The KM Connect School Design Team
Eric Anderson (Director - Mathematics): Eric Anderson (B.S. Mathematics, M.Ed.) has been teaching for Kettle Moraine since 1999. He has been an educator for more than 25 years at both secondary and post-secondary levels. He is currently the 6-12 Director of Learning for Mathematics for Kettle Moraine as well as the Mathematics educator for KM Perform School For Arts and Performance. When he is not working with his students or being with his family (husband, father, grandfather), he is probably moonlighting as a pop culture journalist, game designer or comic book historian.
Sheri Drogshagen (English): Sheri Drolshagen (B.S. Education, M.Ed, 4K-12 GT Program Coordinator License) has 36 years teaching experience consisting of 24 years in the classroom, including middle school language arts, and 12 years advocating for students as Gifted and Talented Coordinator. This experience has taught her that building strong relationships with her students is the key to guiding students to reach their full potential. Sheri is excited for the opportunity to blend innovation with personalized curriculum designs through collaboration with staff and students to produce meaningful, real world learning experiences that ensure student growth academically, socially, and emotionally. She is a huge Milwaukee Bucks fan who enjoys boating, game nights, and crushing her friends and family at ping pong!
Andi Kornowski (Science / Technology): Andi Kornowski (B.S. Science, M.A. Leadership and Innovation) is a 2004 graduate of Kettle Moraine High School. After returning to Kettle Moraine in 2010, she began her career as a high school science teacher and for the past seven years has served in the capacity of Personalized and Digital Learning Integrator (supporting both teachers and learners) at Kettle Moraine Middle School. As an educator, she enjoys creating learner-centered experiences in an effort to help learners uncover their own interests and passions. Outside of school you might find her on the diamond coaching softball at KM, out for a run on the local trails, pursuing her passions of gardening and landscaping, or reading and taking classes to fulfill her hobby as a lifelong learner.
Dr. Pamela Martin (Social Studies): Dr. Pamela Martin has taught at KM for 28 years. She is certified in broadfield social studies, history, psychology, sociology and political science. She has taught AP Psychology for over 20 years and has taught dual-credit psychology courses through UW-Oshkosh and UW-Green Bay for 8 years. She has also taught dual-credit sociology through UW-Green Bay for the past three years. In her history at KM she has designed many courses and been involved in creating several clubs. She has also taught seminars with KM Perform and KM Global. She has taught 7th through 12th grades. When Pam is not at school she loves spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren and wiener dogs.
Tood Steffanus (Science): Todd Steffanus has taught Science at KMSD since 1998. He earned his Broadfield Science Education Degree and subsequent Master's Degree in Technology Enhanced Education from the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. When Todd is not in the classroom, he can be found in his workshop, fishing a nearby lake, or camping with his wife and three kids.
Mike Weber (English / Social Studies): Michael Weber (B.S. English, B.S. Sociology, M.Ed.) has been with the district since 2001. An English and social studies teacher, Mr. Weber was on the design teams for both KM Global and KM Perform, where he has taught social studies and English since 2010, with an emphasis on creative writing and film. When not in the classroom, Mike can be found writing, drawing, making short films, or studying Aikido (5th degree black belt).