Meet Mr. Alex Schremp, Teacher

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Meet Mr. Alex Schremp, Teacher

Khiana Bradshaw, Reporter

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Mr. Alex Schremp is a Business Education teacher. He is in room 121. 

   In 2016, he graduated with a degree in Personal Finance from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The past three years he worked as a financial advisor in Madison and Wausau.

   Realizing he wanted to go back to school to obtain his teaching license, he completed the Excellence in Teaching Program through CESA 9. He also completed his student-teaching at D.C Everest last year. 

   “Everest is a very innovative school that truly cares about each and every student. I am honored to be a part of that legacy and hope to continue building that reputation throughout my time here,” Schremp said.

   Schremp worked in the corporate world for about three years. He really did not feel like he was making an impact on the lives of others. Teaching provided him the perfect platform to help students understand the business world and help them gain awareness. 

   “In teaching, you also have the ability to make an impact in students’ lives each and every day,” Schremp said.

   Shremp’s goals as a teacher are very simple; to create meaningful relationships with his students and hopefully teach them a little about Finance and Accounting along the way.

   Considering Schremp has just changed carriers, he is hoping to stay in the position he is in for the foreseeable future.

   Both his own family and his Fiancé’s family live in the greater Wausau areas, so many of their weekends are spent at Family Functions. Otherwise, you can find Schremp down at Badger sporting events in Madison or at Packer Games in Green Bay.

   Outside of watching the Packers and Badgers, Schremo enjoy golfing as often as possible with this often unpredictable Wisconsin Weather. He tried to get outside as much as possible.