Mrs. Grosnick believes it is her job to help 6th grade students transition seamlessly into the middle school atmosphere. This transition can be difficult and students in her classroom earn their right to more independence in their choices and more responsibility as the year progresses.
It is Mrs. Grosnick’s privilege to help students identify their God given talents and spiritual gifts. She encourages her students in a way that helps build up those strengths in the classroom and toward one another in preparation for the world ahead.
She strives to maintain a Christ filled, fun, and safe learning environment for her students. She holds all her students to high standards and encourages students to reach for goals they did not even themselves know they could obtain. Her philosophy is that all students should be allowed to learn at their own levels to maximize potential for student growth and to ensure students grow to love learning. Learning on an individual level is something that she strives to achieve in her classroom.
It is also important to her that she develops strong relationships with her students and their families. Parent, student, teacher communication is a vital part of student success in the classroom. It is her philosophy that the conversation between the parents and teacher needs to be constantly open to help students achieve their best in the classroom.
Mrs. Grosnick has a degree in K-12 Music Education as well as Elementary Education from Concordia University Wisconsin. She attended Trinity grades K-8 and grew up in Wausau. She was blessed to start her ministry teaching at Trinity Lutheran School in Merrill before being called to Trinity Lutheran School in Wausau. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, singing, and spending time with her husband and four kids.
1 Peter 4:10
“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms”.