Robert Frankenberg is and always will be one of the most-loved teachers in Little Chute High School. He taught here for 29 years, starting in 1988. Although he is most known for his teaching, he also helped out with many plays and musicals. Just to name a few, some shows he helped with include Cinderella (1996), The King and I (2004), Bye Bye Birdie (2007), Urinetown (2015), Stardust (2008) and Get Smart (2015). When asked what he would miss most about teaching at LCHS he said, “Nothing beats freely talking with students in the classroom. Real education comes through that unrestricted flow of communication. We wind up going beyond the clinical and into the empirical, the philosophical, and the inspirational.” And lastly, I asked the question that I think we were all wondering: what are you going to do with all the students artwork you’ve collected over the years? He responded with, “The art! Some goes to our theatre prop room, some pieces are given to students, and some will wind up in my geek cave.” Mr. Frankenberg will always be remembered here at LCHS. Anything from the teacher who would throw chairs across the classroom, to the coolest, most understanding English teacher in the building.
Thank you for all the memories, Frankie.