Wendy Keszler has been a science teacher at Albert Lea high school since 1999. She earned her BS in Environmental Science in 1986 and her BS in Secondary Education in Chemistry and Biology (double-major) with a minor in Physics in 1988. Wendy has done masters degree work in the area of chemistry. She's been teaching high school science since 1988, including 10 years experience teaching AP chemistry and AP biology.
Wendy has served as Chemistry-Physics Club Director, and she is a member of the Minnesota Science Teachers Association, the American Chemical Society, and the state and local Teachers Unions. Wendy has been voted as the KDLT Teacher of the year. She was also nominated as a Teacher of the Year in District 241.