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Tina Raske  —  Special Education 
rasket@truman.k12.mn.us    |    507-776-2111 xEXT#3965


Professionally:

I am Truman High School’s Special Education teacher. My teaching license includes k-12 Developmental Cognitive Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as having my Masters of Science in Special Education. I earned both my Bachelors and Masters from Minnesota State University, Mankato. I have taught in the Truman school district since the fall of 2013. Since the fall of 2016, I have been working in the district as an Intervention Specialist. I am also on the Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) team. Prior to teaching, I worked as a paraprofessional in another school district with preschoolers for several years as well as working with 9-12 grade students with disabilities. While in college, I worked with adults with disabilities. This profession has become a passion for me!



Personally:

I live with my husband Monte,  who is an RN and our cat Smokey. We have 3 children; Maggie, Annabelle, and Gabe. My oldest daughter lives in Wisconsin, works as an RN and is married to a great guy named Andrew. My other two children attend college at my alma mater, living on campus and sometimes back home with us. Annabelle is a dance instructor for Spotlight Dance Company and Gabe is busy with anything that has to do with playing music! When I am not at work, I like to spend time with my family and read.





Classes
Language Arts
Math
Functional Skills Class

Classroom Expectations

Be Positive ~ Open minded, accepting of peer and teacher ideas, encourage and include others


Be Respectful ~ Listen when others are speaking, raise your hand, respect classroom and people’s materials, respect yourself


Be Responsible ~ Be on time, prepared with materials and work, work to full potential, take responsibility for actions


Forms and Documents
PBIS Matrix


Other Resources