsibility of the parent; however, they need not stay for the activity. May 14th from 1-3 PM Rock Climbing Wall (must be age 10 or over to participate) Join us at Camp Y-Koda for two hours of rock wall climbing. Learn the “ropes” from the pros, and then get ready to test your skills on the wall. Class size is limited to 30 kids. Fee $5.00. Transportation to and from Camp Y-Koda is the responsibility of the parent; however, they need not stay for the activity. Questions? Contact Suzanne at


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KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY LOCATION: Kohler Public Library is housed with the school library in the school building at 333 Upper Road.

of her back legs and uses wheels instead. Barbara will talk about Frankie and describe how she deals with her challenges. She will also have copies of her book Frankie the Rock ‘N Roll Dog to sell and sign. You can learn more about Frankie and Barbara at their website STORYTIME: Thursdays at 10:30 Includes stories and a craft based on a theme. GOING ON VACATION??? LET US HELP YOU!!! Please let Erin know if you or your family is planning a vacation for the upcoming year. The library would be happy to purchase travel guides specific for your destination. Stop in, or email NEW MATERIALS: Please call 459-2923 or email Erin at if you have suggestions of items to purchase for the library. BOOKS Fiction Another Thing to Fall Lippman Betrayal Lescroart Capitol Conspiracy Bernhardt Change of Heart Picoult Dakota Grimes The First Patient Michael Palmer The Girl Who Stopped Swimming Joshilyn Jackson Killer Heat Linda Fairstein The Killing Ground Jack Higgins Lady Killer Lisa Scottoline Mary Mary James Patterson Remember Me? Sophie Kinsella Rhett Butler’s People McCaig Stranger in Paradise Robert Parker Strangers in Death JD Robb The Woman Who Wouldn’t Gene Wilder DVD Waitress The Game Plan The Ten


Monday-Thursday: 8am-8:30pm Friday: 8am-8:30pm Sunday 1-4pm

April 2008
KOHLER PUBLIC LIBRARY LOCATION: Kohler Public Library is housed with the school library in the school building at 333 Upper Road. SPRING HOURS: Monday—Thursday: 8am-8:30pm Friday: 8am—5pm Sunday 1—4pm LIBRARY PARKING SPOTS Just a reminder that library parking spots are for library patrons only. Please don’t park there if you are dropping off or picking up your kids, or attending an after school events. Tickets will be issued if you are parked there illegally. This policy is to ensure that elderly patrons and patrons with small kids don’t have to park at the back of the parking lot. SPECIAL PROGRAMS FRANKIE THE ROCK ‘N ROLL DOG... ...and her owner, Barbara will appear at the Kohler Public Library on April 16 at 2pm. The show is geared towards younger kids, but public of all ages is encouraged to attend. Frankie is a dog who has no use

Elizabeth the Golden Age Gone Baby Gone We Own the Night Martian Child No Reservations Rendition Michael Clayton American Gangster The Hunting Party Margot at the Wedding Beowulf Darjeeling Limited Nancy Drew Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium Into the Wild Bee Movie Dan in Real Life Awake 30 Days of Night August Rush No Country for Old Men Things We Lost in the Fire Tin Man Play With Me Sesame Sleuth 3 Pigs and a Baby Loaded Midsomer Murders series

Ronald McDonald visits Kohler
Ronald McDonald came to visit the Kohler Elementary Students to talk about Friendship. He encouraged the children to develop good friendships with each other and with their teachers. Pictured: Ronald, Mrs. Neurohr, Anthony Krier, Ronald with Jordan Schipper

Pets of the month at the Sheboygan County Humane Society
See all the Humane Society’s adoptable pets at
Visit the Sheboygan County Humane Society at: 3107 N. 20th St. Sheboygan, WI 53083 920-458-2012 Shelter hours: Monday: Noon - 4:30p.m. Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30p.m. Wed. & Fri.: Noon - 4:30p.m. Saturday: Noon - 4:00p.m. Closed Sundays. The Humane Society offers discount adoption rates on adult cats. Please help us end pet overpopulation in Sheboygan County, please SPAY and NEUTER your pets.

