Suzanne Loewen

I love serving as the Principal at the Brompton School. I have been employed with the Kenosha Unified School District for 29 years. I taught grades 3, 4, and 5 for 10 years at Grant Elementary School and Prairie Lane Elementary School, respectively. Following those assignments, I served as a professional development resource teacher at Prairie Lane Elementary School for 9 years.

I am a Kenosha native, attending Kenosha Unified Schools for my K-12 education. I attended the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology while completing my certification for Elementary and Middle School Education. I began working for Kenosha Unified and started my Master’s program at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. I graduated in 1994 with a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. My learning has continued.  In May 2010, I graduated from Cardinal Stritch University with a Principal and Director of Instruction licenses.

I spend my spare time with my family.  I have a husband of 28 years, adult aged children and a Labrador Retriever. We enjoy many activities as a family including camping, fishing, hunting and archery. We love to travel and have many wonderful family vacation memories.

I love to work with children and watch them grow. I am fortunate to be employed in a great school district, with an outstanding staff who put children first.  We have such a dedicated staff who build relationships with parents and students.  They couple that with being data driven on a daily basis. The parental support at Brompton is like no other.  I love to come to work everyday with a community focused on student achievement, character development and community service.

Testimony from a parent:

Jen Nachtigal, mom of Isaac, Ella and Olivia Nachtigal: “I have been very fortunate to work with Mrs. Loewen as part of the Brompton Governance Board for the past year.  She is a motivated and driven visionary who is absolutely committed to the success and achievement of the Brompton School and each student therein.  She spends many, many hours outside of the typical school day invested in meeting with people, planning for the future, and implementing necessary changes to move the school forward.  She has been a breath of fresh air in the building.  Her smile is contagious and the students both love and respect her.  She is ready with a quick hug for a struggling child and an encouraging word for parents and students alike.  Her authority as a principal is unquestionable but yet she is wholly relatable.  I am personally thankful for all she contributes to Brompton every day.  I know our children are in the best of hands.”