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295Mrs.MeganPrehemoCanaan Schools99 School StreetCanaanVT05903mprehemo@canaanschools.orgEssex North Supervisory Union802-266-8910NoGinette Ladd802-266-8910gladd@canaanschools.orgMegan Prehemo has been the Canaan Schools’ nurse for four years. Megan consistently, day after day, goes above and beyond her regular nursing duties. Most recently, Megan instituted a program called: Feeding the Brain for Academic Success. She was concerned about the number of elementary students who didn’t eat breakfast or bring a snack to school. Megan reached out to the local business community and was able to raise $1,240 to provide a daily snack to approximately 120 K-8 students from April 8th to the end of the year. Megan was also awarded two grants, equaling $7,550 to continue the Feeding the Brain program next year. Megan also arranged for students from Canaan Schools to be seen by the Molar Express, and coordinated transportation to a neighboring NH school for this service. Weekly, Megan teaches elementary classes lessons on nutrition and health. As a member of the core EST team, Megan case manages several students’ plans while providing the team with continuously relevant and essential information. Always taking on some new initiative, Megan provides information to our preK-12 community through bulletin boards in the high school and elementary and is always updating the material around the buildings. Megan is an advocate for all children and always engages in programs and activities for the sake of Canaan Schools’ students. The Canaan Community is incredibly lucky to have Megan Prehemo, a dedicated, wonderful, and caring professional, on our staff.Mr.Christopher Massoncrmasson@canaanschools.orgRoute 253 PO Box 100CanaanVT05903Mrs.Kimberly Sweatt431 Clay Brook RoadCanaanVT05903Mrs.Deborah Lynchdlynch@canaanschools.org802-266-89102013-07-17 06:05:50
282Mr.TravisHillWalden School135 Cahoon Farm RoadWest DanvilleVT05873thill@waldenschoolvt.orgCaledonia Central Supervisory Union8025633000YesElizabeth Benoit8025633000lbenoit@waldenschoolvt.orgStep across the threshold of Travis Hill's room and one is instantly in the company of mathematicians who are strategically solving mathematical problems and constructing viable arguments. Travis clearly defines the learning targets for students and his lessons are crafted to allow each student to achieve great success. He establishes high expectations for students in all facets of their education. Mr. Hill and his quiet demeanor serve as a huge presence at Walden School. He is often called upon to assist colleagues in a variety of endeavors, readily accepting each challenge. Travis is the consummate professional who exemplifies the very best of our educational community.Ms.Martha Tuckermartha.tucker@ccsuonline.org10 Rte 2 EastDanvilleVT05828Mrs.Judy CliffordNoyestar RoadWalden VT05873Mrs.Elizabeth Benoitlbenoit@waldenschoolvt.org135 Cahoon Farm RoadWest DanvilleVT0587380256330002013-08-01 16:00:55
281Ms.BrandyKollingPeacham Elementary SchoolP.O. Box 271340 Bayley Hazen RoadPeachamVT05862bkolling@peachamschool.orgCaledonia Central Supervisory Union802 684-3801NoMartha Tucker802 592-3513martha.tucker@ccsuonline.orgIt is remarkable that the 2012 – 2013 school year was Brandy Kolling’s first year in the classroom. Her personal qualities, educational values and beliefs, when coupled with her professional knowledge of methodology and pedagogy, made for a dynamic classroom learning environment. Throughout the year, she maintained unwavering commitment and focus on student learning. Her strengths in areas of curriculum, assessment, and instructional best practice allowed her to more fully address the academic, social, and emotional needs of her students. Further, her understanding of the individual needs of students provided for learning in a way that was accessible and relevant. Ms.Martha Tuckermartha.tucker@ccsuonline.org10 Route 2 East, PO Box 216Danville VT05828Ms.Wynne Browne44 Blanchard Hill RoadPeacham VT05821Mr.Hank Ruppertsbergerh.ruppertsberger@ccsuonline.org10 Route 2 East, PO Box 216Danville VT05828802 684-38012013-08-06 13:51:21
331Mrs.JenniferUllrichBrownington Central School103 Chase RoadBrowningtonVt05860jullrich@ocsu.orgOrleans Central Supervisory Union802-754-8467NoElaine Collins802-754-8467ecollins@ocsu.orgJennifer Ullrich’s success with all students, regardless of their circumstances, demonstrates her belief that all students can learn and makes her Brownington’s UVM teacher of the year. She differentiates her instruction, makes accommodations for every students, holds them accountable and gets results . Because of her knowledge and experience, Jen is the “go to person” and serves as mentor for every new teacher hired. Mrs. Ullrich is a respected leader, serving on a number of committees, groups, and teams and is a PLC facilitator. She is also chair of the grievance committee and serves on the negotiating team. Dr.Stephen Urgensonsurgenson@aol.com130 Kinsey RoadBartonVt05822Mr.Larry Chase103 Chase RoadBrowningtonVt05860Mrs.Elaine Collins2013-06-12 09:40:25
337Mrs.Heather FreemanOrleans Southwest pre programs157 Daniel's Road - PO Box 338HardwickVT05843hfreeman@ossu.orgOrleans Southwest Supervisory UnionsameYessame802-472-6531sameHeather has been employed with OSSU for 9 nines. In addition to her teaching duties, Heather has been involved with the Howard Center to work with students on the Autism Spectrum. She has taken on the task of learning assessment and data systems, to work with colleagues for best practices. She is also learning about licensure and financial aspects of education. Heather always makes time, whether it be with students, staff, or other agencies to 'go the extra mile' to ensure that all students' needs are met.Mrs.JoAn Canningjcanning@ossu.orgMrs.Suellen Bottiggi245 Scribner RoadEast CalaisVT05650Mrs.Joanne LeBlancjoanneleblanc@ossu.org802-472-60632013-08-19 15:25:10
336Mrs.MonicaMorrisseyLakeview Union ElementaryBarr HillGreensboro VT05841mmorrissey@ossu.orgOrleans Southwest Supervisory Union802-533-7066NoLorelei Wheeler802-533-7066lwheeler@ossu.orgMonica has been working at the Lakeview Union Elementary School for 23 years. Monica's practices lead to high scores for all students in her class. She insists on inclusion for students with special needs and remains passionate to be the teacher for all students - regardless of 'status'. Monica serves on numerous committees and regularly reports on the committee activities to her school community.JoAn Canningjcanning@ossu.org157 Daniel's Road - PO Box 338HardwickVT05843Tara Reynolds80 Hanson DriveGreensboroVT05841Eric Erwineerwin@ossu.org2013-08-19 15:22:11
333Mrs.ReneePiernotGlover Community School100 School StreetGloverVt05839rpiernotOrleans Central Supervisory Union802-525-6958YesDale Burnash802-525-4955dburnash@ocsu.orgRenee Piernot has been teaching middle level language arts to students at the Glover Community School for the past five years. Renee is highly respected by her colleagues and students alike and she has developed close relationships with her colleagues, her students and their parents. Renee is passionate about being an educator and a leader. She has been the peer of her PLC for the past two years and will continue in this role next year. Renee is always willing to help when asked, frequently takes on new endeavors, and can always be found taking charge of activities or events. Dr.Stephen Urgensonsurgenson@aol.com130 Kinsey RoadBartonVt05822Mrs.Leah Rogers100 School StreetGloverVt05839Mr.Dale Burnashdburnash@ocsu.org100 School StreetGlover Vt05839802-525-69582013-06-12 09:49:14
334Ms.JulieCaseyCoventry Village SchoolPO Box 92CoventryVT05825Julie.Casey@ncsuvt.orgNorth Country Supervisory Union802-754-6464NoMatthew Baughman802-754-6464Matthew.Baughmna@ncsuvt.orgJulie Casey's dedication, love, and willingness to learn and grow as an educator raises the quality of learning and teaching throughout our entire school. She is always the first one in the building, and often one of the last to leave. She regularly sheds tears for her students when they perform better than they thought they could and she gets daily hugs from her current and former students. It is a pleasure and an honor to work alongside Julie and I wish that more schools had someone like her to brighten the classrooms and lives of our young people. Julie teaches Grade 2 and her strengths are in Learning, Advocacy, Colleagueship and Accountability.Dr.Robert KernRobert.Kern@ncsuvt.org121 Duchess Ave., Suite ANewportVT05855Mr.Frank CarbonneauPO Box 91CoventryVT05825Mr.Matthew BaughmanMatthew.Baughman@ncsuvt.org2013-07-23 16:03:54
293Ms.EileenRossettiWaterford Elementary276 Duck Pond RoadWaterfordVT05819erossetti@ecsuvt.orgEssex-Caledonia Supervisory Union802-695-3373 ext. 105NoDonald Van Nostrand802-748-9393dvannostrand@ecsuvt.orgEileen Rossetti has been helping children learn to love music for many years. Her ability to look at a classroom full of students and create a program so that on concert night each student’s strength shines through is nothing short of amazing. Ms. Rossetti has set the bar high and children prove they can meet and exceed. It is a wonderful experience to watch a shy student perform a solo in front of two hundred people, all because “Ms. Rossetti said I can do it”. Ms. Rossetti is a master at encouraging students to take risks, and perform with excellence.Mr.Brian Rayburnbrayburn@ecsuvt.orgPO Box 255ConcordVT05824Mr.Robert Begin276 Duck Pond RoadWaterfordVT05819Ms.Phyllis Perkinspperkins@ecsuvt.org802-748-93932013-08-06 13:10:13
294Ms.RoxanneRobertsWaterford Elementary276 Duck Pond RoadWaterfordVT05819rroberts@ecsuvt.orgEssex-Caledonia Supervisory Union802-695-3373 ext. 102NoDonald Van Nostrand802-748-9393dvannostrand@ecsuvt.orgEnter one of Roxanne Roberts physical education classes and you see excitement all around. This excitement is in the form of the students as they navigate from one activity to another and in the form of the teacher as she continuously assesses each student and provides feedback. Mrs. Roberts’ classes are dynamic. They include a variety of learning objectives and pathways for students to meet those objectives. Mrs. Roberts successfully incorporates information technology into her lessons, always ensures reflective activities to close the lesson, and ensures each child is successful, yet challenged. She leads by example as a teacher leader.Mr.Brian Rayburnbrayburn@ecsuvt.orgPO Box 255ConcordVT05824Mr.Robert Begin276 Duck Pond RoadWaterfordVT05819Ms.Phyllis Perkinspperkins@ecsuvt.org802-748-93932013-08-06 13:18:09
