Boozhoo. My name is Ms. Wendy Fuller. I have enjoyed teaching high school science at the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe schools for the past 9 years and am looking forward to my 10th year. Science is my passion and as an educator, I aspire to instill a spark of curiosity in all of my students. Prior to becoming a high school science teacher, I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Biology from the University of Montana. As a wildlife biologist I worked for the Department of Defense in Fort Richardson, Alaska, primarily focusing on wildlife poisoning from a munitions dump. I then went on to work for the Bureau of Land Management in Craig, Colorado, surveying sites for Black-footed ferret reintroduction. Wanting to further my education, I returned to school and earned my Master of Science in Animal Science. Using my master’s degree, I worked for Montana State University as a researcher studying interactions between elk, mule deer and cattle. After moving to Wisconsin, I returned to school and received my teaching licensure through St. Mary’s University. I really enjoy teaching and am thrilled when my students see the world opening up before them.