Published Monthly In Kohler, WI 53044 Volume 3, Number 11

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Village preparing to implement
recommendations of new
comprehensive plan
After working with a consultant for over
a year, the Village adopted a new
Comprehensive Plan in October of 2007 to
update the previously existing Village
Master Plan, which was almost 30 years
old. Based upon input from Village resi-
dents via a survey distributed to every
household in 2006, as well as input from
key stakeholders and local officials, the
Comprehensive Plan contains 59 recom-
mendations for housing, transportation, util-
ities, community facilities, economic devel-
opment, natural and cultural resources, land
use, and intergovernmental relations.
Because such a large number of recom-
mendations would be difficult to implement
all at once, individual members of the Plan
Commission and Village Board, along with
the Strategic Long-Range Planning
Committee (which includes representatives
from Kohler Co. and Kohler Public
Schools) are currently in the process of
ranking the 59 recommendations on the
basis of whether they should be addressed
Cheers to 90 years! The American
Club celebrates anniversary in 2008
The American Club celebrates its 90th
anniversary this year and invites travelers,
village residents and historians alike to expe-
rience The American Club and the historic
aspects of the Kohler Co.
Dedicated June 23, 1918, The American
Club has had a significant place in the devel-
opment of Kohler Co. and the Village of
Kohler. Walter J. Kohler, Sr. founded this
Tudor-style building to provide lodging for
immigrant laborers who worked at Kohler
Co. Today, the hotel stands as a testament to
Kohler’s commitment to the people living in
the Village of Kohler and the people who
come to visit. The concept of gracious living
has long been a Kohler Co. mainstay, spread
by its innovative, world-famous bathroom
designs; a concept that also served as the
guiding force behind the 1981 renovations to
The American Club to transform the dormito-
ry to a luxury village inn. Each of the 240
rooms within The American Club is outfitted
in the Tudor style and contains a Kohler
whirlpool bath.
Complimentary Historic Hotel Tours in
June: Village of Kohler residents are wel-
come to participate in complimentary
Historic Hotel Tours. Tours are available at 2
p.m., Monday through Friday. Call for reser-
vations: 457-8000 x 55180.
Jazz in the Courtyard on June 20:
To further celebrate the anniversary, a Jazz in
the Courtyard evening celebration is planned
for Friday, June 20th from 6 to 8 p.m. in the
Gazebo Courtyard of The American Club.
This complimentary event will include a live
jazz band and an outdoor cash bar and grill.
Event is weather pending. Please call 920-
457-8000 for additional information.
Historic Wisconsin Room Dinner: Thursday
evenings from June 5 - October 30: Experience
a Wisconsin Room dinner reminiscent of the
typical Wisconsin foods of the period.
Wisconsin Room Restaurant Chef Benjamin
Sommerfeldt has created a celebratory three-
course prix fixe dinner for two guests including
biodynamic wine pairings. $90. Call for reser-
vations 457-8000.
90th Anniversary Package
Celebrate the anniversary with family and
friends at The American Club with the 90th
Anniversary Package: One night, two guests.
The package includes dinner in the Wisconsin
Room with gratuity included, complimentary
room upgrade, and discounted Kohler Waters
Spa services. May 1-June 6, 2008. Prices start at
$191.80 in celebration of the dedication of The
American Club in 1918. Call 920-457-8000.
Dedication of The American Club in 1918.
Walter Kohler, second from left, spoke from a balcony at the facility’s dedication in 1918.
Immediately, Mid-Term (2010-2012), Long-
Term (2012+), or are Not a Priority. The
rankings given by each member will be tab-
ulated in early June and the list of recom-
mendations will be ranked 1-59. The three
groups will meet jointly at 5:30 p.m. on
June 16 at the Village Hall to discuss the
results of the prioritization process and
what steps need to be taken to make
progress on the highest ranked recommen-
dations.
Village residents can view the list of
Plan recommendations on the Kohler
Villager website by clicking on the “Plan
Recommendations” link.
“We worked hard on the Plan and
received a lot of citizen input from the sur-
vey. No one wants to see the Plan sit on a
shelf and gather dust,” said Plan
Commissioner Lee Gumm.
“We’re looking for ways to be proac-
tive,” added Village President Tom
Leonhardt.
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Kids will create a wonderful, eco-friendly gift for Dad at this
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Session I: 11am-Noon U Session II: 1-2pm
Demonstration Kitchen at The Shops at Woodlake
Maximum of 30 children per session
Payment may be made on the day of the event
$12 per child
Contact Kohler Gardener
at 920-458-5570 to register
or for more details.
Registration is required by Thursday, June 12.
Located at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
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Oscar Ward accepts a plaque from Tom Leonhardt on behalf of the Village Board for his
many years of service as a Trustee for the Village of Kohler.
Oscar Ward recogni zed
for many years of servi ce
On April 21 Oscar Ward, attending his
final Village Board meeting as a Village
Trustee, was recognized for his many years
of service to Kohler Village.
Before moving to Kohler in 1966, Ward
served on the school boards for Willow
Springs Elementary (1959), and the
Hamilton-Sussex district. After moving to
Kohler, Ward served on the Kohler School
Board in the 1970’s, including a two-year
term as School Board President.
Ward retired in 1992 from Schultz Sav-
O Stores, Inc., (Piggly Wiggly) where he
was the Vice President of meat operations.
He was elected as Village Trustee for the
1995-97 term, served as Village Board
President from 1997-2005, and again as
Trustee from 2006-2008. He was a propo-
nent of public safety and services, and run-
ning an open, accessible government. He
supported funding school renovations, pro-
moted housing, and helped to expedite
processes needed for getting Deer Trace
Shopping Center going.
Ward said that while he misses his serv-
ice on the Village Board, he believes it’s
time for younger residents to step in and
bring fresh ideas to the table. He would
especially like to see women on the board.
Ward, who will soon turn 80, said he
will continue to be active in community
service, and is especially interested in help-
ing the Salvation Army. He said he may also
consider a future run for the County Board.
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Kohl er’ s Angel a Fi ori ni
recei ves f ul l schol ar shi p
t o Mi l waukee Bal l et
Milwaukee Ballet School, attended a
number of auditions for summer
intensive study this past winter.
She was accepted to American
Ballet Theater, Ballet Austin,
Milwaukee Ballet, and
Atlanta Ballet’s
summer intensive programs.
Angela most recently
performed with the pro-
fessional company of
The Milwaukee
Ballet in The
Nutcracker at the
Marcus Center
for Performing Arts in
Milwaukee throughout
the month of December, as
well as in the Milwaukee
Ballet School’s presenta-
tion of Coppelia earlier
this spring.
Kohler High
School junior
Angela Lisa Fiorini
has been honored by
the Milwaukee Ballet
faculty and the Greater
Milwaukee Foundation
as the recipient of the
Schomer Lichtner Scholarship.
This full tuition scholarship for
2008-2009 is awarded to a student
who has demonstrated serious dedi-
cation toward reaching their
artistic goals, and who exhibits
professional potential.
Angela will attend Atlanta
Ballet’s Summer Intensive
Program for five weeks this
summer. Angela was recog-
nized with a partial scholarship
to participate in the advanced level
program at the Atlanta Ballet’s Centre
for Dance Education in midtown
Atlanta.
Angela, who is an Academy student
in the pre-professional division at the
Kohl er
cel l i st wi ns
second
at st at e
compet it ion
Regina Luke, fifth grade homeschool-
er from Kohler, won second place play-
ing the cello in the Wisconsin Music
Teachers’Association state competition,
4th-6th grade division, held Saturday,
May 10 at the University of Wisconsin-
Marshfield.
WMTA students compete for place-
ment by performing three pieces from
different musical periods as well as by
taking a written music theory test. Regina
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Dear Amy,
Someone told me that the
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Is that true?
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The Scallions, made up of Kohler High students (l to r) Jordan Kusel, Mark Nebel, Charlie Reinertsen and Dominic
Gischia, perform at Launchpad 2008, held at Tosa East High School. Photo - Kelsey L. Fenton
Scallions heading to
state competition
The Scallions, an alternative rock band
made up of four Kohler High School stu-
dents, played to a winning finish at the
recent Launchpad 2008 regional competi-
tion held at Wauwatosa East High School.
Band members Charlie Reinertsen
(vocals/guitar/sax), Jordan Kusel
(vocals/guitar), Mark Nebel (bass) and
Dominic Gischia (drums) performed three
songs – two Scallions originals and a cover
of “Crazy Game of Poker” by O.A.R. Three
music industry professionals, all active
musicians in the Milwaukee area, were
impressed with their musicianship and “old-
school” style.
“We felt incredible about the show,” says
Reinertsen. “We got a ton of support from
the crowd, from our fans, and from people
in the other bands.” Asked about the state
competition, Reinertsen said, “There will be
some great bands there. We’re going to fine
tune some things in our songs and take our
performance up another notch.”
The state competition will be held at the
Memorial Union Theatre on the UW-
Madison campus on Saturday, June 21. The
competition begins at 4 p.m. and the
Scallions will go on at 8:35 p.m. Prizes
include the Les Paul Launchpad award,
named after the famed Wisconsin guitarist,
studio recording time, and a gig at
Summerfest.
The members of the band would like to
invite everyone to come and support them.
Tickets for the show are available through
band members or directly from the
Memorial Union Theatre at www.unionthe-
ater.wisc.edu. For more information about
Launchpad, visit their website at
www.launchpadwisconsin.org.
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Presented by
“Take me fishing”
event to be held at
Woodlake June 7
Wisconsin’s free fishing
weekend is June 7 and 8, and the
Kohler Village Recreation
Department will be conducting a
free workshop and fishing day at
Woodlake on June 7 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. (Follow the signs north-
west of The Inn on Woodlake).
Kids 6-12 years old are
invited and should be accompa-
nied by an adult. Poles and tackle
will be provided by the La Crosse
Park and Recreation Department
“Take Me Fishing” grant program.
Volunteers will provide
the opportunity to learn a variety
of basic techniques to get fishers started and
help them enjoy this lifetime activity. All
poles and bait will be provided.
There is no fee for this activity, but pre-
registration at the Village Hall is advised to
ensure that equipment will be available.
Registration forms are available at the
Kohler Village Hall. Volunteers will try to
do the demonstrations and techniques on the
hour.
Volunteer parents, grandparents, and
sportsmen and women are needed. Contact
Susie Wandschneider at 458-9726.
Every year Wisconsin sets aside a week-
end when no fishing license is required. All
of the waters of the state are open! This
event is designed to encourage families to
get out and fish together on Wisconsin
waters. Be sure to join the Kohler
Recreation Department at Woodlake.
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5th grade participants: Aidan Hogan, Zia Harriot, Katie Lindow
Fourth graders who participated in the 2008 Rockets for Schools Launch on May 7th in
Sheboygan. Front from left: Michael Chorowicz, Brett Friske, Elle Knowlton, Claudette Beane.
Back: Hunter Drury, Hunter Lewinski
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• Turn right at Design Center onto Highland Drive.
• Turn right onto Market Street.
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• Turn left on School Street.
• Turn left on West Park Lane.
• Turn right on Green Tree Road.
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Register today for the 2008 Race!
Saturday, June 14th, 2008 at 9:00 am
5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk
Registration forms are available
in the Kohler School OIfce
or online at www.kohlerschoolfriends.com
You know it is time to start
running when...
You try to do a few pushups and discover that
certain body parts refuse to leave the floor.
Your children look through your wedding album
and want to know who mom’s first husband was.
You get winded just saying the words, “10 kilo-
meter run.”
You come to the conclusion that, if God really
wanted you to touch your toes each morning, He
would have put them somewhere around your
knees.
You analyze your body honestly and decide what
you should develop first is your sense of humor.
You step on a talking scale and it says, “Come
back when you are alone.”
The Kohler Classic
June 14th, 2008
Registration forms available online at:
www.kohlerschoolfriends.com
“Those cars never
seem to stop
comin’. . . at the
car wash”
Outgoing Kohler Schools
Superintendent Jeff Dickert was among
school administration who offered to
wash cars of staff members as part of
Staff Appreciation Week.