C8-02-0096 – Everybody needs a Buddy and I need one more now than ever. I’m homeless! I am a neutered male and I am four years old. I was surrendered to the humane society because my people couldn’t afford to feed me anymore. Times are hard and I miss not having a home. Please adopt me.

D8-03-120 – I’m a 15-year-old Yorkshire Terrier. I was surrendered from a home that was overrun with animals. My owner no longer wanted me, so I am waiting for a new home with loving people that will care for me in my senior years. I am still very cute and very good and I have lots of love to give. Will you consider me?

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Village Meetings Scheduled for April 4/3 Public Library Board 4:00 pm (at Library) 4/9 Tourism Promotion & Development Committee 8:00 am 4/10 Plan Commission 4:30 pm 4/14 Property Committee 4:45 pm 4/14 Finance Committee 6:00 pm 4/21 Village Board 7:00 pm All meetings are held at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated. FROM CLERK/TREASURER LAURIE LINDOW Spring Election Tuesday, April 1 The Spring Election will be held Tuesday, April 1. The polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at the Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Voter registration is required to vote in the Election. If you are not already registered, you can register on Election Day at the polls or by stopping in the ClerkTreasurer’s office during regular business hours to complete a registration form. You will need your Wisconsin driver’s license number or state ID number. If registering on Election Day you will need to provide proof of residence. An acceptable form of proof of residence includes a current and complete name and residential address. Some examples are: WI driver’s license or ID card; residential lease; real estate tax bill; utility service statement. Other Election Dates for 2008 are September 9 - Partisan Primary and November 4 - General Election. For more information about voter registration, absentee voting and upcoming elections, contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at 920459-3873. Water Rate Increase The Kohler Water Utility received a rate increase for purchasing water from the Sheboygan Water Utility. This increase is being passed along to the Kohler Water Utility rates as approved by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW). The new rates will go into effect for utility customers on March 15, 2008, and will appear on the June 2008 bills. The average water bill customer with a 5/8inch meter who uses 2,500 cubic feet of water per quarter will increase from $50.75 to $55.94.
Quarterly Service Charge Old Rate 5/8-inch meter $22.00 ¾-inch meter $22.00 1-inch meter $27.00* 1¼”-inch meter $32.00 1½-inch meter $57.00 2-inch meter $93.00 3-inch meter $186.00 4-inch meter $282.00 6-inch meter $561.00 8-inch meter $792.00 10-inch meter $1,185.00 12-inch meter $1,566.00 New Rate $22.69 $22.69 $27.85* $33.00 $58.78 $95.91 $191.81 $290.80 $578.51 $816.72 $1,221.98 $1,614.86

News and notices from the Village departments Also visit

FROM POLICE CHIEF WILLIAM RUTTEN Back in Black (and White) The Kohler Police Department has purchased its new squad for this year. The squad is a black and white 2008 Dodge Charger V6 from Sheboygan Chrysler. The Dodge was less expensive than the Crown Victoria this year, which only comes in a V8. The Charger has more horsepower and much better gas mileage, which should save the Village about $1,500 a year. The vehicle purchased was all black for better resale value and was wrapped in white vinyl on the doors. Vinyl Graphics from Oostburg did the doors and the decals for less than the old decal scheme was alone. The Charger stands out and I have received many good comments about it. The Charger is a very good vehicle for being a squad car, including stability control and other safety features. Deer Abatement Update The Kohler Police Department has stopped the deer abatement program for the spring. The Village was able to cull 24 deer from the herd, giving all the deer away to Village residents who were on our call list. The abatement program is designed to keep the herd in check and hopefully you have noticed a difference. Unfortunately there were areas that we were not able to get to this year, noticeably along CTH PP where deer are seen regularly. Just a reminder Drivers should be aware that the warmer weather will allow more and more bicycles and scooters to be out and about. Please be aware of the children when driving through the village. FROM PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT BRUCE NEERHOF Grass Clippings - Begins April 1, 2008 Village residents are encouraged to mulch as much of their grass clippings as possible. If this is not possible, grass clippings may be placed by the curbside on Tuesdays in a solid container, such as a bushel basket or garbage can, not to exceed 50 lbs. NO PLASTIC BAGS ARE ALLOWED. Yard Waste - Begins April 1, 2008 Yard waste is picked up on Tuesdays and must be placed in solid containers. Brush should be neatly piled in five-foot lengths. NO PLASTIC BAGS ARE ALLOWED. DO NOT RAKE GRASS, LEAVES OR DEBRIS INTO THE STREET. Reporting of Illicit Discharge It is a requirement in the Village of Kohler Storm water permit with the DNR to educate the Public on illicit discharges to the storm water system. An illicit discharge would be the dumping of any chemical, pet

