Sunday Staff Spotlight ~ Mrs. Weborg
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Sunday Staff Spotlight
Meet Mrs. Weborg ~ Librarian
How long have you worked in the district? What is your background in education?
I volunteered at Walworth first, then became a substitute teacher, then a long term substitute teacher in the library and finally I became a full time teacher here 7 years ago. I earned my teaching degree from UW-Eau Claire and my Library Media Specialist license from
Where is your hometown?
I grew up in Sturgeon Bay, WI, which is in beautiful Door County! My husband grew up just north of Sturgeon Bay, and we met at a summer job just after we both completed collage.
Tell us about your family.
We have 2 wonderful young ladies. Taylor Grace is a junior at Bigfoot and Chloe is in 8th grade here at Walworth. We also have a dog names Sydney and a cat named Rey. The people in my picture would be my extended family. My parents, my 2 sisters and their families. We enjoy spending a lot of time together.
What is your favorite book?
I LOVE to read, and often have more than one book going at a time! My favorite book is whatever I’m currently reading! I enjoy reading middle school fiction books to recommend to our students, I enjoy reading picture books out loud to our younger students, and I enjoy reading nonfiction self help, DIY and biographies in the summer for myself.
What’s the best thing about working in the district?
I love working in a small, caring community. Our staff is amazing, our students are out of this world and I enjoy working just down the street from my home. I love that my girls and I have been able to go to school each day together and I know their classmates. I love that our school is small enough that I know each student here. I love that our students have the opportunity to try out many different areas of interest (music, sports, drama, IDC, forensics…) and feel welcome. Students in larger school districts don’t always have that opportunity.