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OCTOBER 1, 2016 | 920-331-4904

Kohler native Jenna Peters clears Kohler High School
opening hurdle in her bid to earn students named National
Merit Scholarship
a spot on the LPGA Tour
Jenna Peters, who helped lead
the Kohler High School golf team
to a state championship her senior
year in 2011, was the only golfer among four from Wisconsin
to make it through the first stage
of the LPGA Tour Q-School at
Mission Hills Country Club in
Rancho Mirage, California held
August 25-28. Jenna is a recent
graduate of Butler University,
where she golfed on the women’s
team earning BIG EAST Player of
the Year in 2015.
Jenna, along with fellow Wisconsinites Lisbeth Brooks of
Waunakee, Brooke Ferrell of
Edgerton, and Jessie Gerry of
Madison were among 347 golfers who competed in the first
stage of LPGA Tour Qualifying
School, which are annual tournaments that qualify golfers for
leading tours such as the Syme-


tra and LPGA. A player who
makes it through all three stages
of Qualifying School is granted
membership on the LPGA tour
for the following season known
as a “tour card.” The tour card allows a player to play in most of
the tour’s events without having
to qualify. Also, players who ad-

vance through Stage 1 and Stage
2 of Qualifying School will have
some type of status on the Symetra tour which is the feeder circuit
to the LPGA tour.
The format of the LPGA Tour
Q-School was 72 holes of strokeplay competition played over four
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Kohler High School and Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation are proud to
announce that Angela Schmitt
and Nathan Waniorek have been
named 2017 National Merit
Scholarship Semifinalists, and
Elise Schlecht and Luke Silvestri have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National
Merit Scholarship Program.
Angela and Nathan are academically talented high school seniors
who have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some
7,400 National Merit Scholarships
worth more than $32 million that
will be offered next spring. To
be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, semifinalists must

fulfill several requirements to advance to the finalist level of the
competition. About 90 percent of
the Semifinalists are expected to
attain finalist standing, and about
half of the finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning
the title of Merit Scholar.
Else and Luke are also academically talented high school
seniors. Although they will not
continue in the 2017 competition
for National Merit Scholarship
Award, Commended Students are
placed among the top five percent
of more than 1.6 million students
who entered the 2017 competition. Congratulations to Angela,
Nathan, Elise, Luke and their families!

Angela Schmitt

Nathan Waniorek

girls tennis team 2016 conference champs
The Blue Bombers defeated Plymouth 5-1 in girls tennis on September 27. The Kohler girls tennis team
has won the conference title three out of the past four years. The girls won three of their four singles matches and all their doubles matches.

National Merit Scholarship Commended Students Elise Schlecht and Luke Silvestri with
school staff and board members after receiving school board recognition.

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KOHLER, WI – Kohler Foundation’s final 2016 ‘Arts at the
Waelderhaus’ event will be held
at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October
23. David Daniel of American
Players Theatre in Spring Green,
Wisconsin, will give an entertaining and engaging presentation
about Shakespeare’s most famous
play. The event is open to the public. Reservations are encouraged,
due to limited capacity, but no
tickets are necessary. (Suggested
donation of $5 at the door helps
to support future arts events at
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Foundation at 920-458-1972
to make a reservation, or email
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Known around the state for
engaging audiences in poetry,
language, and Shakespeare, actor
and teaching artist David Daniel
brings his gifts to Waelderhaus.
In his piece, “Of Juliet and Her
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does an actor find his way into
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like the play, this presentation includes descriptions of love and violence, so it is recommended for
audiences over the age of 12 years
The Waelderhaus is managed
by Kohler Foundation, Inc., and
offers an array of unique cultural events throughout the year. It
is located at 1100 Riverside Dr.,
Kohler, and is open daily (except
holidays) to the public for guided
tours, free of charge.
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group tour of the facility during
the week, please contact The
Waelderhaus Manager at (920)
453-2851, or Kohler Foundation’s
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Jenna Peters,
days with a cut made after the
third round. Jenna shot 1 over par
the first day of the tournament on
the Dinah Shore Course, even par
on the second day on the Palmer Course, and one under par the
third day on the Player Course
to put her at even par through 54
holes moving up 24 spots into a
tie for 39th place going into the
final round. Jenna’s goal, to finish
in the top 90 and advance to Stage
2, was realized on a 105 degree
day when she finished the 72 hole
qualifier at 6 over par. Jenna was
the only Wisconsin golfer to make
it to Stage 2, and reaching the second stage will most likely make
Jenna a regular next summer on


