Grade 1 - Mrs. Noffsinger
Mrs. Candace Noffsinger  Grade 1
Background 
 
Candy was born and raised here in Muskego.  She attended St. Paul’s Preschool through
Eighth grade! The first grade classroom she will be teaching in this year was actually her first grade classroom as a first grade student! After St. Paul’s, Candy attended Wisconsin Lutheran High School, graduating in 2012 and went on to attend Morehead State University in Morehead, KY. There she won three competitive collegiate cheerleading national championship. She graduated in 2016 summa cum laude with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education. Candy is currently working on completing her Synod Certification through Martin Luther College. 
 
Experience 
 
This will be Candy’s fourth year teaching! Candy previously taught at St. Paul’s for two years in second and third grades. After moving to Kentucky last year, Candy taught fourth and fifth grades. She is extremely thankful and humbled to have been called back to St. Paul’s- this time in first grade! 
 
Family 
 
Candy married her husband Ryan on May 12, 2018. They are loving newly-wed life and no longer having to do long distance! Together, they have two dogs, Sadie and Gracie. After moving back to Wisconsin this summer, they bought their first home in West Allis. Candy has a very tight knit family. She is the middle of three girls. She enjoys spending time with her sisters, Cassie and Courtney, as well as her niece, Harper. She is blessed with two loving and supportive parents, Nancy and Steve Stack. Her mom will even be in her classroom as an aide this year for a short time period! 
 
Interests
 
Candy loves to stay active with her athletic background. She is a member at Pure Barre Elm Grove. She loves to take her dogs to the dog park. Together with her husband, they enjoy spending time outdoors exploring, traveling and camping. She is creative and loves to craft and hand-letter. 
 
In this busy season of life Candy holds 2 Corinthians 12:9a close to her heart. “But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’”