Every single child, regardless of ability or background will have their strengths celebrated and challenges supported through respect, high expectations, and unconditional love. We believe that every single teacher and staff member holds our children’s future in their hands. We will help shape that future life of success.
We believe that Sonnenberg Schools will be recognized in the city, state and across the country for the positive impact it has on students, families and communities.
We believe that students at Sonnenberg Schools will achieve at or above grade level because of the individualized educational experience, intentional support, and strong relationships that are built with staff throughout their experience here. Staff work with specialists throughout Sonnenberg Consultants and the community in order to improve student outcomes. Teachers, educational assistants, behavior treatment technicians, senior therapists, board certified behavior analysts, and the school’s executive director work together with families to raise expectations for academic and life success.
We believe that the students at Sonnenberg Schools will demonstrate that they can, and will, be successful in middle school, high school, college, and life because of the social, emotional, and academic success they experience while at Sonnenberg Schools.
We believe that the staff of Sonnenberg Schools view their work as a service to students, their families, and the community. They use current best practices for the education of students, and regularly engage in professional development and training to grow as educators. Collaborative teams with members from all aspects of the organization meet regularly to ensure the success of all students served by Sonnenberg Schools.
Farrah Sonnenberg Founder and Board President
“I have been working with children for 23 years. I have dedicated my life to helping and training teams so more kids can be reached through behavior modification.”
Heather Wenthold-BartschExecutive Director
“I am delighted to join the Sonnenberg team and be a part of the great work we are privileged to do for kids! This is truly a unique program that tailors education to each child, in an individualized learning environment.”
7110 Old Spring Street Mount Pleasant, WI 53406
10450 72nd Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
Heather Wenthold-Bartsch, Executive Director 262-671-5018 (office) 414-975-3336 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
March 29th-April 2nd (No School- Spring Break)
May 31st (No School- Memorial Day)
June 18th-25th (No School- Summer Break A)
July 30th-August 27th (No School- Summer Break B)
August 30th (First Day of School 21-22 School Year)