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Pre-K Teachers

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Mrs. Dannell Nordstrom joined the St. Bridget Parish School family in 2002 as a student teacher in the first grade classroom. Mrs. Nordstrom has been teaching here ever since. During her time here, Mrs. Nordstrom has taught in a K-1 multiage classroom, a Preschool classroom, and in a Pre-K classroom. Mrs. Nordstrom currently teaches in our part-time Pre-K classrooms. Prior to coming to St. Bridget, she attended UW-River Falls where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. Dannell and her husband John live in Woodbury, Minnesota with their 4 children William, Lucas, Matthew and Liela. During their spare time they enjoy being together as a family at the cabin in Spooner, Wisconsin. Mrs. Nordstrom enjoys teaching hands on, hearts on, minds on learning activities that invite the students to learn and explore. She believes teaching the whole child is vital to Early Childhood Education. She is excited to be a part of the St. Bridget mission because she can continue to teach in a Christian family environment encouraging students to grow spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually.

Latischa Ferg joined St. Bridget Parish School in 2018 as a PreK teacher.  Prior to coming to St. Bridget, she worked in an eye clinic, and before that subbed in various school districts, grades K-12.  Ms. Ferg received her bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education at UW-Stout.  Latischa’s teaching interests include reading and hands-on experiences through play.  Latischa resides in Roberts, WI.  In her free time, she enjoys going up north and reading.  She is excited to be a part of the St. Bridget mission because the school focuses on the development of the whole child, spiritual and academic.

Our curriculum is based on the Diocese of Superior Curricular Guidelines which can be found here: DOS Curricular Guidelines