Reigle named interim director of VAL


MIDDLEBURY — Natalie Reigle was named Interim Regional Director of Vermont Adult Learning’s (VAL) Addison County Learning Center in Middlebury. She joined the educational nonprofit in 2011 following work at Middlebury Union High School and a successful career in environmental engineering. Reigle’s roles at VAL include Math and Science Teacher, GED Educational Advisor and Assessment Trainer.
VAL’s Middlebury site is actively working with students, offering virtual and — if needed —in-person services amid COVID-19. Protocols are in place to ensure a safe, welcoming and healthy environment for students and staff.
VAL serves adults ages 16 years and older. Programs include basic education and literacy, high school completion, GED tutoring and testing, courses for English Language Learners, workforce readiness and development, and transition to post-secondary education. Services are free.
“During this period my focus will be to strengthen instruction in our core areas of Reading, Writing and Math, especially for remote learning, while expanding educational services related to employment,” Reigle said.
Prospective students may call (802) 388-4392, text (802) 276-6928, text VAL to 31996 or visit VAL’s website at

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