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Staff and Faculty


Luke Wagner


Luke Wagner received his bachelor's degree in English and master's degree in biblical studies from The Master's College, located in Santa Clarita, California. He is currently working on a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of the Cumberlands. He has been in education for a decade, serving elementary, middle, and high school classrooms before coming FCS. He is in his third year as the administrator at Fond du Lac Christian School. He loves spending time with his wife, baby, and two dogs. He believes in Christian education because he is convinced that all of life is about the glory of God.

Office Manager

Amyjill Aufdenkamp

Amyjill has been involved with FCS teaching Music, Bible and Computers for many years. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Music Education, graduate credit in Educational Administration, and her Certificate of Ministry from Global University. She has experience working as a Music Teacher and in school administration and many years of office experience. She is also a godly woman of faith, who has been led to begin a new church in North Fond du Lac with her husband, Pastor Matt Aufdenkamp and their two children! Her life verse is Revelation 12:11, “And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death.”

Deputy Administrator

Michele Riesterer


Michele Riesterer is the Deputy Administrator at Fond du Lac Christian School. Michele and her husband, Rob have been married for 22 years. They have twin 18-year-old daughters. Michele has a BA from Marquette University and an MBA from Keller Graduate School. This is her 14th year of being a part of the Fond du Lac Christian School Family. She has been a parent, parent volunteer, board member, board president, teacher and now deputy administrator. Clearly, she loves this school! Michele believes that now more than ever, we need a place that will train up the next generation with a Biblical Worldview. “Do not conform to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.” Romans 12:2


Dean of Instruction

Kerry Henschel

Mrs. Kerry Henschel graduated from the University of WI-Stevens Point with a Bachelor's of Science in Communicative Disorders and Masters of Science in Speech Pathology. She entered the medical field of speech pathology and worked in various environments until being employed in the Fond du Lac School District as a speech/language pathologist. She supervised the speech therapy team for 4 years of the twenty years that she was employed by the district. Mrs. Henschel retired from the school district in 2018 and was employed by Fond du Lac Christian school shortly after retirement. Mrs. Henschel taught 4K during her first year with FCS. Mrs. Henschel is a resource teacher and coordinator of services for children who have special educational needs. It has been her greatest joy to work for FCS where she is able to share her love of Jesus with the students and staff. Despite being one of the older faculty members, Mrs. Henschel still sings on the praise and worship team at her church.

Teacher's Aid and Intervention

Laura Streeter

Laura Streeter is a graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology: Crisis Counseling. During her 1 year of teaching at Fond du lac Christian School, Laura has enjoyed her time spent with student’s both in the classroom and 1-on-1. It is extremely important to Laura that her student’s know that they are loved and cared for both by God and by the staff at Fond du lac Christian School. In her spare time, Laura enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. She also enjoys an occasional hike. Laura’s favorite verses are in Romans 8:38-39. “For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.”



Sarah Nutzhorn

Sarah Nutzhorn is a graduate from Maranatha University with a double major in Bible and Early Childhood Education. This is her 19th year teaching Kindergarten and she loves seeing the students grow and learn, including her own sons who also attend FCS. Sarah enjoys spending time with family and friends and especially motorcycling with her husband.

1st Grade

 Karen Zipperer


2nd Grade and Art

Becky Bruce


I graduated with a BA in Sociocultural Studies from Bethel University in 2007. My intention was to go into ministry and to use my passion for the kingdom. I spent a number of years involved in short term missions but the right opportunity never presented itself for long term missions so I worked in many different fields before making my way back to Fond du Lac. I was approached 4 years ago by a staff member here at FCS to teach K-8 art. I was so excited to accept the position because of the impact my art teacher had on me when I was a student here. I moved into a full time position the next year adding 2nd grade to my plate. I have co-taught the 2nd grade as well as teacher art now for the last 3 years. My favorite thing about teaching is experiencing that 'Aha!' moment when students are learning something new and it just clicks. It's such an honor to be a part of each student's learning process and to share in their spiritual growth as well.

 3rd Grade


Elise Noe

Elise graduated from Marian University in 2019. This is her fourth year teaching at Fond du Lac Christian School. In her free time, she loves being outside and spending time with friends and family. She loves teaching because she enjoys building relationships with her students as well as getting to see them learn and grow each day!

