Current Community Events

Join us Feb. 15 or Feb. 22 for a free college planning program with our own college counselor, Joe Niemczyk. This program is for parents who have children of all ages. High school students are welcome to attend with their parents.

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ULS presents the rockin’ musical, “Bye Bye Birdie.” Performances will be on Feb. 16, 17, 18, 23 and 24.

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Free Community Movie Nights hosted at University Lake School presents “Up,” on Friday, March 2 at 7 p.m.

Join us Saturday, March 10, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., for our Preprimary Open House. Children are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Registration is open for the Performing Arts Summer Series, “A Musical Theatre Review.” Classes begin June 18 and a final performance will be held Friday, July 27.

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Personal Tours are also available any time.  Contact Deb Smith, Director of Admissions at (262) 367-6011 x 1455 or to schedule a tour.

Laker Playgroup is available for spring session. Laker Playgroup is a fun, educational playgroup facilitated by the same master educators who teach at ULS. Activities include art, music, Spanish and nature exploration. For children ages 18 months to 3 years.

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Rebecca Tiffany
First Grade & Pre-Primary Spanish Teacher

Grades: 1st and JK3-SK

Education: Masters of Education: School Leadership, Wilmington University
Masters of Education: Teaching and Learning, Wilmington University 

                 Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education and Spanish, Loras College

I believe that education is a life-long journey where every person has the opportunity to expand his or her mind and be a successful learner.  It is important that education advances upon prior knowledge and experiences to allow students to build upon skills necessary throughout life.  In provided a caring, organized environment I hope that students can experience a positive influence of education in their lives.

I believe as a teacher, it is my role to be a mentor and guide for students so they can learn through a variety of strategies, which are essential for learning.  Using a variety of evaluation and assessment along with instruction is vital to deeper development of learning.  Each student is an individual from a different background and has different ways of learning.  Because of these differences, it is important to use a constant variety of activities for learning as well.  Having positive reinforcement and student involvement in such things as discipline, instruction, and community meetings are important for student development.

Working not only as a classroom, but also as a school community through teachers, parents, and neighborhood help to enrich the learning capabilities for students.  Taking outside experiences and bringing them to the classroom brings the real world to education to deepen the impact of what life is like in society.  It is important to bring all of this into the school environment to help develop well-rounded and responsible citizens.

This is my fourth year at ULS and I am excited to be teaching a new discipline and grade level within our community.  I have been teaching for the last 12 years at various grade levels and feel I have found a professional home at ULS.

My husband of 10 years, Steve, is a mechanic with Air Wisconsin Airlines at the General Mitchell Airport in Milwaukee. We have two children, Nathan, who is 6 and in the first grade, and Ally, who is 4 years old and in the JK4 class here at ULS.  We enjoy spending time with family, going to the Milwaukee County Zoo, camping, swimming, gardening, and just being outside.  In my free time I like to play volleyball, sing, play piano, scrapbook, read, and cook.