Ms. Theresa Stanek-Noble

Ms. Theresa Stanek-Noble

third grade

I grew up on a dairy farm in the Muscoda area with my parents and seven siblings. I received my B.S. degree in Elementary Education (grades 1-9) from UW-Platteville. My teaching career started in 1992 at St. Joseph School working with sixth, seventh, and eighth graders in English. In 2012 I switched to third grade. I’ve enjoyed having the opportunity to teach both the middle and younger grades. I live in Blue River with my husband Chris, our teenager Summer, our three cats Rebound, Marley, and Oliver, and several chickens. Our daughter Autumn attends UW-LaCrosse, and we skype weekly with Matthew, my stepson, who lives in Sweden. My favorite activities are going to my children’s activities, reading, biking, walking, and gardening.

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Meet Mrs. Megan McWilliams, Kindergarten

I grew up in Prairie du Chien and attended Winona State University in Minnesota. I started teaching elementary special education in Platteville, and then took some time off to be with my 2 children until they reached school age. I began as a volunteer at St. Joe’s and now am teaching kindergarten. In addition to teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family, photography, cooking, and baking. I am also an avid Green Bay Packer and Wisconsin Badger fan!
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CONTACT

St. Joseph’s Parish Office
305 E. Walnut Street
Dodgeville, WI 53533
Phone: 608 930-3392


Msgr. Daniel Ganshert (Monsignor)
Phone: 608-930-3392
e-mail: daniel.ganshert@straphael.org
Residence: 608-930-9336


Amy Esch (Business Manager)
Phone: 608-930-3392 Ext. 2
e-mail: sjoffice@mhtc.net


St. Joseph’s School
305 E. Walnut Street
Dodgeville, WI 53533
Principal: Mrs. Dana Graber
(608) 930-3392 Ext. 4
e-mail: stjoseph@mhtc.net

OUR POLICY

St. Joseph School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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