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Memo from the Superintendent

05-29-2020

Memo from the Superintendent - Graduation

05-20-2020

To the Entire Whitehall Community:

I understand how difficult this time has been for all of our students and families, but especially
our seniors. In my nearly thirty years in education, I have never experienced anything like what
we are experiencing now. When all of this began in the beginning of March, we were all
hopeful and anticipating that we would be able to return to school prior to the end of the
school year. Now that all school campuses have been closed for the remainder of the year, we
have had to make decisions based on the currently executed Executive Orders of the Governor,
as well as the guidelines from the State Education Department, and the expert advice of our
local, state, and federal Departments of Health.
Currently, all school campuses are closed which includes all school activities. The
Governor's Executive Order calls for the

View PDF

Continuation of Processes

05-02-2020

The Governor has determined that schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Meal service as well as instruction will continued. It is important that Students continue to remain engaged in the educational process until the end of the year. All processes initiated when the schools were closed will remain in place throughout June.

Memo from the Elementary Principal

04-20-2020

Dear Railroader Families,						 April 20, 2020

First, let me just say how proud I am of our Railroader families. YOU have worked WITH us, learned WITH us, struggled and succeeded WITH us.  None of us could have anticipated this move into distance learning or predicting that we would find ourselves entering the fourth marking period, still at a distance.  Thank you so very much for hanging in there with us, even though there are days when it feels overwhelming.  Stay healthy and safe. Stay connected in every way possible. Stay railroader STRONG!

As we move into the fourth quarter of the 2019-2020 school year, we would like to offer you a more structured and predictable format for learning from home.  It is not our intention to disrupt a learning routine that you have already established.  It IS our intention to align our instructional message with some guidelines for student time on-task.  Families are encouraged to either adopt the new instructional framework or adapt the framework to sync with the energy and routine of your household.  Whitehall Elementary School teachers, counselors and support staff are ALL available to support you as learning  continues from home.

 Beginning on April 20th:
Monday &  Wednesdays will be dedicated to NEW LEARNING in the areas of MATH AND SCIENCE. 
Tuesday & Thursday will be dedicated to NEW LEARNING in the areas of READING AND SOCIAL STUDIES.
Classroom teachers will be available for instructional feedback through google meets, through email, Remind, and telephone conversations.  
There may be fewer assignments, with fewer student examples to be completed, depending on the complexity of the task/topic being covered.  This is intentional so that teachers can support students and provide feedback before moving ahead. 
Student access to learning is provided in two ways. Google Classrooms have been created at the elementary level, including reading & math intervention and special areas. Teachers send content and instruction along with assignments through Remind.  Additionally, K-2 classrooms are building packets that include paper & pencil learning opportunities.  These packets can be returned through the drop-box @ the High School between 8:00-1:00, through food delivery service, through the post office or pictures of or scanned work. 
Reach out to teachers, support staff, counselors and administrators early and often.  We will work TOGETHER to solve problems. We miss you and worry about everyone when we don’t hear from you. 

The faculty is here and ready for your success, but they can not do this alone.  We need everyone to play their part.  Until we can be together, STAY CONNECTED. STAY WELL.

Respectfully, 

Judy Gould
Whitehall Elementary School
Principal

Memo from the Superintendent

04-01-2020


  Good Afternoon Whitehall Community,                                                    April 1, 2020

  I hope this communication finds you all well. I know it’s difficult to believe, but after a few long
  weeks, we have made it to April! Our schools have now been closed for two-weeks and our
  teachers have been busy providing instruction and work for the students to remain actively
  engaged throughout this closure. l STRONGLY encourage families to participate in this
  experience with your children and actively encourage their engagement with their classroom
  teachers to ensure that they remain on top of their schoolwork.

  Student Meal Delivery Chanqe: Beginning on Friday April 3rd, student meals will be delivered
  for Friday and Monday’s. On Tuesday April 7‘“, meals will be delivered for Tuesday, Wednesday
  and Thursday’s. This new meal delivery process will occur each Friday and Tuesday thereafter
  to reduce exposure for staff as well as the community. Within the food delivery bag will be a
  menu for the delivery which you can follow to prepare the meals for your child(ren). Full meals
  will be delivered to the Tuesday and Friday stops, meals will not be split by the district between
  2 household families; this will be the responsibility of the parents. These same busses will
  continue to be the delivery and pick-up mechanism for any work being transported back and
  forth to the buildings.

