Ila Jean Traudt

Technology  ·  Computer Science Teacher

Computer Lab - Room 158



Ila Jean Traudt

Technology  ·  Computer Science Teacher

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Life is a journey!  We must be aware of our paths and make decisions that will make us learn more about our purpose in this world. We should always inspire to make ourselves and others better than we were yesterday!


8:15 - 9:05 - Plan time

9:05 – 9:55       5th Grade

10:00 – 10:50    3rd  Grade

10:55 – 11:45   Kindergarten

11:50 – 12:20   Recess Duty

12:20 – 12:50    Lunch

12:55 -   1:45    2nd Grade

1:50 – 2:40       1st Grade

2:45 - 3:35        4th Grade

Hello! I was born and raised in Grand Island, Nebraska. I've been surrounded by educators my entire life! I can't think of a better group of people to have support and guide me as I discovered who I was and wanted to be! After graduating from Grand Island Northwest High School, I attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  I have taught at the following schools and levels:

Lincoln Public Schools - Beattie Elementary (1998-2001)

Columbus Public Schools- Emerson Elementary (2001-2006)

Eudora, KS - Eudora Elementary (2007-2013)

Lincoln Public Schools - Belmont Elementary (2013-2014)

Lincoln Public Schools - Fredstrom (2014 - 2016)

Lincoln Public Schools - Humann Elementary (2016-present)

Elementary Computer Science classrooms are active places that encourage exploration, creativity, collaboration, communication, persistence, and problem solving. We want to spark students’ curiosity about what can be created with various technology tools. We help students learn appropriate online behaviors to stay safe while using technology. I often post updates on my Mrs. Traudt Facebook page of our latest adventures at Humann.

Professional Experience

Educational Administration Endorsement

University of Nebraska – Kearney

July 2015

Master of Arts in Education

Curriculum of Instruction

University of Nebraska – Lincoln

August 2003

Bachelor of Science

Elementary Education (K-6)

Middle Level Endorsement:

Natural Sciences, Language Arts and Social Sciences (4 – 9)

University of Nebraska – Lincoln

December 1997