Get to Know Mrs. Horejsi
This is my tenth year teaching and I am excited and eager about beginning another successful year at Triton High School! Please see my Schoology page for a brief listing of what students are embarking on in my classroom! You can request access to this by contacting the high school office.
I am originally from this area having graduated in 2001 from Hayfield High School. In the fall of that year I begin my undergrad majoring in biology with a minor in environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. I attained my degree in December of 2005 after completing my student teaching practicum at Kasson-Mantorville High School. In the fall of 2005 I interned as a park naturalist at Quarry Hill Nature Center in Rochester, Minnesota, which further increased my awareness of the natural world and humans' interactions within it. I have continued to maintain my involvement with Quarry Hill Nature Center through being a seasonal naturalist. I earned my master's degree in April of 2010 in educational leadership from Winona State University. I attribute my desire to teach science to the impact my high school biology teacher had on me and I hope to one day inspire a student in my own classroom in that same way.
I am anxiously anticipating the start of a new year with fresh new faces in my class. Feel free to contact me throughout the semester/year with any questions regarding your child’s performance or on the structure of the class in general.
I look forward to meeting you and am excited about what lies in store this year in science!
Contact Alli Horejsi
Link for pictures for ES Waste Collection Study https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BzQt75qssHyIRkUwQ09SZ2pVNzA&usp=sharing
(Mrs. Horejsi pictured above sitting in the famous conservationist Aldo Leopold's chair in his shack in rural Baraboo, Wisconsin.)