352Ms.KaroleVan NostrandSt. Johnsbury School257 Western AvenueSt. JohnsburyVT05819kvannostrand@stjsd.orgSt. Johnsbury School District802-748-8912NoMartha Dubuque802-748-8912mdubuque@stjsd.orgWhen you walk into Karole's fifth grade math classroom, you are struck by the calm, focused academic tone. Through her effective use of questioning, she engages all students in deep thinking and has created an atmosphere in which students debate about mathematical ideas. She has been a teacher leader in using the Common Core Mathematics Standards for Practice to enhance instruction and in using mobile technology to promote all students' learning. Karole sets a stellar example for colleagues with her involvement in rigorous professional development, her ongoing reflection on her practice, and her use of data to inform and differentiate instruction. Dr.Margaret Ranny Bledsoembledsoe@stjsd.org257 Western AvenueSt. Johnsbury VT05819Mrs.Becky Bauldof256 Caledonia St.St. JohsnburyVT05819Dr.Martha Dubuquemdubuque@stjsd.org802-748-89122013-08-16 13:49:52
276Ms.LisaHoytMettawee Community School5788 VT Route 153West PawletVT05775lhoyt@brsu.orgBennington - Rutland Supervisory Union802-362-2452NoCeleste Keel802-645-9009celeste.keel@brsu.orgMs. Hoyt received her Master of Music from West Virginia University. She has been teaching Music part-time at the Mettawee Community School since January of 2003. She also began teaching part-time at the Currier Memorial School in August of 2007. Lisa is an excellent musician and teacher who goes above and beyond to help her students to succeed. She continues to be eager to try new things which gives the students an opportunity to be creative and to take risks.Mr.Daniel M. Frenchdaniel.french@brsu.org6378 VT Route 7ASunderlandVT05250Ms.Sue CeglowskiPO Box 100RupertVT05768Ms.Brooke DeBonisbdebonis@brsu.org2013-08-01 11:50:36
349Mr.SteveKainenWells Village School135 VT Route 30WellsVT05774steve.kainen@rswsu.orgRutland Southwest Supervisory Union802-645-0386Nolinda.oleary@rswsu.org802-645-0386linda.oleary@rswsu.orgThe students at Wells Village School are lucky to enter Kindergarten in the capable hands of Steve Kainen. What a joy it is to see him interact with students! Over the past nine years he has eased the transition to school for our children, empowering them as individuals, teaching them appropriate social interactions and enriching their lives. The more complex the needs; the more Steve rises to the occasion to bring learning to each student. He molds them into inquisitive learners and instills pride with each success. Always willing to assist, Steve is appreciated by all for his flexibility.Dr.Joan Paustianjoan.paustian@rswsu.org168 York St.PoultneyVT05776Mrs.Sue Burke242 Lamb Hill Rd.WellsVT05774Ms.Linda O'Learylinda.oleary@rswsu.org65 Songbird MeadowsDorsetVT05251802-645-03862013-07-29 13:21:24
261Mrs.Diane BenwareSalisbury Community School286 Kelley Cross RoadSalisburyVT05769dbenware@addisoncentralsu.orgAddison Central Supervisory Union802-382-1277YesSharon Fletcher802-352-4291sfletcher@addisoncentralsu.orgDiane Benware has been a teacher and the heart and soul of the Salisbury Community School for 35 years. As a classroom teacher for most of her career and a reading specialist for the past ten years, Diane has selflessly provided SCS with what it has needed to thrive. It is hard to imagine an aspect of our school that does not include the caring looking after of Diane Benware. Diane is a true advocate for students. She works hard to connect her students with their subject matter, understanding a healthy life style and the importance of their community. Diane is most deserving of this award.Mr.Peter Burrowspburrows@addisoncentralsu.org49 Charles AvenueMiddleburyVT05753Ms.Gretchen Huestis334 Lower Plains RoadSalisburyVT05769Ms.Fernanda Canalesfcanales@addisoncentralsu.org802-352-42912013-08-05 16:37:15
340Ms.AlenaWehofProctor Junior/Senior High School4 Park StreetProctorVT05765alena.wehof@uvm.eduRutland Central Supervisory Union459-3353NoMr. Adam Rosenberg459-3353adam.rosenbergAlena Wehof is an exceptional professional in whom passion for teaching, inquisitiveness, and an extraordinary skill set combine to form that unique amalgam that engages students in their learning. She views students’ learning from their perspective, endeavoring and succeeding in creating activities that engage students in the world they inhabit by inviting them to work with it, while focusing on relevant standards. Her students engage in creative projects to calculate genetic probability and recreate the work of Dmitri Mendeleev, creator of the periodic table. She has led her colleagues in creating engineering projects and a new vision for her school. Dr.Debra Taylordebra.taylor@rcsu.org16 Evelyn StreetRutland Vt05701Mr.Lloyd Hughes24 Grove St.ProctorVT05765Mr.Adam Rosenbergadam.rosenberg@rcsu.org2013-06-21 16:57:38
348Mrs.KatherineMahoneyPoultney Elementary School96 School CirclePoultneyVT05764kay.mahoney@rswsu.orgRutland Southwest Supervisory Union802-287-5212NoKristen Caliguiri802-287-5212kristen.caliguiri@rswsu.orgKay Mahoney is a fifth grade teacher, dedicated to high academic standards and increasing student proficiency through addressing needs in a holistic manner. Mrs. Mahoney has the ability to form relationships with parents and families and believes that all students can learn; she incorporates data, as well as uses a holistic approach in the education of her students to ensure they reach their fullest potential and gain confidence, all within a caring and nurturing classroom environment. Equally exciting has been her incorporation of the STEM component into her curricula as she continues to go above and beyond in challenging kids through the use of technology and community partnerships.Dr.Joan Paustianjoan.paustian@rswsu.org168 York StreetPoultneyVT05764Mrs.Mary Jo Teetor19 Ferncliff CampsPoultneyVT05764Ms.Kristen L. Caliguirikristen.caliguiri@rswsu.org802-287-52122013-07-29 14:30:37
346Ms.Kristin CimonettiMill River Union High School2321 Middle RoadNorth ClarendonVT05759kcimonetti@rssu.orgRutland South Supervisory UnionPatrickNoLynn 802 775-1925lpatrick@rssu.orgMill River Union High School was founded on the belief that the arts, academics and athletics are all equally important in the education of our students. Kristin Cimonetti is a major part of why we are able to practice that core belief every day. Kristin’s vocal music classes always demonstrate both a high level of academic and performance excellence. Kristin’s dedication to her students has also made it possible for them to participate in concerts and Master classes with professional musicians as well as nationally recognized professors of music. Mr.Dana Cole-Levesquedcole@rssu.org64 Grange Hall RoadNorth ClarendonVT05759Mr.Brownson SpencerPO Box 380North Clarendon VT05759Mr.Andy Pomeroyapomeroy@rssu.org2013-06-27 14:51:00
347Ms.Delia "Dee" BortClarendon Elementary School 84 Grange Hall RoadNorth ClarendonVT05759dbort@rssu.orgRutland South Supervisory Union802 775-5379Nojean murray802 775-5379jmurray@rssu.orgWhen you have an exceptional staff with experienced and caring teachers, it is challenging to select just one for teacher of the year honors. However, there is one teacher whose dogged determination to provide for her children is truly noteworthy. She understands the importance of preschool education and the foundation it provides for all students. Her love for her students and advocacy for their program makes our Pre-K program at Clarendon Elementary School an exemplary one. She will be missed as a classroom teacher but welcomed back this fall as a mentor to her successor. It is with pleasure and pride that we award the teacher of the year honors to Ms. Delia Bort.Mr.Dana Cole-Levesquedcole@rssu.org64 Grange Hall RoadNorth ClarendonVT05759Mr.Doug EarleClarenbury RoadNorth Clarendon VT05759Mr.Fred Valastrofvalastro@rssu.org2013-06-27 15:03:26
260Mr.PeterBrakeleyMiddlebury Union Middle School48 Deerfield LaneMiddleburyVT05753pbrakeley@addisoncentralsu.orgAddison Central Supervisory Union802-382-1277NoSharon Fletcher802-382-1600sfletcher@addisoncentralsu.orgPeter Brakeley has worked as a Social Studies teacher at MUMS for 33 years. He is recognized for his ability to engage his students in the subject of social studies while making their learning experience interesting and fun. Mr. Brakeley was the varsity football coach at MUHS for a number of years, and continues to be an active member of the Middlebury community. Peter is most deserving of this award.Mr.Peter Burrowspburrows@addisoncentralsu.org49 Charles AvenueMiddleburyVT05753Mr.Leonard Barrett1869A East StreetBridportVT05734Mr.Patrick Reenpreen@addisoncentralsu.org802-382-12012013-08-05 16:05:33
268Mrs.AbigailWaldFair Haven Grade School103 Main StreetFair HavenVT05743awald.arsu.orgAddison-Rutland Supervisory Union802-265-3883NoWayne Cooke802-265-3883wcooke@arsu.orgMrs. Abby Wald brings enthusiasm, passion and commitment to her students and English Language Arts classroom every day. She complements this dedication with professional leadership at the local and district level as a Middle School Team Leader and district ELA Task Force member. Abby is a master of her craft in the classroom as supported by her students' scores on local assessments and NECAP. Knowledge, motivation, creative challenging lessons and the commitment to every student are a few of the hallmarks to Abby's prowess as UVM Outstanding Teacher of the Year. Mr.Ronald Ryanrryan@arsu.org49 Main StreetFair HavenVT05743Mr.Jeff Langmaid574 Bolger RoadFair HavenVT05743Mr.Wayne Cookewcooke@arsu.org802- 265-38832013-07-09 15:07:34
