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5th Grade: Brandon Rolf


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Mr. Rolf By Sabrina Beed

September 18, 2013

Teachers are the individuals who mold the young minds of our community and prepare them for the adult world. Brandon Rolf  is one such individual.


Mr. Rolf attended the Fullerton Public Schools as a high school student. After graduating, Mr. Rolf went to many colleges including Missouri State University, Doane, CCC-Columbus, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for his degree. He worked at his dad’s and uncle’s farm when he was young. During his seven years of college, Mr. Rolf worked at Target.


When asked why he wanted to be a teacher, Mr. Rolf replied, “I wanted to become a teacher to help people prepare for life.  It sounds good, but when you actually help people/kids and you see their face light up when they get it, that is the most amazing feeling in the world.” Our school gained Mr. Rolf because he “loves the small town atmosphere,” and “everybody here treats each other like a family member.”


Mr. Rolf is the oldest of three siblings, with a younger sister and brother, Danielle and Dillon Rolf. His parents, Michael and Joni Rolf work on their family farm.


Mr. Rolf’s favorite quotes, “Treat others the way you want to be treated” and “Whether you say you can or you can’t, you’re right!” tells a lot of his personality as a teacher and person. Our school is blessed to have this individual added to our community.


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