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the Symetra Tour.
Stage 2 play will take place October 20-23 at Plantation Golf &
CC in Venice, Florida. The top 80
and ties will advance to Stage 3 in
November. If Jenna can make it
through Stage 3 as one of the top
finishers, she will receive LPGA
membership. Jenna’s caddie is her
brother, John.
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Pethan, John A. (1947-2016)
John A. Pethan, 69, of Kohler ,
died peacefully on Sunday morning, September 11, 2016 with his
loving family at his side. He was
born in Appleton, WI on March
7, 1947, son of the late Robert
& Alice (Roehrig) Pethan. John
was raised in Kiel, WI where he
attended SS Peter & Paul Catholic School and was a 1965 graduate of Kiel High School. John
enlisted into the United States Air
Force in 1966. He attended “Air
University” where he received
his certification to perform duties
as SGT, Flight Chief. He proudly
served his country for four years
as a Flight Chief working on T-33
airplanes at Richards-Gebaur Air
Base in Missouri. During his second tour, he met the love of his
life, Joyce.
On March 14, 1970 he was united in marriage to Joyce Luginbill
at the United Methodist Church
in Seneca, Kansas by Pastor Max
Stillwell and Fr. Leo of St. Peter &
Paul Catholic Church, Seneca.
John was a dedicated employee
of Kohler Company. He worked
for many years as an Engine
Lab Tech until his retirement in
April 2015. He was a member of
St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church, the Kohler Police Athletic League, the Kohler Fire Dept
(Social Member) and served as a
Kohler Village Trustee for many
years until April of 2016. John

was an active member of the Kohler
Boy Scouts, serving
as scoutmaster for
10 years, and was a
committee member
of Bay Lakes Council Eagle Scout Advancement
In his free time, he
time with his family, taking countless family photos, hunting with friends, fixing
cars and being a great overall
handyman. As a supporter of the
Athletic Booster Club, John also
thoroughly enjoyed taking part in
all Kohler youth sports and activities, especially announcing for the
baseball team.
Survivors include his wife;
Joyce, his children; Sarah Pethan, Sheboygan Falls, Alexander
(Marivic) Pethan, Saudi Arabia,
Zachary (Erin) Pethan, Kohler
and his grandchildren; Walter &
Annette Pethan, Casper Pethan.
He is further survived by his siblings; Jane Pethan, special friend,
Don Glick, Jean (Peter) DeTroye,
both of Kiel, Diane (Marvin)
Mangan, Green Bay, David (Karen) Pethan, Karen (Mark) Miller,
both of Kiel. John is further survived by his mother-in-law; Mavis Luginbill, sisters-in-law; Ruby
Dyer, Ponca City, OK, Roberta
Luginbill, Penny Kramer, both of

Lawrence, Kansas.
He was preceded
in death by his parents, Robert & Alice, his father-in-law;
William Luginbill,
brother-in-law; Bill
Dyer Sr., nephews;
Bill Dyer & Eric DeTroye.
Funeral Mass for
John was celebrated
on Saturday, September 17, 2016
at St. John Evangelist Catholic
Church in Kohler, with Fr. Robert Lotz officiating. Family and
friends gathered at the church on
Saturday for family rites before
John’s family would like to
thank Dr. Steven Kream and nurses and staff at Aurora Sheboygan
Clinic along with all the nurses
and staff at Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice for all the
care and compassion shown to
John and his family.
A memorial has been established in his name.
Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral
Home of Kiel is assisting with arrangements.

What started as a one-night
dinner auction fundraiser in the
school gym ten years ago has
grown to a celebration of education, community, and giving.
On October 29, 2016, the Kohler
School Foundation’s Fall Follies
will celebrate its tenth year with
an appropriately themed fundraising event, “Rockin’ through the
Fall Follies has grown in attendance over the years. It continues
to be open to all ticket-purchasing
residents, Kohler Schools’ faculty
and parents, their friends, and corporate supporters. Yet attendance
has not been the only area of
growth. The nonprofit 501(c)(3)
organization has tripled its proceeds through the decade, raising
well over a million dollars for the
benefit of Kohler Schools.
Established in 1997, The Kohler
School Foundation helps promote excellence at the district by
awarding grants, scholarships,
professional development for educators and assistance for the ongoing and expanded needs of Kohler
Schools. Each year, the Foundation takes the proceeds from Fall
Follies and uses it to directly impact the next academic year in the
form of grants that align directly

