Andrea Siefkes

I love working with Rosemary! Her enthusiasm for technology is contagious, and she makes me feel confident to try new things. She has been invaluable as I learned new software programs and offered great support when I needed help. Her expertise and knowledge of current technology trends make her a wonderful resource!


Andrea Siefkes serves as Community Liaison for Hospice and Homecare of Reno County. For many years she was a social studies teacher at Prairie Hills Middle School, and she also has served as Directory of Library Services at Buhler High School.

Jane Hull

When I entered the Buhler School District, before the year began, Rosemary “showed me the ropes” – clearly guiding me through the many ins and outs of tech programs the district was using. As a teacher, she stopped by frequently to check on my needs and to encourage me to try new technology, listening to what was happening in my classroom as well as understanding my teaching styles. Rosemary introduced me to a number of new uses of technology in teaching, continually checking and helping and troubleshooting for me, plus helping set up things I didn’t even know I needed (but I did). She always treated me with such kindness and respect even when I had no confidence in myself – she built it up! I am so grateful for 3 years of not only her expert help, but her cheerfulness, understanding and friendship! She’s the best!!!!


Jane Hull is a retired FACS teacher who has served in that capacity in several schools, including Prairie Hills Middle School and Buhler High School.

Marian Cordill

I have worked with Rosemary many times learning about new and different technologies. With her assistance, my classroom has become more of a 21st-century classroom with my students being more engaged. She has given me the confidence to use these new skills and then followup assistance when needed.


Marian Cordill is a retired FACS instructor at Buhler High School who has won awards for her teaching as well as the FCCLA organization that she serves.