 School Closure Extended: On March 27, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive
 order regarding the extension of school closure through April 15, 2020. I do believe that it is
 highly unlikely that we will be returning on this date, however please be aware that if the
 Governor does not extend the school closure past April 15th, we would have to return to school
 on Thursday, April 16. I will continue to monitor all available guidance and directives and keep
 you informed if this changes. Again, from everything we have seen and heard thus far, I would
 anticipate the April 15 date will be extended.

Spring Break: (APRIL 13-17) During this time, schools have been required by the
             Governors Executive Order to continue to provide instruction & meals for students
             every weekday. 80 PLEASE be prepared to pick-up meals on Tuesday and Friday that
             week and ensure that children engage with their teachers in the educational process
             throughout the week.
School Budget Vote: The governor postponed the budget vote until June 1st or later.
School BoardElections: The Governor has postponed the School Board Elections until
             a date AFTER June 1st.
Whitehall Board of Education Meeting; The Whitehall Central School district will
                continue to comply with the open meetings law AND safe social—distancing practices by
                participating in online BOE meetings. The next scheduled is on April 20th at 6:00pm. The
                link for public participation will be posted on the district website in advance of the
                meetings.

As always, we appreciate the continued support that is being provided at home with instruction.
We recognize that this can be a difficult process and one that is continuously evolving as a
result of the many external forces impacting our community. I am and continue to be however,
confident that by working together and maintaining open communication this may all be just a bit
easier. Be safe, be well and most importantly, be there for one another.

Best,

Patrick Dee

Return Completed Work (Paper Copies)

03-31-2020

To return completed work:

1.)You can give it to the bus during meal delivery times.

2.)There will be tote out in front of school underneath the awning for completed work to be dropped off between 9am-2pm M-F.

3.) Completed work can be mailed to the school at:
87 Buckley Road
Whitehall, NY 12887.

Governor's School Closing Extension

03-27-2020

As I am sure you have seen or heard, Governor Cuomo has announced that his Executive Order to close schools will now be extended from April 1, through April 15th.

I would like to assure all students, parents and community members that school meal delivery, and other closure related services provided by the school will continue. At this time schools have received no further guidance from the Governor's office on any other expectations or requirements for schools. When more guidance is received I will be providing updates through automated telephone calls as well as website postings.

Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding as we work together during these difficult times.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dee
Superintendent of Schools

Food Delivery Protocol Change

03-22-2020

Good Evening, March 22, 2020

I want to first reassure everyone that we are continuing our food deliveries in the morning despite the increased closure measures that have been enacted by the Governor’s office. Our busses will be at the Bus Stops at the same time as last week; tomorrow morning, Monday March 23, 2020.

I also want to share with the community some necessary changes to our delivery protocols for food delivery as a result of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the county. These protocols will be in effect to keep our employees safe and also as a measure to ensure appropriate social distancing as families pick up the food.

Beginning Monday March 22 when the bus arrives:

The aid will place the items to be delivered for the first family on the steps of the bus.

The aid will return to the seating area of the bus.

The driver will turn on the red override button.

The driver will use the outside loudspeaker to call the family

representative to the bus. Only 1 person should come to the bus door per family.

Once the family member is at the door the driver will open the door so the family member can retrieve the items.

Driver will close the door and the next family's items will be placed on the steps.

This process will be repeated until all families waiting at the stop have retrieved their items.

If a family is not at the stop, the run will continue.

Once the run has been completed the bus can return to stops where families that missed the delivery are - families must call the school to request this if they miss a delivery.

WCS Staff will not be permitted to exit the bus to deliver ANY items.

Students or their family members ARE NOT ALLOWED on the bus.

We appreciate your attention and cooperation to this matter. The intent is to better ensure the safety, of not only our employees, but also the families that are waiting at the stops. Please, be certain to maintain appropriate social distancing while waiting for the deliveries.


As always, be safe and healthy.

Patrick

Memo from the Superintendent

03-20-2020

To the Whitehall Community, March 19, 2020
I am happy to report that we are currently feeding over 300 children breakfast and lunch each day through the hard work and dedication of our staff at the Whitehall Central School District. We have the capacity to increase that number should you wish to opt-in to this program, just give us a call at the school to sign up. In addition to the nutrition program, our educational program is underway as well. Google Classroom sites are set-up for students in grades 4-12 and packet work has been distributed for students in grades pre-K — 3. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing work online or do not have connectivity in your home, please contact your child's school and we will ensure that work is made available at your home. 

