Quincy M. Meseberg is a teacher’s aide for the upper elementary classrooms. She has a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology from Ripon College. She worked full time as a Special Education aid in the EBD program at the Jack Young Middle School for three years. She felt the Lord pulling her somewhere else, somewhere she could openly and freely talk about Jesus and how He is our savior and yes, still very much needed in all of our lives every minute of every day. Her goal at CCS is to use her extensive experience working with special needs children to assist the teachers and students in any way needed to help make learning as enriching as possible.
She has been married for 26 years to her husband, Bill, who she describes as the most tolerant and loving man she has ever met. Together they have one son, Harley, who is 22 years old. She and her husband are members of One Life Assembly in Baraboo.
Quincy enjoys reading, gardening, crafting, bargain hunting and working with animals. Her biggest joy, though, is to be able to help a child who has been struggling have their ‘aha’ moment.