269Mr.ShaunKetchamFair Haven Union High School33 Mechanic StreetFair HavenVT05743sketcham@arsu.orgAddison-Rutland Supervisory Union802-265-4966YesBrett Blanchard802-265-4966bblanchard@arsu.orgMr. Shaun Ketcham has been Chair of Fair Haven Union High School's Science Department since 2003. Over the past five years his department openly examined data, curriculum and past student performances to dramatically improve student science proficiency. Under his leadership NECAP scores for the past three years have placed FHUHS students in the top 10% in New England. Shaun has been instrumental with supporting both teenage and adult learners seeking alternative means for graduation. During last summer's Prep Program Shaun created and taught forensics to incoming ninth graders. Most importantly, he always remains student-centered with a focus on maintaining positive student relationships.Mr.Ronald Ryanrryan@arsu.org49 Main StreetFair HavenVT05743Ms.Cheryl Schneider2000 Stage RoadBensonVT05743Mr.Brett Blanchardbblanchard@arsu.org802-265-49662013-07-11 13:01:28
344Ms.SarahBlowOtter Valley Union High2997 Franklin StreetBrandonVT05733sblow@rnesu.orgRutland Northeast Supervisory Union8022476833NoNancy Robinson8022476833nrobinson@rnesu.orgSarah Blow, a middle school computer applications teacher, was selected as our Outstanding Educator of the Year for her extraordinary connection with her students, her dynamic teaching style, and her consistent willingness to contribute to our school team. Throughout her tenure, Sarah has gone the extra mile to ensure that she has made a difference in our students' lives. In the classroom, she provides a nonthreatening, welcoming, and engaging environment for her students. She is a positive role model and takes advantage of every opportunity for a teachable moment, whether it is in or out of the classroom. When working with her colleagues, her first question has always been, "How can I help?Mr.John Castlejcastle@rnesu.orgRNESU 49 Court DriveBrandonVT05733Dr.James Rademacher281 Adams RoadPittsfordVT05763Mrs.Nancy Robinsonnrobinson@rnesu.orgOVUHS 2997 Franklin StreetBrandonVT0573380224768332013-07-17 12:22:48
342Mrs.Dorathy (Dardy)PourNortheast Primary School117 Temple StreetRutlandVT05701dpour@rutlandhs.k12.vt.usRutland City School District773-1940NoCarol Coleman 773-1940ccoleman@rutlandhs.k12.vt.usDardy is a valuable resource and a humble model to other professionals related to current knowledge, student and family advocacy, and high professionalism and accountability. She seeks to enhance her teaching by researching methods for best implementing curriculum demands while maintaining best practices for early childhood. She takes advantage of professional development opportunities and brings new ideas into her classroom. She shares and models new learning with enthusiasm. Dardy is meticulous in her documentation and organization of assessments and student plans, and is able to convey this to families in a manner that makes sense and is encouraging rather than intimidating. Ms.Mary Moranmmoran@rutlandhs.k12.vt.us6 Church StreetRutlandVT05701Mr.Peter Mello6 Church StreetRutlandVT05701Mrs.Susanne Engelssengels@rutlandhs.k12.vt.us786-17172013-05-28 09:39:17
343Mrs.Ann MarieMaharRutland High School22 Stratton RoadRutland High SchoolRutlandVT05701amahar@rutlandhs.k12.vt.usRutland City School District770-1074YesRebecca Badgley 773-1955rbadgley@rutlandhs.k12.vt.usAnn Marie Mahar represents the Rutland community so well. She is a Rutland High School graduate. Nationally certified, with two degrees from UVM, Ann Marie is the definition of a life-long learner. Ann Marie currently teaches Biology through the AP level. She also heads the RHS Science Department, helping to develop the school’s STEM initiative. She is a leader in reform of grading practices. Most importantly, her students are devoted to her, both for her excellent instruction and her commitment to help them succeed. As a professional teacher, she lives the motto for her students, doing “Whatever it takes.”Ms.Mary Moranmmoran@rutlandhs.k12.vt.usLongfellow Building, 6 Church StreetRutlandVT05701Mr.Peter MelloLongfellow Building, 6 Church StreetRutlandVT05701Mr.Bill Olsenbolsen@rutlandhs.k12.vt.us770-10712013-06-19 11:44:16
325Mr.CarlWilliamstWilliamstown Middle High School120 Hebert RoadWilliamstownVT05679cwilliams.wmhs@onsu.orgOrange North Supervisory Union8024335359NoRenee Pearce8024335359rpearce.wmhs@onsu.orgCarl Williams is a long time educator who has served as a special education consulting teacher and is beginning his twelfth year as a teacher of social studies at Williamstown Middle High School. His mostly soft spoken, non-judgmental, Socratic approach requires students to work as historians in evaluating primary sources and artifacts and to examine and explain conflicting pieces of evidence. This summer and fall he connected a dozen students with the State Archeologists to participate in an important dig in Swanton, Vermont. Carl also has represented his colleagues as representative of the ONEA and advises the WMHS student council. Ms.Susette L. Bollardsbollard@onsu.org111B Brush Hill RoadWilliamstownVT05679Mr.Alvin Avery991 Graniteville RoadWilliamstownVT05679Mr.Scott Langslang.wmhs@onsu.org120 Hebert RoadWilliamstownVT0567980243353592013-08-02 10:14:43
326Ms.AngelaLacroixWashington Village SchoolRte. 110 72 School LaneWashingtonVT05679alacroix.wvs@onsu.orgOrange North Supervisory Union8028832312YesKathie Ball8028832312kball.wvs@onsu.orgAngela LaCroix has taught at Washington Village School for 10 years. She began her career teaching students in Kindergarten and first grade. She recently transitioned to teaching mathematics and providing intervention for students in grades K-5. Angela teaches with passion and excitement. Her strong content knowledge, effective use of research based instructional strategies and ability to connect with students provides an environment where all students feel success. She also works collaboratively with other with teachers across the SU, supports new teachers and provides a model classroom for others to learn from. We are proud to have her on our team. Ms.Susette L. Bollardsbollard@onsu.org111B Brush Hill RoadWilliamstownVT05679Mr.Joe Bresette291 Woodchuck HollowWashingtonVT05675Ms.Kathie Ball2013-08-02 11:05:42
318Mrs.KaarenMeyerStowe High School413 Barrows RoadStoweVT05672kaaren.meyer@stoweschools.comLamoille South Supervisory Union802-253-7229YesJeff Maher802-253-7229jeff.maher@stoweschools.comIn an age when superlatives have been debased by casual use and questionable quality expectations, Kaaren Meyer meets a more traditional standard: she is truly outstanding, exceptional, and superb. She is a consummate professional who excels in the classroom, around her school, in our district and supervisory union, and, for our profession at-large. A master of her content, innovative and technology-literate practitioner of her craft, and builder of deep relationships with her students, Kaaren Meyer is the personification of all that we want in a teacher. Ms.Tracy Wrendtracyw@lamoillesouthsu.org46 Cople AvenueMorrisvilleVT05661Mrs.C. Cameron Page2197 Brownsville RoadStoweVT05672Mr.Jeff Maherjeff.maher@stoweschools.com413 Barrows RoadStoweVT05672802-253-72292013-08-02 09:13:03
317Mr.JimPaigePeoples Academy Middle Level202 Copley AvenueMorrisvilleVT05661jim.paige@morrisville.orgLamoille South Supervisory Union802-888-1401YesKaren Weeks802-888-1401karen.weeks@morrisville.orgJim Paige is a middle grades math teacher whose interactive, discovery based math classes challenge and engage all students. Originally trained as an engineer, Jim came to the field of teaching as a second career. Since his initial training, Jim has worked tirelessly to refine his practice. His ability to reflect upon feedback from his peers, coaches, and students and an impressive internal drive for mastery make him a model learner who displays excellent professional knowledge. The performance data for students in Jim’s classroom is impressive; students reflect upon Jim’s classroom as the place where math finally made sense.Ms.Tracy Wrendtracyw@lamoillesouthsu.org46 Copley AvenueMorrisvilleVT05661Mr.Jeffrey Ciochetto21 Stone StreetMorrisvilleVT05661Mrs.Karen Weekskaren.weeks@morrisville.org802-888-14012013-07-30 12:02:35
367Mr.MichaelCoyleHarwood Union High SchoolBox 458 VT RT 100MoretownVT05660coylem@harwood.orgWashington West Supervisory Union802-882-1142NoAmy Rex802-882-1101rexa@harwood.orgMichael is a high school science teacher whose contributions to the ninth grade community model were instrumental to its success in year one. Across multiple settings, Michael models the importance of ‘rigor, relationships and relevance’ for teaching and learning. He sets clear goals and then provides structures to ensure that all students can meet them. He is fair and consistent in designing high expectations for a learning climate characterized by self-efficacy, respect for self and others, and a celebration of learning. He understands the complexity of each child's personal situation and makes an effort to develop relationships to foster engagement. Mrs.Brigid Scheffertbscheffert@wwsu.org340 Mad River Park Suite 7WaitsfieldVT05673Mrs.Deborah Hunter2107 Common RoadMoretownVT05660Ms.Amy Rexrexa@harwood.org802-882-11422013-07-24 10:53:20
316Mrs.DianeLepikkoLamoille Union Middle School736 VT RT 15 WestHyde ParkVT05655dlepikko@luhs18.orgLamoille North Supervisory Union802-851-1306NoLiz Gates802-851-1306lgates@luhs18.orgDiane is a strong leader and model teacher. Diane is recognized as an outstanding advocate for both students and teachers. We are thankful every day for her skills and expertise in areas that most of us would shy away from. It is not uncommon to find Diane meeting with a student or group of students during her lunch time. That's Diane, going the extra mile.Mr.Joe Ciccolojciccolo@lnsu.org95 Cricket Hill RoadHyde ParkVT05655Mr.David Whitcomb210 White RoadEdenVT05652Mrs.Wendy Saverywsavery@luhs18.org736 VT RT 15 WestHyde ParkVT05655802-851-13082013-07-25 14:23:08
