Ellen Lundberg- Speech and Language Pathologist
Dodie Frye- Due Process Assistant
Mrs. Frye began working for the District in 1995 as a substitute in a variety of settings and in 2001 became the Special Education Due Process Administrative Assistant. Mrs Frye went to Hinckley Schools for most of her educational adventures until the wind blew her family to a town near New Orleans, Louisiana where she graduated high school. Returning to Hinckley to marry her childhood sweetheart, she and Jim have made their home in Cloverdale ever since. Family comes first in life and Mrs. Frye's favorite thing to do is spend time with their 3 grown children and their families. Being a grandparent is a priority, but she can often be found baking, gardening, cruising the roads on the Harley and fishing or camping.
After graduating from Hinckley/Finlayson High School, Annie attended the University of Wisconsin - Superior to earn a degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. She taught in the Early Childhood/School Readiness program at HES and FES for several years. Annie made the jump to the high school where she enjoyed being the SMART Mentor, ADSIS behavior teacher, and then a special education teacher. Annie completed her Master's Degree in Special Education and transitioned back to Hinckley Elementary as the Special Education DCD teacher in 2021. When she's not at school, Annie enjoys camping, visiting with family and friends, and making the trip to Superior with her husband, Joe, to visit their kids who are in college in the Twin Ports.