with the district’s strategic plan.
These initiatives otherwise would
not happen, as they are considered
items outside the scope of the District typical budget. Schools need
a reliable source of revenue separate from the restricted and often
challenged public funding.
Technology has, in the past,
been an emphasis for the Kohler
School Foundation, as it often requires capital-intensive hardware
that extends beyond the district’s
budget. “It’s a logical place to
direct funds, as it often impacts
every student in the district and
gives students the opportunity to
learn more globally by expanding
the virtual walls of the classroom,
“said Foundation Board president Amy Biznek, “Yet, while the
Foundation is known for supporting technology, it also supports
programs that develop the student
as a whole.” A great example has
been the impact the Foundation
has had with the Junior Achievement model in the middle school.
Through a Foundation grant, the
school is entering its fourth year
educating fifth grade and eighth
grade students in finance through
trips to Junior Achievement’s BizTown and Finance Park in the
Milwaukee area. These programs
also include classroom curriculum
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various aspects of finance the students learned. Among many concepts, fifth grade students are assigned specific roles in a business,
develop knowledge of income and
expenses, and learn how to impact
the business based on supply and
demand. Eighth graders understand more what it takes to balance a checkbook. They also learn
the impact of a large purchasing
decision on a family budget.
The Kohler School Foundation
does more than that: in the past
year, the organization invested
$45,000 to support the library
renovation. In conjunction with
the generosity of the Village of
Kohler, both patrons and students
have access to several different
meeting environments - from individual cubicles that connect a
student laptop to the world to inviting areas to collaborate, the library is now a more flexible space
for learning.
It’s apparent Fall Follies has
made an impact. Over the past 10
years, it has built community and
celebrated education. With dinner,
live music and the silent and live
auction, you won’t want to miss
out. Please gather your friends
to attend Fall Follies - held October 29 at the American Club at
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Lakeland University’s financial aid office will give presentations this fall at local schools
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United Way of Sheboygan County Announces Fifth Annual Harvest for
the Hungry, sponsored by Destination Kohler and Sargento Foods
The largest United Way event in Sheboygan County aimed to raise money while offering a
delicious dining experience for the community
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. – United
Way of Sheboygan County is
pleased to announce the fifth annual Harvest for the Hungry event,
sponsored by Destination Kohler
and Sargento Foods. The annual
event will take place October 18,
2016 at the Main Stage tent for the
16th Annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience, located at the Shops
at Woodlake Kohler. Tickets are
available for $15 (adult) and $10
(children) and available for purchase at the United Way office,
Woodlake Market in Kohler, or
online at
“Going on our fifth year for this

wonderful community event, we
could not be happier to partner
with such amazing companies as
Kohler Co. and Sargento,” said
Laura Schwartzburg, Deputy Executive Director of United Way of
Sheboygan. “We have in the past
raised more than $70,000 for our
United Way efforts. We could not
be more proud and thankful for
the community’s support.”
The community can enjoy the
Kitchens of Kohler Harvest menu
for lunch, dinner or both - seatings
will be offered throughout the day.
Tickets are available at $15 for
adults, $10 for children ages 5-12
and free for children under age 4.

Beverages include Torke Coffee,
assorted Pepsi products and bottled water. Wine and beer will be
available for purchase from 5-8
- Lunch seatings offered at 11a.m.
and Noon
- Dinner seatings offered at
4p.m., 5p.m. and 6p.m.
For those interested but cannot
attend the seated meals, prepackaged meals to-go are available at
Woodlake Market. Place orders by
calling 920-457-6570.
There will be raffle items available throughout the day and appearances made the United Way
of Sheboygan County Business

Champions. Guests have the opportunity to visit and take photos
with the new mascots representing
United Way of Sheboygan County’s top companies: Kohler Co.,
Sargento Foods, Vollrath, Plastics
Engineering Company, Rockline
and Johnsonville.
September and October have
been designated as United Way
Months in Wisconsin, in recognition of the launch of United Way
annual campaigns throughout the
state. For more than 80 years,
United Way of Sheboygan County has been working to build a
stronger and healthier community through effectively facilitating

community resources, convening
broad dialogue and focusing on
the areas of highest need. Many
companies in Sheboygan County run employee campaigns this
time of year, and some run special
events as a boost to their annual
campaign to support the United
Way’s mission.
For more information on all
of our upcoming events, please
visit or
contact Laura Schwartzburg at






October 31st from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.


Village Meetings Scheduled for October
Property Committee
4:30 pm
Finance Committee
5:00 pm
Library Board
12:30 pm at Library
10/10 Village Board
5:30 pm
10/27 Planning Commission
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland
Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
Absentee Voting
The General Election will be Tuesday, November 8. Will
you need an Absentee Ballot? Absentee ballot applications
are available in the Village Clerk/Treasurers Office
or online: (Form GAB-121).
Absentee voters are required to show a photo ID to vote
when voting in the Village Offices. If voting absentee
by mail, a copy of photo ID must be included with the
absentee ballot request.
Voter Registration
Are you registered to vote in the Village of Kohler? Voter
registration is available in the Clerk/Treasurer’s Office
until Friday, November 4. You can also register on Election
Day. New registrants must provide a document establishing
their proof of residence as part of the voter registration
application. Valid forms of proof of residence must include
the voter’s name and current address. Examples: current
and valid Wisconsin driver license or identification card;
official identification card or license issued by a WI
governmental body; real estate tax bill or receipt for current
year or year preceding the date of the election; college ID
card (must include photo) along with a fee receipt dated
within the last 9 months; gas, electric or telephone service
statement for period commencing no earlier than 90 days
before the Election; bank statement; paycheck; check or
other document issued by a unit of government.