waste, or hazardous substance into the street or a storm basin inlet. The substance would eventually make its way into the Sheboygan River causing a pollution hazard. To report an illicit discharge, please call the Public Works office at 459-3881. Garage Sale Signs One temporary “garage sale”or “for salesign shall be permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs located on public property will be removed by the Public Works Department or Police Department. FROM RECREATION DIRECTOR SUSIE WANDSCHNEIDER Village pool reopening April 7 The Village Crew has finished spiffing up the Pool and surrounding area. We are ready for you and your families to start enjoying the pool for the season. Open swim hours will be as follows: Weekends 2:30-4:30 pm beginning April 12 Tuesday and Thursday 4:30-6:30 pm beginning April 17 Lap swimming is available during all open swim times. There may be other programs happening, but there is always a space reserved for lap swimmers. Water in Motion - Beginning April 7 Monday-Wednesday-Friday 7:00 am This is an energizing experience in the shallow water. A cardio workout and muscle toning are the emphasis for this class. We encourage participants to wear water shoes, but they are not required. Ability to swim is not necessary. Please bring towels, shampoo and soap. Fee $1.00 for residents per session $2.00 for non-residents per session A card will be available for purchase at the pool. The cost will be $10.00 for 12 sessions for residents and $22.00 for non-residents. Deep Water Cardio and Abs - Beginning April 17 This class is held on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:15 pm. The participants in this class wear flotation belts for buoyancy. 25 minutes are cardio exercises, 20 minutes targeting specific muscle groups and 15 minutes are spent in the shallow water targeting the core muscles. You need not be a strong swimmer to take advantage of this class. The fee for this class is the same at the AM class. Job Openings There are still a few jobs open in the summer Recreation Programs. Please contact Susie Wandschneider at 458-9726 if you are interested in Summer Playground attendants or Cheerleading Clinic.

Take Me Fishing - Tentative date June 7 The Village Recreation Department will be conducting a workshop and fishing day at Woodlake. We have poles and tackle provided by La Crosse Park and Recreation Department Take Me Fishing grant program. We will be in need of volunteer parents, grandparents, and sportsmen and women from our community. If you have any interest or questions about this program, please call Susie Wandschneider, 458-9726. *****Baseball Programs - Registration forms for all baseball programs will be available at the Village Hall after April 1.***** Actions taken by the Village Board during their meeting on January 21, 2008: Approved installation of sub-metering of the tennis court lighting feeder, cost $2,590. Approved contracting with Tremco for consulting services and to put the Village Garage roof and Memorial Building masonry repair project out for bids. Approved purchasing a Ford F350 truck from Ewald, cost $29,287. Approved Operator’s Licenses as requested. Approved Resolution No. 2008-1, Adopting an Updated Village of Kohler Emergency Operations Plan and Authorizing the Village President and Village Clerk to Approve Expenditures Under a State of Emergency. Approved December 2007 Revenue & Expense report. Approved the following requests for Tourism Promotion & Development funds: Request from the Village of Kohler Police Department for reimbursement of Police Services not to exceed $850 related to a Duathlon to be held on September 13, 2008. Request from Village of Kohler Department of Public Works for 105 six-foot metal spinning flagpoles at a cost not to exceed $1,800. Request for partial funding of the 2008 Kohler Food & Wine Experience October 23-26, 2008, cost $70,000. Approved the Nathylie Oehl Ross Artwork agreement. Approved Laurie Lindow’s attendance at 2008 training/conferences as requested. Approved the Village of Kohler Service Recognition and Retirement Policy as amended.