I would like to draw your attention to a very important reminder that I was asked to share by the Washington County Health Department. The shutdown of the public school system was fully supported by the Washington County Health Department and the Washington County Board of Supervisors for the purpose of limiting social contact and the potential spread of COVID-19, Coronavirus. It is recommended and requested that students and community members not congregate in groups or gather socially in close proximity to others during this public health crisis. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and follow recommended hygiene strategies intended to quell the spread of the virus. 

By following these simple recommendations and following the guidance set forth by the Washington County Department of Health, (https://washingtoncountyny.gov/1147/Coronavirus-Information) I am hopeful that we can soon get back to a more normal routine. Thank you all in advance for your anticipated cooperation. 


Best,
Patrick Dee

Memo from the Superintendent

03-18-2020

 Today was our first day of meal delivery during this school shut down as a result of the COVID -
19, Coronavirus. I would like to remind the community that our meal delivery program is
available to all school age children that may need nutritious meals during these difficult times.
If you have not already done so, and would like to participate all you need to do is to contact
the school building of your oldest child to sign up. The elementary number is 499-0330 and the
High school is 499-1770. Just tell the secretary that you would like to sign your children up and
tell her their names, it's that easy!
Meals will then be delivered each morning to the elementary bus stops; If you need those
times, please call our bus garage at 499-0808. Please Understand that someone from your
family must be prompt and present to pick up the meals when the bus arrives; we cannot leave
the meals unattended or with others. We would also like to remind you to practice appropriate
social distancing while at the bus stops, we would like to ensure that each of us are doing our
part to stop the spread of this virus.
If you should have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to your school buildings, we
are here to help. Please know that we understand that these are very difficult times; ones that
have created incredible inconveniences and hardships in each of our lives. I do believe that by
continuing to work together and providing support to one another we can make this entire
situation a bit more bearable for each of us. Best Patrick Dee

Memo from the Superintendent

03-16-2020


Good Afternoon, 

This is Whitehall Central School Superintendent Patrick Dee with an important message for parents regarding school meals. We will be preparing and Delivering breakfast and lunch for students whose families opt-in for this service during the school closure. If you would like meals delivered for your child(ren) during the school closure, it is IMPERATIVE that you call the school of your OLDEST child (High School 518-499-1770) or the (Elementary School 518-499-0330) When calling, please share the names of all School-age children in your home who should receive meals.



Meals will be delivered to your child's BUS STOP LOCATION at the time of the ELEMENTARY PICK-UP beginning on Wednesday morning March 18. If you opt-in for this food delivery program, please ensure that you are waiting at the stop for the bus to arrive. We will do our best to be as timely as possible. If you do not know the time of the elementary pick-up for your location, please call the bus garage at 518-499-0808. Individuals picking up food are strongly encouraged to follow all recommended precautions while waiting, and maintain appropriate social distancing. 



We will also utilize these bus runs for any Instructional packet or workbook exchanges your child's teachers may have. Additional information in regard to instructional matters will be forthcoming. 

Best,



Patrick Dee

Memo from the Superintendent

05-29-2020

Memo from the Superintendent - Graduation

05-20-2020

To the Entire Whitehall Community:

I understand how difficult this time has been for all of our students and families, but especially
our seniors. In my nearly thirty years in education, I have never experienced anything like what
we are experiencing now. When all of this began in the beginning of March, we were all
hopeful and anticipating that we would be able to return to school prior to the end of the
school year. Now that all school campuses have been closed for the remainder of the year, we
have had to make decisions based on the currently executed Executive Orders of the Governor,
as well as the guidelines from the State Education Department, and the expert advice of our
local, state, and federal Departments of Health.
Currently, all school campuses are closed which includes all school activities. The
Governor's Executive Order calls for the

View PDF

Continuation of Processes

05-02-2020

The Governor has determined that schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Meal service as well as instruction will continued. It is important that Students continue to remain engaged in the educational process until the end of the year. All processes initiated when the schools were closed will remain in place throughout June.

Memo from the Elementary Principal

04-20-2020

Dear Railroader Families,						 April 20, 2020

First, let me just say how proud I am of our Railroader families. YOU have worked WITH us, learned WITH us, struggled and succeeded WITH us.  None of us could have anticipated this move into distance learning or predicting that we would find ourselves entering the fourth marking period, still at a distance.  Thank you so very much for hanging in there with us, even though there are days when it feels overwhelming.  Stay healthy and safe. Stay connected in every way possible. Stay railroader STRONG!