394Mr.MarcLuneauGreen Mountain Technology and Career Center738 Rt 15 WestHyde ParkVT05655mluneau@gmtcc.netGreen Mountain Technology and Career Center8028511572NoJoe Teegarden8028511520jteegarden@gmtcc.netMarc Luneau has built one of the finest educational experiences that any student could hope for in the forestry industry. He doggedly works to give all students the highest quality experience and instills in all of them the drive to reach the highest levels of excellence. His ability to build relationships and provide relevant and rigorous instruction has been instrumental in changing the attitudes of the community about technical education and what it can do for many students. He, simply, is a marvelous educator.Mr.Joseph Ciccolojciccolo@lnsu.org95 Cricket Hill RoadHyde ParkVT05655Mr.David Whitcomb95 Cricket Hill RoadHyde ParkVT05655Mr.Joseph Teegardenjteegarden@gmtcc.net80285115722013-08-05 14:45:45
315Mrs.DawnElliottEden Central School 140 Knowles Flat RoadBox 29Eden VT05652delliott@edenschool.netLamoille North Supervisory Union8026356630NoJeff Lindgren8026356630jlindgren@edenschool.netDawn Elliott has taught fourth grade at the Eden Central School for the last nine years. She helped to pilot co-teaching with a special educator for the the Vermont Department of Education, wrote a Community Foundation Grant to attend a two week workshop in Barcelona, Spain, has integrated a 1:1 Chromebooks initiative in her classroom and is recognized by her peers and other educators throughout the area as an incredibly gifted teacher. Dawn's enthusiasm and passion for teaching is reflected upon the accomplishments of her students challenging them each day with her high expectations both academically and behaviorally. Mr.Joe Ciccolojciccolo@lnsu.org95 Cricket Hill RoadHyde ParkVT05655Mrs.Amy Fitzgerald Wescomb RoadEdenVt05652Mr.Jeffrey Lindgrenjlindgren@edenschool.netBox 29, 140 Knowles Flat RoadEdenVT0565280263566302013-07-25 11:06:06
270Ms.StaciMcDougallBarre Town Middle and Elementary School70 Websterville RdBarreVT05641smcdobte@u61.netBarre Supervisory Union802.476.6702NoJulia Pritchard, Director of Special Education802.476.6702jpritbte@u61.netStaci McDougall is a special education teacher serving elementary and middle school children, primarily children with intensive needs. Staci is highly knowledgeable in the areas of supporting students with autism, effective use of technology, and behavior intervention strategies. Her instruction is engaging to students. It is evident in her interactions how much she genuinely enjoys all of the children she works with. The standards for academic achievement are high in Staci's classroom, and she diligently monitors student progress. Staci happily consults with all teachers and staff in our school. Dr.John Baconjbacobsu@u61.net120 Ayers StBarreVT05641Ms.Brenda Buzzell170 Middle RdSouth BarreVT05670Ms.Jennifer Nyejnyebte@u61.net802.476.66172013-05-31 15:57:04
271Ms.KatieSedoreSpaulding High School155 Ayers StreetBarreVT05641ksedoshs@u61.netBarre Supervisory Union802-477-7999NoElizabeth Bicknell802-476-4811ebickshs@u61.netKatie Sedore is a teacher of distinction. She is always professional, committed, hard working, and cares deeply about her students. She is kind, considerate, and firm - not a balance everyone can achieve. Although she works with some of our most challenging students, they adore her. Her coworkers appreciate her competence, congeniality and her ever present smile. Her knowledge and understanding of students seems beyond her 8 years of service. Her additional commitments to Homework Club, Educational Support Team, Granite Academy, NEASC and Midnight Mountain Transition are essential components in both our student and school wide success. Dr.John Baconjbacobsu@u61.net120 Ayers StreetBarreVT05641Mrs.Norma Malone292 Phelphs RoadBarreVT05641Mr.Thomas Sedoretsedoshs@u61.net802-476-4811 x 11122013-05-31 09:38:18
321Mr.MichaelBaginskiMain Street Middle School170 Main StreetMontpelierVT05602mikeb@mpsvt.orgMontpelier School District802-223-3404YesLinda Goodell802-223-3404lindag@mpsvt.orgWhen one walks into room 3 of Main Street Middle School, they are immediately captivated by the bright, colorful, engaging materials that tickle the brain into wanting to learn. The environment encourages both personal and academic growth and learning. Mike has worked extremely hard over the past several years to expand his repertoire of instructional strategies to better meet the needs of today’s learners. As one colleague stated, “Mike is always looking for ways to improve his teaching. It is refreshing to see a veteran teacher acknowledge that things can always be better and he can still learn about teaching.” Dr.Brian G. Riccabrian@mpsvt.org5 High School Drive - Unit 1MontpelierVT05602Mrs.Sue Aldrich6 Richardson StreetMontpelier VT05602Mrs.Pamela Arnoldpama@mpsvt.org802-223-34042013-08-01 10:20:40
322Ms.KatherineChabotMontpelier High School5 High School DriveMontpelierVT05602katyc@mpsvt.orgMontpelier School District802-225-8000YesValerie Belanger802-225-8000valerie@mpsvt.orgPowerful teachers teeter on a difficult balance. Can she challenge students while maintaining compassion and understanding? Can she engage students in content but dedicate herself to the teaching of life long skill? Can she see the individual while thinking about all kids? In one year of service to the students of Montpelier High School, Katy Chabot has distinguished herself as just such a teacher. To observe one of Katy’s Biology classes is to see lessons that inspire engagement and curiosity. Students experience science while enjoying a classroom community that is playful, positive, and focused. We thank Katy for her all of her efforts.Dr.Brian G. Riccabrian@mpsvt.org5 High School Drive - Unit 1MontpelierVT05602Mrs.Sue Aldrich6 Richardson StreetMontpelier VT05602Mr.Adam Buntingadamb@mpsvt.org802-225-80002013-08-01 10:27:51
360Ms.Cynthia GauthierBerlin Elementary School372 Paine Turnpike NorthBerlinVT05602cgauthier@u32.orgWashington Central Supervisory Union802-223-2796YesChris Dodge802-223-2796cdodge@u32.orgCynthia Gauthier has taught at the Berlin Elementary School for 30 years. She has held various classroom teacher and specialized assignments, including several years as a kindergarten teacher. For the past three years she served as the school's Mathematics Teacher Leader, serving all students and teachers PK through grade six. She is a 2013 graduate of UVM's Vermont Mathematics Initiative, an intensive program supporting rigorous math learning and teaching. Cindy is currently teaching fifth and sixth grade and leading a major garden project at Berlin for which she wrote and received a $16,000 grant. She is inspired by the many ways mathematics and wellness can be taught through gardening.Mr.William Kimbalbkimball@u32.org1130 Gallison Hill RoadMontpelierVT05602Ms.Vera Frazier1532 Hill Street ExtensionBerlinVT05602Mr.Chris Dodge2013-07-09 09:36:05
361Mr.BodoCareyU-32930 Gallison Hill RdMontpelierVT05602bcarey@u32.orgWashington Central Supervisory UnionFitchYesLesely802-229-0321lfitch@u32.orgBodo Carey is beginning his 24th year as a science teacher in U-32's middle school. Bo has been a recognized leader of the middle school faculty serving as a team leader for many years and as a department head for the past four years. Bo's ability to connect with young adolescent students is an inspiration to other teachers in our school. He manages to establish high standards and expectations while making the learning of science fun. Bo demonstrates daily the best attributes of an experienced and accomplished teacher.Mr.William Kimballbkimball@u32.org1130 Gallison Hill RdMontpelierVT05602Ms.Adrienne Magida632 Center RdMiddlesexVT05602Mr.Keith Gerrittkgerritt@u32.org802-229-0321 x 51272013-07-31 10:20:41
290Mrs.KimRodliffAllen Brook School497 Talcott RoadWillistonVT05495krodliff@cssu.orgChittenden South Supervisory Union802-871-6202NoJohn TErko802-878-2762jterko@cssu.orgIt is an honor to recognize an outstanding teacher as you all know there are many. Kim Rodliff is what I consider an "exemplar" of this profession. Kim is knowledgeable about the standards as she continually acquires new learning and then puts this learning into practice. Kim works hard at improving the quality of education and life for each of her 1st and 2nd graders. Using data on a regular basis, Kim adjusts her curriculum and practice in order to improved student learning. Kim is a leader as is demonstrated in her colleagueship. She is on the District Leadership Team and a leader in Literacy. Kim Has been at Allen Brook for 7 years and teaches grades 1 and 2.Mrs.Elaine Pinckneyepinckney@cssu.org5420 Shelburne Road Suite 300ShelburneVT05482Mr.Kevin Mara91 Horseshoe DriveWillistonVT05495Mr.John Terkojterko@cssu.org497 Talcott RoadWillistonVT05495802-871-62022013-08-01 09:06:30
265Mr.MatthewDeBloisVergennes Union H igh School50 Monkton RoadVergennesVT05491mdeblois@anwsu.orgAddison Northwest Supervisory Union802-877-2858NoEd Webbley802-877-2938ewebbley@anwsu.orgMatt is patient, kind, humorous and keenly intelligent. He demonstrates the perfect combination of humor and sensitivity and always goes the extra mile for his students, not just in French, but in Morning Meeting, or Call-Back. His humor is contagious and always cheers you up when you’re down. Matt challenges his students academically; he supports them and never gives up on them. Matt is always there to give thoughtful, intelligent, and honest advice to colleagues. He cares deeply about his students and VUHS as an institution. He has displayed outstanding leadership as a teacher and has put the student front-and-center of everything we do as a school. Mr.Thomas O'Brientobrien@anwsu.org48 Green Street, Suite 1VergennesVT05491Mr.Don Jochum689 Grandey RoadAddisonVT05491Mr.Ed Webbleyewebbley@anwsu.org802-877-28582013-07-08 15:21:52