Brush Pick-up
The Village crew picks up brush and tree branches that
can be run through a chipper on Tuesdays. The material
must be in 4-foot lengths, maximum of 6-inch diameter and
piled neatly at the curb. No thorny material or material with
root balls is allowed. Thorny material, root balls and all
loose material must go in the yard waste cart.
Leaf Collection
Leaf collection will start on October 3rd and continue until
December 2nd. Leaves should be raked into the street
along the curb in three-foot (3’) wide rows. No grass
clippings, sticks, or other garden debris is allowed.
The Public Works Department follows a schedule for leaf
collection. Each week, the collection starts on the south end
of the Village where the trees are more mature and produce
more leaves. The route continues to the west and north
sections of the Village. During the last part of October and
early part of November we may only be able to get through
the Village once a week due to the heavy leaf fall.
Fall Yard Waste
Yard waste must be put into the carts with the green lid.
On October 25th and November 1st, yard waste may be put
into additional containers after the cart is full for these two
special pickup weeks.
Emerald Ash Borers (Written by Mike Kitzerow – Village
of Kohler DPW & Arborist)
Ash trees in many Wisconsin communities are under

attack by the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive,
wood boring beetle. It kills ash trees by eating the tissue
under the bark. It is native of East Asia and inadvertently
brought to the US in wood shipping crates from China.
At this point it has not been detected in the Village of
Kohler, but has been found in both Sheboygan and
Sheboygan Falls. This does not mean they are not here.
Most of southern Wisconsin is in a quarantine zone to
try to slow the spread of the beetle. We visually monitor
village trees and perform close inspections when pruning.
Emerald ash borers are very small metallic green beetles.
They are about the size of a cooked grain of rice: only
about ⅜-½ inch long and 1/16 inch wide. Adults emerge
from beneath the bark of ash trees in late May through
mid-July. They create D-shaped exit holes as they chew
their way out. They never wander far from the tree they
emerge from (a mile or two). Adults will feed on the
leaves but do little actual damage to trees. Larvae feed
under the bark for one or two years and create s-shaped
galleries. This is where the damage is done. Trees that are
attacked by EAB can die within 2 to 4 years. Symptoms
of the borer include bark splitting, crown reduction,
epicormic branching, and woodpecker feeding.
The Village of Kohler has approximately 300 ash trees
lining our streets. We also have many ash trees in parks,
woods, or on private property. Many of our street trees
are greater than 20 inches in diameter and have grown
to the point where they provide significant shaded
canopy, provide value to homes and aid in rainfall runoff
reduction. All of our ash trees are susceptible to the borer.
Our treatment program began as soon as the borer
was discovered in Wisconsin, approximately six years
ago. Trees were evaluated for structural soundness and
condition. Those that were sound were treated. Initial
treatments were done with Emamectin Benzoate, a
product that will remain in the trees for three years. The
village trees were divided into thirds and put on a three
year treatment rotation. Treatment is done by injecting the
product into the trunk at the root collar. Recently we have
switched our injection methods to try to reduce damage
to the base of the tree and risk of public exposure to the
product. All of our injections are done by Department of
Public Works staff that is Wisconsin certified pesticide
Moving forward, ash trees in the village will need to
be continually treated. We will continue to update our
program to use the most productive and cost effective
methods of treatment. Trees that were deemed to be
structurally unsound are being removed and replaced with
new varieties. We have yet to see whether the treatment
programs will save the trees over the long term or just
delay the insect-borne damage. Residents can help slow
the spread of this insect by limiting the movement of
firewood into the village. On its own, the beetle will fly
only a few miles, but is easily moved in ash firewood.

For further information please visit the University of
Wisconsin- Madison’s EAB webpage.


The Kohler Police Department wants trick-or-treating to
be fun and safe for everyone. To help that cause, Officer
Hocevar will be holding a Safe Trick-or-Treat Awareness
Program in the school for the younger students. He will be
passing out trick-or-treat bags from the Police Department.
During Trick-or-Treating, which will be on October 31st
from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., officers will hand out the glow
necklaces to any child that wants one. The glow necklaces
will make the children more visible as they are enjoying the
night out. Choosing a costume where the kids are able to
maintain good vision is also a very good idea.

