Mrs. Laura Bengs

Phone: (262) 701-5669

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Education (M. Ed.) Marquette University Journalism and Legal Studies (B.A.) University of Wisconsin--Madison DPI 1300 (English) and 1310 (Journalism)

Mrs. Laura Bengs

Hello and welcome. This is my fifth year teaching at PHS. Prior to my career as a teacher, I worked in a business setting as an Account Executive at a local Advertising agency and completed several internships with media entities and publications. From these experiences, it became very evident to me how important writing and communication are in any career, so I now aim to guide students to develop the writing skills that will guide them to success in their pursuits. 

 
I am also very thrilled to serve as the Drama Director and Drama Club adviser at PHS. When I am not in the classroom, I can be found rehearsing in the auditorium or hunting for costumes and props for the latest production. 
 
Due to my extracurricular commitments, the best way to initially contact me is to send me an email. Any additional meetings needed can be arranged by appointment. 
  • All information for my courses can be found via the link below: 

    Mrs. Bengs's Course Web site

    I teach the following courses at different times throughout the year. 

    English 10

    English 10 is a year-long 10th grade core-level course that focuses on development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. I teach this course in both the fall and spring semesters for the 2016-17 school year.

    Advanced Composition

    Advanced Composition is a required semester-long, writing-intensive senior English course. In this course, students will work on skills necessary to complete college essays, research papers, professional communication, and other authentic writing tasks. This course only runs the fall semester in the 2016-17 school year.

    Dramatic Literature

    Dramatic Literature is an English elective that focuses on reading and analyzing dramatic works of literature. This elective is open to students in 10-12 grades, and runs only in the fall semester of the 2016-17 school year. 

    Contemporary Literature

    Contemporary Literature is an English elective that focuses on reading and analyzing contemporary modern literature. This elective is open to students in 10-12 grades, and runs only in the spring semester of the 2016-17 school year. 

     

    Semester 1 Schedule

    A1 - Prep                B1 - Prep

    A2 - Dramatic Lit.    B2 - Advanced Comp.

    A3 - English 10        B3 - Advanced Comp.

    A4 - English 10        B4 - English 10

     

    Semester 2 Schedule

    A1 - English 10        B1 - English 10

    A2 - Contemp. Lit.   B2 - Contemp. Lit.

    A3 - Prep.               B3 - Prep.

    A4 - English 10        B4 - English 10