266Mrs.JenniferKingsleyVergennes Union Elementary School43 East StreetVergennesVT05491jkingsley@anwsu.orgAddison Northwest Supervisory Union802-877-3761NoJune Sargent802-877-3761jsargent@anwsu.orgJennifer Kingsley has received the nomination for the UVM Outstanding Teacher of the Year for Vergennes Union Elementary School. She is a valuable member of our school community and one who always demonstrates a positive attitude and willingness to assist others. She willingly shares her expertise about ways to incorporate technology into her instruction. This included providing an afterschool training session for her colleagues this year where she showed great examples of how she was using the SMARTboard in her classroom instruction, both in materials she had created as well as resources already available through SMARTboard lessons. Teachers always learn best from their peers especially when provided practical examples and the chance to ask questions immediately as they come to mind. Mrs. Kingsley’s willingness to be flexible in her presentation and allow this to happen was truly beneficial for the other teachers, who also did many follow-ups with her throughout the year as refreshers were needed. Mrs. Kingsley is also an original member of the PBIS team at VUES and faithfully implements those concepts as well as Responsive Classroom strategies. Mrs. Kingsley’s nomination comes as results of her willingness to strive to always improve her classroom management system, her daily instruction, and her monitoring of student progress, as well as to embrace new professional learning. Her spirit of colleagueship and genuine efforts to make VUES a wonderful environment are appreciated by all. Mr.Thomas O'Brientobrien@anwsu.org48 Green Street, Suite 1VergennesVT05491Mrs.Tara Brooks11 Third StreetVergennesVT05491Mrs.June Sargentjsargent@anwsu.org43 East StreetVergennesVT05491802-877-37612013-07-08 15:27:23
305Mr.NathanPooreMissisquoi Valley Union Middle/High School100 Thunderbird DriveSwantonVT05488npoore@fnwsu.orgFranklin Northwest Supervisory Union802-868-7311 ext 114YesJay Hartman802-868-7311jhartman@fnwsu.orgWe are proud to nominate Nathan Poore for the UVM Outstanding Teacher program. He has been an excellent member of our science department since joining MVU in the fall of 2002. In 2005 he earned a Masters in Education from the University of Vermont. As a classroom instructor Nathan has worked with a wide range of students and has demonstrated the ability to work with and support them all, regardless of their needs. His lessons and his classroom are well organized and students in his classes have many opportunities to engage in a variety of well planned and positive units and activities. We encourage you to give this nomination careful consideration.Dr.Jack McCarthyjmccarthy@fnwsu.org100 Robin Hood DriveSwantonVT05488Mr.Denis Boucher2261 Gore RoadHighgate CenterVT05459Mr.Dennis Hilldhill@fnwsu.org802-868-7311 ext 1252013-07-25 09:05:44
309Mr.David McDermottFolsom School75 South StreetSouth HeroVT05486Davmcde@gisu.orgGrand Isle Supervisory Union8023726600YesJenny Perry8029283231jenperr@gisu.orgDave has jumped into his new position at Folsom with both feet. He is a life-long learner who furthers his professional knowledge about math and science and accepts all challenges. Dave’s first year at Folsom included his debut as King Triton in the Little Mermaid. He has a great way of interacting with middle school students and gets them to work hard for him. He makes the learning hands-on, differentiated and fun! Dave collaborates with his peers in GISU by serving on the Science Council and sharing his knowledge with others. He has embraced the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards and is a new member of the VT Math Institute. Mr.Robert Phillips5038 Route 2North HeroVT05474Mr.Michael Bishop342 South StreetSouth HeroVT05486Mrs.Jenny Perryjenperr@gisu.org75 South StreetSouth HeroVT0546380237266002013-07-29 13:13:16
304Ms.JenniferChildressSheldon Elementary School78 Poor Farm RoadSheldonVe05483jchildress@fnwsu.orgFranklin Northwest Supervisory Union8029334909NoLinda Keating8029334909lkeating@fnwsu.orgJenn Childress is a highly effective literacy teacher. In the seven years she has worked at Sheldon Elementary, she has improved learning and the quality of teaching. Her interests in mountain biking, yoga, snowboarding, playing guitar, and the outdoors, have helped her to make connections with students that are often hard to reach. Through her enthusiasm and sheer determination, she finds out what each student likes and matches learning to interests. As we monitor our struggling students’ progress, we have seen many of the students Jenn has worked with significantly improve over the years. Dr.Jack McCarthyjmccarthy@fnwsu.orgRobing Hood DriveSwantonVT05488Mr.Jason McConnell78 Poor Farm RoadSheldonVe05483Linda Keatinglkeating@fnwsu.org78 Poor Farm RoadSheldonVe05483933-4909 ext. 172013-08-07 15:31:35
300Ms.AllisonDeanSt. Albans City School29 Bellows StreetSt. AlbansVT05478deana@fcsuvt.orgFranklin Central Supervisory Union802-527-0565, Ext. 1004NoCaroline Fitzgerald802-527-0565carolinef@fcsuvt.orgSt. Albans City School recommends Allison Dean. Allison exemplifies the learning, professional knowledge, advocacy, colleague-ship, and accountability characteristics of an outstanding teacher. When our school restructured four years ago into multi-year teams with content area specialists, Allison was a math coach. She requested to go back into the classroom to implement the new design. Allison is a true leader who consistently creates a sense of high expectations for children, and students and parents respond. Allison is a passionate, powerful, highly experienced teacher, always involved when needed, bringing both her experience and her passion for learning, for students, and for results.Ms.Julie Regimbaljregimbal@fcsuvt.org28 Catherine StreetSt. AlbansVT05478Mr.James Farr15 Smith StreetSt. AlbansVT05478Ms.Joan Cavallocavalloj@fcsuvt.org802-527-0565, Ext. 10002013-07-31 14:23:29
301Mr.DonaldTinneyBellows Free Academy UHSD#4871 South Main StreetSt. AlbansVT05478dtinney@fcsuvt.orgFranklin Central Supervisory Union802-527-6400YesShirley Raymond802-527-6555sbraymond@fcsuvt.orgBellows Free Academy-St. Albans recommends Donald Tinney. A remarkable teacher who understands his teacher/mentor role, Don challenges students to question mass media representations of gender and to see through depictions of male strength as violence. Through class discussion and writing prompts, Don supports our seniors in critical reflection, making connections between social issues and personal experiences. He establishes clear and effective routines, creating a safe and caring classroom community, promoting class discussion, and genuinely valuing each individual student. Don nurtures students as they complete the last critical chapter in their process of becoming the people they want to be.Ms.Julie Regimbaljregimbal@fcsuvt.org28 Catherine StreetSt. AlbansVT05478Ms.Nilda Gonnella-French10 High StreetSt. AlbansVT05478Mr.Chris Moscacmosca@fcsuvt.org802-527-64022013-07-31 14:42:02
308Mrs.Cynthia LittleGeorgia Elementary & Middle School4416 Ethan Allen HighwaySt. AlbansVT05478clittle@fwsu.orgFranklin West Supervisory Union802-524-6358YesAleta Burns802-524-6358aburns@fwsu.orgCindy Little has been working at the Georgia Elementary & Middle School for 27 years. During that time of service she has been a true advocate for every student and their families, as well as members of our learning community at school. As the school guidance counselor, she consistently emerges herself in serving everyone and works tirelessly to be certain all children are well cared for and educated. She is admired and well respected by families, children, and her colleagues within the field of education and child care services.Mr.Ned Kirschnkirsch@fwsu.org4497 Highbridge RoadFairfaxVT05454Mr.Carl Laroe775 Georgia Shore RoadSt. AlbansVT05478Mr.Stephen A. Emerysemery@fwsu.org802-524-63582013-07-30 14:30:31
399Ms.MaryHabeckerNorthwest Technical Center71 South Main StreetSt. AlbansVT05478mhabecker@fcsuvt.orgNorthwest Technical Center802-527-6517NoMary Anne Langlois802-527-6517mlanglois@fcsuvt.orgMary Habecker is a true professional who inspires her students with laughter, truth, and excellent role modeling. She is well respected by her students and her colleagues. Mary is always looking for ways to improve her teaching from using the latest technology and strategies to collaborating with her colleagues. She never tires of brightening her students’ day with her wit and humor. She is knowledgeable, encouraging, motivating, and inspiring. Mary is a rare person in the field of education. She is an asset to the Northwest Technical Center, who most certainly gives more than she receives from her community.Ms.Julie Regimbaljregimbal@fcsuvt.org28 Catherine StreetSt. AlbansVT05478Ms.Nilda Gonnella-French10 High StreetSt. AlbansVT05478Ms.Leeann Wrightlwright@fcsuvt.org802-527-65102013-07-31 14:51:40
302Mr.AndrewHathawayRichford Jr-Sr High School1 Corliss HeightsRichfordVT05476ahathaway@richfordk12.netFranklin Northeast Supervisory Union802-848-7416YesDavid Perrigo802-848-7416dperrigo@richfordk12.netAndrew Hathaway is all about Ideas. Former students describe him as an important influence in their development as lifelong learners and their desire to fulfill his high expectations for critical thinking skills, and clarity and focus in their writing. He is able to instill confidence in his students, which propels them to be able to aim higher and achieve more. He respects every student as an individual, one with the potential for unique thoughts, ideas and perspectives worth considering. He ensures that everyone learns by providing an opportunity for creativity and challenges for all. He is truly an inspiration to students and faculty alike.Mr.Jay Nicholsjnichols@fnesu.netP.O. Box 130, 80 Main StreetRichfordVT05476Mr.Hibbard Doe242 Guilmette RoadRichfordVT05476Mr.David Perrigodperrigo@richfordk12.net802-848-74162013-07-12 11:34:27
303Ms.AlisonBancroftRichford Elementary1 Elementary School RoadRichfordVT05476abancroft@richfordk12.netFranklin Northeast Supervisory Union802-848-7453NoDoug Kussius802-848-7453dkussius@richfordk12.netIn only her second year as a teacher, Alison has made a reputation for herself as an outstandingly effective teacher. Using a strong skill set and sheer determination, she has produced amazing student learning outcomes with her kindergarten students who leave her class being able to read and with strong number sense. A clear example of her range and impact is in her work as a tutor. Two students she tutors have made outstanding gains - having each made 2 years’ growth in the 4 months that she has been working with them. Alison is an exceptional teacher, colleague, learner, and person. Mr.Jay Nicholsjnichols@fnesu.netP.O. Box 130, 80 Main StreetRichfordVT05476Mr.Hibbard Doe242 Guilmette RoadRichfordVT05476Mr.Doug Kussius2013-07-12 11:38:29
