My name is Heidi Koval. I have been married to Scott Koval for 49 years. We have 3 grown children and 11 grandchildren. As a child I was often into art. In junior high and then high school I had a couple of art teachers that inspired me to want to teach art. After a semester in art education at UW-Eau Claire, God took me on an unexpected journey of 1-1/2 years in Bible schools and then marriage. I jumped back into art at UWM. When we started having children, I stopped my college education, but as it turned out art education would still become part of my life. After homeschooling our children for 8 years, God opened up opportunities for me to teach art. I have taught in a couple of schools and in homeschooling groups. God is the ultimate creator. Being created in His image, I think it is good that we tap into the creative side of ourselves. Since moving here in 2001 besides teaching art, I have been a high ropes facilitator at CAVOC, I manage the craft shop at Fort Wilderness, I’ve become part of the Newbold Fire Department’s Search and Rescue K9 Team, and have renewed a love for backpacking with friends.
I am married to Joe who also serves on the Board. We have been happily married for 13 years. And have four children. Our three oldest children attend Armis Dei Academy. We reside in Rhinelander where we attend Pine Grove Community Church. I was previously an elementary teacher for 11 years. Teaching, learning, and children have always been an integral part of my life. I am grateful to be able to be part of a school that is first and foremost teaching children to stand firm on biblical truth. I enjoy reading, gardening, decorating, and going on adventures with my family.
I am married to Kristin who also serves on the Board. We have been happily married for 13 years. Together, we have four children. Our three oldest children attend Armis Dei Academy. We reside in Rhinelander where we attend Pine Grove Community Church. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, gardening, fishing and woodworking. The purpose of this school is to glorify God and to raise our children with the Armor of God. God is holy and good, and my desire is for people to see and know him.
Sean Codere is married to Bekka, and they have three children who all attend Armis Dei. They have lived in Rhinelander and have attended Pine Grove Community Church since 2014, where he has been an elder since 2018. Sean became a board member for Armis Dei leading into its first year in 2021 with the desire to see God’s kingdom grow through future generations who have His truth as the foundation for all aspects of living. Family life, quality books, firewood, and fishing are some of the activities that his time is spent on.
1st Grade and Music