Ms. Allison Bovee

 Grade 4 Teacher
 Phone:262-786-2900 (after hours extension 105)

I am greatly blessed to have been given the opportunity to serve as the Fourth Grade Teacher this year at Star of Bethlehem.  I pray that God uses me to best serve the children and families in my care and to instruct them not only in academics but in the truths of God's Word.  Here at Star, teachers have the privledge of instructing children every day about their Savior, Jesus and to then send our students out into the world one day so that they too can share with others this wonderful message!

Personal Background

I was born and raised in New Ulm, MN, the oldest of three.  I was able to attend Pre-K through college all in my hometown at St. Paul's Lutheran School, Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School and Martin Luther College.  In college, I studied both Elementary and Early Childhood Education and graduated with a B.S. in Elementary Education.  Outside of school I love traveling, hiking, cooking, trying new hobbies, and spending time with my family and friends.

Education & Experience
  • 2016-17 Served as Kindergarten teacher and cheer coach at Bethany Lutheran in Kenosha, WI
  • Graduated from Martin Luther College in December 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
  • 2018 Served as a long-term substitute Kindergarten teacher at New Hope Lutheran Academy in West Melbourne, FL
  • 2018-19 Served as First Grade teacher and lower grade music teacher at Apostles in San Jose, CA
  • 2020-21 Served as Assistant Director at Bethlehem Lutheran in Germantown, WI


A typical tay in fourth grade includes Word of God, Math, Reading, English and Writing, Penmanship, Science and Social Studies.  Beginning in fourth grade, studetns are included in upper-grade departmentalized classes including weekly Art, Technology, Physical Education, Spanish, and Music classes.  Our curriculum is centered around our faith in Christ, our Savior and we do all things to his glory.

Reading includes topics such as genre, text structure and features of text and is taught in conjunction with novel units, topic studies, literature circles, and author studies.  Our goal is to teah meaningful reading strategies that students will be able to apply to their lives to be successful readers in their daily lives and in the future.  Other Language Arts subjects in Fourth Grade are taught throughout each week as well and are interconnected with our Reading curriculum.  These additional subjects include Spelling, Handwriting, English Grammar, and Writing.