Any staff member who dropped their
keys off in the school office went home
in a nice, clean car. Dickert said when he
drove the cars behind the school build-
ing for their washing, it was interesting
discovering which radio stations staff
members listen to.
Call Amy Gutschow for more information
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more than 450 pairs of shoes to “Soles 4 Souls.” There will be so many people
that will benefit from your generosity! Thank you, again. The only other thing
we can say is WOW, that’s a lot of shoes.
Feeding Friends in Need
Girl Scout Daisy Troop 8048 Is having a Food Drive!
May 14
th
–June 4
th
2008
Please donate non perishable food items.
Bins will be available in the hallway
outside the District Office
and also at the Village Hall
We appreciate your support!
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Kohler Seniors
There will be no seniors meeting for the month of June.
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.
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.
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OBI TUARI ES
Paul J. “Goldie”
Goldman, 83, of
7015 Superior Ave.,
Kohler, retired law
enforcement officer
with the Sheboygan
Police Department,
died shortly after
being admitted to
St. Nicholas Hospital on Tuesday, April
29, 2008. He suffered a stroke in March
and was currently a resident of the
Sheboygan Progressive Care Center.
Paul was born September 18, 1924
in Sheboygan to John and Pauline
(Mohr) Goldmann. Paul attended Trinity
Lutheran School before graduating
from Sheboygan Central High School,
Class of 1942.
During W.W. II Paul served his coun-
try in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS
Alex Diachenko in the Pacific Theater
of Operations.
Paul began his career as a law
enforcement officer with the Sheboygan
Police Dept. in July of 1949. Many will
remember Paul patrolling the down-
town on his motorcycle and leading
funeral processions to the cemetery.
After 39 years as a Sheboygan Police
Officer, Paul retired in April of 1988. In
the 1960’s Paul also worked part time
at Norm Voigt’s Standard Station locat-
ed near the H.C.Prange store.
On September 28, 1980 Paul mar-
ried Kathleen (Hueppchen) Preder of
Sheboygan.
Paul was a member of Bethany
Lutheran Church in Kohler.
Goldie was an avid bowler most
recently bowling in leagues at Maple
Lanes. Photography was his number
one passion. He won many awards
through the years for his skills in pho-
tography. Goldie would look forward to
the arrival of Spring to begin work in his
vegetable garden.
In addition to his wife, Kathy, Paul is
survived by a daughter, Laura (Duane)
Hohl of Portage, Wisconsin; a son, Jeff
(friend, Lynn) Goldmann of Sheboygan;
a step-son, Todd (Chris) Preder of
Sheboygan; a step-daughter, Tricia
(Derek) Powell of Belgium, Wisconsin;
and a sister, Elaine Fetting of Appleton.
Goldie is further survived by two very
special step-grandchildren, Samuel and
Malayna Preder of Sheboygan; his
father and mother-in-law, Harold and
Verna Hueppchen of Plymouth; and
other family members and friends.
In addition to his parents, Paul was
preceded in death by a son, Paul M.
Goldmann.
The public is invited to a special wor-
ship service at the Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Avenue, on Sunday, June 8th, at
10:00 A.M., sponsored by Reformation
Presbyterian Church. According to the pas-
tor, Dr. Frank J. Smith, this may very well
be the first Presbyterian church service ever
conducted in Kohler; and he noted that this
occasion “provides a good opportunity for
local residents to come and experience what
a Presbyterian worship service is all about.”
Pastor Smith stated, “We’re a young con-
Public invited to special
worship service in Kohler
gregation and we don’t have our own build-
ing as of yet, so we are meeting on a regu-
lar basis at the Holland Town Hall outside
of Cedar Grove. However, as we look to the
future and the possibility of obtaining our
own church building, and based on the fam-
ilies already involved in our congregation,
one of the places where we’ve considered
locating is Kohler.”
For further information, you may call
(920) 564-6501; or visit the church’s web
site at www.reformationpc.org.
Kohler graduates from Lakeland College
Lakeland College celebrated its 146th Commencement on May 4 with 848
graduates earning diplomas. A total of 425 students participated in the ceremony,
held in the Todd Wehr Athletic Center at Lakeland’s main campus in Sheboygan
County.
The college awarded 627 bachelor’s degrees and 221 graduate degrees. The
class included 669 graduates from Lakeland’s Kellett School of Adult Education
and 179 graduates from the college’s full-time program at its main campus in
Sheboygan County.
The commencement address was delivered by David Lehman, an accom-
plished poet and series editor of “The Best American Poetry.”
Graduation honors are noted as follows: *** Summa cum laude (3.8-4.0 grade
point average), ** Magna cum laude (3.6-3.79), * Cum laude (3.5-3.59).
Master of business administration, Jing Wang, Kohler
Master of arts in counseling, Veronica Hilke, Kohler
Master of education, Sim Safford, Kohler
Bachelor of arts degree, Kohler:
**Jesse Anderson, business management; Gail Karstaedt, business administra-
tion; ***Jean Kolb, business administration/marketing; Janet McKnight, special-
ized administration
Kohl er nat i ve named t o Waddel l &
Reed’s Ci rcl e of Champi ons
Oak Brook, IL – Jason Dobrzynski, CMFC
has qualified for Waddell & Reed’s annual
Circle of Champions conference, which this
year will be held in Tucson, Ariz.
The conference is held each spring by
the asset management and financial plan-
ning firm, with invitees selected based on
an analysis of investments, insurance, and
financial planning sales generated by the
advisor. Approximately 700 advisors quali-
fied for this year’s event, out of Waddell &
Reed’s national network of nearly 2,300
financial advisors. Dobrzynski will partici-
pate in the conference June 5-8. This is the
first time that Dobrzynski has earned the
honor.
Dobrzynski, a Kohler native, has been a
professional in the financial services indus-
try for nine years and counsels Wisconsin
clients near Kohler and Sheboygan on their
ongoing financial affairs and goals. He
joined Waddell & Reed in 1999 after earn-
ing a bachelor’s degree from the University
of Minnesota.
Paul J. “Goldie” Goldman
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Spor ts
The Plymouth SC U-14 select
team won the Froedtert 2008
Invitational held at Uehlein Soccer
Complex in Milwaukee.
The victory came down to a
shootout in the finals, and the team
made all of its attempts.
SC U-14
sel ect soccer
t eam wi ns
Froedt er t
Invi t at i onal
Pictured BACK ROW: Coach Rod Hogan, Connor Hogan, Colin McClintock, David Joslyn, Ryan Zittel, Jake Allman, Jake Hart, Ross Heginbottom, Coach
Todd Hart. FRONT ROW: Cormick Hnilicka, Jake Klemme, John Benishek, Jake Boening, Alex Romanoski, Jack Heginbottom, Garrett Griswold, Andrew
Goodell. Not Pictured Adam Bunke
On May 10th Benjamin Tengowski
(8 years old, 2nd grade) competed
with the Lakeshore YMCA
Springers at the Sunshine Meet held
in Stevens Point. He is competing
at level 5 with boys through age 12.
He brought home a first place medal
in both Floor Exercise and Vault
and a 2nd place all-around medal.
Benjamin will be competing in the
Badger State Games in Madison on
June 15th and YMCA Gymnastics
Nationals Championship in
Sheboygan on June 27th.
Sport s Core t eam wi ns Mi dwest
al l -st ar sect i on champi onshi p
A team representing Sports Core in the
USTA 12-and-Under Intermediate Division
Winter/Spring League traveled to Ft.
Wayne, Indiana last month to participate in
the USTAJr. Team Tennis Midwest Section
Championship. Teams were comprised of
the best players from their USTA Jr. Team
Tennis Winter/Spring Leagues. Team scor-
ing is based on cumulative games won.
Seven teams competed in the 12
Intermediate division.
The Sports Core team defeated the
Wildwood Flames from Fort Wayne to win
the semi-finals (33 games to 17). Jill
Wuthrich, who coached the team, said both
singles players in the match, Hannah
Proudman and Morgan Ross, had amazing
comebacks from deficits of 0-3 and 0-4.
(The game format was first to 6 games.)
“Both players showed great concentration
and determination, with Proudman winning
6-4 and Ross winning an exciting tiebreak
to win his match 6-5 with amazing style,”
said Wuthrich.
The team then won the finals by defeat-
ing Stanchin from South Bend (31 games to
21).
Out of 24 matches comprising 198
games, the Sports Core U12’s won 19
matches and 132 games.
Team members included: Steven Blend,
Audra Hoffmann, Casey Johnson, Hannah
Proudman, Morgan Ross, and Megan
Wuthrich.
Front: Casey Johnson. Middle: Morgan Ross, Megan Wuthrich. Back: Audra Hoffmann, Steven Blend,
Hannah Proudman.
The Kohler girls took 1st
place for the 11-12 year-old
bracket at the Katie McClary
3-on-3 Basketball tournament
on Saturday, May 3rd. The
team was coached by Rick
Henderson.
The Katie McClary
Tournament is an annual event
hosted by the Sheboygan
YMCA and is in Honor of
Former Kohler Student and
Basketball player Katie
McClary.
Kohl er gi rl s
t ake f i rst i n
t ournament
From left: Rachel Maggi, Jamie Henderson, Natalie Kukla, Abby Lee, coach Rick Henderson
Tengowski
shines at
Sunshine
Meet
KOHLER TI MES
Kohl er Publ i c School News l et t er
JUNE 2 0 0 8 EDITION
Produced and published by the School District of Kohler with the cooperation of staff, community members, and the Village of Kohler
CONGRATULATI ONS!
t o al l t he st udent s w ho
par t i ci pat ed i n t he
ARTS FESTI VAL!
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ALEX SAWYER - CERAM ICS
SHANE ANDERSON - SCULPTURE
AIDAN SAWYER - GLASS
CALEY HILDEBRAND - PHOTOGRAPHY
JORDAN KUSEL - PRINTM AKING
CLAIRE HILLSTROM - 8TH GRADE
Superintendent
search update
At a special School Board meeting on May 5th, Hazard,
Young, Attea and Associates (HYA), the search firm hired by
the Kohler Board of Education to find a new superintendent,
presented the Leadership Profile results. The data for this pro-
file was gathered using the Leadership Profile Assessment
Document. This tool guided the interviews and meetings the
search firm held with a broad range of individuals and groups
within the school and community. The consultants sought
opinions, recommendations, and general comments with
regard to the characteristics and qualifications needed in a new
superintendent. The Leadership Profile results are available in
the library for public review.
HYA reported that they have evaluated many resumes for
the position and presented the Board with a recommended slate
of qualified applicants at a special meeting on May 28th.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Board anticipates
conducting all interviews with candidates in early June. This
would allow the School Board to continue with the plan to hire
a new Superintendent by July 1.
School Board
Accepts Donations
The School Board of Education was pleased to accept the fol-
lowing generous donations at the May meeting:
1. A new refrigerator for the Kohler Kare facility given by a
private donor.
2. The Kohler High School Booster Club donations totaling
$11,770. Items purchased through this gift benefit many
sports including boys’ soccer, volleyball, tennis, boys and
girls basketball, golf, track, cheerleading, summer program-
ming and supplies. Thanks to the Booster club donation, nec-
essary sporting equipment, team travel expenses, team
awards, and tennis court rental time were provided.
The School District of Kohler and the School Board are
grateful for these contributions.
School Board Announces
interim principal
The Kohler School Board of Education announced that
Lee Benish would be the interim principal for Kohler
Middle/High School for the 2008-09 school year. Ms. Diane
Venn, Chair of the School Board’s Human Resources commit-
tee, stated, “Mr. Benish brings a wealth of experience and a
passion for students. He has a reputation as a good communi-
cator with teachers and students and is known for carefully
evaluating all sides of an issue.”
Mr. Benish was the High School Principal at Sheboygan
South High School for 9 years. He retired in June 2007. He
spearheaded that school’s 5-year goal to increase the gradua-
tion rate from 87% to 95% and did this in 4 years. Mr. Benish
was well known by the students. He often ate lunch with them
in the cafeteria and enjoys getting to know students. “Mr.
