The Founder’s Award was presented to Margaret Downing on September 23, 2016
The Community Partnership Award was presented to Abbey Springs Ladies Gold League on September 23, 2016 with heartfelt appreciation for making our dream of a Healing Garden possible.
Evie Schulz and Theresa Stalzer have faithfully served the children and families of Walworth County for over 25 years
The 2015 President’s Award was presented to Nancy Neshek
Pictured with Nancy Neshek are Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel (left) and her husband, Mick Neshek (right).
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2015 VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR, THE ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL!
They have truly been amazing Partners! Through all their volunteer hours, they have helped so many Children and Families of Walworth County. We are so blessed to call them our Family. We truly appreciate all your Hard Work and Dedication to help Prevent Child Abuse in Walworth County.
The Alternative High School (AHS) was created in 1990 by the the Walworth County Education Consortium. The school serves 11th and 12th grade students at risk of not graduating from Badger, Big Foot, Willliams Bay, Delavan-Darien, and Elkhorn Area HIgh Schools.
It is the mission of the Alternative High School to provide an environment, which promotes the academic, emotional, social, and vocational growth and development of those students whose needs are not being met by the traditional school setting. Our goal is to have AHS students live as productive, contributing members of society, by successfully completing a program leading to graduation, and a successful post-graduate career in one of four areas; college, vocational, military, or trades-person . We work to accomplish these goals through innovative use of technology, broad-based curricula, diverse teaching strategies, varied authentic assessment of progress and performance, and community involvement. It is this last “tool” that led us to adopt the Tree House in 2014. This symbiotic relationship has nurtured our students, providing them with opportunities for authentic contributions to a cause that touches them. This culminated in the ultimate compliment when the Tree House called the students “family.”
Dennis & Evelyn Schultz named 2014 Volunteer of the Year!
This year’s 2014 volunteer of the year award is presented to Dennis and Evelyn Schulz. Dennis and Evelyn give countless hours of their time and talents to the Walworth County Alliance for Children logging over 500 hours in 2013! Their kind and caring hearts continues to make a difference in the lives of children every day. Thank you Dennis and Evie, for your dedication and commitment.
Gene Decker named 2013
Volunteer of the Year!
Gene and Judy Decker at the Grand Geneva Festivities.