As we move into the fourth quarter of the 2019-2020 school year, we would like to offer you a more structured and predictable format for learning from home.  It is not our intention to disrupt a learning routine that you have already established.  It IS our intention to align our instructional message with some guidelines for student time on-task.  Families are encouraged to either adopt the new instructional framework or adapt the framework to sync with the energy and routine of your household.  Whitehall Elementary School teachers, counselors and support staff are ALL available to support you as learning  continues from home.

 Beginning on April 20th:
Monday &  Wednesdays will be dedicated to NEW LEARNING in the areas of MATH AND SCIENCE. 
Tuesday & Thursday will be dedicated to NEW LEARNING in the areas of READING AND SOCIAL STUDIES.
Classroom teachers will be available for instructional feedback through google meets, through email, Remind, and telephone conversations.  
There may be fewer assignments, with fewer student examples to be completed, depending on the complexity of the task/topic being covered.  This is intentional so that teachers can support students and provide feedback before moving ahead. 
Student access to learning is provided in two ways. Google Classrooms have been created at the elementary level, including reading & math intervention and special areas. Teachers send content and instruction along with assignments through Remind.  Additionally, K-2 classrooms are building packets that include paper & pencil learning opportunities.  These packets can be returned through the drop-box @ the High School between 8:00-1:00, through food delivery service, through the post office or pictures of or scanned work. 
Reach out to teachers, support staff, counselors and administrators early and often.  We will work TOGETHER to solve problems. We miss you and worry about everyone when we don’t hear from you. 

The faculty is here and ready for your success, but they can not do this alone.  We need everyone to play their part.  Until we can be together, STAY CONNECTED. STAY WELL.

Respectfully, 

Judy Gould
Whitehall Elementary School
Principal

Memo from the Superintendent

04-01-2020


  Good Afternoon Whitehall Community,                                                    April 1, 2020

  I hope this communication finds you all well. I know it’s difficult to believe, but after a few long
  weeks, we have made it to April! Our schools have now been closed for two-weeks and our
  teachers have been busy providing instruction and work for the students to remain actively
  engaged throughout this closure. l STRONGLY encourage families to participate in this
  experience with your children and actively encourage their engagement with their classroom
  teachers to ensure that they remain on top of their schoolwork.

  Student Meal Delivery Chanqe: Beginning on Friday April 3rd, student meals will be delivered
  for Friday and Monday’s. On Tuesday April 7‘“, meals will be delivered for Tuesday, Wednesday
  and Thursday’s. This new meal delivery process will occur each Friday and Tuesday thereafter
  to reduce exposure for staff as well as the community. Within the food delivery bag will be a
  menu for the delivery which you can follow to prepare the meals for your child(ren). Full meals
  will be delivered to the Tuesday and Friday stops, meals will not be split by the district between
  2 household families; this will be the responsibility of the parents. These same busses will
  continue to be the delivery and pick-up mechanism for any work being transported back and
  forth to the buildings.

 School Closure Extended: On March 27, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive
 order regarding the extension of school closure through April 15, 2020. I do believe that it is
 highly unlikely that we will be returning on this date, however please be aware that if the
 Governor does not extend the school closure past April 15th, we would have to return to school
 on Thursday, April 16. I will continue to monitor all available guidance and directives and keep
 you informed if this changes. Again, from everything we have seen and heard thus far, I would
 anticipate the April 15 date will be extended.

Spring Break: (APRIL 13-17) During this time, schools have been required by the
             Governors Executive Order to continue to provide instruction & meals for students
             every weekday. 80 PLEASE be prepared to pick-up meals on Tuesday and Friday that
             week and ensure that children engage with their teachers in the educational process
             throughout the week.
School Budget Vote: The governor postponed the budget vote until June 1st or later.
School BoardElections: The Governor has postponed the School Board Elections until
             a date AFTER June 1st.
Whitehall Board of Education Meeting; The Whitehall Central School district will
                continue to comply with the open meetings law AND safe social—distancing practices by
                participating in online BOE meetings. The next scheduled is on April 20th at 6:00pm. The
                link for public participation will be posted on the district website in advance of the
                meetings.

As always, we appreciate the continued support that is being provided at home with instruction.
We recognize that this can be a difficult process and one that is continuously evolving as a
result of the many external forces impacting our community. I am and continue to be however,
confident that by working together and maintaining open communication this may all be just a bit
easier. Be safe, be well and most importantly, be there for one another.

