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Steve Salerno

Board Chair

La Crosse County Corporation

HQ Phone:  (608) 789-8200

Direct Phone: (608) ***-****direct phone

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La Crosse County Corporation

400 La Crosse Street

La Crosse, Wisconsin,54601

United States

Company Description

The La Crosse County Tavern League is a non-profit trade association dedicated to serving the needs of the retail beverage alcohol segment of the hospitality industry in La Crosse, Wisconsin. We exist to provide services to members that are not available to ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Great Rivers United Way companies


Director of Administrative and Human Services

Janesville School District


Board Chair

School District of La Crosse


Affiliations

The Boys & Girls Club of Janesville

Board Member


Education

another master's degree

leadership studies in education

St. Leo College


bachelor's degree

Winona State University


doctorate degree

educational leadership


master's degree

curriculum and instruction

National Louis University


Web References(69 Total References)


www.fox47.com

"He retired from our organization at the conclusion of the 2011/2012 school year," said Steve Salerno, the associate superintendent of human resources with the La Crosse School District.
Since Salerno's retirement, he has stayed involved through coaching and substitute teaching. However, the school district is taking steps to handle the situation. "I actually have sent him a letter indicating that given the allegations made for his behavior that we will not be in need of his services until this matter has been properly vetted through the court system," said Salerno. Emmel is out on bond after paying $15,000. He is scheduled to be back in court July 17. If he is found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.


www.weau.com

“We can do some just in time if you will academic support rather than waiting through the end of the summer to get that kind of remediation we can do it right in the middle of the school year,� said La Crosse School District associate superintendent of human resources Dr. Steve Salerno.


www.lacrossewatchdog.org [cached]

Labels:citizens for responsible government, La Crosse School District, salaries and benefits, scott walker, Steve Salerno


www.lacrossetribune.com

The practice is becoming a nationwide trend, said Steve Salerno, associate superintendent of human resources for the La Crosse School District.
"It is parity in curriculum and equity in funding," Salerno said. "It is using what we know about helping boys and girls achieve to their advantage." That can mean engaging girls in math, science and computers, he said, or promoting composition, reading and the arts among boys. "It's not what is taught that is different," Salerno said. "It's how we teach that's different." Salerno came to La Crosse from Janesville, where single-gender classes had received positive feedback for several years. He was principal at a middle school with about 1,000 students, of which a third were involved in a same-sex class. "You can take the smartest girl who could be the next valedictorian and they will dumb themselves down," Salerno said.


www.greatriversunitedway.org [cached]

Steve Salerno*
Board Chair School District of La Crosse


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