Tom Leonhardt, President John Egan Thomas Gast Bill Kunst John Pethan Steve Reinbacher Oscar Ward Clerk-Treasurer Laurie Lindow Police Chief William Rutten Public Works Supt. Bruce Neerhof Fire Chief Mike Lindstrom Recreation Director Susie Wandschneider Librarian Erin Coppersmith

*1-inch meters installed before September 1, 1995, shall be charged the 5/8-inch meter rate. Plus Volume Charges Old Charge: $1.15 per 100 cubic feet New Charge: $1.33 per 100 cubic feet


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April Demonstration Kitchen
The chefs of Destination Kohler take center stage during the Demonstration Kitchen program featuring recipes and cooking tips on Saturdays at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler. Two sessions will be offered Saturdays at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. through April 26. All sessions are priced at $25 each, or attend with a companion at two for $40. The presentation will last approximately one hour. For reservations or more information call (920) 457-8000 and ask for Demonstration Kitchen reservations.

April 5 Sushi – Cooked and Raw with Executive Sous Chef Ryan Anderson April 12 Chocolates and Truffles – Secrets from the Craverie with Chocolatier Katie Schaub – Craverie April 19 The IQ of BBQ – Great BBQ Techniques and Ideas with Chef Benjamin Sommerfeldt – The Wisconsin Room April 26 Cooking with Vegetables with Group Director Culinary Arts Ulrich Koberstein – The American Club, Executive Sous Chef Ryan Anderson – The American Club, and Chef Paul Shimon – Cucina

Whether it’s raw, rolled or seafood-free, the Kitchens of Kohler chefs will please sushi skeptics and sushi lovers alike with new sushi offerings. Sushi is available at The Winery Bar located in The American Club or “to-go”from Woodlake Market.

Tuesday Tastes at Woodlake Market The Latest Tastes from Door County Tuesday, April 1 Atrium Café 6-7:30 pm Stone’s Throw Winery of Door County returns to Woodlake Market for the new Tuesday’s Tastes at Woodlake Market seminars. Winery representative Jason Kerstein will serve samples of new vintages from Stone’s Throw and offer a few tasty selections from its line of gourmet sauces and bread dippers. Discuss how to incorporate Stone’s Throw wines and gourmet food into your menus with Woodlake Market’s specialty food expert Scott Bennett. Tickets are available at the Woodlake Market Customer Service Center for $10 per person. Maximum seating of 32 people per session is on a firstcome, first-served basis. For additional information, contact the Woodlake Market wine department at 457-6570. Grand Opening Celebrations April 19 & 20 Panache – Seasonal merchandise and collectibles, Prize drawings, refreshments and more. Located next to Art Imig’s Clothiers in The Shops at Woodlake. Please call 920-4526662 for more information. With Child – Maternity and Baby Boutique Enter to win a Storksak Diaper Bag, receive a complimentary box of Preggie Pops with a $30 purchase (while supplies last) and refreshments. Located near Silk Road Oriental Rugs in The Shops at Woodlake. Please call 920-287-7611 for more information. In Celebration of Spring April 19 & 20 Enter to win Inspired Indulgences from The Shops at Woodlake. Visit any of the stores in The Shops at Woodlake for your chance to win the Inspired Indulgences prize package valued at over $1,250. Prize includes select items for the home and garden from The Shops at Woodlake and can be seen at Kohler Gardener. April 20 - 9am to 3pm Come to The American Club for the Springtime Marketplace and find a great selection of garden ornaments, tools, and spring-themed accessories, home decor, gifts and jewelry, as well as a wide variety of live plants. Breakfast with Tiffany’s at The American Club April 20 at 9:30am Enjoy a delicious plated breakfast and glass of champagne or mimosa with Amy Geer of Tiffany’s as she presents “Tiffany Now”. Guests will receive a special gift bag compliments of Tiffany’s. $25 per person. YOGA FOR MEN…and Women IMPROVE YOUR WORKOUT/GAME -HELP AVOID INJURIES This 5 week series led by Karen Puchalski, CYT, RYT, will focus on yoga postures that will help to improve efficiency in workouts, sports, and daily activities. Learn poses to build strength, flexibility and core power. Modifications as well as full poses will be mastered using principles of alignment. Take this opportunity to loosen up and get ready for summertime activities! Saturdays, April 19 to May 17 from 10:3011:30am Sports Core - Trend Room Fee: $50 Fitness Members/$60 Standard Members/$70 Guest Pre-register for this event at the Sports Core reception desk or call 4574444. An additional fee of $5 for registration at the door.

