Mrs. Abby Turgeon



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Mrs. Abby Turgeon

Hello! I am Mrs. Turgeon and I teach 6th grade reading and Language Arts at Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial Secondary school. My family and I moved to this area two years  ago when my husband, Mike, took the Head Track and Field coaching position at Minnesota State University- Mankato.  I have two amazing kids, Drew (12) and Lola (9), and two dogs, Edith and Lambeau. We have enjoyed becoming part of the Lake Crystal community over the last few years. 

I was born and raised in a small town, called Waunakee, WI. I grew up out in the country and enjoyed playing outside, pretending, writing and drawing. I was a very curious child and I had a big imagination. I was certain that I would become a professional roller-skater or a rock star. In high school I played almost every sport, but sadly I do not possess much natural athletic talent. I loved perfoming in plays and I was a percussionist in band. During my senior year I had an opportunity to teach and work with elementary school children. That experience led me down the path to becoming a teacher. I knew immediately that there was nothing better than buidling a connection with a student and helping him or her grow and push through a challege. 

I went to the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse and graduated with my bachelors degree in 1-9 education in 2005. That year I took my first teaching job in an elementary school and I taught fifth grade in Onalaska, WI for 12 years. I love what I do and I feel very blessed to continue my career here at LCWM. 

I am thrilled to be teaching Language Arts because creative writing and reading were so vital to my identity as a child. In my spare time I enjoy relaxing with my family, playing with my dogs and cheering for the Twins,Packers and Badgers.  Crafting,sewing and watching my kids´ sporting activities are some of my favorite things to do. I love to laugh, tell jokes, eat good food and be with my friends.

This year is going to be a great year and I cannot wait to see what I learn from all of you!