Mr. Troy Mattson
Mrs. Lorentz teaches three year old preschool Tuesday and Thursday mornings. She has been teaching preschool at Baldwin Christian School for over eight years and has been the first teacher of many of our students. When not working at Baldwin Christian School, Mrs. Lorentz works at her family business LP Landscape Creations & Windy Pine Nursery. In her free time Mrs. Lorentz enjoys raising and showing beef cattle with her family. Her favorite bible verse is Philippians 4:13.
Mrs. Helgeson teaches four year old preschool on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. Like Mrs. Lorentz, Mrs. Helgeson has been teaching at Baldwin Christian School for nearly a decade. Mrs. Helgeson also teaches Physical Education for grades Kindergarten through 8th grade and coaches varsity tennis for the Baldwin-Woodville High School. In her free time she loves to spend time with famiy and friends. She also enjoys hiking, skiing, tennis, and cooking.
Mrs. Debbie Gay
Mrs. Gay earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in elementary education from the Mississippi University for Women. She and her husband live south of Baldwin. She has one son. She enjoys her family, gardening, antiques and camping. Her favorite verses are Jeremiah 17:7-8.
Mrs. Maribel Hokanson
As a child I persuaded (forced) my brother and sister to play school with me. Back then you could get all the extra copies of math, reading, English and science worksheets from your teacher at the end of the school year. So my brother and sister became my students and our walk-in closet my school room. I had a blast. Lighting a fire, sparking an interest, or fanning the flame of learning is still a blast. Thanks to UW-Whitewater, where I became certified as a teacher, I was able to pursue teaching as a career. I have taught in public school, home school and private school. My husband and five children have always been supportive of my teaching, and I have had the added privilege of being my childrens’ teacher both at home and at the Baldwin Christian School and of watching four of my five children graduate from BCS. God has faithfully directed me through life and I count on Him to continue the good work which He began in me long, long ago. See Philppians 1:6. My hope and prayer is that your child will grow in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man (Luke 2:52) while he or she is at BCS and that I may be a help and witness of that growth!
Mrs. Kendra Mancuso
Mr. Charles Hokanson
Bible, Greek, & Omnibus
Mr. Hokanson has been teaching Bible and Greek at the high school for ten years. He graduated from Northwestern College with a BA in ministry. In addition, he has a BA in English Literature from UW-Whitewater. Mr. Hokanson has been a studying Koine Greek for the past 30 years. He is also on staff with the Collegiate Navigators, an evangelistic ministry to college students.