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My name is Stacy Stock. I am the junior high communication arts (English, Grammar, Reading) teacher here at Raymond School. I also coach the forensics team for the annual Western Racine Forensics League Contest. This is my 13th year teaching. I initially taught a Title I program and Social Studies at McKinley Middle School in Kenosha from 1998-2000. My husband and I built a home in North Cape, and I was eager to find a teaching position in or nearby my new home community. As luck would have it, an English position opened at Raymond School. I was offered the position and have been here since 2001. Working here in this community has been one of the biggest blessings of my life. I graduated from Riverside University High School in Milwaukee in 1989. I attended the University of Wisconsin La-Crosse from 1989-1993. Then, due to lack of finances like most college students, moved back home to Milwaukee to earn more money in order to finish my college education. I became a paralegal for Hale and Lein handling all trial prep for personal injury and corporate matters from 1993-1996. After some time building a small savings, I returned to school at UW-Parkside to complete my education and student teaching in English education. I graduated in 1997 with an English Major and an emphasis on 1st-9th grade education. I later received my masters degree in curriculum design and education from National Louis University in 2001. My husband, Paul, and I have two daughters, Emma (16 years) and Lexi (12 years.) Both girls went to Raymond School until the 2012-2013 school year. They have transferred to North Cape in order to meet new kids before going to their district high school in Waterford. Free time for me is hanging out with the family, going to movies, cooking, camping, taking annual vacations, and going to exercising. My family and I have taken trips to the United States Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Boston, Philadelphia, Virgina, and Florida. I am so thrilled to be a part of such a fantastic school. I look forward to working with all of you! Keep reading… keep writing! Life is good!