About Me

Who is Mrs. Werner?

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I grew up in Marysville, Kansas and graduated from Marysville High School.  After high school, I attended K-State.  After graduating from K-State, I moved to  Axtell, Kansas and began teaching at Summerfield Elementary School.    I still reside in Axtell with my husband, Joe.

Family:  

Husband Joe- owns and operates Little Joe's Service in Axtell, Kansas

Daughter Casey- graduated from Wichita State University and worked as a Dental Hygienist in Kansas City, Missouri; On October 1, 2016 she married Donny Hulsing.  She and her husband have welcomed our first granddaughter, Ruby Elizabeth on May 17, 2018.  She is expecting another child in November.

Daughter Paige-graduated from the University of Kansas, with a degree in English; She also studied ASL (American Sign Language) for 4 years; After being employeed with Lawrence Public Schools working with students who have special needs, she has decided to pursue a Master Degree in Education.  She graduated from K-State in May 2020 and is a certified teacher. She will be substituting this fall, hopefully in my classroom sometimes!

Daughter Alexis- graduated from Washburn University, with a degree Forensic Investigation; she was a member of Alpha Phi Sorority; after interning with Topeka Police Department last summer, she has decided to join Topeka Policy Department Academy.  She graduated from the academy in July 2020 and is employed as a Police Officer with Topeka Police Department. 

Son Clark- Graduated from Axtell High School this past school year (2020).  He will be moving to Manhattan and plans to attend Manhattan Area Technical College, studying Electric Power and Distribution.

Education:

Bachelor of Science degree from K-State, 1987

Master of Science degree from K-State, 1992

Career:

I have taught MTSS, Kindergarten and grades 2 through 6 at Summerfield Elementary (17 years), Bern Elementary (7 years), and SES (in 9th year).

Interests:

Spending time with family, traveling, attending children's sporting events, and reading