Mr. Abel has been here for four years. This year Mr. Abel will be teaching English 9-12.
Mr. Betancourt has been teaching for 27 years and for the past 26 years he has been at Wilder Middle/High School. He teaches Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, and Advanced Math. He is also the Middle School Girl’s Basketball Coach and the Softball Coach.
Mr. DalSoglio started teaching at Wilder Middle/High and Wilder Elementary 7 years ago. Currently he teaches Physical Education for the Middle/ High School. Along with teaching, Mr DalSoglio is the Athletic Director and Academic Advisor. Mr. DalSoglio has been the High School Head Football and Baseball Coach the past 7 years.
I am currently in my thirteenth year as a classroom teacher. My current teaching position includes Native American History, Government, Economics, U.S. History, Spanish I, and Spanish II. Government and Native American History are offered for concurrent credit through Northwest Nazarene University. I am also the Head Coach of the Middle School Football and Girls’ Varsity Basketball teams and the assistant coach for the Girls’ Varsity Softball team.
Harry Hukkinen has been a teacher for the past 3 years. Mr. Hukkinen completed his first two-year teaching commitment for Teach for America at Connections Public Charter School in Hilo, Hawaii before moving to Idaho this year. He teaches Middle/ High School Science and Art. He is passionate about geology, deep wilderness, art and science.
Mrs. Salvesen is in her second year of teaching at Wilder Middle/High School and her fifth year of teaching Agriculture. She and her husband have four children. They recently added 3 more girls to the family. She enjoys time with her family, reading, animals and being outside. Mrs. Salvesen is passionate about teaching and enjoys making a difference.
attend the College of Southern Idaho, graduating in 1992 with an
associate of arts degree. I enlisted in the Navy in 1993 and left in 1999
enjoy living in Owyhee County, raising goats, chickens, and rabbits.
We have found the country life to be one of hard work but also
District. Harry moved his family to Idaho from California in 2013,
where he had an Elementary teaching credential, and a background of
ten years teaching experience in elementary, and three years teaching
mid/high school prior to coming to the Wilder School District during the
2014/2015 school year. Harry is very thankful to be teaching in
Wilder Schools, and for the opportunity to be part of education here
in the great state of Idaho.