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Meet Our Team

Curt Julian
Curt Julian

Interim Director of College, Career & Community Readiness
(920) 448-2018
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Curt is responsible for building capacity in and developing a system of PK-16 pathways to high skill, high wage and high demand careers. He assists schools at all grade levels to develop a college, career and community readiness culture that prepares students for success in the 21st and 22nd century. In collaboration with colleagues and with community partners, Curt creates a variety of dynamic academic and co-curricular programs to provide multiple career pathways and opportunities for success.

Amy Fish
Amy Fish 
Coordinator of Community Partnerships and Grants
(920) 272-7071
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Amy is responsible for supporting our community organizations by matching them with schools who express specific needs to ensure our students’ academic, career and community success. Amy plays an essential role in helping our community partners navigate District procedures to formalize partnerships and provides guidance on Board polices relevant to our department’s work. Amy also supports grant writing and editing, as well as budget development to secure local, regional and national grant funding on behalf of our District. Amy is the primary contact for community organizations who wish to develop a grant proposal that supports District goals.

Tori McNeal
Victoria McNeal
Volunteer and Community Partners Coordinator
(920) 272-7441
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Victoria is responsible for supporting our academic partners by helping them navigate through our District's legal procedures and data sharing agreements and also serves as the point of contact between the schools and academic partners where collaboratively we ensure college, career and community readiness for all students. In addition, Victoria is responsible for connecting community members to different volunteer opportunities throughout the District.

Diana Delbecchi

Diana Delbecchi
Community Schools Resource Coordinator
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Diana is the district’s first Community Schools Resource Coordinator. She leads the Community Schools strategy at our flagship school, Howe Community Elementary. Her role is to to implement, integrate, align, coordinate, and advance the Community School strategy through building sustainable community partnerships and services. Her work is rooted in equity and social justice with the goal of creating improved learning for our students, stronger families and more engaged school communities.

Rob Fish

Robert Fish
College and Career Readiness Coordinator
(920) 448-2178
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Robert is responsible for the implementation and coordination of the District's Turbo Go Centers at each of the following Middle Schools: Edison, Franklin, Lombardi, and Washington. The Turbo Go Centers are the Middle School extension of the District's Turbocharge initiative, a collaboration with NWTC and UWGB, designed to ensure all GBAPS students graduate with 15 college credits. Robert's role is to align the work of the Turbo Go centers with the District's ACP goals so 8th grade students transition to high school ready to take advantage of every college and career opportunity they can. 

Sandy Groeschel

Sandy Groeschel
(920) 272-7645
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Sandy plays a supporting role to the work flow in the College, Career & Community Readiness Department. Sandy assists with department goals and projects by gathering data, helping in the completion of the team’s projects, providing information to community partners and organizations, and supporting the local and regional work of the College, Career & Community Readiness team. 

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