4th Grade and Highschool Spanish

Sarai Healey


Mrs. Healey got her Bachelor's degree from Olivet Nazarene University in Elementary Education where she completed her student teaching in a dual language classroom. She is in her first year of teaching at FCS. Fun fact, Mrs. Healey placed 9th at Nationals in the 10k her senior year of college. Mrs. Healey loves teaching because she is able to connect with students and equip and inspire a next generation.

Fifth Grade



This is Mr. Henry's first year as a full-time teacher at FCS. Last year, starting in November, Mr. Henry came on board as the STEM teacher for Elementary students every Tuesday. Before becoming a full-time teacher at FCS, he was a substitute teacher in New Holstein and Sheboygan School Districts for over 2 years in all grade levels. Prior to that, he taught Graphic Design to home schooled students for 2 years. Before teaching, he worked as a freelance graphic designer for a Christian organization called OneHope for 5 years and got his Bachelors of Science from Full Sail University in Digital Arts and his Masters of Fine Arts from Lynn University in Graphic Design. Mr. Henry love teaching because he believes he has an amazing opportunity to build up his students character and to inspire them to achieve more than they could imagine. Overall, Mr. Henry feels honored to be given the opportunity to invest in his students growth as children of God. When he is not teaching, Mr. Henry and his wife are church planters and have recently started a church in New Holstein called Hope Church. He has been married for 10 years and has two children that attend FCS. His son Jonah is in 1st grade and his daughter Ivy is in Kindergarten.

2nd Grade

Gail Dudley


Elementary Gym

Katie Petrick

Mrs. Petrick has earned baccalaureate degrees in political science, communication, and secondary education: broad field social science. While completing a master’s degree in political science at Northern Illinois University, she taught undergraduate courses in American government and political statistics. Adding to her love of learning and being physically fit, Mrs. Petrick has joined FCS as the physical education teacher for grades K-8. She also works in administration for a Judeo-Christian, classical online school for more than five years. Learning is a lifelong passion, and Mrs. Petrick wants to instill that in all of her students. She desires to encourage her students to have healthy minds, bodies, and souls.

HighSchool Bible and Music

Jill Utech


Jill studied Bible and Theology at Moody Bible Institute and has a Masters of Arts in Christian Thought from Bethel Seminary. This is her second year teaching at FCS. Jill enjoys curling up by the fireplace with a cup of quality tea and a good book. Whether in Bible class or in music class, it is Jill’s joy to teach truth about God. She is passionate about helping students understand the gospel of Jesus, which has the power to transform their lives.


Middle and High School Math and Science

Taylor Barber

Taylor Barber has a Bachelors degree in Secondary Education with minors in Math and Science, and a Masters in Teaching and Learning. Out of three years of teaching, this is her second year at FCS, playing a teaching role in the middle and high school math and science classes. She enjoys coaching the FCS volleyball team in the Spring! Taylor loves teaching due to the influential role she can play to help students see the best they can personally be through Christ, both academically and spiritually.

Middle and High School Literature


Jessica Skrade


History, Technology, Outdoor Education & STEAM

Taylor Noe


Taylor graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh with a Bachelor’s degree in History. He attends Community Church and has been involved as a High School youth leader there for six years. His favorite verse is Philippians 4:6-7: “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

Highschool Math

Nick Heintz


I have a Batchelors degree from St. Norbert College (86) in De Pere WI. I have taken additional classes from MPTC, Lakeshore Technical College, MSOE, UW Milwaukee and UW Madison. After passing the state Fundamentals of Engineering exam, I became an engineer for the Department of Transportation in 1997. I have started work on a Masters in math from UW Oshkosh. I have taught Math at MPTC for 2 years and have tutored students for about 5 years. I love teaching because you get to see students work hard and struggle and then finally conquer an idea. I like History and I like biking and hockey.


Dr. Bruce Prall


Dr. Bruce Prall obtained his B.S. and his M.S. degrees from Kansas State University and his PhD from the University of Nevada, Reno. He was Professor of Chemistry at Marian University for 40 years, during which he developed classroom demonstrations of chemical phenomena. After his retirement from Marian, he began teaching science classes at Fond du Lac Christian School, such as Chemistry, Biology and Physical Science. He and his wife, Mary, currently attend Grace Reformed Church and have three children.

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