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The professional teaching faculty at Trinity is ready to serve your family. Read below about each of our fantastic staff...

Bill Zuelsdorff, Principal

Mr. Zuelsdorff enjoys serving in a Lutheran school setting. He believes that God has charged His people with the task of raising up their children with knowledge of their loving Creator. Lutheran schools not only supply families with the core subjects of math, science, reading, etc., but they also infuse this with the knowledge of a loving Heavenly Father. Teaching at a Lutheran school truly does allow one to share the love of Jesus with the families of their community.

Mr. Zuelsdorff enjoys interacting with students in and out of the classroom. He enjoys being able to instruct students in the classroom setting, but also enjoys being able to interact with students in informal settings as well.

Some things Mr. Zuelsdorff enjoys doing outside the classroom are officiating baseball, softball, and football. He enjoys watching his three sons play sports. And, he enjoys doing Civil War reenacting during the summer months.

Mr. Zuelsdorff grew up in Merrill, Wisconsin. He received his teaching degree at Concordia-St. Paul, MN, later receiving a Masters Degree in Education from Lakeland College. Mr. Zuelsdorff is married to Carmen. They have three sons, Bretten, Rhein, and Kiel.

One of Mr. Zuelsdorff’s favorite Bible passages comes from Isaiah 40:31...but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

Kim Graff, Teacher - 4K

Sandra Raben, Teacher - Kindergarten

When she isn't teaching, Mrs. Raben enjoys spending time with her family, reading, running, and watching the Packers.

Mrs. Raben is one of our teachers who attended here as a child, then grew up, went to college, and returned to teach here. She has a degree in elementary education from Concordia University St. Paul, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Concordia University Portland, and more than 30 years of teaching experience. She and her husband Brent live in Wausau. They have a daughter who has a Master’s degree in Counseling and lives in the Milwaukee area.

Holly Prahl, Teacher - Grade 1

Mrs. Prahl helps students make the transition to 1st grade by stopping down and visiting in the kindergarten classroom many times throughout the year. She tries to make learning fun! She is caring, loving, and compassionate even in discipline to all her students. She helps children know that a lot is expected of them, and assures they have the academic and social skills necessary to achieve their goals.

Mrs. Prahl loves teaching at Trinity because she can share the love of Jesus with her student's everyday. She loves the class sizes which allow her to give attention to the needs of each and every student. She strives to make sure she always reaches every kind of learner-whether they are visual, auditory, tactile or kinesthetic.

Some of the interesting activities that go on in Mrs. Prahl's class include read aloud books about an adventurous mouse, a neighbor with unusual cures for children's behavior, a rescued pony and a crazy candy maker, a trip to the pumpkin farm in the fall, a unit all about penguins, Junior Achievement, where students learn about needs and wants and their communities, a trip to see a play at The Grand Theater and a day of outdoor education in the spring.

When she isn't teaching, Mrs. Prahl enjoys scheduling and attending athletic events at Trinity, watching the Packers, family time and camping in the summer.

Mrs. Prahl attended a small Lutheran grade school in her home town, grew up, and went to Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin, where she received her degree in elementary education. She has 25 years of teaching experience. She and her husband Russ live in the township of Easton. They have 2 sons who attend Trinity.

"Train up a child in the way he should go and he will not depart from it." I want my students to know the love of Jesus as their Lord and Savior and to share that love with others. I want them to know that know matter what we do, or how far away from him we may go, He will always be with us, loving and forgiving us. Waiting for us. That's why I've chosen to work at a parochial school.

Cathy Page, Teacher - Grade 3

Mrs. Page loves the privilege she has of teaching third graders each day! She realizes the importance of making school fun and meaningful while meeting each child’s individual learning style. Her love for Jesus is evident in how she cares for her students and also in how she handles conflicts that may arise. She believes that communication with parents is key in creating successful partnerships in each child’s learning.

Mrs. Page likes creating and teaching lessons and units in which students learn across the curriculum. She enjoys integrating technology to help prepare students for the world around them. And of course, integrating our Christian faith in all we do is an integral part of our day! Some things to look forward to in third grade are special classroom rewards and surprises; a trip to the Grand Theater; reading, researching, and presenting a biography project; learning about the fifty states and capitals; and an end of the year zoo trip.

Outside the classroom, Mrs. Page enjoys spending time with her family, playing volleyball, going camping, and cheering on the Milwaukee Brewers, Green Bay Packers, and Merrill Bluejays.