319Ms.StephanieHurleyMilton Elementary School42 Herrick AvenueMiltonVT05468shurley@mtsd-vt.orgMilton Town School District893-3215YesJoanne Pfaff802-893-3215jpfaff@mtsd-vt.orgStephanie has been an incredible asset to our district and proudly serves our students and teachers in multiple facets. Her advocacy for students is unparalleled. Her compassion and concern for each student shines through in how she takes time to listen to every child. Not only does Stephanie advocate for her third and fourth graders, but she also served as a coach to both high school girls’ soccer and softball. Stephanie has her Master’s Degree with a focus in mathematics and serves as a Curriculum Teacher Leader in math. She has also been a Science Resource Teacher for third and fourth grade. She sees learning as an ongoing process and challenges herself to expand her knowledge base.Dr.John Baronejbarone@mtsd-vt.org42 Herrick AvenueMiltonVT05468Mr.Doug Stout39 Sheldon RoadMiltonVT05468Ms.Mary Jane Stinsonmstinson@mtsd-vt.org802-893-32152013-08-02 10:32:01
320Mr.PeterWyndorfMilton High School17 Rebecca Lander DrMiltonVt05468pwyndorf@mtsd-vt.orgMilton Town School District802-893-3230YesAnne Blake802-893-3230ablake@mtsd-vt.orgPeter Wyndorf is a first year high school social studies/media production teacher after teaching humanities at Milton Middle School for three years. He is an innovator in education who inspires students to be active in their own learning and is generous in sharing all he knows with his colleagues. He has the ability to create authentic student-centered lessons that push students to collaborate, learn, and grow as citizens. He is a motivated educator who is constantly re-evaluating his teaching methods and preparing his students to be 21st century learners. Dr.John Baronejbarone@mtsd-vt.org42 Herrick AveMiltonVt05468Mr.Doug Stout42 Herrick AveMiltonVt05468Ms.Anne Blake2013-08-02 14:46:19
287Ms.KristenBarkerMt. Mansfield Union High School211 Browns TraceJerichoVe05465kristen.barker@cesuvtChittenden East Supervisory Union802 899 4690YesMichelle Prim802-899 4690michelle.prim@cesuvt.orgIn her fifteenth year as a school counselor, Kristin Barker continues to provide inspirational leadership for her department and serve families, students and our community. Her ability to continually seek the best ways to meet the needs of each individual learner and inspire her colleagues She has managed school climate and structural organization to assure the high school is aligning with 21st century skills. She creatively solve complex social, emotional and academic concerns and is an asset to the profession and our entire student, school and family community. Mr.John Alberghinijohn.Alberghini@cesuvt.org211 Bridge StreetRIchmondvt05477Ms.Judith JonesPO Box 203UnderhillVT05489Mr.Mike Weston2013-08-19 08:49:40
310Ms.ColleenCobbIsle La Motte42 School Street Ext.Isle La MotteVT05463colcobb@gisu.orgGrand Isle Supervisory Union802-928-3231YesEdorah Rubin802-928-3231edorubi@gisu.orgColleen Cobb is a dynamic, creative and fun-loving teacher who leads a burgeoning preschool program in ILM. Her room abounds with joy and inquiry, and everyone in the school is drawn to the positive learning environment she creates. Colleen's curriculum ranges from the Great Masters in art history, to space travel, to science experiments indoors and outdoor nature exploration throughout the seasons. The board recognized the success of our preschool program by expanding the program to include 3 year olds and then adding a day per week to the program. Colleen holds degrees in early childhood, special education, and psychology, and actively draws on all three in serving her students.Mr.Robert Phillipsrobphil@gisu.org5038 US Route 2North HeroVT05474Mr.Kris Luce320 New RoadIsle La MotteVT05463Ms.Edorah Rubin2013-07-29 13:53:25
289Mrs.SarahCrumChamplain Valley Union High School369 CVU RoadHinesburgVT05461scrum@cvuhs.orgChittenden South Supervisory Union802-482-7164NoAnna Couperthwait802-482-7100acouperthwait@cvuhs.orgSarah is incredibly dedicated to her position as special educator at CVU. A strong belief in inclusion guides her work, along with a keen understanding of relationships, curriculum and standards. Sarah’s training and experience in advanced assessment and instruction of students with learning disabilities has helped shape the special education department at CVU. She continually strives to learn all that she can about how best to serve students with special needs and she is a role model to her peers as well as a great source of support to students and families. Sarah’s calm and professional demeanor, along with her creative approach to challenging situations, make her an invaluable asset to the faculty at CVU. Mrs.Elaine Pinckneyepinckney@cssu.org5420 Shelburne Road, Suite 300ShelburneVT05482Mr.David Rathc/o CSSU, 5420 Shelburne Road, Suite 300ShelburneVT05482Mr.Jeff Evansjevans@cvuhs.org802-482-71112013-07-08 15:09:16
307Mrs.MelindaCarpenterBFA Fairfax Middle School75 Hunt St.FairfaxVT05454mcarpenter@fwsu.orgFranklin West Supervisory Union849-6711NoThomas Walsh849-6711twalsh@fwsu.orgMelinda Carpenter is an amazing student centered educator and advocate for all students. She has taught both 5th grade and 6th grade Language Arts and coaches Girls Varsity Basketball and Cross Country Running. Melinda consistently demonstrates qualities such as hard work, life long learning, service to others, compassion, tenacity, and curiosity for her students. Mr.Ned Kirschnkirsch@fwsu.org4497 High Bridge Rd. FairfaxVT05454Mrs.Elaine Carpenter75 Hunt St.FairfaxVT05454Mr.Thomas Walshtwalsh@fwsu.org849-22222013-07-29 13:32:52
285Mrs.KristeenEliasonHiawatha Elementary School34 Hiawatha AvenueEssex JunctionVT05452keliason@ccsuvt.orgChittenden Central Supervisory Union8028781384YesThomas Bochanski8028781384tbochanski@ccusvt.orgKristeen Eliason is our speech and language pathologist at Hiawatha School. Her advocacy, colleagueship, professional knowledge, accountability, and learning expertise are unparalleled as a teacher. Kristeen’s care and dedication to the children in our learning community serve as a role model for us all. Kristeen places a remarkable amount of time and effort into designing the most meaningful learning opportunities for children. Kristeen places an emphasis on approaching the whole child in framing instruction and assessment. Kristeen uses the most contemporary understanding in education to support children. Mostly, it is Kristeen’s unyielding love for her students that drives her work.Ms.Judy Denovajdenova@ccsuvt.org51 Park StreetEssex JunctionVt05452Mrs.Charlee Day51 Park StreetEssex JunctionVT05452Mr.Thomas Bochanskitbochanski@ccsuvt.org80287813842013-07-18 11:26:47
286Ms.ColleenBirnerEssex High School2 Educational DriveEssex JunctionVT05452cbirner@ccsuvt.orgChittenden Central Supervisory Union802-879-5505NoLouise Strong(802) 879-7121lstrong@ccsuvt.orgColleen embodies the spirit of the life-long learner. For the past two years she has been the curriculum content teacher leader for the world language department. Colleen has studied and learned to meet the challenges of the modern teacher who is grappling with the integration of content, technology and high school transformation. She has attended several training sessions and regional conferences to improve her knowledge and ability as curriculum coordinator. Colleen has done a wonderful job guiding us forward toward e-portfolios, proficiency based learning, as well as simple self-evaluation and reflection.Ms.Judith DeNovajdenova@ccsuvt.org51 Park StreetEssex JunctionVT05452Mr.Jack Behlendorf51 Park StreetEssex JunctionVT05452Mr.Rob Reardonrreardon@ccsuvt.org802-879-55002013-07-31 11:41:05
298Ms.KatieRoseEssex Middle School60 Founders RoadEssex Jct.VT05452krose@etsd.orgEssex Town School District879-7173NoKevin Briggs879-7173kbriggs@etsd.orgKatie Rose was selected as Teacher of the Year at Essex Middle School for all she does for her students and her colleagues. Katie is a dedicated educator who creates units of study that are engaging, challenging, and significant to her students' learning. Katie is constantly developing new avenues to extend her students' reading and writing skills through new literature and technology based lessons. She is a member of the District's Social Studies Committee, which worked to write a comprehensive and relevant new curriculum. Katie has represented her colleagues for years as President of the EEA and has supported teachers and staff at the three schools without hesitation. Mr.Mark Andrewsmandrews@etsd.org58 Founders RoadEssex Jct.VT05452Mr.Brendan Kinney58 Founders RoadEssex Jct.VT05452Mr.Kevin Briggs2013-06-19 11:00:33
299Ms.JenkySnedekerEssex Elementary School1 Bixby Hill RoadEssex Jct.VT05452jsnedeker@etsd.orgEssex Town School District878-2584NoPeter Farrell878-2584pfarrell@etsd.orgJenky Snedeker was selected as Essex Elementary School Teacher of the Year. She is an active participant in District committee work, particularly on the Teacher Evaluation System. Jenky is open to feedback concerning her practice and looks for ways to expand her knowledge and increase her teaching skills. She strives to connect with students, engaging them in learning and building strong relationships with them. Jenky has often attended community events that her students are participating in such as sporting events and recitals. She is a quiet mentor to many children, anonymously buying clothing for students when needed. Mr.Mark Andrewsmandrews@etsd.org58 Founders RoadEssex Jct.VT05452Mr.Brendan Kinney58 Founders RoadEssex Jct.VT05452Mr.Peter Farrell2013-06-19 11:57:14