Blackstrap Terrapin
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates is pleased to introduce the Blackstrap Terrapin to the signature line of openfaced turtles. The Blackstrap Terrapin features blackstrap molasses, walnuts and dark raisins with Kohler Original Recipe’s 55% dark chocolate. The blackstrap molasses is a central part of a new caramel recipe that contrasts the Original Terrapin caramel in that it doesn’t contain any butter or cream. The molasses caramel is a unique experience with bold, earthy flavors. The Blackstrap Terrapin is available in the candy counter at the Craverie located in the Shops at Woodlake. Ten and six piece boxes are also available at the Craverie or online at The Blackstrap Terrapin is included in the Terrapin Variety Box in all sizes.

Blackstrap Terrapin

The Kohler Original Recipe Chocolate catalog is now available! To send a copy of the new catalog to friends, family, colleagues, customers, etc., please contact 920-208-4930 or email

Saturday, April 19th (rain date April 26th) Sports Core Registration table opens at 12:00 pm. Walk begins at 12:30 pm. Walk to support Maywood and make the earth a little greener. Become healthier, enjoy nature and have the option to pick up trash, and raise money for Maywood Environmental Park. Choose to walk from 1-5 miles along the Old Plank Trail. Several ways to register: Attend as a walker: Register before the event at the Sports Core Reception Desk or call 457-4444: $10 registration fee – walk along with Sports Core Fitness Staff, hike and enjoy nature $15 registration fee – take the walk and receive a recycle logo pin $25 registration fee – take the walk and receive a recycle logo “It’s Easy Being Green” tote bag Register at the door: $15 registration fee $20 registration fee – walk and receive a recycle logo pin $30 registration fee – walk and receive a logo tote bag Bags/gloves will be provided for those who wish to collect trash. Attend as a sponsor: As an individual give a monetary donation for Maywood. As a business, give a monetary donation for Maywood or donate snacks and/or water for walkers. Please make checks payable to Sports Core, Maywood may be added in Memo area. Please note that extra pins and tote bags may be purchased at the Sports Core Pro Shop. All proceeds will go to Maywood Environmental Park.

Belly Dancing Workshop Belly Dance originates from several Middle Eastern cultures, and is becoming a popular new form of exercise and self-expression. This workshop is designed for people who have little to no dance background, who want to find out more about belly dancing, and to determine if belly dancing is something they would enjoy. Students will have an opportunity to learn basic belly dance movements such as isolations of the head, arms, torso and hips, traveling steps, and the always popular Shops at Woodlake In-store Events shimmy. A small segment of an easy dance April 19 & 20 routine will be taught to help students apply Kohler Gardener – 30% off all Guy Wolff and the basic techniques they have learned during Ben Wolff pottery, for a limited time only. class. Scentualities – Complimentary Antonia’s Belly Dancing is aerobic and tones muscles Flowers signature soap with any Antonia’s you never knew you had. Learn to shake your Flowers perfume purchase. (While supplies hips, snake your arms, and undulate your last). torso making beautiful movements as you lisSu Casa – Artist Cassy Tully demonstrates ten to exotic music. Try something new and her original technique of combining historical exciting, shimmy into shape while you ceramic relief methods with modern acrylic increase your cultural awareness! paint. 10-11 am and 2-3 pm Saturday, April 26th from 10:30am to Noon Wisconsin Trader – Enter to win a Wisconsin Sports Core-Studio A Garden Gourmet food basket. Retail value $64. Pre-register: $16 Fitness Member - $19 Springtime Marketplace at The Standard Member - $23 Guest Day of: $21 American Club (previously named Spring Fitness Member - $24 Standard Member - $28 Garden Market) Guest Space is limited. Sign up at the Sports April 19-20, April 19 - 9am to 5pm, Core reception desk or call 920-457-4444.