Benish believes in teaching with love and logic and modeling
resolution,” reports Ms Venn.
He has also been Senior High School principal in
Menomonie, WI. While there, he worked with UW-Stout and
UW-Eau Claire to share curriculum, courses, and utilize stu-
dent teachers from these universities.
Mr. Benish has a Bachelors of Science degree in Physical
Education from UW-Lacrosse. He has his Masters of Science
degree in Curriculum and Supervision with an emphasis in
School Administration from UW-Oshkosh. He also has an
Education Specialist degree from UW-Superior.
“The School Board is pleased to have Mr. Benish bring his
expertise to Kohler,” stated Ms. Venn, “The Board believes
that choosing an interim principal provides the new
Superintendent the opportunity to be actively involved in the
selection process for a formal MS/HS Principal candidate.”
Snow Day Make-Up
June 9th & 10th
The make-up days for the previously canceled school
on January 30th and February 6th are scheduled for
June 9th and 10th. All grade levels except seniors will
attend those days. The High School has scheduled its
finals for those days, with seniors having their finals the
week before and graduating on June 8th.
Dear Parents:
After extensive research of several possibilities, the Kohler
School District has reached a tentative agreement with a
Minneapolis-based school lunch provider that serves 165
clients in a 12-state area. We encourage you to review this
company’s website at www.taher.com to see upgrades and
benefits that could be offered to our school. Some of the
Kohler upgrades would include:
The addition of a professionally-trained chef/manager
while retaining current staff
Expanding daily choices while offering healthy and
appealing selections
Emphasis on whole, fresh food that is prepared from
scratch
A culturally-diverse menu that addresses age-appropriate
portion sizes
An all-you-care-to-eat fresh fruit and vegetable bar
A menu that highlights a fruit-of-the-month, a vegetable-
of-the-month and a quarterly harvest grain selection with
corresponding educational material
A full-service website dedicated to Kohler School
District with online nutrition information on all menu
items and a quarterly Food-4-Life® flyer
Passion and commitment to stay on cutting edge of school
lunch nutrition
Total elimination of trans fats from menu
The possibility of daily breakfast and healthy snack serv-
ice
Positioning Kohler’s Wellness Program ahead of other
schools in Sheboygan County
Investment in your child’s health and well-being
The price for hot lunch during the 2008-2009 school year
will be $3.25. Without the new lunch service provider, next
year’s hot lunch price was scheduled to be increased from
$2.70 to $2.90. For the year, the $3.25 per lunch (up from
$2.90) would additionally cost an elementary student who
ate:
1x week = $12.60 (.35 x 1 x 36 weeks)
2x week = $25.20 (.35 x 2 x 36)
3x week = $37.80 (.35 x 3 x 36)
4x week = $50.40 (.35 x 4 x 36)
5x week = $63.00 (.35 x 5 x 36)
We are working with the new company (Taher, Inc.) to
schedule an opportunity for families to come to the school to
ask questions and for a tasting/sampling of the foods that will
be prepared next year. We are hoping to schedule this event
before the end of this school year. Please watch for more
details.
Please contact me with any questions you might have.
Thank you,
Jeff Dickert, Kohler School District Administrator
Changes to school
lunch program
Scholarship Policy
Changes
Beginning next year the selection of seniors for college
scholarships will rest in teacher ratings and retired teacher
selection. The Board approved changing Policy 460-
Student Scholarships last month. The change in the
process will take the onus off of current teachers making
the final selection for scholarships, as many parents felt
the selections were driven by relationships rather than
merit.
Policy 460 calls for teachers to rate students both their
junior and senior year in various categories of perform-
ance. Ascholarship committee made up of the high school
principal and two retired teachers from any level, who can
only serve two years on the committee, will select the
recipient based on the information presented. The commit-
tee will use the new teacher rating system as well as
grades, ACT scores, and other criteria as called for in each
different scholarship. Most scholarships given on Honors
Night are selected by the giving organization or family.
The District committee annually only selects the recipient
of roughly ten scholarships.
PARENTS MARK
YOUR CALENDARS!
REGISTRATION DAY –
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 2008
PICTURE DAY WILL BE HELD AT
REGISTRATION THIS YEAR
The 2008-09 School Year Begins Tuesday, September
2nd. As we have done for the past couple of years, all reg-
istration forms will be available to parents electronically
through the school web site prior to registration day.
Parents, watch for the email from Nikki in the District
Office making you aware that the “Registration Link” is
ready for parent access/use. Detail will be printed in the
August Kohler Times.
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Children with disabilities procedure
The school district must locate, identify, and evaluate all children with disabilities, includ-
ing 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 pro-
gram 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.
KOHLER TIMES is published for residents of the Kohler School District
Kohler Public Schools
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Board of Educati on
Jim O’ Donnell, president,
Gordon J. Wuthrich, V. president,
Diane L. Venn, clerk,
Dr. Jane A. Bishop, treasurer
Laura E. Kohler, member
Di stri ct Admi ni strator
Jeffrey P. Dicker t
Edi tor
Mary Struck
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Kohl er Ti mes deadl i ne: 20th of ever y month
Office of Superintendent
KOHLER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
Kohler, WI 53044
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Kohler School District
REGULAR BOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday, April 14, 2008
The Regular Board meeting of the Board of Education, Kohler Public School
District, was held at 7:00 p.m. in the Kohl er School Li brar y, 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 compli-
ance with the Open Meeting Law of Wisconsin Statutes.
Mr. O’ Donnell called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. in the Kohler Library.
Roll call was taken by Ms. Venn, Board Clerk.
Present: Jim P. O’ Donnell President
Gordon J. Wuthrich Treasurer
Diane L. Venn Clerk
Laura E. Kohler Member
Jeffrey P. Dicker t Superintendent
Nikki L. Schneider Secretary to Supt/Board
Lance D. Nor they MS/HS Principal
Susan M. Jaberg EL Principal
Wendy Nasgovitz HR/IT Administrator
Absent: Dr. Jane A. Bishop V. President
At 6:36 p.m., moved by Mr. O’ Donnel l , seconded by Mr. Wuthri ch to move
to Cl osed Sessi on; Mr. O’ Donnel l ; aye, Ms. Venn ; aye, Mr. Wuthri ch ; aye,
Ms. Kohl er; aye. Moti on carri ed unani mousl y.
Mr. O’ Donnel l cal l ed the meeti ng back to order at 7:04 p.m. i n the Kohl er
Li brar y.
Repor t Of Acti on Taken Duri ng Executi ve Sessi on
- Mr. O’ Donnell announced the resignation of Mr. Lance Nor they as of June
16th.
Items Of Concern Regardi ng Agenda/ Open Meeti ng For Questi ons From The
Publ i c
- Butch DuMez, teacher/track coach, spoke regarding the condition of Ebben
Field stating that this would be the last year he will run track on Ebben Field
due to safety reasons. A decision will need to be made regarding the Glen
Funk which has been run at Kohler traditionally for years.
- Fiona Butter field, parent, requested information on the status of the incoming
JK open enrollment students and whether a 3
rd
class could be opened.
Revi ew of the Fi nanci al Statement
This discussion will be held later in the agenda during the budget discussion.
Repor ts or Recognitions
Mr. Nor they presented the Cer tificates of Honor:
Markus Anderson Danielle Har t Christine Leffel
Andrew Ollmann Shane Anderson Lauren Hendersen
Meghan Long Matthew Ollmann Cole Brock
Claire Hillstrom Mari-Kathleen Marzano David Olmsted
Megan Christensen Madeline Kelly Megan Mascipinto
Katharine O’ Neill Taylor Field Jordan Kusel
Julia Mauer Nick Pfrang Garrett Griswold
Kristina Kusel Sam Mehoke Lily Proudman
Alexis Rodriguez Mar tha Rodriguez Kelsey Stefancyzk
Ben Steiner t Cameron Thompkins Kayla Truman
Stacy Van Dyke Natalie Westphalen Adam Wilkens
Kendall Wolf Sydney Yang
Consent Agenda:
Moved by Mr. O’ Donnell, seconded by Mr. Wuthrich, to remove the minutes
from the Consent Agenda. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Mr. Wuthrich to approve the remaining items
on the Consent Agenda. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
Moved by Mr. O’ Donnell, seconded by Mr. Wuthrich to approve the meetings
minutes dated March 10
th
, 2008, with amendments as discussed. All ayes.
Motion carried unanimously.Acti on and/ or Di scussi on Items:
A. Oath of Offi ce – Mr. Wuthrich was given his Oath of Office by Ms. Venn
and took his seat immediately. Mr. Wuthrich stated that, due to his family relo-
cating, he will resign from the Board shor tly. Ms. Kohler thanked Mr. Wuthrich
for his time spent on the Board, his passion caring for students, his financial
acumen, his leadership in teaching students respect for each other; he was a
true par tner and will be hard to replace.
B. Repor t of Superi ntendent Search and Transi ti on Pl an – Discussion was
held. Mr. Dicker t was directed to provide the Board with a synopsis of what
items have been met regarding the Strategic Plan and what items are still unmet
along with their level of completion. Mr. Nor they was asked to provide the
same prior to his leave. Ms. Venn notes that a special meeting will be held on
Wednesday, April 14, 2008, at 4:00 p.m., in the district office conference room
regarding the superintendent search.
C. Consi derati on of B&G Commi ttee’ s recommendati on:
1. Deny staff appeal of technol ogy deci si on - Discussion was held.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Mr.Wuthrich, to deny the staff appeal for
technology. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
2. To approve maintenance repair and additional brackets for gymnasium
bleachers not to exceed $4500 as called for in inspection repor t - Discussion
was held.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Ms. Kohler, to approve the maintenance
repair of the bleachers not to exceed $4500. All ayes. Motion carried unani-
mously.
3. To approve constructi on of two ramps by DeBrui n Constructi on at
cost not to exceed $2500 at the Wal derhaus for use at prom – Discussion
was held. Mr. Dicker t is looking for grant money to help cover the cost. Due to
insurance reasons, it will be necessary to keep others off of the ramp.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Mr. O’ Donnel to approve the construc-
tion of the ramp by DeBruin Construction to be used for prom, not to exceed
$2500, based on the agreement that the school district will continue to work
with the Walderhaus regarding use of the ramp by others. All ayes. Motion
carried unanimously.
D. Consi derati on of C&I Commi ttee’ s recommendati on:
1. To approve the Academi c Accel erated Learni ng Program by grades
JK-6 for the 2008-09 school year -
Discussion was held. The program is very objective, all incoming students
would be tested, would hopefully, extend to MS/HS with a 7-12 program.
Moved by Ms. Kohler, seconded by Mr. Wuthrich to adopt the accelerated
learning program for JK-6 for the 2008-09 school year as recommended by the
C&I Committee. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
2. To approve Kohl er El ementar y Summer Enri chment Program thi s sum-
mer – Discussion was held.
Discussion at the meeting:
- need to average 11 student to be budget neutral.
- parents will be surveyed in the fall.
- next year, the brochures will go out by March 1
st
.
- the program will be opened to village residents and their grandchildren,
open enrollment children, children of the teachers instructing the cours-
es.
Moved by Ms. Kohler, seconded by Ms. Venn to approve the summer pro-
gram as presented by administration. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
3. To approve the new 9-12 math course names and al i gnment begi nni ng i n
the 2008-09 school year – Discussion was held.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Mr. O’ Donnell to approve the 9-12 math
course name and alignment for the 2008- 09 school year. All ayes. Motion
carried unanimously
4. To approve new smal l cl ass structure for grade 2 and spl i t cl ass struc-
ture for grades 3 & 4 for the 2008-09 school year– Discussion was held. Mr.
Dicker t presented the budget scenarios.