Pool News
The pool is moving into our Fall Schedule. The Baby
Pool closes September 4.
Our hours for Fall:
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 6-7:30 PM
Saturdays and Sundays: 1:30-4 PM
Please Note: We are CLOSED September 5th so our
staff can be with their family.
Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day Weekend we will
be open from 1:30-4 PM, this is the last weekend for
the Baby Pool.
Free to Village residents
$2 if you are a guest with a Resident, $5 unaccompanied
by Resident
Don’t Forget we still have Water in Motion (Water
Aerobics) and Lap Swim
Water in Motion
Meets on M/W/F at 7-8 AM
Cost is $1 – No class on September 5!
Lap Swim
On Monday – Thursday at 8-9 AM
No cost if you are a village resident

The Village Board approved the following items during
their August 8 meeting:
 Sheboygan County mutual aid and assistance
 Operator’s licenses as presented.
 June 2016 revenue and expense report, bank
reconciliation and journal entries.
 Building permit for expansion of the Inn on Woodlake.
 Resolutions:
2016-5 An Official Statement of Intent for Issuing Debt
for 2016 Capital Outlay Purchases.
2016-6 Authorizing the Borrowing of $980,000 from
the State Trust Fund Program for the Purpose of
Financing the Purchase of Capital Outlay Purchases.
2016-7 An Official Statement of Intent for Issuing Debt
for the Purpose of Financing the Refund of Taxes due to
Excessive Assessment Related to Property Tax Appeals.
2016-8 Authorizing the Borrowing of $2,187,450 from
the State Trust Fund Loan Program for the Purpose
of Financing the Refund of Taxes Due to Excessive
Assessment Related to Property Tax Appeals.

Village Board

Thomas Schnettler, President
Susan Jaberg
Charles Keller
Bruce Nowak
Brian Post
John Winter
Mike Zimmermann
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Director of Public Works
Brett Edgerle
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom




August 15, 2016 Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes
Call to Order
Pete called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. in the Kohler Public
Library. Paula Anderson called roll. The following board members
were present: Christina Koberstein, Steve Cassady, and Pete
Schueller. Meredith Behler entered at 5:33 pm. Chad Hamilton
was absent.
Statement of Public Notice
August 12, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda. Steve seconded the
motion. Motion carried.
Superintendent Report (Quynh Trueblood)
Thank the community members for their participation and Christina
Koberstein and Steve Cassady for providing board support. The
small group created an opportunity for conversation and identified
the following values:
 Nurturing and developing the whole child
 Meeting individual student needs: physically, emotionally,
academically and socially
 Fostering student success, high performance in and outside the
 Community engagement
 Strong and supportive school board
 Applied learning for future skills readiness
 Clear paths to a future toward college and technical schools.
Officially begins with registration. 70% of families registered. The
process went well owing to the office dream team: Paula Anderson,
Matt Kautzer, Lynn Vander Schaaf, Rebecca Remberg, Linda Neil,
Theresa Theune, and (retired) Jeni Rydz. Volunteers: Wendy Kukla
and Rich Tengowski, Deb LaDuke, Lacy Wiest, Deb Konecke, Lori
Ollman, Kim Wilkens, and Kelli Vroom. We are aiming for online
registration next year to streamline the process further. Technology:
Nate Miller and Facilities: Jeff Schulz, Mark Gabrielse, and Lloyd
Bleuel for their steady work.
Kohler Schools will welcome new staff with an orientation and
luncheon on Monday Aug 22 and welcome back the faculty and
staff at presession on Aug 29-31. Highlights include:
 Luncheon hosted by the Kohler School Friends
 Goal setting for each school and students
 Strategic Plan input
 Strengthening our culture and climate for learning with
Mindfulness training
 Continued support for teacher performance with Frontline
Technologies replacing Teachscape.
E-Newsletters for each school are keyed and ready to
launch. Special thanks to Tim Brown, Lisa Greene, Joe Hildebrand,
and Nate Miller for leading task forces and school and community
members for their hands-on help. The ultimate goal is to provide
information parents and the community want that is easily
accessible and delivered to them. Sections of the E-Newsletter
include: Back to school welcome and information, happenings and
highlights, and links to public notices school board meetings.
The district website is now mobile friendly and features
improvements. See the Athletics and Activities tab! Upcoming
events are now linked the E-newsletters and Facebook.
Our Facebook trend increased by 575% in people engaged and
174% by weekly total reach. Thanks to Joe Hildebrand, Lisa
Greene, Tim Brown, and Paula Anderson for their targeted efforts.
Elementary Principal Report (Lisa Greene)
Teachers have been busy getting their rooms ready for the
We will be attending the PBIS Leadership conference in Wisconsin
Dells on August 16-17. Our PBIS leadership teams will be attending
this with the admin staff. This conference gives us all an excellent
opportunity to share and celebrate school and district level
successes and identify ways to build upon our PBIS program.There
are a variety of breakout sessions to learn new things and provide
opportunities to network with other educators around the state
to share ideas and learn from each other, as well as some team
planning time to work on our plan for the year.
Upcoming events
New staff will be coming in for a day of orientation on Monday,
August 22. They are all excited and ready to go!
JK meet and greet at Ravine Park on Monday, August 22 from 6:007:00
Kohler School Friends first meeting will also be August 22 from

MS-HS Principal Report (Timothy Brown)
I am excited for the start of the 2016-17 school year. I can only
hope to express the impressive work of Lynn Vander Schaaf,
Rebecca Remberg and Paula Anderson district administrative
assistants for all of their behind the scenes work, Christine Voice
and Laura Multer for scheduling students, and the work of our
custodial staff to get the building ready for our staff and students to
arrive in a few weeks. We have had a productive summer and are
ready for the school year. I wish to also thank the school board for
a successful 2015-16 school year and looking forward to 2016-17
and beyond.

