Anita Ruppelt, director of the Vaterstetten secondary school, is dead. The school announced this on Monday, September 28, in a circular to parents and students.
BY MICHAEL ACKER
- The 54-year-old pedagogue died after a “brief serious illness”, the letter says.
The death of the headmistress should be the subject of the first lesson on Tuesday, September 29th.
The school crisis team offers various options for coping with grief.
Anita Ruppelt was a mathematician
Anita Ruppelt studied mathematics at the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg and initially worked as a graduate mathematician at a Munich insurance company.
But then she felt the need to start something new again.
So she began another course of study and finally started her service as a math and economics teacher at the Vaterstetten secondary school in 2001.
Headmaster since 2012
Here she also headed the technology group, organized events and was a member of the staff council.
She was soon involved in the school management's duties by her superior at the time, Wilhelm Kurzeder.
In the summer of 2008 she moved to the Walter Klingenbeck School in Taufkirchen near Munich as vice principal.
Since the beginning of the school year 2012/2013 she has been head of the Vaterstetten secondary school.
She also taught mathematics and economics.
Ruppelt was a teacher who relied on virtues such as punctuality, politeness, respect and moral courage.
She always wanted her students to be happy to come, to openly express conflicts and criticism.