Deborah Tackmann

Health Education, North High School-Eau Claire, WI, 9-12 grade

Total years teaching:36 years


Bachelor of Science in Education University of South Dakota 1976

Master of Education University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1988

Education beyond Masters (1985-Present) : American Heart Association,
University of Wisconsin= La Crosse, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire,
University of Wisconsin-River Falls, College of Saint Thomas

Teaching Experience

1990-present North High School, 9-12th grade, Health Education

1998-present Altoona High School, 9-12th grade, Choreographer for Show Choir

1985-1990 Delong Junior High School 7-9 grade, Health Education, Gymnastics Coach,Volleyball Coach

K-12thgrade, Health Coordinator

1980-1985 Bloomer School District, K-12th grade, Health Education, Health Coordinator, SAP Coordinator

Assistant Program) HGD Coordinator, ATOD Coordinator

9-12th grade, Volleyball and Softball Coach

grade, Health Education, Physical Education, Health Coordinator,
Volleyball Coach

Basketball Coach, Track Coach Dance Coach

1976-1980 Lake City School District, 7-12th grade, Health Education, Physical Education,

grade, Volleyball Coach, Basketball Coach, Track Coach, Dance Coach

K-12th Grade, Health Coordinator

Special Recognition

Ann E. Nolte Health Education National Scholar of the Year Award

2004 All-USA TODAY Teachers Team

Disney “All American Teacher” Award

2000 Wisconsin Top Teacher Award

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Appreciation Award

Wisconsin State Parent Teacher Association Award for Excellence in

Recent Media:


“Deb Tackmann is one of the most conscientious, hard-working, dedicated teachers I have ever

worked with in my years of educational experiences, and the plethora of local, state, and national

recognition that she has received is a credit to her professionalism.”

Susan L. Kern, Assistant Principal, North HS

“Deb has a very keen sense of motivating her students while making
the information taught relevant, pertinent, and practical. Deb
truly is an educator who ‘makes a difference’ in the lives of her
students every day. She molds, shapes, and even, in some cases,
saves lives as she teaches daily.”

Tom Kidd, Trainer/Consultant