We have hired two art teachers! Jamie Schilling will be our art teacher for grades PK-4. She is a parent to two Marlboro School students and has many years of classroom experience. Donald Saaf will teach grades 5-8. He is also a Marlboro resident and brings almost 20 years of teaching students in many different capacities. In addition to teaching a weekly art class, I have created additional time for them to work in the classrooms on arts integrated projects. We feel very lucky to have both of them join our community.
Physical Education Teacher and Kindergarten/Preschool Assistant are currently in the interview process.
Have a great weekend, Wayne
With incredible determination from our town officials and Celena Romo, we will have speed road signs installed for the next school year. Please thank them for all their hard work.
We are very excited to announce that we have hired our Preschool teacher. She will also be our interventionist for preschool through grade 2. Her name is Amanda Georgeson.
Here is a note from Amanda:
Hi! I am beyond excited to be joining the staff and community of Marlboro Elementary!! My family and I recently moved from Summit County Colorado to Wardsboro, Vermont in June of 2017 for a job opportunity my fiancé was given at Mount Snow. In Colorado I worked as a substitute teacher, a preschool teacher in a private Montessori preschool, and six years as a preschool teacher in a public elementary school in Breckenridge, CO. This past school year I worked as both a preschool and kindergarten teacher at Twin Valley Elementary while covering two maternity leaves. Continue reading “New Preschool Teacher”
We are also excited to report our 5/6 teacher or next year. Liz is a recent graduate of Antioch College and is certified in both special education and elementary education. She is a strong believer in authentic learning and thematic interdisciplinary units. Her past work includes teaching English in Peru, 3/4 combined classroom teacher at Lee H Kellogg School in CT, which is an EL Education school, and a special education teacher at Academy School in West Brattleboro. Her interests include poetry, coaching soccer, cycling and gardening.