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Farewell Mr. Rohlinger

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The long-term substitute for the middle school math teacher, Mr. Rohlinger, has left the school. He will now be going back to programming the information for a start-up company based in New York at Stony Brook University. The students will miss Mr. Rohlinger, and he will miss them because according to Mr. Rohlinger said that teaching us was the most fun he had all year.

Mr. Rohlinger’s main job is organizing information and files. In fact, he is the chief information officer for an organization in New York, but he works from home here in Wisconsin. His start-up company helps the incoming freshmen at Stony Brook University get their drives on their devices ready for the school year. However, while Mrs. Kinateder was away spending time with her newborn, Mr. Rohlinger came along and substituted for her. In order to do this, he took a sabbatical from his regular job. This moved allowed him to return to something he had done long ago: teaching. While he was here, students learned many things with him as their teacher, such as how to find a missing angle in a triangle or in a quadrilateral.

Along with Mr. Rohlinger working for a college in New York, he also does some volunteer work in the county of Milwaukee. According to Mr. Rohlinger, on some weekdays he likes to help out in the lunch kitchen at St. Robert’s sister parish, Holy Family. Along with helping out in the kitchen, Mr. Rohlinger also teaches religious education at Holy Family. His lessons cover Bible passages, what God calls us to do as Christians, and avoiding sin and temptations.

In conclusion, Mr. Rohlinger will be missed because of his outgoing spirit and his great enthusiastic personality. He taught his classes many things in math, but also taught them technical terms and strategies in fun ways using a Kahoot or IXL. Many of the students here liked him as a teacher. He will be missed at St. Robert School.

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7 Responses to “Farewell Mr. Rohlinger”

  1. Sam on January 14th, 2019 8:10 am

    na na na na. na na na na. Hey Hey Hey. Goodbye.

  2. Dana M on January 14th, 2019 8:11 am

    Mr. Rohlinger was a very fun teacher.

  3. Audrey on January 14th, 2019 2:21 pm

    Nice article Matt! Mr. Rohlinger will definetly be missed!

  4. Drew on January 14th, 2019 2:23 pm

    Mr. Rohlinger was my second favorite teacher its sad to see him go

  5. Ava H on January 14th, 2019 2:24 pm

    Mr. Rohlinger was an awesome teacher. He taught us a lot about math. He will be missed for sure. This was a great article. It had many details about Mr. Rohlinger, and his experience teaching us.

  6. nick on January 14th, 2019 2:25 pm

    I think this article was very interesting and I liked how you mentioned some background information about Mr. Rohlinger that I did not know.

  7. Sebastian D on January 14th, 2019 2:25 pm

    Mr. Rohlinger was a great teacher, not only in math but also how we should act, I’m sad he had to leave.

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