Diana Borman

About Me

I am originally from Ohio but moved to Wisconsin in 1992 to teach here at Trinity. Most of my family still lives in Ohio so I love to get back there to visit as much as possible. Concordia College in Ann Arbor, Michigan is where I went to college for my degree in education. I am married and have two daughters. Samantha is a junior at UW Platteville and Emma is a freshman at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School. My family loves to go camping and spend time together outside.

I teach Religion, Math, Reading, Spelling, English, Handwriting, Science, and Social Studies to the first and second graders. I also have Physical Education with Pre K through fourth grade.

I became a lutheran school teacher so that I can proclaim God’s love to little children. Small children have always had a special place in my heart and I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. God has called me to teach the little ones about their Savior and it is a wonderful job to have!

Trinity is a very special community to be a part of because everyone cares about one another. It is great to see the oldest children take time to play with the youngest in our school. We teach everything in the light of God’s love and the students learn how to show that love to others.”