About Our 5A Teachers

Mrs. Ahlers

My name is Ashley Ahlers. In 2021, I started teaching 5th-grade in District 518. I earned my B.S. in Psychology from South Dakota State University and my M.A. in Elementary Education (K-6th) from Western Governors University. I love teaching and sharing my passion for learning. I currently live in Worthington, MN with my husband Logan. We have a daughter and 2 dogs. In our spare time, we love to visit national parks, remodel our home, and spend time with family.

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Ms. Campbell

Hello, my name is Bekah Campbell and I am a fifth grade teacher at Worthington Middle School! I received my Bachelor’s Degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato in Elementary Education (K-6) and certification in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics. I have student taught in Owatonna, Mankato, St. Peter, Blue Earth, and Winnebago. I started teaching in Worthington in 2017.

I live in Worthington, MN with my husband, Ryan, and our English Bulldog Neo. I love teaching and sharing my passion of math with the students. My favorite subject in school is math because numbers are incredible! Ryan and I love to play games, whether it be video games or card games.

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Ms. Madison

I went back to school after 10 years to be an educator. My undergraduate degree is in English and French from the University of Minnesota, and I graduated with my MAT from Concordia University Saint Paul in 2018. I taught first grade for two years at Hmong College Prep Academy and now I am teaching 5th grade in Worthington. I live in Reading with my partner and two dogs. I love camping and being in nature.

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Mrs. Jungers

Hi, my name is Mrs. Jungers and I’m a Special Education teacher at the Worthington Middle School. I have been teaching in District 518 since the Fall of 1999. I teach Reading, Math, and Written Language to students with learning disabilities. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in Special Education.

The highlight of teaching is watching students grow academically and socially. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and three children, camping, boating, attending my children’s school activities, playing board games, and reading.