Carole Huber and Vicki Strege submitted their resignations to the Milbank School District Board of Education tonight at the regular school board meeting. Mrs. Huber will resign as a middle school English teacher, and Mrs. Strege, as the high school Spanish teacher.
Mrs. Huber graduated from Northern State and devoted her entire teaching career to the students of the Milbank School District. She started as a fifth grade teacher and then taught fourth grade. Today she teaches middle school Language Arts, a position she took in 1984.
“I have enjoyed working for the Milbank School District, especially as a middle school English teacher,” she said. “It has been a privilege to be part of an excellent school district and to have worked with talented and dedicated professionals.”
Mrs. Strege graduated from South Dakota State University and began teaching in Milbank as a Home Economics teacher. She started teaching Spanish in 1988. “I have enjoyed 44 years of teaching in Milbank. This is not an easy thing for me to do, as this school system is a big part of my life. I am especially grateful for the understanding and help I received during my bout with cancer.”
“As a district we have been fortunate to have faculty, who have stayed for many years in their positions,” stated Superintendent Tim Graf. “We have a lot of valuable experience walking out the door at the end of the year. Thanks to each of them. We appreciate their dedication to the students throughout their careers.”