Best,

Patrick Dee

Return Completed Work (Paper Copies)

03-31-2020

To return completed work:

1.)You can give it to the bus during meal delivery times.

2.)There will be tote out in front of school underneath the awning for completed work to be dropped off between 9am-2pm M-F.

3.) Completed work can be mailed to the school at:
87 Buckley Road
Whitehall, NY 12887.

Governor's School Closing Extension

03-27-2020

As I am sure you have seen or heard, Governor Cuomo has announced that his Executive Order to close schools will now be extended from April 1, through April 15th.

I would like to assure all students, parents and community members that school meal delivery, and other closure related services provided by the school will continue. At this time schools have received no further guidance from the Governor's office on any other expectations or requirements for schools. When more guidance is received I will be providing updates through automated telephone calls as well as website postings.

Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding as we work together during these difficult times.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dee
Superintendent of Schools

Food Delivery Protocol Change

03-22-2020

Good Evening, March 22, 2020

I want to first reassure everyone that we are continuing our food deliveries in the morning despite the increased closure measures that have been enacted by the Governor’s office. Our busses will be at the Bus Stops at the same time as last week; tomorrow morning, Monday March 23, 2020.

I also want to share with the community some necessary changes to our delivery protocols for food delivery as a result of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the county. These protocols will be in effect to keep our employees safe and also as a measure to ensure appropriate social distancing as families pick up the food.

Beginning Monday March 22 when the bus arrives:

The aid will place the items to be delivered for the first family on the steps of the bus.

The aid will return to the seating area of the bus.

The driver will turn on the red override button.

The driver will use the outside loudspeaker to call the family

representative to the bus. Only 1 person should come to the bus door per family.

Once the family member is at the door the driver will open the door so the family member can retrieve the items.

Driver will close the door and the next family's items will be placed on the steps.

This process will be repeated until all families waiting at the stop have retrieved their items.

If a family is not at the stop, the run will continue.

Once the run has been completed the bus can return to stops where families that missed the delivery are - families must call the school to request this if they miss a delivery.

WCS Staff will not be permitted to exit the bus to deliver ANY items.

Students or their family members ARE NOT ALLOWED on the bus.

We appreciate your attention and cooperation to this matter. The intent is to better ensure the safety, of not only our employees, but also the families that are waiting at the stops. Please, be certain to maintain appropriate social distancing while waiting for the deliveries.


As always, be safe and healthy.

Patrick

Memo from the Superintendent

03-20-2020

To the Whitehall Community, March 19, 2020
I am happy to report that we are currently feeding over 300 children breakfast and lunch each day through the hard work and dedication of our staff at the Whitehall Central School District. We have the capacity to increase that number should you wish to opt-in to this program, just give us a call at the school to sign up. In addition to the nutrition program, our educational program is underway as well. Google Classroom sites are set-up for students in grades 4-12 and packet work has been distributed for students in grades pre-K — 3. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing work online or do not have connectivity in your home, please contact your child's school and we will ensure that work is made available at your home. 

I would like to draw your attention to a very important reminder that I was asked to share by the Washington County Health Department. The shutdown of the public school system was fully supported by the Washington County Health Department and the Washington County Board of Supervisors for the purpose of limiting social contact and the potential spread of COVID-19, Coronavirus. It is recommended and requested that students and community members not congregate in groups or gather socially in close proximity to others during this public health crisis. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and follow recommended hygiene strategies intended to quell the spread of the virus. 

By following these simple recommendations and following the guidance set forth by the Washington County Department of Health, (https://washingtoncountyny.gov/1147/Coronavirus-Information) I am hopeful that we can soon get back to a more normal routine. Thank you all in advance for your anticipated cooperation. 


