Pre-School Teacher- Barb Foucault
Upon completion of my certification in 1990, I worked as a substitute teacher in the Whitewater area for ten years while my children were in school. In January of 2000, I became the Third and Fourth Grade Teacher at Delavan Christian School where I was employed until March of 2008. In September of 2008, I was employed as a teacher at the Children's Center at the UWW. I personally encountered Jesus and asked Him to save me when I was eighteen. I was in College in Missouri and tagged along with some friends, that I had met, to a prayer meeting. It was unlike anything I had ever encountered growing up in a mainstream protestant church. These people spoke to God and about God like they knew him. I began telling God (silently) that I felt like a lost sheep. I believe there is life only through Jesus Christ; His atonement for sin allows me to be reconciled to God and live eternally in His presence. I live in Whitewater with my husband of forty years. I have three grown sons with wives and children of their own. My husband and I have five grandchildren.
School Office Manager- Lynette Howsden
I am a grandmother of five little boys- Gabriel 9 years old, Thatcher 8 years old, Drew 5 years old, Tate and Rufus both 3 years old. My husband's name is Darrel and we have two adult children, Jamie and Chad. My husband and I serve in Awana at Faith Community Church. I was raised in a Christian home where I asked Jesus to be my Lord and Savior when in 1st grade. Jesus means everything to me. This is my fifteenth year at Faith.
Teacher K-1st Grade- Jeanne Mosurinjohn
My previous experience includes teaching 4th grade at Aurora Christian School in Aurora, IL., 2nd grade at Fox Valley Christian Academy in Neenah, WI, Preschool ages 2, 4, and here at Faith Community Christian School the Pre-3 class six years ago. I've also been a Kindergarten aide at Purdy and Barrie Schools and was the Gifted and Talented Education Coordinator a year for the Fort Atkinson School District. This is my fifth year as K-1 teacher at Faith. I was raised in the Catholic church and always felt close to God. When I was in 9th grade my cousin told my older sister how to ask Jesus to be her Savior and she in turn told me. I did ask Jesus to be my Savior one beautiful spring day when I was sitting on my church steps. It was a wonderful and exciting experience and still is. I toured with the international performing group, "Up with People" for a year between my second and third year of college.
School Administrator- Sherry Myers
I was the K-1 teacher at Faith Community Christian School for 15 years and taught all subjects. I retired from teaching in May of 2002. Now I have returned and I am the Administrator of Faith Community Christian School. This is my fifth year as administrator. My responsibilities at present are focused on being an Administrator. I also teach some classes in the morning. I accepted the Lord as Savior when I was 27 years. old. I just kept thinking there had to be more to life that was purposeful, then what I was experiencing. While watching a Billy Graham Crusade, I made a decision for Christ. My real growth came when I started going to Bible Studies. There I learned how to follow Christ. Hopefully, each day I can become more like Christ. I have two grandsons who were adopted from Russia. My husband and I have 3 children. Jori, Kelly and Aaron.
Teacher 5-8 Grade- Sherry Thomas
This is my fifth year at Faith. I taught 2 years at Victory Christian High School in Neosho. But I taught for many years in Florida. I worked for a year at a Deaf-Blind school and 6 years in a classroom with Deaf children. I homeschooled our own children for 16 years, while occasionally subbing in the public schools. During this time, I did some interpreting for the Deaf as well - elementary age up through college. Then I taught classes at a couple of different Christian schools. The last 16 years, I have also been a trainer for Awana ministries in Florida and Wisconsin. I accepted the Lord as my Savior when I was 10 years old. When I was 16, I surrendered my life to the Lord and asked Him to use me in some way. I am glad the Lord is willing to use those who are willing to be used. My husband and I have worked in Awana for 30 years - our entire married life. Eight years ago we felt the Lord calling us to do it full-time. So after going through candidate school, we were asked to move to Wisconsin and take over leadership of this area. We have been serving as the Awana missionaries in Southern Wisconsin for the last 8 years. We help churches start Awana and minister to those who use the program.
Teacher 2-4 Grade- Kim Wille
This is my eighth year teaching at FCCS. I feel blessed to be able to pray and teach at FCCS. I spent part of my student teaching in Sweden. I went to an AWANA Club with my neighbor and at the age of eight accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior and was saved from my sins. The Lord gave me the gift to teach and I followed His plan and finished college. Just when I became discouraged about finding a job, Jesus opened the door for me at Faith. My life is amazing when I am totally trusting God.