Discussion at the meeting:
- any internal experienced teacher would have the oppor tunity to apply
- would be a very challenging role; teacher quality/maturity would be very
impor tant
- this provides an economic solution compared to the alternatives
- no regular classroom aides
- student application/selection screening for the combined class would be
done by administration
Moved by Mr. O’ Donnell, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve the small
class size structure and the split class structure as presented by administra-
tion for the 2008-09 school year. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
Consi derati on of Fi nance Commi ttee’ s recommendati on:
1. To approve 2008-09 school fees – Discussion was held. A 3%
increase was reflected in the fees from last year.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve Finance
Committee’ s recommendation for changes to the school fees for the 2008-09
school year. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
2. Informati on concerni ng the B&G Fi ve Year Long Range Pl an –
Discussion was held. No action was required. Mr. Dicker t discussed the condi-
tion of Ebben Field, the technology needs of the district as well as the condition
of the roof and the need for its repair.
At 9:03, moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Ms. Kohl er to extend the meet-
i ng an addi ti onal 15 mi nutes. Al l ayes. Moti on carri ed unani mousl y.
3. Informati on concerni ng the 2008-09 budget parameters -
Discussion was held. No action required.
Consi derati on of H.R. Commi ttee recommendati on:
1. To approve the 2008-09 school year cal endar – Discussion at the
meeting. Mr. Dicker t notes that the teacher union still has to approve the cal-
endar.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Mr. O’ Donnell to approve the 2008-09 cal-
endar. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
Consi derati on of admi ni strati on recommendati on to accept forei gn
exchange student for the 2008-9 school year – Discussion was held.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve the administration
recommendation to accept the foreign exchange student for the 2008-09
school year. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
Consi derati on of request from CESA 7 for Annual Conventi on Representati ve
– Discussion was held.
Moved by Mr. Wuthrich, seconded by Ms. Kohler to recommend that Mr.
O’ Donnell represent Kohler School District at the CESA 7 Annual Convention.
All ayes. Motion carried unanimously.
Consi derati on of Pol i cy Commi ttee’ s recommendati on for second readi ng:
1. Revisions NEOLA Policy Book.
2. Revisions to Policy 460-Student Scholarships.
3. Revisions to Policy 330 Rule 1 – Curriculum Approval Process.
4. Revisions to Policy 330 Rule 2 – Curriculum, Textbook, Course, and
Instructional Method Process Grid.
Moved by Ms. Venn, seconded by Ms. Kohler to approve the listed policies for
second reading. All ayes. Motion carried unanimously
Informati on Items:
Committee Repor ts – Finance, Human Resources, Instruction, B&G, Policy.
Administrative Repor ts – Dicker t, Jaberg, Nor they.
Information Ar ticles
At 9:26 p.m., moved by Mr. Wuthri ch, seconded by Ms. Venn to adj ourn the
meeti ng. Ms. Venn; aye, Mr. Wuthri ch; aye, Mr. O’ Donnel l ; aye, Ms.
Kohl er; aye. Moti on carri ed unani mousl y.
Respectfully submitted by:
Kohl er School Di stri ct
Nikki L. Schneider
Admin Secretary to the Supt/Board
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
2
Mini Chicken Dogs
3 Theo’s Pepperoni
Pizza
Veggies & Dip
Applesauce
4 Cheeseburger
Fruit Salad
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5
Hot Dogs
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6 Turkey on whole
wheat bun
Gogurt
Mixed Fruit
7
8 9
Pizza sticks
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10
Cook’s choice
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15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30
June Lunch Menu
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Shop and rai se money f or Kohl er School s!
Bring receipts for purchases made at Memorial Mall between August 1 and September 1, 2008, to
the Mall Management Office and request points to be awarded to the school of your choice.
Schools will earn 1 point for each dollar spent. After September 1st, points for each school will be
totaled and the school with the most points will be presented with a check for $2,500. The school
with the next highest will receive $1,000 and the three runner-up schools will receive $500 each.
Awards will be presented on Saturday, Sept. 27 during the Community Organization Fair
Kohler High School Science Program
Prepares Students for College
Kohler Science isn’t what it used to be!!!
The school now offers: General Biology, General Physical Science, College Prep Biology,
Advanced Honors Biology, College track Introduction to Chemistry and Physics, College Prep
Chemistry and College Prep Physics. These classes are taught by Jessie Good, the 2005 Biology
Teacher of the Year Award winner from the National Association of Biology, and Dana Krejcarek,
winner of the 2005 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching.
The advantages of offering these college prep classes to students are numerous. Not only do
the classes prepare students for college level studies, but often they stimulate an interest in sci-
ence or science-related careers of which the student may not have been previously aware. Many
Kohler High School students pursue science degrees, and having the college prep courses makes
the student an attractive candidate to the admissions department of these colleges and universi-
ties.
The college prep science classes provide challenges as well. Often, specific content is cov-
ered in greater depth. Students must connect in-class learning to real-life application, and class
discussions cover current events relating to the subject. In addition, the classes seek to improve
time management and problem-solving skills, often using state-of-the-art technology as tools.
Finally, enrichment opportunities are frequently provided to allow students to take the topic a step
further.
Currently, there are not enough students on this track to allow courses for AP track students.
Kohler High School realizes this track may not be desirable for those students who prefer to bal-
ance their academic coursework with extracurricular activities. The Kohler High School philos-
ophy focuses on providing an avenue for students to experience an in-depth science course
whether or not they plan to major in science in college. Students who participate are able to take
the AP exams, which require extra work. For example, students on the AP Biology track (with-
in Advanced Honors Biology) move at a faster pace with additional work out of class that often
limits available time to participate in extracurricular activities such as sports, music, and math
team.
The time involved to prepare for the AP exam is often the reason students choose not to par-
ticipate. However, this year 12 students have taken the AP Biology test and 4 have taken the AP
Chemistry test. Most students realize some colleges and universities offer their own placement
exams for free, and therefore they elect not to take the advanced placement (AP) exams. Yet oth-
ers take the exams to try to stand out during the admissions process and test out of certain col-
lege classes.
Having teachers involved in state and national programs has offered Kohler High School
insight regarding the standards and benchmarks necessary for students’ success in high school
science classes. Ms. Krejcarek currently serves on the College Board Advance Placement
Chemistry Commission directed by the National Science Foundation in Washington, D.C.,
whose charge is to rewrite the AP science courses. Both teachers feel their experiences have
enhanced their classes. Jessie Good states, “It is rewarding to provide an opportunity for students
to experience complex science concepts using state of the art science equipment. It is exciting to
watch and guide students as they grow and discover their own abilities and interests.”
Mr. Jeff Dickert, Superintendent of Kohler Schools, commented, “While Kohler High School
does not have a course specifically titled AP Biology or AP Chemistry, our school offers more
than the AP course; yet dedicated students can get the AP materials and take the test. What small
schools with wonderfully competent and committed teachers have to do is get creative and pro-
vide whatever they can that advances our students interests and needs. Ms. Krejcarek and Ms.
Good have committed more of their time and talent to provide the AP experience and much more
to their students. The Kohler School, and especially their students, is truly fortunate. We have the
best of both worlds in our science department. This will continue to keep our science ACT scores
at the top of the State of Wisconsin Public Schools.”
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America is a country where people can dream big and
reach their full potential through effort and determination.
Education helps young people prepare for the opportuni-
ties ahead and realize the promise of our great Nation.
Since 1983, this award has recognized students whose out-
standing efforts have helped them develop their skills and
improve their academic performance.
To qualify for the President’s Award for Educational
Excellence, students must have all or mostly A’s over three
quarters (two B+’s are allowed), have good attendance,
and high achievement test scores (85% or above) in math
and reading. To qualify for the President’s Award for
Educational Achievement, the students show significant
effort and improvement over the course of the school year.
Kohler Elementary School had a special awards presenta-
St udent s awarded Presi dent ’s Award for
Educat i onal Excel l ence
tion on Monday, May 12 to honor these students.
Each student, ranging in grades 4-6, received a cer-
tificate signed by President George W. Bush, the
Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings, and the
Elementary School Principal, Susan Jaberg.
Outstanding Academic Excellence Award winners
are: Anne Benishek, Molly Delahunt, Brooke
Dietrich, Lily Fulop, Emmalee Gill, Annabelle
Goese, Lindsey Griswold, Paige Kukla, Brennan
Ladwig, Valerie Linck, William O’Neill, Courtney
Rutten, Kaleigh Childs, Megan Conklin, Alexander
Dietrich, Lily Hart, Alyson Jordan, Annika Lee, and
Benjamin Madigan.
Outstanding Academic Achievement winners are:
Lauren Chorowicz, Alexander Falconer, Morgan
Fenton, Cody Gartman, Nicholas Hoepfner, Jennifer Louwagie,
Zachary Neil, Megan Wuthrich, Marisa Adams, Adrienne
Ahlborg, Mikaela Bolker, Carson Schneider, Sarah Sutherland,
MacKenzie Wolf, and Will Hapeman.
National Honor Society
The induction ceremony of National Honor Society members took place on April 22 in the Kohler Memorial Theatre.
Front: Andrew Ollmann, Brandon Tomlin, Shane Anderson, Michael Knabel, Nicholas Venn, Charles Reinertsen, Ryan
Stefanczyk, Colin Johnson, and David Olmsted.
Back: Amy Van Treeck, Kaitlin Stastny, Sarah Bick, Lilian Giertz, Erika Farwig, Stacy Van Dyke, Madeline Wenberg, Megan
Romanoski, Roma Kaleka, Kelsey Fenton, Kelly Suralik, Carli Roberts, Emily Kunst, and Ann Marie Beine.
Kohler High School Announces
Fall Musical
Kohler and Howards Grove High Schools proudly
announce Disney’s blockbuster hit High School
Musical as the fall musical production.
Mark your calendars for the smash hit musical as it
comes to life on our stage. Due to its popularity and
demand, an additional performance has been added.
Performances are scheduled for November 13, 14, 15
and 16 at the Kohler Memorial Theatre.
Auditions will be held at Kohler Memorial Theatre
on September 4 and September 8 from 5:30-9:00pm.
We invite all interested high school students to prepare
16 bars of music and join us for auditions. If you are
not able to attend, please call the drama director Travis
Knier at 920-286-1313. We are also looking for a reli-
able and assertive assistant director for this fall’s pro-
duction. If you are interested, please call Travis Knier
or contact music director Richard Tengowski at 459-
2920 ext. 1443.
We will need parental assistance with the produc-
tion too! We need help with props, costumes, sets, tick-
et sales, and promotions. Community adults who wish
to work behind the scenes should also contact one of
the directors.
Look for more details about High School Musical
later this summer in the Kohler Villager.
CLIMB Theat re ret urns t o
Kohl er f or 3 rd year
On April 7th and 8th CLIMB Theatre returned to
Kohler Schools to work with students for the third time
in three years. This year we added the Middle School
and 9th grade classes. The 1st - 4th grade worked with
CLIMB on Recycling and Environmental issues, while
the 5th-9th grade classes discussed cyber bullying and
Internet safety. The discussions were very interactive,
with group work and roll playing. These workshops
were interesting and informative for both students and
teachers.
KSF Welcomes
Elementastic
On March 20th KSF brought the science
entertainment company Elementastic to the
Elementary school. They did two 45-minute
shows for the 1st-6th grade classes in the vil-
lage gym. The show was a hit for both stu-
dents and teachers alike. Elementasic was so
well liked, they were added to the summer
school options for Kohler Schools this June.
Kohl er Mi ddl e School Track 2008
What does a coach say about 65 middle school track participants –
WOW.
For the first time in the history of middle school track (9 years) - we
went undefeated for all four meets!!!! The kids learned what happens
when you work hard - YOU WIN!!! They also learned how it feels to
run a victory lap - GREAT!!!!
Thank you to all the kids - they worked hard, laughed alot and made
Coach Gebler, Frantz and Bocchini very proud.
Coach Dumez - We are sending you some more fine athletes!!! Our
Kohler track program is on the rise - Keep up the good work - See all
of you next year
Coach Bocchini
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For this month’s edition of
Getting To Know Kohler High
School Seniors I have another
great interview.
This time it’s Jordan
Rodriguez.
How many years have you
been a student at Kohler
Schools?
I have been attending Kohler
since third grade.