Best,
Patrick Dee

Memo from the Superintendent

03-18-2020

 Today was our first day of meal delivery during this school shut down as a result of the COVID -
19, Coronavirus. I would like to remind the community that our meal delivery program is
available to all school age children that may need nutritious meals during these difficult times.
If you have not already done so, and would like to participate all you need to do is to contact
the school building of your oldest child to sign up. The elementary number is 499-0330 and the
High school is 499-1770. Just tell the secretary that you would like to sign your children up and
tell her their names, it's that easy!
Meals will then be delivered each morning to the elementary bus stops; If you need those
times, please call our bus garage at 499-0808. Please Understand that someone from your
family must be prompt and present to pick up the meals when the bus arrives; we cannot leave
the meals unattended or with others. We would also like to remind you to practice appropriate
social distancing while at the bus stops, we would like to ensure that each of us are doing our
part to stop the spread of this virus.
If you should have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to your school buildings, we
are here to help. Please know that we understand that these are very difficult times; ones that
have created incredible inconveniences and hardships in each of our lives. I do believe that by
continuing to work together and providing support to one another we can make this entire
situation a bit more bearable for each of us. Best Patrick Dee

Memo from the Superintendent

03-16-2020


Good Afternoon, 

This is Whitehall Central School Superintendent Patrick Dee with an important message for parents regarding school meals. We will be preparing and Delivering breakfast and lunch for students whose families opt-in for this service during the school closure. If you would like meals delivered for your child(ren) during the school closure, it is IMPERATIVE that you call the school of your OLDEST child (High School 518-499-1770) or the (Elementary School 518-499-0330) When calling, please share the names of all School-age children in your home who should receive meals.



Meals will be delivered to your child's BUS STOP LOCATION at the time of the ELEMENTARY PICK-UP beginning on Wednesday morning March 18. If you opt-in for this food delivery program, please ensure that you are waiting at the stop for the bus to arrive. We will do our best to be as timely as possible. If you do not know the time of the elementary pick-up for your location, please call the bus garage at 518-499-0808. Individuals picking up food are strongly encouraged to follow all recommended precautions while waiting, and maintain appropriate social distancing. 



We will also utilize these bus runs for any Instructional packet or workbook exchanges your child's teachers may have. Additional information in regard to instructional matters will be forthcoming. 

Best,



Patrick Dee

Important Notices

Our Teachers

Pre-Kindergarten

  • Melia St. Clair

    Preschool Teacher
  • Kindergarten

  • Jordan Hoke

    Kindergarten Teacher
  • Alexandria Parker

    Kindergarten Teacher [Website]
    [Classroom: lsmxwhf]
  • Sarah Seybolt

    Kindergarten Teacher
    [Classroom: 7kbb5xs]
  • 1st Grade

  • Brianna Gates

    1st Grade Teacher [Website]
  • Amanda Heckman

    1st Grade Teacher [Website]
  • Holly Pelkey

    1st Grade Teacher [Website]
  • 2nd Grade

  • Haley Kuhl

    2nd Grade Teacher
  • Sandra Lavin

    2nd Grade Teacher
  • Abigail Novak

    2nd Grade Teacher
  • Michael Thornton

    2nd Grade Teacher [Website]
  • 3rd Grade

  • Sherry Cummings

    3rd Grade Teacher [Website]
  • Amanda Fowler

    3rd Grade Teacher
  • 4th Grade

  • Marilyn Borden

    4th Grade Teacher [Website]
  • Christopher Fowler

    4th Grade Teacher [Website]
  • Carissa Hall

    4th Grade Teacher
  • Kathryn Trottier

    4th Grade Teacher [Website]
  • 5th Grade

  • Talia Dyer

    5th Grade Teacher
    [Classroom: zjraftr]
  • Karen Paddock

    5th Grade Teacher
    [Classroom: zjraftr]
  • Lindsey St.Clair

    5th Grade Teacher
    [Classroom: zjraftr]

Specials

  • Heather Gordon

    Art Teacher
    [Classroom: sup7m6f]
  • Rose Kobor

    Library Teacher [Website]
  • Lauren Chandler

    Music Teacher [Website]
    [Classroom: 3lbrwiq]
  • Pam Putorti

    Physical Education Teacher
    [Classroom: eo3do63]
  • Kim Barber

    Science Teacher [Website]
    [Classroom: zszze5o]
  • Title Teachers

    • Brittany Ferguson

      Title Mathematics
    • Stacey Trevellyan

      Title Mathematics [Website]
    • Elizabeth Martineau

      Title Reading
    • Shea Whiting

      Title Reading

    Special Education

  • Jennifer Boutin

    Special Ed. Teacher
  • Ben Lane

    Special Ed. Teacher
  • Stephanie McCotter

    Special Ed. Teacher
  • Pamela Telisky

    Special Ed. Teacher
  • Rachel Waters

    Special Ed. Teacher
  • Casandra Wickham

    Special Ed. Teacher [Website]
  • Student Services

    • Allison Henry

      Psychologist [Website]
    • Katie Johnson

      Social Worker [Website]