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Meet the new faculty, staff at RNESU schools

NESHOBE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

BRANDON — As the new school year started this past Wednesday, students saw some new faces in the classrooms of the Brandon-area schools. These new faces are the dedicated faculty and staff that greet students every morning. These individuals spent many days over the summer working to come together with veteran teachers and staff to become a team. These are the new faculty and staff in Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union/Otter Valley Unified Union.
NESHOBE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:
(L to R):
• Tami Munford – Teacher: Spanish
• Molly Bull – Guidance Counselor
• Gwen LaPorte – Paraeducator
 
OTTER CREEK ACADEMY AT LEICESTER, SUDBURY AND WHITING:
Front Row (L to R):
• Eric Rozinski – Guidance Counselor
• Leslie Thompson – Teacher: PreK
• Melanie King – Teacher: Grade 5/6
Back Row (L to R):
• Tami Munford – Teacher: Spanish
• Robert McCuen – Paraeducator
• Dorothy Niss – Paraeducator
• Matthew Aucoin – Teacher: Art
Not pictured: Earl Corey – Teacher: Grade 5/6
 
OTTER VALLEY UNION MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL:
Front Row (L to R):
• Stephanie LaFountain – OV – Teacher: MS Math
• Robert Baxter – OV – Paraeducator
• Mallory Buxton-Erickson – OV – Library/Media Specialist Assistant
• Amanda Bliven – OV – Paraeducator
Back Row (L to R):
• Devon Karpak – OV – Teacher: Technical Education
• Kenneth Stanley – OV – Teacher: MS/HS Physical Education
• Allan Hall – OV North – Intervention Specialist
• Charles Kornman – OV – Long-Term Sub Teacher: MS Social Studies
Not pictured: Becky Congdon – Paraeducator; Melanie Lloyd – Teacher: HS Science/Chemistry; Michael Metz – Teacher: HS Science/Health Educator
 
RUTLAND NORTHEAST SUPERVISORY – CENTRAL OFFICE:
(L to R):
• Megean Martin – Social/Emotional Leader/Coach
• Kristin Hubert – Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
• Rebecca Baker – Teacher: Academic Interventionist/ELL
Not pictured:  Jess Morse-Davis – Assistant to Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment; Richard Vigue – Transportation Coordinator

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