393Mr.MattCroninThe Center for Technology, Essex2 Educational Drive Suite CTEEssex JunctionVT05452mcronin@ccsuvt.orgCenter for Technology, Essex802-857-7000 ext. 1343NoKim Connelly802-879-5558kconnelly@ccsuvt.orgMatt has been the Computer Animation and Web Site Design teacher at CTE since 2001 when he was hired as the program's first teacher.Matt is an incredibly talented teacher in a content area that continually changes. He works tirelessly to remain current in his field. This preparation is evident. There is never a wasted moment or a disengaged student to be found in his classroom. When you enter his classroom you can feel the calm excitement of engaged learners.Every morning students wait outside his classroom before Matt arrives and must be encouraged to leave at the end of the day. Matt is exactly the kind of dynamic young teacher our system should honor.Ms.Judith DeNovajdenova@ccsuvt.org51 Park St.Essex JunctionVT05452Mr.Jack Behlendorf51 Park St.Essex JunctionVT05452Mr.Robert Traversbtravers@ccsuvt.org802-879-55612013-07-18 12:13:31
263Ms.MaryStetsonMt. Abraham Middle/High School220 Airport StBristolVT05443mstetson@anesu.orgAddison Northeast Supervisory Union802-453-3657 x 20YesKaren Wheeler802-453-2333kwheeler@anesu.orgMary Stetson has been a staff member at Mt. Abraham since the 1981 - 1982 academic year. In that time she has been a physical education instructor, department coordinator, teacher leader and co-athletic director. Mary is a professional in the truest sense. After more than 30 years of working in the district, she still has as much energy as the students she teaches. She strives to improve the quality of instruction for all students and is willing to try new ideas that allow students to take a greater ownership of their education. Mary continues to play an integral part in the lives of the students from our five towns. Mr.David Adamsdadams@anesu.org72 Munsill Ave, Suite 601BristolVT05443Mr.Lanny Smith547 North StNew HavenVT05472Mr.Andy Kepesakepes@anesu.org2013-07-29 14:57:02
264Ms.Dorothy S. (Sandy)HaddockBristol Elementary School57 Mountain StBristolVT05443shaddock@anesu.orgAddison Northeast Supervisory Union802-453-3657 x 20YesKaren Wheeler8024533227kwheeler@anesu.orgSandy Haddock is a dedicated and professional educator who works tirelessly to engage her students in learning every single moment of every single day. She is hands-on and collaborative, constantly seeking new and innovative ways to motivate children. When visiting Sandy's classroom, you are sure to see science experiments around the room, students using I-Pads to practice skills or create a project. Her skilled, deliberate work to support her youngsters to be respectful with each other in collaborative activities, during class meetings and activities is nothing short of masterful. On her multi-age team, Sandy is a mentor to her teammates.Mr.David Adamsdadams@anesu.org72 Munsill Ave, Suite 601BristolVT05443Mr.Steve Barsalou374 Lower Notch RdBristolVT05443Mrs.Sandy Jumpsjump@anesu.org2013-07-29 15:32:29
279Mr.EdwardOwensBurlington High School52 Institute RoadBurlingtonVT05408eowens@bsdvt.orgBurlington School District802-864-8411NoClaire Bushnell802-864-8411cbushnel@bsdvt.orgEd Owens is an outstanding music educator who creates a love of the arts at Burlington High School. Leading the concert band, the symphonic orchestra and jazz ensembles, Ed communicates with warmth and humor in connecting with our diverse student body. He dedicates time outside the classroom to add pep and spirit to the school and support student dreams and skills in performing, whether on the basketball court or playing on Church Street. Ed is an inspirational example for others, believing in the power of every student to find meaning in what and how they learn. Ms.Jeanne Collinsjcollins@bsdvt.org150 Colchester AvenueBurlingtonVT05401Mr.Alan Matson150 Colchester AvenueBurlington VT05401Ms.Amy Mellencampamellenc@bsdvt.org802-864-84112013-07-02 12:52:37
391Mrs.LindaRandallBurlington Technical Center52 Institute Rd.BurlingtonVT05408lrandall@bsdvt.orgBurlington Technical Center864-8426YesMark Aliquo802-864-8426maliquo@bsdvt.orgLinda Randall is in her 14th year as a Human Services Teacher at the Burlington Technical Center. She is an active and positive presence with her students and among her peers. Her activities beyond the classroom have included: local SkillsUSA advisor; State SkillsUSA organizer; and BTC Wellness Coordinator. She has joined the District Equity Council to promote a safe and welcoming learning environment for a highly diverse student body within the Burlington School District. Although she is known as an active, contributing professional, she is known best for her consistently calm and friendly demeanor under all conditions.Ms.Jeanne Collinsjcollins@bsdvt.org150 Colchester AveBurlingtonVT05401Mr.Alan Matson792 South Prospect StreetBurlingtonVT05401Dr.Mark Aliquomaliquo@bsdvt.org864-84262013-08-02 09:48:05
388Ms.SuzanneMessierWinooski Middle/High School80 Normand St.WinooskiVT05404smessier@wsdschools.orgWinooski School District(802) 655-3530NoLeon Wheeler(802) 655-3530lwheeler@wsdschools.orgCaring, polite, and tireless in her service to students, staff, and the school community as a whole, WM/HS Teacher of the Year Sue Messier is a highly respected educator. Her classes support wholistic growth and are highly engaging. Both middle and high school students genuinely like her and want to be in her classes. She is a team player, serving the community in various capacities including coaching, mentoring, and working on several committees and the leadership team. She models a mindset of continual growth, striving to improve her instruction and enhance learning for all her students. Thank you, Sue Messier.Mr.Sean McMannonsmcmannon @wsdschools.org60 Normand St.WinooskiVT05404Mr.Michael Decarreau18 Florida Ave.WinooskiVT05404Mr.Leon 655-35302013-06-19 08:16:15
389Mrs.KristenBrownJohn F. Kennedy Elementary70 Normand St.WinooskiVT05404kbrown@wsdschools.orgWinooski School District(802) 655-0411YesMary O'Rourke(802) 655-0411morourke@wsdschools.orgKristen teaches at the JFK Alternative Program. She teaches grades K-5. Kristen possesses great skill in her work with the most challenging students. She works positively with these students and has made tremendous progress with them. Kristen displays compassion, enthusiasm and skill in her work on a daily basis. Kristen is someone other special educators rely on. She is a dedicated teacher who remains constant and positive in the midst of challenges. Mr.Sean McMannonsmcmannon @wsdschools.org60 Normand St.WinooskiVT05404Mr.Michael Decarreau18 Florida Ave.WinooskiVT05404Ms.Mary O' 655-04112013-06-19 08:49:00
358Mr.GeorgeCannonSouth Burlington High School550 Dorset StreetSouth BurlingtonVT05403pburke@sbschools.netSouth Burlington School District802-652-7252NoDelina Gilroy802-652-7001dgilroy@sbschools.netMr. George Cannon is the SBHS Outstanding Teacher of the Year. There is not space in any program to capture the true essence of George Cannon. Humanities’ heroes have always been individuals who transcended the norms of a group to embody the highest moral virtues shared by the members of that group. There are “Hero Husbands” “Hero Fathers” “Hero Friends” and – Yes – “Hero Teachers.” George Cannon was a rare kind of hero, one who transcended all standards, as a husband, as a father, as a friend and as a teacher. George Cannon was South Burlington’s Super Hero.Mr.David Youngdgilroy@sbschools.net500 Dorset StreetSouth BurlingtonVT05403Ms.Elizabeth Fitzgerald95 Holbrook RoadSouth BurlingtonVT05403Mr.Patrick Burkepburke@sbschools.net550 Dorset StreetSouth BurlingtonVT05403802-652-70012013-07-18 15:52:42
359Ms.AmyFrostmanSouth Burlington Orchard SchoolTwo Baldwin AvenueSouth BurlingtonVT05403afrostman@sbschools.netSouth Burlington School District902-652-7252NoDelina Gilroy802-652-7302dgilroy@sbschools.netAmy Frostman is a music teacher at Orchard School who demonstrates excellent instructional abilities and professional skills that typify an outstanding teacher. Amy is a wonderful teacher dedicated to music education and appreciation. She teaches every day with positive enthusiasm and works to provide learning success for every student. Amy is involved in many aspects of the school community. She coordinates our student-led morning announcements and our weekly All-School Morning Meetings. She has also coordinated our pro-active behavioral program called the Core Project and has worked extensively to listen to the perspective of all faculty members to create a dynamic and well supported program. Our students are fortunate to have such a high-quality music program as well as our school community to have such a strong teacher as Amy Frostman. Mr.David Youngdgilroy@sbschools.net500 Dorset StreetSouth BurlingtonVT05403Ms.Elizabeth Fitzgerald95 Holbrook RoadSouth BurlingtonVT05403Mr.Mark Trifiliomtrifilio@sbschools.netTwo Baldwin AvenueSouth BurlingtonVT05403802-652-73012013-07-18 11:27:36
280Ms.TraceyBellavanceChamplain Elementary800 Pine StreetBurlingtonVT05401tbellava@bsdvt.orgBurlington School District864-8477NoKaren Prouty802.864.8477kprouty@bsdvt.orgTracey Bellavance has taught at Champlain Elementary in both Kindergarten & Second Grade for the past six years. She has shown a profound love of children & families as evidenced by her classroom celebrations, classroom climate, responsive classroom language, & regular communication via emails, newsletters, and informal morning and afternoon welcomes to parents. Tracey collaborates with her colleagues daily and weekly through Professional Learning Community meetings. In addition, she serves on the Champlain Leadership Committee. Over the past six years she has demonstrated commitment towards learning, professional knowledge, colleagueship, advocacy, & accountability as an amazing teacher.Ms.Jeanne Collinsjcollins@bsdvt.org150 Colchester AveBurlingtonVT05401Mr.Alan Matson150 Colchester AveBurlingtonVT05401Ms.Leslie Colomblcolomb@bsdvt.org2013-07-25 14:08:32
