Mrs. Stephanie Scheibe
Instrumental and Classroom Music Director
Stephanie Scheibe is the Instrumental Music director at Wabasha-Kellogg Public Schools in Wabasha, MN where she teaches fifth and sixth grade general music, fifth and sixth grade band, jazz band, junior high band, and senior high band. Stephanie also teaches lessons to all instrumental music students and maintains a private piano studio. Mrs. Scheibe received her Bachelor of Arts in Music Education degree from St. Olaf College.
Prior to teaching in Wabasha, Mrs. Scheibe taught for four years in the Isle Public School district in Isle, MN as well as in Edina, MN as a Special Education Assistant. From 2004-2005 she directed the flute choir at St. Olaf College.
Stephanie Scheibe maintains an active professional development activity schedule. For the past three years, she has attended the University of Minnesota's Art of Wind Band Teaching Symposium as a Professional-Track Conductor where she attended workshops and studied conducting with Frank Battisti, Richard Floyd, Mallory Thompson, Craig Kirchhoff, Elizabeth Jackson, Jerry Luckhardt, and Jack Stamp. Additional professional activities include the Summer Teaching Symposium in conjunction with Minnesota All-State Bands where she performed in the Director Band under the baton of Jack Stamp and Timothy Mahr, the Instrumental Music Techniques Summer Symposium at the Eastman School of Music where she studied with Dr. Christopher Azzarra, and the Pete Whitman Jazz Workshop at the University of St. Thomas.
Her professional memberships include the Minnesota Music Educators Association, the National Association for Music Educators, and the Minnesota Band Directors Association for which she is a section coach and is the Southeast Minnesota 6-8 and 9-10 Honor Bands Co-Coordinator.