5th/6th Grade Teacher
Extension 123

My name is Rebecca Brockman and this is my fourth year teaching Science at Raymond. I love science and all the exploring, learning, and fun we get to have!

I grew up with my parents and older sister in our family’s home in New Berlin. Since then, I moved to West Allis with my husband and our fur baby Wando. I have a bachelor degree in elementary education, which I earned from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I enjoy spending my time with family and friends, reading about how to further grow as an educator, and walking Wando.

I wish you all a happy and excellent 2018-2019 school year!

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