What extra-curricular activities are you currently
involved in?
I am currently not involved in any extra curricular activities.
What is your favorite class and why?
My favorite class is Lifetime Sports, because we get to play
games like bowling and pool.
What is your best memory at Kohler School?
My best memory is playing drums for performance day in
sixth grade.
What will you miss most about Kohler School?
I will miss not being able to see my friends every day.
What are your plans after high school?
I plan to take a long nap and then go to MATC.
What will you major in?
I will be majoring in music occupations.
Do you know what you would like to do after college/high
school?
I would like to be a famous musician.
If you had an hour to yourself to do anything you wanted,
what would you do?
I would take a fast car down the freeway.
Where do you see yourself 20 years from now?
I see myself touring the U.S. or Europe with my band.
Get t i ng t o Know
KHS Seni ors
by AJ Bocchini
Jordan Rodriguez
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CAN BE DONE BY CALLING LINDA
NEIL AT 459-2920 EXT 1493, OR BY
PICKING UP A REGISTRATION
FORM FROM THE SCHOOL
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Fol l owi ng Sponsor s and Vol unt eer s who
Made t he 2008 PAO Auct i on a Success!
* Co-Chai rperson—Kat hy Mauer
* Secret ar y—Caren Chung
* Decorat i ons—Lynn Erbst oesser, Li sa Saemann,
Judy Far wi g, Mel Romanoski , Kat hy Mauer, Laura
Fi ori ni
* Si l ent Auct i on—Joni St ef anczyk, Lynn
VanderSchaaf , Pat t i Wenberg
* Li ve Auct i on—Mari e Toml i n-Boerner, Bet h
Tengowski
* St udent Ser vi ces Auct i on/ El ement ar y Dance—
Mi chel l e Pat t erson
* Publ i ci t y—Kayce Rei ner t sen
* Adver t i si ng—Jul i e St ei ner t
* Invi t at i ons—Joni St ef anczyk & Vi cki Fri ske
* Procurement —Pam Esche, Paul a Anderson
* Cashi ers—Kri st i ne Fent on, Hel en Bei ne, Amy
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* Raf f l es—Sher yl Dykst erhouse, Donna Krueger
* Ti cket Raf f l e—Wendy Kukl a & Li sa Scheppmann
* Cl ass Basket Chai r—Nancy VanTreeck
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* Ent er t ai nment —Ri ch Tengowski , Lori Hucke &
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& Kohl er Co.
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Anderson, Markus
Fent on, Kel sey
MacDonal d, Ol i vi a
Si mon, Aaron
Anderson, Paul a
Fent on, Kri st i ne
Marzano, Maureen
Si mon, Sara
Armst rong, Andrew
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Mauer, Kat hy
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Armst rong, Jef f
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Mol epske, Amy
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Bei ne, Hel en
Gi er t z, Li l i
Neerhof , Ashl ey
St ef anczyk, Kel sey
Bi ck, Sarah
Gi er t z, Norm & Deb
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St ef anczyk, Ryan
Bocchi ni , Doug
Gi schi a, Carl o
Nei l , Dal e & Li nda
St ei ner t , Jul i e
Bocchi ni , Li sa
Gi schi a, Domi ni c
Nowak, Pat t i
Tengowski , Bet h
Carney, Col l een
Gar t man, Li sa
Ol l man, Lori
Tengowski , Ri ch
Chung, Caren
Gi schi a, Vi cki
Ol mst ed, Tom
Tengowski , Ryan
Chung, Sarah
Har t , Jul i a
Pat t erson, Jessi ca
Tesmer, Laura
Dykst erhouse, Sher yl
Hogan, Karen
Pat t erson, Mi chel l e
Toml i n, Brandon
Erbst oesser, Lynn
Hucke, Lori
Rei ner t sen, Charl i e
Toml i n-Boerner, Mari e
Esche, John
Johnson, Col i n
Rei ner t sen, Kayce
VanderSchaaf , Lynn
Esche, Kai t l i n
Knabel , Mark & Mar y
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VanTreeck, Cat hy
Esche, Pam
Kukl a, Wendy
Romanoski , Mel
VanTreeck, Nancy
Esche, St even
Kunst , Emi l y
Saemann, Li sa
Venn, Ni ck
Far wi g, Eri ka
Ladwi g, Pet er
Samuel s, Mari t a
Vroom, Kel l y
Far wi g, Judy
Lammers, Lynne
Schaet z, Kat hy
Wenberg, Pat t y
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Bemi s Mf g. Co. (Bat h Shoppe)
Dear Ol d Books
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Depkes
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Di ane Remy School of Dance & Bat on
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DuBoi s Formal wear
Kohl er Co.
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Dykst erhouse, Dr. Ike & Sher yl
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Caf é Ki t a
EAA Museum
Kohl er, Laura
Carl son Wagonl i t Travel
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Cl ark, Vi cki
Free, Mel
M& I Lakevi ew Bank
Cl ass Basket - Freshman
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Romanoski , Ri t a & Randy
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Root s Acoust i c Musi c Company *
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Verhel st , Mark & Margi e
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St rukel Phot ography
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Sunset Hi l l s
Papa John’ s Pi zza
Sweet Basi l Rest aurant
Pi rat e’ s Cove Advent ure Gol f
Sweet Pot at o’ s
Pi t St op Pi zza
Syl van Learni ng Cent er
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Techni cal Assi st ance Company
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Tent s Inc.
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Tesmer, Laura & Ji m
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The Fl ower Car t , LLC
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The Funky Bean - A Cof f eehouse & Del i
Rest orat i on Gardens
The GameBoard LLC
Ri chardson Lumber
The Si gn Shop of Sheboygan
ONGOI NG SCHOOL POLI CI ES
No Lat ex Bal l oons
Latex balloons cannot be brought into the building
because of students with severe latex allergies. Mylar
balloons are the safe alternative.
No Ani mal s on School Gr ounds
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 stu-
dent 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.
Tar dy? Absent ? Par ent s, pl ease c al l t he
of f i c e
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.
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2008 SUMMER SPORTS
PERFORMANCE CAMP
ALL SPORTS CO-ED
Speed, agility and quickness camp
Gold Medal / Kohler Sports
Performance Camp
Five Weeks (Monday-Thursday)
Girls & Boys Entering 7
th
– 12
th
Grade
June 16-19; 23-26; 30-July 3; July 7-10; 14-17
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 - 10:00
Wednesday 9:00 - 11:00
At Kohler High School
Kohler Performance Camp Directors - Ken Roeder, Doug Bocchini
Gold Medal Camp Directors - Todd Brawner
Camp Benefits:
• Improved Acceleration
• Improved Flexibility & Range of Motion
• Faster Starts and Reaction Time
• Core Strength Development
• Improved Explosiveness & Jumping Ability
• Power Development
• Improved Agility & Change of Direction
• Improved Conditioning
• Improved Sprint Mechanics
Registration fee: Residents $100
Non-residents $110
Walk Up Registration Add $10
(Space is limited, so only if available)
Registration due: Friday June 6
th
Fee Includes: Tee Shirt (2)
For more information please contact:
Ken Roeder 459-2921 or Doug Bocchini 458-6674 or
Bocchini@charter.net
Registration Forms available at the High School Office and the
Village Hall
“ Teams are made in Season, Players are made in
the off Season”
2nd Semester
Exams Schedule
Grades 9-11
Note: Middle School and Grade 12 students will take
their exams June 2-6.
Monday, June 9
Period 2 8:00 - 9:15 AM
Loudspeaker announcements 9:13
Period 8 9:25 - 10:40 AM
Period 4 10:50 - 12:05 PM
Lunch
1:00 Building re-opens
Period 6 1:15 - 2:30 PM
Make-up exams 2:30 - 3:30 PM
Tuesday, June 10
Period 1 8:00 - 9:15 AM
Loudspeaker announcements 9:13
Period 3 9:25 - 10:40 AM
Period 7 10:50 - 12:05 PM
Lunch
1:00 Building re-opens
Period 5 1:15 - 2:30 PM
Make-up exams 2:30 - 3:30 PM
Attendance
Students are required to attend school only for sched-
uled exams. Teachers in physical education, art and
music classes will not give semester exams because their
elementary school classes conflict with the semester test
schedule. Students will not attend these classes nor will
they be required to attend study halls. However, EVERY
OTHER CLASS IS SCHEDULED TO MEET FOR THE
ENTIRE TIME PERIOD INDICATED. Students may
use the library for supervised study on both days from
8:00 AM until 3:30 PM.
Buses
School buses will follow regular schedules. If stu-
dents decide to come only for scheduled tests, responsi-
bility for transportation belongs to the parents and the
student.
School Curri cul um
Commi t t ee Benchmarks
School s
With the goal of assuring that Kohler School District cur-
ricula are current and competitive, the Kohler School Board
Curriculum and Instruction Committee formed a subcommit-
tee to research the issue. The School Curriculum Committee
(SCC) was formed in October of 2007 and is comprised of
Superintendent Jeff Dickert and six Kohler parents who rep-
resent students from the high school, middle school and ele-
mentary school as well as school choice students. Members
include Diane Kelly, Mike Venn, Pam Esche, Tom Beane,
JulieAnn Jarentowski, and Pat Halverson.
Since it’s inception, the SCC has been working to evaluate
curricula as a whole with an emphasis on the high school.
Advanced Placement coursework has become standard in
public and private high school systems. The subcommittee
has endeavored to benchmark Kohler School District against
similar schools. Twenty-one schools were selected based on
comparable ACT scores and structure. The curricula was eval-
uated as a whole with an emphasis on credits needed for grad-
uation, honors and AP courses, college credit courses, and
language courses. Among the schools the SCC benchmarked
were: West Madison High, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay,
University School Milwaukee, Homestead, Nicolet, and
Sheboygan North and South.
To date, the School Curriculum Committee has advised
the Board to establish College Prep Science, clarify the titles
of current math courses, and add AP Calculus and
Intermediate College Algebra to the curriculum.
Faculty input is very important to the SCC, so they have
recently surveyed Kohler High School teachers for their input
regarding high school students receiving college credit. The
subcommittee plans to gather the information and present rec-
ommendations to the School Board Curriculum & Instruction
Committee and share the information with the School Board
no later than October, 2008. In this way, the School Board
can make informed decisions about the future school curricu-
la in time for the 2009-10 school year.
Superintendent Jeff Dickert continues to work with the
committee defining the direction of the District when looking
at the High School curriculum in areas of College Credit,
College Prep, Advance Placement (AP), Articulated Courses,
or Transcripted Courses. According to Dickert, “The District
needs to continue to provide college preparatory or college
level courses in an eclectic approach. Both the science depart-
ment and the math department have looked at solving the
problem with an eclectic approach. The science department
uses college prep courses with a wider curriculum than the AP
courses and yet our students can take the AP test working with
our instructors. The math department will now have an AP
Calculus course, a college algebra course with credit admin-
istered by Lakeland College, and a math applications course
with transcripted credit administered by Lakeshore Technical
College. That is truly using our small school resources wise-
ly.”
Tengowski
Elected WMEA
President
As the result of a state-wide
election of over 2,500
Wisconsin music educators,
the Wisconsin Music
Educators Association is
pleased to announce that
Richard Tengowski of Kohler
is the new President-Elect of
the WMEA and will begin
serving his six-year term in
July. As President, Tengowski
will be responsible for working closely with music educa-
tors throughout the state, serving as the lead advocate for
music education, coordinating one of the nation’s largest
professional development conferences in music, represent
the state music teachers on the Wisconsin School Music
Association Board of Directors, State President’s
National Assembly, and at other regional and national
functions.
The Wisconsin Music Educators Association is a non-
profit organization that serves to improve the quality of
music education in Wisconsin by representing the shared
interests and the needs of music educators, providing and
fostering professional growth opportunities, and promot-
ing lifelong learning in music.
Tengowski said, “The WMEA is a vibrant organiza-
tion of dedicated music teachers with great knowledge,
vision, and persistence and I am honored to be elected as
the new WMEA President-Elect.”
