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 two children, our granddaughter, Ruby Elizabeth(3 years old) and our grandson, Willum Joseph (turning 1 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 decided to pursue a Master Degree in Education.  She graduated from K-State in May 2020 and is a certified teacher. She is beginning her first year as a 5th grade ELA teacher in Fayettville, Arkansas where she also hosts an ASL club for students.

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, she decided to attend 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 in 2020.  He is living in 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 10th year).

Interests:

Spending time with family, traveling (ask me about my trip to Alaska!), reading, and attending local sporting events