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Mrs. Ahler
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
8th Grade, Social Studies
Mrs. Albin
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Davisson
Rensselaer Central MS
 
Fine Arts
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 07/21/2014
Mr. Feagans's Profile
 
Exploratory Teacher
Welcome to Mr. Feagans' web page. I am really looking forward to teaching your child at RCMS. If you have any questions, please email me at Mike.Feagans@rcsc.k12.in.us
Mrs. Hall
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
8th Grade, Science
Ms. Kaufman
Rensselaer Central MS
(219) 866 - 4661 ext 210
PE/Health Teacher
Mrs. Kosiba
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
6th Grade, Science
Miss Maddack
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
7th Grade, Language Arts
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 12/07/2017
Mrs. Marchand's Profile
 
Resource Teacher
I am excited for the 2011/2012 school. This is my 14th year of teaching and I am anxious to see what this year will bring!
Mr. Michael
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
Principal
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 12/07/2017
Miss Nelson's Profile
219-866-4661
7th Grade, Math
Hi! I'm Ms. Nelson and this is my 6th year here at RCMS. I graduated from North Newton High School and moved to Terre Haute to attend college. I graduated from ISU in 2004 and lived and worked there until I moved to Rensselaer. I am the proud mom of 5 year old twins, a boy and a girl. It's hard to believe that they are in Kindergarten already. I love them, but they keep me busy! I am a member of the 7th grade team and am looking forward to our best year yet here at RCMS!
Mrs. Rhodes
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
Resource Teacher
Miss Skinner
Rensselaer Central MS
 
 
7th Grade, Social Studies
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 06/26/2014
Mrs. Spangler's Profile
219-866-8661 ext. 222
7th Grade, Language Arts
Hi I'm Debra Spangler. I love my profession and embrace the awesome responsibility and privilege of teaching your child to read and write well. The following is my teaching philosophy-- Middle schools and high schools provide a fundamental situation to prepare young people for a democratic and civic life. Generation upon generation has reached productive and rewarding adulthood having benefited from the experiences they have had in the public school systems. Young people of all backgrounds learn how to be Americans in public schools. Since I influence the way a child thinks, it is vital that I have a personal teaching philosophy that incorporates elements of effective instruction with kindness, caring and humor. I know my influence can last a lifetime. Student-centered instruction in which the student, not me, becomes the maker of knowledge is essential for effective education. Teachers should act as coaches and facilitators of learning to promote more active involvement of students in their own learning. Also, I understand that my attitude affects the outcome of every lesson. Therefore, it is essential that students believe that I care about them. Connections in learning are made when I care and am concerned about my students. Finally, assessment should flow from the idea that it promotes learning--it schould be about learning,not about catching students in mistakes. For example, assessment of a student's writing should be an evolving process in which I mark and provide feedback on successive drafts--in effect, assessing the work as the student polishes it into a finished product.
Mr. Stalbaum
Rensselaer Central MS
 
8th Grade, Math
Mrs. Stanley
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 08/31/2013
Mrs. Stanley's Profile
866-4661 Ext.115
6th Grade, Language Arts
Rensselaer Central MS
(219) 866-4661
6th Grade, Language Arts
Parents & Students, Again please note each daily agenda for all classes.You will find all of the current information under the link on the next page. My new website is www.vanmeter.weebly.com. Homework will also be listed each day for all classes, but however as our daily schedules get hectic, I will most likely only post daily instead of weekly. This is due to not always knowing what we will actually get accomplished in the 50 minute class period and also this will help follow each classes' pace! If you have any questions regarding this information, please call or e-mail me and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Respectfully, Mrs. Kelly Van Meter
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 12/07/2017
Mrs. Waling's Profile
219-866-4661 Ext.217
8th Grade, Language Arts
Hello from RCMS and Rensselaer Schools! I, along with my family, have a vested interest in the education of Rensselaer students. In my family, I am a second generation teacher of Rensselaer Schools, following in the footsteps of my mother, and I even have a daughter who serves our students at the elementary level. Learning is a life-long endeavor that I hope will always be the greatest legacy we can leave with our students and children. Truly, my heart is warmed and excited to meet this year's scholars that have been entrusted to me!
Mr. Weilbaker
Rensselaer Central MS
219-866-4661
6th Grade, Social Studies
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 09/04/2013
Mrs. Zacher's Profile
866-4661 ext. 111
7th Grade, Science
Rensselaer Central MS
Last updated: 01/11/2015
Mr. Zacher's Profile
219-866-4661
PE/Health Teacher
My name is Mr. Brian Zacher. I reside in rural Rensselaer. My wife Nicole and I have a one year old son, Jackson. I am starting my 11th year teaching Health and Fitness at RCMS. I am the Head Varsity Baseball coach and the Defensive Coordinator for the Varsity Football team. I graduated high school from RCHS and earned my degree at Purdue University. When I am not teaching or coaching, which is basically year-round, I enjoy outdoor activities of hunting, fishing and riding atvs all over the country.


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