ABE Receives School of Recognition Honors for 2nd Year in a Row
For the second year in a row, Al Behrman Elementary School received Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition honors for the 2013-14 school year during a special October 8th ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison. Representing the Al Behrman Learning Community and the Baraboo School District at the ceremony were Bobbi Steele, Third Grade Teacher, and John Blosenski, the School Principal.
According to State Superintendent Tony Evers, "Partnerships among teachers, parents, administrators, school staff members, and the community contribute to the academic success of students in schools that receive this honor." This is especially true for the educational family at Al Behrman Elementary School. They put their hearts and souls into promoting academic success, fostering positive values, and enriching the lives of all their students each and every day. It is through the combined efforts of the Al Behrman Family and the entire Baraboo School District Community that we continue to move forward to make academic gains and provide students with a positive educational experience. This allows them to successfully continue on in their educational journey and to make a positive impact upon our community.