Tengowski is the Director of Bands for the School
District of Kohler and received his B.M. in Music
Education from St. Norbert College and his M.M. from
Northwestern University. He teaches elementary, middle
and high school bands, jazz ensemble, pep band, and sec-
ondary general music.
Save t he Dat e!
3rd Annual Kohler Athletic
Booster Club Golf Outing
Saturday, June 28th
Town & Country
Registration forms available at the village hall,
Kohler School, on-line at Bocchini@charter.net or
call 458-6674.
Looking for four-somes, pairs or individuals. Hole
Sponsorship available. Please call if interested.
Deadline June 15th.
Varsi ty Basebal l (Boys)
Day Date Opponent Pl ace Ti me
Wednesday Jun. 04 @ Howards Grove Hi gh School Howards Grove Hi gh School 7:30PM
Fri day Jun. 06 El khart Lake Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Monday Jun. 09 @ Random Lake Hi gh School Random Lake Hi gh School 6:00PM
Wednesday Jun. 11 @ Oostburg Hi gh School Oostburg Hi gh School 5:30PM
Fri day Jun. 13 @ Cedar Grove Hi gh School Cedar Grove Hi gh School 5:30PM
Monday Jun. 16 @ Sheboygan Co Chri sti an Hi gh Sheboygan Co Chri sti an Hi gh 5:30PM
Wednesday Jun. 18 @ Pewaukee Hi gh School Pewaukee Hi gh School 5:00PM
Fri day Jun. 20 Howards Grove Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Monday Jun. 23 @ El khart Lake Hi gh School El khart Lake Hi gh School 6:30PM
Wednesday Jun. 25 Random Lake Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Fri day Jun. 27 Oostburg Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Monday Jun. 30 Cedar Grove Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 4:00PM
Wednesday Jul . 02 Sheboygan Co Chri sti an Hi gh Sch Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Thursday Jul . 03 @ Sheboygan Fal l s Hi gh School Sheboygan Fal l s Hi gh School 7:30PM
Tuesday Jul . 08 @ Campbel l sport Hi gh School Campbel l sport Hi gh School 5:30PM
Wednesday Jul . 09 @ Howards Grove Hi gh School Howards Grove Hi gh School 7:30PM
Fri day Jul . 11 El khart Lake Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Monday Jul . 14 @ Random Lake Hi gh School Random Lake Hi gh School 6:00PM
Tuesday Jul . 15 @ Oostburg Hi gh School Oostburg Hi gh School 5:30PM
Wednesday Jul . 16 @ West Bend East Hi gh School Regner Park 5:30PM
Thursday Jul . 17 Brookfi el d Central Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Fri day Jul . 18 Port Washi ngton Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Juni or Varsi ty Basebal l (Boys)
Day Date Opponent Pl ace Ti me
Thursday May. 29 Pl ymouth Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:00PM
Tuesday Jun. 03 @ Mani towoc 9th Legi on Mani towoc 9th Legi on 5:00PM
Tuesday Jun. 10 West Bend East Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Thursday Jun. 19 Howards Grove Hi gh School Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 5:30PM
Saturday Jun. 21 Mani towoc 9th Legi on Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 1:00AM
Tuesday Jun. 24 Legi on JV Wi l dwood Basebal l Fi el d 4:00PM
Tuesday Jul . 01 @ Pl ymouth Hi gh School Pl ymouth Hi gh School 5:30PM
Thursday Jul . 03 @ Sheboygan Fal l s Hi gh School Sheboygan Fal l s Hi gh School 5:30PM
Saturday Jul . 12 @ West Bend East Hi gh School West Bend East Hi gh School 1:00AM
Fri day Jul . 18 @ Port Washi ngton Hi gh School Port Washi ngton Hi gh School 5:30PM
Kohl er 6th Grade Basebal l Game Schedul e
Ti me Date Opponent Locati on
6:30 P.M. 5/ 13/ 2008 Howards Grove Away
6:30 P.M. 5/ 16/ 2008 Pl ymouth Whi te/ Li ons Park Away
5:30 P.M. 5/ 20/ 2008 Ki el Home
6:00 P.M. 5/ 22/ 2008 Sheboygan Fal l s Home
6:30 P.M. 5/ 29/ 2008 Sheboygan Fal l s Away
6:00 P.M. 6/ 6/ 2008 Random Lake Away
6:00 P.M. 6/ 10/ 2008 Pl ymouth Orange Home
6:00 P.M. 6/ 13/ 2008 Sheboygan Rattl ers Home
6:00 P.M. 6/ 17/ 2008 Sheboygan Di amonds Home
6:00 P.M 6/ 19/ 2008 Howards Grove Home
6:00 P.M. 6/ 26/ 2008 Oostburg Home
6:00 P.M. 7/ 1/ 2008 Port Washi ngton Home
6:00 P.M. 7/ 8/ 2008 Pl ymouth Bl ack Home
6:00 P.M. 7/ 10/ 2008 Port Washi ngton Away
Kohler boys 8th Grade Baseball game schedule
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Earl y Rel ease Act i vi t i es
Kayaking Fun on Early
Release Day!
Kayaking at Camp Y-Koda was the final early
release activity of the ’07-’08 school year. Ten ener-
getic students participated in this hour long program
which included instruction in basic kayaking skills
and techniques on the open water. As the children
paddled their kayaks around the pond, they also
discovered and learned about wildlife in this natural
habitat.
This year the Wellness program has offered spe-
cial early release activities to get children moving,
even when the weather wasn’t great. Opportunities
included swimming, yoga, snowshoeing, and open
gym time. The Wellness Committee would like to
thank Suzanne Fink for organizing all of these spe-
cial events. Look forward to more activities next
school year!
Thank you for supporting the
Kohler Wellness Program,
committed to health and
nutritional education.
http://www.kohlerwellness.com
The Kohler Classic is June 14! Running a five kilo-
meter race is an excellent goal for new runners.
Participating in a race is exciting and fun, as well as
motivation to keep on exercising. If you are consider-
ing running in this year’s Kohler Classic, here are a
few tips to make this year’s race a success.
Tips for success
Before starting any training program, a visit to your
doctor is important. Running is challenging, so if you
are not in good shape physically or have preexisting
injuries, you may be putting yourself at risk for serious
consequences.
Wear comfortable shoes. Good shoes are critical
to safe, efficient running. Go to a running specific shoe
store or see a healthcare provider such as a physical
therapist or podiatrist who specializes in evaluating
feet. Professionals in either of these settings under-
stand how your foot type affects your walking/running
patterns. They will be able to recommend the type of
shoe that best addresses your foot’s specific needs.
Start slow. If you have little or no experience run-
ning, it is very common to start too fast and reach a
level of exertion that your body just isn’t ready to han-
dle yet. Maintain a pace that allows you to talk easily
with another runner. Injuries are often the result of
pushing too hard, too soon. Take it easy!
Practice on the actual running surface. Running on
a treadmill in an air conditioned gym will not give you
the same effect as running in race conditions. This
doesn’t mean run in the heat of the day, but spend
some time running on pavement during the cooler
times of the day to help your body adapt to race con-
ditions.
Walk before you have to. When you first start your
training, practice a run/walk workout routine and don’t
wait until you’re exhausted before you start walking.
Try timing your run/walks in a 1-mile workout. Spend
2 minutes running and 1 minute walking until you have
finished the workout. Continue to progress toward run-
ning for a longer time and walking less.
Balance your nutrition. Carbohydrates are the fuel
that our muscles burn, so it stands to reason that
active people need more carbohydrates than seden-
tary people. A low-carb diet is simply not a good idea
for an athlete. In general, runners should get about
50% - 65% of their calories from carbohydrates, about
15% - 20% from protein, and no more than 30% from
fats. As much of the fat as possible should come from
healthy sources such as fish and nuts.
Wear the right gear. Dress appropriately for the
weather on event day. Remember you will build up
body heat as you run, so make sure the clothes you
wear pull the sweat away from you; otherwise, when
you stop running the sweat will cool and cause mus-
cles to tighten and cramp. Overdressing can lead to
heat exhaustion and dehydration.
Avoiding Setbacks
Overtraining is common, but by taking some precau-
tions, you can help minimize your risk of an injury set-
back. A proper warm-up and cool-down is important
to add to your routine. Rest as needed, and listen to
what your body is telling you. Remember, each day
you attempt and complete your workout you are
another step closer toward achieving your goal of fin-
ishing a 5K race. For more training suggestions visit
http://www.runnersworld.com/article/0,7120,s6-380-
381-387-2201-0,00.html
See you at the finish line!
Monday, May 12, 2008 - The School Board unanimous-
ly approved all sixteen open enrollment junior kindergarten
students for the 2008-09 school year. This approval results
in adding a third section of JK to Kohler Elementary.
Along with the other two JK classes, it will meet in the
morning. The additional section will use the newly remod-
eled Kohler Kare room. Upon JK dismissal at 11:00 a.m.,
the room will be used for the Kohler Kare students.
Ms. Susan Jaberg, Elementary School Principal, said,
“The additional students will allow all JK students to meet
more children their age while keeping small class sizes.”
Open enrolled students will be distributed among the three
classes of roughly sixteen students. Ms. Jaberg stated, “I
have always been pleased that the approved families who
have selected Kohler as their school of choice have partici-
Kohler Schools will add a third junior kindergarten
pated enthusiastically in the Kohler School family while
their children have fit right in.”
Any class addition requires School Board approval. The
new section increases student enrollment, which is consis-
tent with the district’s direction presented in the State of the
School address earlier this year. Dr. Jane Bishop, President
of the Kohler School Board said, “Out-of-district students
were first sought and welcomed to the Kohler Schools in
1998. At that time, there was a concern that without addi-
tional enrollment and revenues the Schools would have to
close or merge with another school district. Since 1998, the
revenue the out-of-district students have brought with them
from their home districts has more than covered their
expenses. This excess revenue, as normal operating expens-
es have risen, has allowed the School to keep programs and
Tips for Running Your First 5K
staff.” Indeed, the recent improvements – smaller elemen-
tary classes, separate middle school structure, 2007-’08
College Prep science courses, and the 2008-’09 AP mathe-
matics course, which added more than $200,000 to annual
expenses, are affordable in part due to the excess of rev-
enues over expenses from the out-of district students. Dr.
Bishop continued, “Our in-district enrollment will begin to
decline this school year and the School Board expects it to
continue at lower levels in the foreseeable future. With no
village plans for residential or economic development, this
has to become the basis for School Board budgeting and
forecasting. As before, the revenue brought by the out-of-
district students to the school budget will help to keep the
Kohler Schools viable and a source of pride to our commu-
nity.”
Eighty-nine children from kindergarten to sixth grade participated in the Science Fair at Kohler
Elementary this year. The event took place on May 15th in conjunction with our annual music
and arts festival. Fascinating presentations were displayed along with incredible scientific knowl-
edge shared. Each student walked away with a ribbon and each class was awarded a “Best of
Class” medal. The following children received the award in their class respectively:
Kindergarten: Christian Cantrell
Grade 1: Claire Koeppen
Grade 2: Matthew Madeira
Grade 3: Jim Conklin
Grade 4: Lani Chung and Lauren Kelm
Grade 5: Audra Hoffmann
Grade 6: Valerie Linck and Courtney Rutten
A special thank you to all of our judges; the High School physics students of Ms. Dana
Krejcarek, Mrs. Tonya DePagter, Mr. Tom Dent, Dr. Suzi Herold, Mr. and Mrs. David Madigan,
Mrs. Sue Ruminski, Dr. Xiaohong Chen, Mr. Ruzdi Hidri, and Dr. Linda Bryce. We would also
like to thank Mrs. Jaberg, Mr. Dickert, teachers at the elementary level, and all of our parents for
their support in this important educational opportunity.
Great job everyone! – Mrs. LaDuke, Elementary Science Fair Director
Elementary Science Fair highest participation yet!
Back row from left: Audra Hoffmann, Jim Conklin, Valerie Linck, Courtney Rutten.
Front: Laura Kelm, Lani Chung, Claire Koeppen, Christian Cantrell ,Matthew Madeira.