Mrs. Page attended Trinity Lutheran School in Merrill, WI, where several of her teachers inspired her to become a teacher herself. She has a degree in Elementary Education with a Music specialization from Concordia University-Chicago. She feels very blessed to have started her teaching career at two excellent schools in Houston, Texas, where she gained eight years of valuable experience before returning back to her home state of Wisconsin. She has 20 years of experience in 4K through 8th grade. Mrs. Page and her husband, Daniel, have four wonderful children, ages 16, 13, 11, and 7.

One of Mrs. Page's favorite Bible verses is from Jeremiah 29:11 where it says, "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

Heidi Scheck, Teacher - 4th Grade

Miss Scheck believes the classroom is a fun and safe place where each student is able demonstrate their talents, grow as an individual as well grow with their classmates. Each student has the opportunity to grow in body, soul and mind rather than just one area of life. Miss Scheck is privileged to be part of this process.

In the classroom, Miss Scheck looks forward to bringing technology into the classroom. She also finds value in hands-on and interactive lessons which she will be incorporating into the classroom routine. She strives to make learning enjoyable and applicable to the students.

This year Miss Scheck looks forward to studying about her home state with the students and taking a trip to the “Little Red School House.” The creative side of students will be shown when we take a look at famous artists and create renditions of some of their pieces.

When Miss Scheck is not working with wonderful students, she enjoys catching up on her scrapbooking, singing and watching Packer games. She especially loves spending time with her family in God’s beautiful creation.

Miss Scheck was born in Wisconsin where she lived for a couple of years before moving to Australia for two years. She then moved back to Wisconsin and started attending Zion Lutheran School in Menomonee Falls, where she also attended church until moving to Wausau. Miss Scheck received her Bachelor’s Degree from Concordia University Chicago in Elementary Education, with an endorsement in Special Education.

“Now then, stand still and see this great thing the LORD is about to do before your eyes!” – 1 Samuel 12:16

Shannon Grosnick,Teacher - Grade 5 & 6 (2016-17)

Mrs. Grosnick believes it is her job to help 5th & 6th grade students transition seamlessly into the middle school atmosphere. This transition can be difficult and students in her classroom earn their right to more independence in their choices and more responsibility as the year progresses.

It is Mrs. Grosnick’s privilege to help students identify their God given talents and spiritual gifts. She encourages her students in a way that helps build up those strengths in the classroom and toward one another in preparation for the world ahead. “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” 1 Peter 4:10

She strives to maintain a Christ filled, fun, and safe learning environment for her students. She holds all her students to high standards and encourages students to reach for goals they did not even themselves know they could obtain. Her philosophy is that all students should be allowed to learn at their own levels to maximize potential for student growth and to ensure students grow to love learning. Learning on an individual level is something that she strives to achieve in her classroom.

It is also important to her that she develops strong relationships with her students and their families. Parent, student, teacher communication is a vital part of student success in the classroom. It is her philosophy that the conversation between the parents and teacher needs to be constantly open to help students achieve their best in the classroom.

Mrs. Grosnick has a degree in K-12 Music Education as well as Elementary Education from Concordia University Wisconsin. God has blessed her with many musical talents which she shares with her students on an almost daily basis. Music has been a tool she has been able to utilize with many students who struggle to help them succeed in the classroom. She enjoys teaching all classroom subjects but specializes in Language Arts, Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary Enhancement.

She attended Trinity grades K-8 and grew up in Wausau. She was blessed to start her ministry teaching at Trinity Lutheran School in Merrill. She taught middle school Music, Art, and English before being called to Trinity Wausau. In her spare time, she enjoys working on professional development, camping, singing, watching sports, and spending time with her husband and three young daughters.

Gina Maroszek, Teacher - Reading Specialist

Mrs. Maroszek loves the Lord, and with His help, strives to create a joy-filled classroom where the students can grow, learn, and shine for Him. This environment engages students, includes various types of learning activities, and reinforces the needs of each individual so all are successful. Mrs. Maroszek incorporates the use of technology throughout the subjects for review, research, and the development of projects. There are many special days that are based on a theme, field trips, and presentations, which enhance learning with a touch of fun. One of her favorite subject's is reading, so there is a lot of thinking, sharing, and laughing with great literature. She especially loves to have little hearts hear, learn, and make connections with Bible stories. She wants parents to be a part of their child's learning, so expect quick feedback, lots of pictures, videos, and written communication. Mrs. Maroszek has been teaching for over 28 years. She earned her degree from Concordia University Wisconsin with a minor in Early Childhood. She attended UW Stevens Point for her master's degree in education with an emphasis in the area of reading. Her favorite Bible verse is Ephesians 4:32 "Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you."

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