Steve moved to approve the resolution Meredith seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.
Resolution to post notice of the adopted 2016-2017 academic standards
on the Kohler School District’s website consistent with the requirements
of Wisconsin Statute 120.12 (13).
Meredith moved to approve the resolution. Steve seconded the motion. All
ayes. Motion carried.

Accept the resignation of Deb Gordon, food service employee
Friday, December
Christina moved to accept the resignation of Deb Gordon. Steve seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.

1:45 p.m. Approve the hire of Ryan Eigenberger, HS English & Social Studies

Newsweek Top 500 School District
We received unofficial notice that Kohler High School earned
2016 Top 500 Public High School from Newsweek Magazine. To
determine ranking, Newsweek analyzed two aspects of school
performance: the academic achievement of all students on state
assessments in reading and mathematics and the extent to which
high schools prepare their students for college.
Kohler High School ranks in the top 1% of all High Schools
Kohler High School ranks in the top half of this 1%.
Kohler High School ranks #4 in the state of Wisconsin.


Kohler Memorial Theatre
Meredith moved approve the hire of Ryan Eigenberger. Steve seconded the

We graciously accept this ranking on behalf of our entire learning
community. It is yet another signal that our staff is dedicated to
doing great work that is starting to become recognized nationally,
not just locally.
Strategic Communications and School Perceptions
I wish to extend a great appreciation to our community for
supporting the district work on many fronts. From Strategic
Planning initiatives to structural changes to our parent and new
student orientation, and through the creation of an electronic
newsletter, our community and teachers have certainly
demonstrated a vested interest in improving our school.
We are dedicated to improve our messaging. We have focused
on Facebook as one instant way to which is happening in our
schools daily. Joe Hildebrand has updated the look to our Athletics
and Activities website for improved transparency and ease of
finding information. Lisa Greene and myself are creating monthly
electronic newsletters to update our entire community as to more
medium and long range planning as well as that which can be
expected in upcoming months. Our administrative staff will be
hosting community sessions on a regular basis to educate and
reach out to families. We are excited about these initiatives and
want to communicate that we are listening and responsive to the
needs of our families.
Review of District Finances
The 2015-16 fiscal year ended June 30, 2016 and, as expected, the
year ended with a favorable bottom line variance. The variance was
the result of underspending in various categories, with the majority
of the favorable variance in wages and benefits (vacancies), special
education, purchased services, and non-capital supplies.
The preliminary 2016-17 budget was approved by the board in
June 2016. The final 2016-17 budget and tax levy will be approved
on October 24, 2016 at the annual meeting. The major variable
at this point is enrollment, which continues to be monitored. Final
enrollment numbers (which is the primary factor affecting revenue)
for the 2016-17 school year are based on the 3 rd Friday pupil
count in September that is conducted on September 16, 2016.
The annual financial audit conducted by the school’s external
auditors has concluded. Similar to past years, the results were
favorable no issues of significance were identified. While this is
commonplace for the district, it should not be overlooked and is the
result of the efforts and dedication of many staff members.
Consent Agenda
Approval of July 9, 2016 Regular Board Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Steve moved to approve the consent agenda. Christina seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Academic Standards presentation and discussion (Lisa
Resolution to approve the following student academic
standards: Wisconsin Academic Standards for mathematics,
Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for science, Wisconsin
Academic Standards for reading and writing, Wisconsin Model
Academic Standards for geography and history, for the 20162017 school year, on August 15, 2016, pursuant to Wisconsin
Statute 120.12 (13)(b), and adopt the academic standards
as Board-adopted standards required by Wisconsin Statute
118.30 (1g)(a)1.”

motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Kathryn Felckowski, MS English teacher
Steve moved approve the hire of Kathryn Felckowski. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried,
Approve the hire of Jordan Scheuren, 3rd Grade teacher
Steve moved approve the hire of Jordan Scheuren. Meredith seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Michael Retzinger, Speech & Language pathologist
Christina moved approve the hire of Michael Retzinger. Steve seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from Kohler Company in the amount
of $72,000 for the Kohler School District post secondary and college
advisement program (2015-2016 school year)
Christina moved to approve the donation from Kohler Company in the amount of
$72,000. Steve seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried
The meeting was adjourned by Pete at 7:06 pm.

Board of Education Special Board Meeting
-- August 29, 2016

Call to Order
Steve called the meeting to order at 6:45 p.m. in the
Kohler Public Library. Chad Hamilton called roll. The
following board members were present: Christina
Koberstein, Steve Cassady, Meredith Behler and Chad
Statement of Public Notice
August 26, 2016
Approval of Agenda
Chad moved to approve the agenda. Meredith
seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Approve performance bonus for the superintendent
for the 2015-2016 school year Chad moved to pay
100% of the allocated bonus. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
The meeting adjourned at 6:50 pm.

Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of
the School District of Kohler, County of Sheboygan,
State of Wisconsin, that an Annual Meeting of said
district for the transaction of business will be held in
the Kohler School District Library in the school on
Monday, the twenty-fourth day of October 2016, at
six-thirty o’clock p.m. The Budget Hearing of said
district for review of the budget will be held in the
same place on the same day at six o’clock p.m.
Dated this 1st day of October 2016.
Chad Hamilton, District Clerk



Kohler Food & Wine Experience
October 20 - 23, 2016
Tickets are now on sale for the 16th annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience - a four-day extravaganza of food, wine and fun. There are
more than 100 ticketed events including dynamic culinary seminars,
cooking demonstrations, grand tastings and stylish signature soirees
set at the resort’s captivating venues and at the expansive Stella Artois
Main Stage tent. Tickets do sell quickly and guests are encouraged to
book reservations early. Order individual event tickets online at or by calling 1-866-243-8548.
Highlighted Event: Grand Tasting
Friday and Saturday, 5:30-7:30pm
The American Club Lakes Huron, Superior and Michigan Rooms
Discover new wines during this tasting served by knowledgeable wine exhibitors at the 16th annual
Kohler Food & Wine. When you taste a wine you especially enjoy, you can purchase a bottle on the
spot. Presented by Breakthru Beverage. $39 – Price includes tax and service fee.

Winter golf
The Kohler Swing Studio
& Golf Shop announces the
inaugural season of winter golf
leagues. The leagues will play
weekly from November to
March for a weekly fee of $25$35. Each week the two-person
teams will play a new course
on the Kohler Swing Studio’s
state-of-the-art golf simulators.
Leagues for men, women and
juniors will be available. For
more information and league
registration, contact Andrew
Cain at 920-208-4668.

Kohler Waters Spa Specials
The Forbes Five-Star Kohler
Waters Spa highlights the following offerings and events this fall.
- Hollyhocktober is here! Enjoy a
30% discount on signature Kohler
Waters Spa hollyhock scents
during the Semiannual Hollyhock Days in October. Products
are available for purchase in the
Kohler Waters Spa boutique and
online at (no
coupon code needed).
- Fall into Autumn. Receive a $25
discount on 50- and 80- minute
spa treatments Sunday through
Thursday through October 31. Not
valid with any other offer. Waived
usage with the purchase of one spa
service. Call 888-974-5431 to book
a service.
Fall Beauty Infusion Facial Event
Wednesday, October 5, 4-8pm

Restore hydration, brightness, clarity and tone in just 30 minutes with
Skin Authority’s Beauty infusion
Express Facial. Following a deep
exfoliation, a customized selection
of Beauty Infusions, drawn from
natural superfood sources of probiotics, turmeric, quinoa, blueberry,
avocado, and Swertia, will be
added throughout your treatment
to restore vibrancy and skin texture
while visibly minimizing the
appearance of fine lines and dark
spots. Your therapist will select
the appropriate Beauty Infusion
product for you to continue the
experience at home.
$30 per person includes a 25
minute customized facial and a $30
credit to use towards any Skin Authority retail purchase that evening.
Advance reservations are required.

Kohler Comedy Night: Four Nationally
Touring Comedians Set to Host Show
at The American Club
Kohler Comedy Night returns to
Destination Kohler this fall with a
line-up of nationally touring comedians on Saturday, November 5 at
8pm ($28.75). Tickets are available
for purchase online at or
The four comedians appearing in
the show in The Grand Hall of the
Great Lakes include:
- Josh Sneed, who’s been featured
on Comedy Central;
- Deb DiGiovanni, a finalist on the
fifth season of NBC’s Last Comic

Appointments are made every half
hour from 4pm until 8pm. Please
contact Katrina Schuchardt at 920453-2815 or Katrina.schuchardt@ to reserve your
appointment. Space is limited.
Registration fee is non-refundable
and non-transferrable for special
events. Access to full spa amenities
is not available for event guests.
Kerstin Florian Pop Up Event – Art
of Aromatherapy
Friday, October 21, 1-4pm
Join us in the spa boutique anytime
between 1pm and 4pm to learn
more about the amazing benefits of
Massage the Ghouls Away!
Thursday, October 27, 4-8pm
Join us on this spooky Pre-Halloween night for our Halloween
themed massage to work out the

- Pete Lee, well known for his
web show called Unsportsmanlike
- and emcee Jim Flannigan, a
mainstay at top comedy clubs
around the country.
Kohler Comedy Night Hotel Packages are available at The American
Club or Inn on Woodlake include
one-night accommodations on Saturday, a ticket and complimentary
drink per package adult, early entrance and premiere cocktail seating with tableside service. Package
prices start at $96 per person. Call
866-462-5645 for reservations.