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See all the Humane
Society’s adoptable pets
at
MySCHS.Petfinder.com
Visit the Sheboygan County
Humane Society at:
3107 N. 20th St.
Sheboygan, WI 53083
920-458-2012
Shelter hours:
Monday: Noon - 4:30 p.m.
Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30 p.m.
Wed. & Fri.: Noon - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: Noon - 4:00 p.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.
“Nakita”
C8-02-0086 – I am a young, female domestic short haired cat
named Nakita. I came to the shelter as a stray and now I’m
looking to find my forever home. With my charm and good
looks, who can resist me? You won’t find any cat sweeter than
me.
“Otis”
D8-05-252 – I am an unusual Black Lab and Shar Pei mix.
I’m 5 1/2 years old and already neutered. My family gave me
up because they didn’t have time for me any more. I know
all my manners and I’m a very good boy with children and
other dogs, too. I’m sad and lonely without a family. Won’t
you come and visit me?
Pet s of t he mont h at t he Sheboygan Count y Humane Soci et y
The Kohler School Foundation launched
“Project into the Future” as a campaign
seeking to raise $60,000 to purchase and
install ceiling mounted computer projection
units in twenty classrooms by the start of
the 2008-09 academic year. Successfully
reaching this goal would make this valuable
technology available in every teaching
classroom at Kohler School.
So far, the response has been outstand-
ing, with close to $20,000 in contributions.
In addition, $30,000 from the Kohler
School Foundation’s annual fundraiser, Fall
Follies, will be dedicated to the project,
bringing the Kohler School Foundation
$10,000 away from reaching its goal of
$60,000. “I believe the community recog-
nizes the importance of staying on the fore-
front of technology as we prepare our stu-
dents to enter a much different world, tech-
nology speaking, than we did,” said
Foundation Board representative, Helen
Hamer. “The commitment by alumni, par-
ents, community members, faculty, and
friends continue to inspire us.”
Last year the Foundation donated six of
these units to Kohler School. The response
from the teachers and students was so posi-
tive that the Foundation, working with the
School, set the goal of making it available
to all.
Teacher testimonials:
“The projectors are vital to what we do
every day! I could not teach effectively
without it… students use them to do presen-
tations they have developed. This informa-
tion gathering presentation technology
challenges our students as it is used
throughout industry.” Jessie Good - High
School
“I am able to use an unlimited supply of
maps and geographical aids from the
Internet, as well as present visuals to
enhance the subject matter. Video stream
programs/videos and current events (kid
news) are used often because they are so
accessible due to having the projector right
in my room.” Matt Bayens – 6th Grade
“The projector has been an excellent addi-
tion to my classroom… giving me the
opportunity to show any appropriate web-
site or article that I can find online; web
quests, online quizzes, group research and
presentations… opening up the door to end-
less possibilities of learning and experienc-
ing school in a new way.” John Schad –
Middle School.
Each fully installed ceiling mounted
computer projection unit costs over $2,800.
The current Kohler School budget simply
does not allow for an expenditure of this
magnitude.
Established in 1997, the Kohler School
Foundation exists to take the Kohler School
experience beyond the basics of public edu-
cation. To date, allocations from the
Foundation have funded math and reading
computer software, a major contribution
toward the technical education’s computer
aided design (CAD) system, and in 2007, in
addition to the six ceiling mounted projec-
tion units, a 30-unit mobile laptop lab. In
2002, the Foundation also initiated an annu-
al scholarship to a graduating Kohler High
School student.
To keep up with advances in technology
and to maintain a progressive curriculum,
Kohler School needs a steady and reliable
source of revenue separate from the restrict-
ed and often challenged public funding.
Looking beyond the district’s annual needs,
The Kohler School Foundation has also
established an endowment, in addition to
the Annual Fund, to invest in the future of
Kohler School. Benefits from the
Foundation help the school continue its tra-
dition of excellence.
For additional information on how you
can support Kohler School through the
Kohler School Foundation or to express
your interest in serving on a foundation
committee, contact the Foundation at 333
Upper Road, Kohler, WI 53044 or e-mail
kohlerschoolfoundation@kohler.k12.wi.us.
Kohler School Foundation “Project – Project
into the Future” off to a Fantastic Start
Ci nco de Mayo cel ebr at i on
at Kohl er El ement ar y
Fami l y- Ori ent ed Al l - day
Event and Bi ke Race
Hosted by Downtown Sheboygan
Downtown Sheboygan will host the 1st
Annual Harbor Centre Family Day and Bike Race
presented by Bank First National on Sunday, June
22nd, from 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Beginning at
9:30 a.m. with the Junior’s Race for ages 10-14
and ending with the final lap of the Men’s Pro
Race around the .75-mile criterium course at 7:00
p.m., the Harbor Centre Family Day and Bike
Race will feature 10 bike races, live entertain-
ment, a Kid’s Zone, a corporate V.I.P. area, great
food and more.
The day’s events will span across Downtown
Sheboygan from Erie to New York Avenues, and
from 8th to 9th Streets. Fountain Park will be
home to the music main stage featuring talented
entertainers throughout the day including the Al
Pike Blues Band and Sheboygan’s own Identity
Crisis. The Kid’s Zone, also in Fountain Park, will
feature family activities planned by the Boy’s and
Girl’s Clubs of Sheboygan. There will even be a
family Big Wheel Race, sponsored by the Above
and Beyond Children’s Museum. Patrons can also
learn about smart riding techniques from the
Wisconsin Bike Federation in the Bike Safety
Tent.
The Harbor Centre Family Day and Bike Race
will anchor the weekend’s three-day Wisconsin
Cycling Series sponsored by Aurora Healthcare.
The cycling series will showcase races featuring
amateur riders of varying levels as well as draw
some of the top professional riders and elite teams
from across the United States. Spectators and
interested riders can get more information as well
as register for the event at
www.wicyclingseries.com
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Wi l l i am Rut t en
have poles and tackle provided by La Crosse
Park and Recreation Department “Take Me
Fishing” grant program.
Our volunteers will be providing the opportuni-
ty to learn a variety of basic techniques to get
them started and help them enjoy this lifetime
activity. All poles and bait will be provided.
There is no fee for this activity but Pre-registra-
tion at the Village Hall is advised to ensure that
equipment will be available.
We need volunteer parents, grandparents and
sportsmen/women from our community. If you
have any interest or questions about this pro-
gram, please call Susie Wandschneider, 458-
9726.
Free fishing weekend June 7 & 8
Every year Wisconsin sets aside a weekend
when no license is required. All of the waters
of the state are open! This event is designed to
encourage families to get out and fish together
on Wisconsin waters. Join us at Woodlake.
Registrations
Registration for all programs is required before
participation is allowed. Please take note of
deadlines. Most registration slips are available
to download at www.kohlervillage.org.
Actions taken by the Village Board during
their meetings on March 17 and April 21,
2008:
Accepted bid from Visu-Sewer Clean & Seal
for Church Street sewer lining project,
$29,556.
Approved submitting application for storm
water management grant by Earth Tech,
$1,600.
Approved operator’s licenses as requested.
Approved Temporary Class B beer license for
the Kohler Fire Department brat fry May 4,
2008.
Approved January and February 2008
Revenue & Expense Report.
Approved hiring new Recreation Department
and Department of Public Works employees
as presented.
Accepted bid from Sheboygan County
Highway Department for Church Street
paving project, $23,995.
Accepted bid from Kaltenbrun Bros. for
modified bitumen roof at the Public Works
garage, $77,359.
Approved $600.00 for tennis court wind
screens from the Recreation Department
budget contingent upon receiving two grants
for the remaining $1,100 cost for the project.
Approved change of agent for Quality State
Oil Class A beer license from Jerry Fenn to
Michael Kramer.
Approved the Kohler School Friends 2008
Kohler Class Run/Walk June 14, 2008.
Approved the following requests for Tourism
Promotion & Development funds:
$6,796 for the Nursery Window, LTD. for
partial funding of advertising costs for the
third annual Kohler Doll and Teddy Bear
Show October 11, 2008.
$500 for the Kohler School Wellness
Program for the 2008 Kohler Wellness
Program Fitness Ride September 27, 2008.
$14,000 for July 4 Fireworks and Sousa con-
cert.
$40,000 for May/June golf package promo-
tions.
questions about building permits and/or permit
fees can be directed to Pete Scheuerman, Village
Building Inspector, at 920-526-2200, or the
Public Works Department at 459-3881.
It is necessary to have approval from Kohler Co.,
if stated in your property deed, and the Village
Plan Commission before construction begins on
projects including, but not limited to, fences,
accessory buildings, garages, home additions and
decks. Guidelines are available at the Public
Works Department that include necessary items
for submission to Kohler Co. and the Village
Plan Commission. Plan Commission meetings
are the second Thursday of each month at 4:30
p.m. Plans to be included on the agenda must be
submitted to the Public Works Department by the
Wednesday of the week prior to the meeting.
FROM RECREATION DIRECTOR
SUSIE WANDSCHNEIDER
Village Pool Hours
Open swim hours will be as follows:
Weekends 2:30-4:30 p.m. begin-
ning April 12
Tuesday and Thursday 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Summer hours 1:30-8:00 p.m. beginning June 11
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
Monday-Wednesday-Friday 7:00 A.M.
This is an energizing experience in the shallow
water. A cardio workout and muscle toning are
the emphasis for this class. We encourage partic-
ipants 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
non-residents per session
A card will be available for purchase at the pool.
The cost will be $10.00 for 12 sessions for resi-
dents and $22.00 for non-residents.
Deep Water Cardio and Abs
This class is held on Tuesday and Thursday at
5:15 p.m.
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 as the Water in Motion
class.
“Tennis for the Fun of It”
Beginning June 11
This is not necessarily for
the serious player. Get together with other casual
and regular tennis players for some fun. Bring a
partner or not. Fill your cooler with your favorite
beverage and enjoy “tennis for the fun of it”.
When: Wednesdays 6:30-8:00 p.m. Adults
only. Fee $5.00
If interested or have any questions call Susie at
458-9726 or stop at the Village Hall for registra-
tion slips.
Take Me Fishing
June 7 9 a.m.-2 p.m. At Woodlake - Follow
the signs northwest of the Inn on Woodlake.
Kids 6-12 years old are invited and should
be accompanied by an adult. The Village
Recreation Department will be conducting a
workshop and a fishing day at Woodlake. We
is starting his second year of Police Science
classes in the fall. Brent is also a village resi-
dent and will be very involved with the Kohler
Police Dept. this summer. Along with partici-
pating in the ride-alongs, Brent will be assisting
with the Bike Safety Day, Kohler Classic, Brat
Trot, and other events that occur in the Village.
As an intern, the Kohler Police Department gets
to use their services and the intern gains experi-
ence and also earns college credits. Brent will
be wearing a shirt that says LTC and will be
accompanied by a Kohler Police Officer. Brent
will be the departments 6
th
intern since I have
been Chief of Police. The department hired
Officer Matt Hocevar in October 2006, who
was an intern in the summer of 2004.
FROM PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTEN-
DENT BRUCE NEERHOF
Larry’s Hauling Industrial Site
Just a reminder that Larry’s Hauling has an
industrial site for yard waste only. It is located
in the Sheboygan Falls Industrial Park at 111
Balsam Road. Dumpsters are located between
the Hagemeir Construction and New Dawn
buildings. It will be necessary to have the office
open the locked gate for you. Office hours are
from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Residents may dump all materials into
the dumpsters. Please take any containers with
you.
Use of Village Trucks for Special Collections
Use of a Village truck for special pick-ups can
be arranged only with the approval of the
Public Works Superintendent. These include the
following items: Dirt, clean topsoil, sod.
Residents must load materials into the truck
themselves. Do not place materials in bags. If
you would like to arrange a special pick up,
please call 459-3881. If a resident has materials
from a remodeling or other construction project,
they may call Larry’s Hauling at 467-1919 to
rent a dumpster.
Be a Leak Seeker
Water bill higher than usual? Check all faucets
for leaks. Just a slow drip can waste 15-29 gal-
lons per day.
