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Making a Difference for Wisconsin Students!

John Zuleger of the Zuleger Insurance Agency in Appleton, WI, presented Meemic Foundation grants to several local schools. Janet Sager of Seymour High School in Seymour will use her grant to build a Makerspace program for students. Mary Whitman at St. Francis Xavier Elementary in Appleton will subscribe to the BrainPOP website to help students learn and review science concepts.

Amy Locy of Huntley Elementary will purchase two Expanding Expressions Toolkits to help students with speech and language impairments. Tiffany Wesoloski, a reading specialist at Jefferson Elementary, will use the money to purchase diverse biographies for the school book room. Jennifer Buss of Johnston Elementary will buy materials to help teach proper nutrition as part of the physical education curriculum.


The grant presentations also were covered in the Appleton Post-Crescent.

Top photo (from left): principal Tom Mueller, technology teacher Jonathan Kollath, library media specialist Janet Sager, associate principal Collette Wilichowski and John Zuleger

Principal Laura Barnett (from left), John Zuleger, Mary Whitman and Director of Catholic Educational Services Todd Blahnik

Principal Kendra Vandertie (from left), Amy Locy and John Zuleger

John Zuleger (from left), Tiffany Wesoloski and principal Lori Leschisin

Principal Douglas Benz (from left), Jennifer Buss and John Zuleger