Nathan Hale High School’s Donna Krasovich Named General Education Teacher of the Year by Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services

Nathan Hale High School’s Donna Krasovich Named General Education Teacher of the Year by Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services
Posted on 06/08/2021
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Our District is proud to announce that Nathan Hale High School Math teacher Donna Krasovich has been named General Education Teacher of the Year by the Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services, Ltd. (WCASS).

WCASS is a professional organization comprised of over 350 members who administer and support special education programs throughout the state of Wisconsin. The organization was founded in 1994 by a group of special education administrators.  

Through proactive leadership, the Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services is committed to providing training and technical assistance, facilitating communication among stakeholders, and shaping educational policies and practices in order to promote superior support services for students with special needs.
 
“Donna is always advocating for what is right for all learners, but goes above and beyond to do so for our learners with disabilities,” explains Director of Leadership and Learning, Deidre Roemer. “She has worked with our math curriculum and math tools to personally design lessons and units to meet the needs of learners who need a specialized pathway in order to access grade level content in high school math,” 

“Donna has worked to find adaptive tools and resources to ensure a student with a visual impairment can access high levels of math instruction, even though she does not have the student in class. She works to close gaps for learners in math and inspire all learners to be mathematicians.  We are very proud of her accomplishments and thankful for the work she does to help all learners achieve.”