Ms. Tuseth

Welcome to Keyboarding 2018!

I'm excited to be teaching keyboarding to third and fourth grade students after having taught for 20 years combined at the high school level in business education, middle school computer technology and finally elementary keyboarding. You may think I'm working my way down the ladder, but it has been a perfect fit and transition for me. I love this age group and almost went into Early Childhood Education but Business Education won out.

I graduated from Moorhead State University with a degree in Business Education and in 2003 got my M.A. from St.Catherine's University in St.Paul. In addition to teaching, I've been coaching track and field and cross-country since I began. That has been a joy and a career path that "just happened" as I've always loved the sport. I competed in high school and college in both sports and have been so blessed to be able to continue with something I'm passionate about for so many years.

My husband Tony has been retired for four years after teaching in the Stewartville district for 30+ years as a Life Science teacher. He continues to coach boys basketball and track and field working with high jumpers and pole vaulters.

Our daughter Chloe and her husband Ryan have blessed us with four beautiful grandchildren, Sophia, Genevieve, Anthony and Celine, that we love to spend time with. We enjoy hiking and traveling and playing outdoors together.

Teacher Schedule

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9:30 to 3:00.

Please contact me with questions via email at : michele.tuseth@ssdtigers.org.

My e-learning phone # is: 507-944-4727.

What to Know

I'm passionate about proper technique in keyboarding and will be sharing this with your child. Please encourage them to practice correct practice from home when they have opportunity to use the keyboard.

Third graders are starting this year using typing.com for our online learning site. Fourth grade students may login from home at bearcave.typingclub.com and enter their login information to practice from home as they did last year. At some point, third graders may transition to this site as well.

Let's Do This!