ghouls of your skeleton. Our therapists will melt away tension and
stress to leave you feeling ready to
trick-or-treat the night away.
$65 per person, includes 25-minute
treatment, full spa access from
4:00pm until 8:00pm, and a $25
retail credit to apply towards any
retail purchase of $50 or more.
Please contact Katrina Schuchardt
at 920-453-2815 or Katrina. to reserve
your appointment. Space is limited.
Registration fee is non-refundable
and non-transferable for special
events. Due to the popularity of
this event, event services are limited to one per person.
For More information and reservations please visit:

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturday, October 1
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
10-11:30am (Junior Chef Classes Ages
6-8, $45) /
2:30-5pm (Senior Chef Classes Ages
9-14, $65)
Start your aspiring chef on the path to
becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking
Camp. Located at the Demonstration
Kitchen, each hands-on class challenges
kids to mix, measure, bake and cook their
way to a complete meal.
Junior Chef Classes - Ages 6-8:
Flatbreads to Quickbreads
Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14: Bakes
and Cakes
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 3, 6-8pm
The Horse & Plow
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.
Chef’s Table Dinner Series
Fridays, Various Dates, 6-8pm, $60 per
person / $79 with beverage pairings
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
Join us in Destination Kohler for the
first of its kind, Chef’s Table Dinner
Series. Delight in a 3-course dinner
demonstrated, prepared and served by
a featured Destination Kohler chef in the
Demonstration Kitchen. Chefs will be
showcasing their best and favorite dishes

for this exclusive event and showing you
how they make it all come together. Space
is limited to keep the experience intimate,
so make sure to reserve your seat at the
table soon. Reserve your spot and view
menus at
Schedule of upcoming Chef’s Table
Friday, October 7 – The Italian Meal;
Antipasto to Dolce
Friday, October 14 – The Fall Harvest
Friday, October 28 – My Pad Thai or
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 10, 6-8pm
The Horse & Plow
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.
Culinary Skills Class
Thursdays, October 13 & 27, 5:30-7pm,
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
Take your cooking expertise to the
next level Thursday nights at the
Demonstration Kitchen. Prep and cook
alongside our culinary experts as they
guide you through topics from knife skills
to pasta making.
October 13 – Sushi 101
October 27 – Soups
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturday, October 15
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen

10-11:30am (Junior Chef Classes Ages
6-8, $45) /
2:30-5pm (Senior Chef Classes Ages
9-14, $65)
Start your aspiring chef on the path to
becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking
Camp. Located at the Demonstration
Kitchen, each hands-on class challenges
kids to mix, measure, bake and cook their
way to a complete meal.
Junior Chef Classes - Ages 6-8: The
Great Pumpkin
Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14: The
Fall Harvest
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 17, 6-8pm
The Horse & Plow
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.
Harvest for the Hungry
Tuesday, October 18
Lunch 11am-2pm
Dinner 4-7pm
Main Event Tent at The Shops at
Advance Tickets - Adults $15, Children
$10, Children 4 and under free
Tickets at the Door – Adults $20, Children
$15, Children 4 and under free
Kohler Food & Wine Experience
October 20-23
Various Destination Kohler Locations
Mark your calendar for the 16th annual

Kohler Food & Wine Experience - a fourday extravaganza of food, wine and fun.
This interactive culinary event features
celebrity chefs, libations specialists,
wine experts and epicurean enthusiasts
from around the world for dynamic
culinary seminars, tastings and signature
festivities. See
website for specific information.
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 24, 6-8pm
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturday, October 29
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
10-11:30am (Junior Chef Classes Ages
6-8, $45) /
2:30-5pm (Senior Chef Classes Ages
9-14, $65)
Start your aspiring chef on the path to
becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking
Camp. Located at the Demonstration
Kitchen, each hands-on class challenges
kids to mix, measure, bake and cook their
way to a complete meal.

to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.

Sports Core
First Friday Mixed Doubles Tennis Friday, October 7 from 6-7:30pm
Kids Night Out - Friday, October 14 from
Happy Night at the Barre Social Friday, October 14 from 6-8pm
Kids Motion - Wednesday, October 19
from 9:30-10:30am
TGIF FUN - Friday, October 21 from 5:307:30pm
Zumba Party in Pink - Friday, October 21
from 6-8pm
Pro Shop Special: October 10-23
Rake in the Savings-Draw an envelope
and receive your discount up to 30% off
your entire purchase.


For a list of classes, information, pricing
details and to register call Yoga on
the Lake at 920-453-2817 for more
Junior Chef Classes - Ages 6-8: Cheese information. Yoga On the Lake offers
workshops, special events and guest
Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14: A Day instructors throughout the year.
in Italy
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 31, 6-8pm
Football is back and so is your chance