Put a drop of food coloring in the toilet tank to
see if it leaks into the bowl. Based on experi-
ence, it is found that leaking toilets are the rea-
son for unusual water usage 90% of the time. If
you believe this is the cause you may contact
our department and our crew can detect leaks
with a special listening device.
Holiday Trash Collection Schedule
Due to the 4
th
of July Holiday being on a
Friday, there will not be regularly scheduled
garbage pick up on that day. Trash collection
will be on Saturday, July 5
th
for household
garbage only.
Garage Sale Signs
One temporary “garage sale” or “for sale” sign
shall be permitted on each lot or parcel. Signs
located on public property will be removed by
the Public Works Department or Police
Department.
Building Permits
A reminder that building permits are required
for new structures, additions, remodeling,
accessory structures, pools, plumbing, electri-
cal, HVAC, siding, roofing, fences, signs and
driveways that encroach on right-of-way. Any
Village Meetings Scheduled for June
6/4 Public Library Board 4:00 p.m.
(at Library)
6/9 Property Committee 4:45 p.m.
6/9 Finance Committee 6:00 p.m.
6/12 Plan Commission 4:30 p.m.
6/16 Village Board 7:00 p.m.
All meetings are held at the Kohler Village
Hall, 319 Highland Drive, unless otherwise
indicated.
FROM CLERK/TREASURER
LAURIE LINDOWwww.kohlervillage.org
Open Book and Board of Review
The Village Assessor will be holding Open
Book session at the Village Hall soon. To
schedule an appointment with the assessor,
please call the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at 459-
3873. Open Book is an opportunity for property
owners to meet with the assessor and examine
the records for their property and discuss how
the assessment was made. Time spent dis-
cussing your assessment with the assessor may
eliminate the need for a formal appeal to the
Board of Review. At open book, the assessor is
allowed to make any changes that are necessary
to perfect the assessment roll.
The Village of Kohler Board of Review will
meet sometime after the Open Book session.
Property owners that want to appear before the
Board of Review to appeal their assessment
must provide the clerk-treasurer with written or
oral notice of your intent to file an objection at
least 48 hours before the first scheduled meet-
ing of the Board. Also, a written and signed
Form of Objection to Property Assessment
must be filled out and filed with the clerk with-
in the first 2 hours of the Board’s first sched-
uled meeting.
FROM POLICE CHIEF
WILLIAM RUTTEN www.kohlerpolice.com
Bike Safety Day
The Kohler Police Department in conjunction
with the Village of Kohler Recreation
Department is again sponsoring the Bike Safety
Day on Saturday June 7
th
at 12:30 p.m.. The
event is being held at the Village Hall. Licenses
are required and are available for $2.50 for any
bikes with wheels larger than 16”. Anyone that
needs a license can download the bike license
form from www.kohlerpolice.com and have it
filled out before you arrive. There will be forms
available the day of, but it would make that
portion go more quickly. All participants will
receive an inspection of their bike, a free hel-
met and a bike accessory. We will also be sup-
plying free soda and chips after the day’s
events.
Helmet Sightations
The Kohler Police Department in cooperation
with Aurora Health Care and the local Dairy
Queens will again be participating in the
Helmet Habit “Sightation” program. The
Kohler officers may issue “Sightation” coupons
to children 16 and under when they are wearing
their helmets while biking, skating or skate-
boarding.
Police Intern
Some of you may have noticed that we have
had a ride-along in our squads since the end of
May. The Kohler Police Department has hired a
college intern who is attending Lakeshore
Technical College. The intern, Brent Halverson,
Publ i c Wor ks Supt .
Br uce Neer hof
Fi r e Chi ef
M i ke Li ndst r om
Recr eat i on Di r ect or
Susi e Wandschnei der
Li brar i an
Er i n Copper smi t h
Public Works Employee Dave Buhler receiving a gold watch for 25 years of service. Village Deputy Clerk Cindi Gamb recognized as Certified Municipal Treasurer.
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Golf Wisconsin Weekend - Kids Play Free
May 31-June 1, 2008 from Noon-5 p.m
Blackwolf Run & Whistling Straits
This is a partnership with the Department of
Tourism to promote golf in Wisconsin by
offering complimentary greens fees for kids
(17 and under) after noon on Saturday and
Sunday with a paying adult. For more
information, call Blackwolf Run at (920)
457-4446 or Whistling Straits at (920) 565-
6050.
June is Dairy Month
Woodlake Market
June 1-30
Special promotions throughout the grocery
store and special partnerships with local 4-H
Groups and milk, cheese, yogurt, and ice
cream vendors.
Fabulous Fondue Fridays
Craverie
Fridays, June 6-August 29, from 5-7 p.m.
Enjoy dipping fruits, cakes, homemade
marshmallows and other sweet treats into a
never-ending fountain of KOHLER Original
Recipe Chocolate, all while enjoying the
beautiful atmosphere of the Craverie and
Wood Lake. Don’t miss the complimentary
chocolate-making demonstration and tasting
from 5:30-6 p.m., every Fabulous Fondue
Friday.
$15 per person
Includes treats for dipping and a glass of
house wine, beer or nonalcoholic beverage.
Tuesday’s Tastes - Sizzling Summer
Specialties
Woodlake Market
June 3rd, 6-7:30 p.m.
Wisconsin PepperHeads will grill some of
the area’s best BBQ recipes. Learn how to
prepare special sauces and marinades using
it’s signature hot sauces for the ultimate
grilling experience. Specialty beverage also
will be on hand to pair it’s excellent beers
with the BBQ. $10 per person. Available for
purchase at Woodlake Market’s Courtesy
Desk or by calling 920-457-6570.
Reiki Seminar
Intentions
June 7 at 1 p.m.
Learn about healing energy at the FREE
seminar. Please call 920-457-9543 for
reservations.
DESTI NATI ON KOHLER
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
SCIO Farmer’s Market
New Location. New Time.
June 13-October 3, 2008
Fridays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
On the lawn between Woodlake Market and
Johnson Bank.
Fun with Dirt for Father’s Day
Kohler Gardener
Saturday, June 14
Sessions from 11:00-12:00; 1:00-2:00
Plant a potted “Herb Garden” for Dad using
Bio-pot’s. Pre-registration is required by
Thursday June 12th. 12.00 charge per child
Call the Kohler Gardener for details and to
register 920-458-5570.
Wine and Artisan Cheese Tasting
Woodlake Market
Saturday, June 21st from Noon to 4 p.m.
Local and imported artisan cheese will be
available to sample along with recommended
wine pairings.
Fridays on the Lake - Last Fridays of
June, July & August
Sports Core
June 27th from 5-8 p.m.
Complimentary live entertainment from
“Celebration” with cash bar and grill menu
available. Members are invited to enjoy the
sunset over Wood Lake on the spacious deck
area. Members are invited to bring friends to
unwind and socialize.
Sousa Concert
July 4, 2008
Kohler Ravine Park
Celebrate Independence Day on a Great
American note with a rousing Sousa Concert
performed by the award-winning Kiel
Municipal Band under the direction of Dr.
Louis Schmidt. This old-fashioned open-air
social recalls the 1919 and 1925 Sousa
Concerts in Kohler’s Ravine Park. Enjoy a
menu featuring summer favorites, including:
hamburgers ($3), brats ($4-6), hot dogs ($3),
corn-on-the-cob ($2), cotton candy ($2),
Sno-cones ($2), popcorn ($1), chips ($1), ice
cream bars ($3) and candy ($1-2). Beer, wine
coolers and soda will be available for
purchase through the Kohler Volunteer Fire
Department. Concessions start at 6 p.m. and
the concert starts at 8:30 p.m. Fireworks to
follow. For more information call 920-457-
8000.
2008 Kohler golf series announced
Destination Kohler has launched a new
series of amateur golf tournaments begin-
ning in May hosted at Blackwolf Run and
Whistling Straits for the 2008 season.
The Kohler Golf Series is designed to
provide opportunities for the recreational
golfer to compete in golf tournaments.
Each series event promises to offer an
enjoyable outing for each participant.
The Player’s Cup Challenge is the sig-
nature event for the 2008 Kohler Golf
Series. Celebrities, professional athletes,
corporate executives, and interested golfers
alike will take part in world-class golf and
entertainment while raising money for
grieving children across the United States.
Prizes for this two-day golf match include
a Dream Golf Getaway to St. Andrews,
Scotland, and the once-in-a-lifetime VIP
Experience at Super Bowl XLIII.
To enhance the competitive atmos-
phere, the top three teams from the
Corporate Challenge events will contend in
the Corporate Challenge Finals held in
October. Of the six teams, an overall cor-
porate championship team will be awarded
the 2008 Corporate Challenge Title and
Trophy.
Champions from each of the series
events will be recognized at awards cere-
monies and posted online at
DestinationKohler.com. The Kohler Golf
Series 2009 event dates will be announced
at the end of the 2008 season.
– Girlfriend’s Golf Championship – May
31 June
– 2nd Annual Brian Griese Player’s Cup
Challenge – June 7-9
– Father & Son Championship Weekend –
June 14-15
– Sports Core Golf Challenge (Sports
Core Members & Guests Only) – June
22 July
– Corporate Challenge #1 – July 9
– River Wildlife Golf Challenge (River
Wildlife Members & Guests Only) – July
20 September
– Corporate Challenge #2 – September 3
October
– Corporate Challenge Finals – October 21
Interested participants should call 920-457-
8000 to reserve a place in the Kohler Golf
Series and get detailed information on the
tournaments and packages. Or visit
KohlerGolfSeries.com.
Cl ai m t he name cont est –
The Vi l l age of Kohl er ’s
very own cof f ee shop
Enter your chance to name the new cof-
fee shop located next to Woodlake Market
at The Shops at Woodlake (formerly
Mobile Mud). The coffee shop will reopen
Monday, June 9th. Please bring name
entries in-person from June 9-30, 2008. If
one of the entries is selected, the winner
will receive a 25-Drink Punch Card.
Contest information: Entry forms avail-
able at the coffee shop starting June 9th.
Entries should include your name, address,
and phone number along with the suggest-
ed store name. No purchase necessary. No
email entries accepted. Once the name is
confirmed as legally viable a winner will
be announced in July. Please contact Jeff
Breit with questions via email at
jeff.breit@kohler.com or via phone at
920-457-8000.
It has been said to be addictive…and there is
good reason why: KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates Terrapin Trail Mix is made from all
of the best, most delicious ingredients in the
Craverie kitchen.
Terrapin Trail Mix is a unique combination
of KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolate’s sig-
nature caramel recipe, three types of roasted
nuts and dried cranberries with milk, dark and
white chocolate mixed in. The chocolatiers
decided to take all of the ingredients from the
Kohl er Ori gi nal Reci pe Chocol at e
of t he Mont h: Terrapi n Trai l Mi x
Terrapins, mix them together and ojala!
Terrapin Trail Mix.
Terrapin Trail Mix is a terrific add-in to
cookies, pancakes or hot cereal. On its own, it
is a beautiful, decadent snack or dessert and
pairs well with coffee or tea.
Terrapin Trail Mix is available in 7- and 12-
ounce bags at the Craverie Chocolatier Café,
Woodlake Market, the Emporium, or online at
www.KohlerChocolates.com
Terrapin Pancakes
Ingredients
Method
Sift together flour, sugar, salt and baking powder in a large
mixing bowl; reserve.
In a separate bowl combine eggs, buttermilk and vanilla and add
the cooled melted butter; mix thoroughly. Add the wet ingredients
to the dry ingredients and mix with a wire whisk until smooth.
Pour batter onto hot skillet, sprinkle liberally with KOHLER
Original Recipe Chocolates Terrapin Trail Mix. Cook until golden
brown, turn over and cook other side.
Makes twenty – 2-ounce pancakes.
2½ C all-purpose flour
1
/3 C sugar
1T kosher salt
4 T baking powder
4 eggs
1 qt buttermilk
1 t vanilla
1 T sweet butter, melted
½ lb KOHLER Original
Recipe Chocolates
Terrapin Trail Mix
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