275Ms.Mary AnnCaracoSunderland Elementary School98 Bear Ridge RoadSunderlandVT05201mcaraco@brsu.orgBennington - Rutland Supervisory Union802-362-2452NoCeleste Keel802-375-6100celeste.keel@brsu.orgMs. Caraco received her Masters in Science/Elementary Education from the College of St. Rose. She began teaching at the Sunderland School in August 2007. She is the fifth grade teacher at the school. Mary Ann has been the encouraging force that nudges her fellow teachers to take the plunge with new adventures whether it is math, science, technology or reading. She has an ability to see the whole picture and is also able to ferret out the details necessary to deliver quality educational experiences for children.Mr.Daniel M. Frenchdaniel.french@brsu.org6378 VT Route 7ASunderlandVT05250Mr.Gordon Woodrow3336 Sunderland Hill Rd.SunderlandVT05250Ms.Melody Troymtroy@brsu.org802-375-61002013-07-31 15:30:05
375Mrs.SusanSteinerThe Bellows Falls Union High SchoolP.O. Box 429Bellows FallsVT05101susan.steiner@wnesu.comWindham Northeast Supervisory Union802-463-3944NoChris Hodsden802-463-3944chris.hodsden@wnesu.comSusan is absolutely one of the most enthusiastic and dedicated teachers in the profession. Whether she is supporting struggling students, leading a summer AP Biology lab session, or volunteering to serve as coach of the State Champion Envirothon team at BFUHS, Susan gives 110% and expects the same from her students. However, more impressive than her expectation of 110% from her students is the fact that Susan goes out of her way to TEACH students how to give more than they think they can give and achieve more than they think they can achieve.Mr.Chris Kibbechris.kibbe@wnesu.comCherry HillBellows FallsVT05101Mr.David Clark14 Beebe RoadPutneyVT05346Mr.Christopher E. Hodsdenchris.hodsden@wnesu.com802-463-3944 ext. 2072013-08-01 15:32:33
327Mrs.Sonya CattanachRandolph Elementary School40 Ayers Brook RoadRandolph VT05060scattanach@res.k12.vt.usOrange South West Supervisory Union203-258-9943NoErica McLaughlin802-728-9555emclaughlin@res.k12.vt.usSonya Cattanach is RES’ outstanding guidance counselor. She is a sought after resource and advocate for our school staff, students and their families. Sonya is a vital part of our school community helping families in crisis, educating our children about healthy life styles and empowering our students through small groups and programs like “Girls on the Run.” Our students’ love and respect Mrs. Cattanach for her unwavering support she provides students and their families. She goes above and beyond to connect families with community resources for the benefit of our students. She deserves recognition for her outstanding work at RES.Dr.Brent Kaybkay@orangesw.k12.vt.us24 Central StreetRandolphVT05060Mrs.Brooke Dingledine732 Fish Hill RoadRandolphVT05060Mrs.McLaughlin2013-06-03 10:25:50
400Mr.DavidMacGowenRandolph Technical Career Center17 Forest StreetRandolphVT05060dmacgowen@randolphtech.orgRandolph Technical Career Center728-9595 ext 403NoBill Sugarman802-728-9595bsugarman@randolphtech.orgDave works with a diverse group of students and always with success. His students are always engaged, and class discussions lively and respectful even when the subject matter is controversial. Dave always gives his best to his students and to his colleagues. Dave is simply an outstanding teacher.Dr.Brent Kaybkay@orangesw.k12.vt.us24 Central StreetRandolphVT05060Mr.Angelo Odato389 Flint RoadBraintreeVT05060Mr.Bill Sugarmanbsugarman@randolphtech.org728-9595 ext. 4032013-06-05 15:52:33
311Ms.TriciaPfeifferDothan Brook School2300 Christian StreetWhite River Jct.VT05001pfeiffert@hartfordschools.netHartford School District295-8647YesRebecca Wood295-8647rtfordschools.netTrish is one of the Dothan Brook School's most dedicated and inspired teachers. While serving as the school's Title I teacher, she was instrumental in revolutionizing the reading program by encouraging and supporting classroom teachers in the implementation of focused data driven reading intervention groups. As a member of the PBIS targeted intervention team, Trish has mentored students and developed a morning exercise program to prepare students’ minds and bodies for the day. The DBS community is a much better place due to her hard work and dedication and because of this we are truly thankful. Mr.Tom DeBalsidebalsit@hartfordschools.net73 Highland AvenueWhite River Jct. VT05001Mr.Kevin Christie682 Christian StreetWhite River Jct. VT05001Mr.George Dustin-Eichlerdustineichlerg@hartfordschools.net2013-07-25 09:42:46
312Ms.KaraMcKeeverHartford Memorial Middle School245 Highland AvenueWhite River Jct.VT05001mckeeverk@hartfordschools.netHartford School District295-8640YesBetty Hathorn295-8640hathornb@hartfordschools.netKara McKeever teaches 6th grade math and is the math teacher leader at the Hartford Memorial Middle School. Kara is a recent graduate of UVM's, Vermont Mathematics Initiative, masters program and has been highly successful implementing best practices in her classroom using a thoughtfully crafted differentiated instructional format. Most noteworthy, students of all abilities thrive under her tutelage. Kara’s colleagues describe her as an exemplary role model, great facilitator, and consummate professional. She has collaborated in leading initiatives to ensure smooth transitions from 5th to 6th grade, organized math and special education staff to work together to design programs and supports for students struggling in math, and has taken the lead in planning for the implementation of the common core in our school. Mr.Tom DeBalsidebalsit@hartfordschools.net73 Highland AvenueWhite River Jct.VT05001Mr.Kevin Christie682 Christian StrretWhite River Jct.VT05001Mr.John Grantgrantj@hartfordschools.net2013-07-25 09:43:20
262Addison Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
267Addison Northwest Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
272Barre Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
273Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
274Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
277Blue Mountain School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
278Blue Mountain School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
283Caledonia North Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
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288Chittenden East Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
291Colchester School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
292Colchester School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
296Essex North Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
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306Franklin Northwest Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
313Windsor SE/Hartland SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
314Windsor SE/Hartland SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
323Orange East Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
324Orange East Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
328Orange South West Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
329Orange-Windsor Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
330Orange-Windsor Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
332Orleans Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
335North Country Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
338Rivendell Interstate School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
339Rivendell Interstate School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
341Rutland Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
345Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
350Rutland-Windsor Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
351Rutland-Windsor Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
353St. Johnsbury School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
354Springfield School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
355Springfield School District0000-00-00 00:00:00
356South West Vermont Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
357South West Vermont Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
362Washington Northeast Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
363Washington Northeast Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
364Washington South Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
365Washington South Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
366Washington West Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
368Windsor SE/West Windsor SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
369Windsor SE/West Windsor SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
370Windsor SE/Weathersfield SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
371Windsor SE/Weathersfield SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
372Windham Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
373Windham Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
374Windham Northeast Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
376Windham Southeast Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
377Windham Southeast Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
378Windham Southwest Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
379Windham Southwest Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
380Windsor SE/Windsor SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
381Windsor SE/Windsor SD0000-00-00 00:00:00
382Windsor Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
383Windsor Central Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
384Windsor Northwest Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
385Windsor Northwest Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
386Windsor South West Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
387Windsor South West Supervisory Union0000-00-00 00:00:00
390Applied Tech. Center at St. Johnsbury Academy0000-00-00 00:00:00
392Cold Hollow Career Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
395Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
396Hartford Area Career & Technology Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
397Lyndon Institute Technical Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
398North Country Career Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
401River Bend Career & Technical Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
402River Valley Technical Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
403Southwest Vermont Career Development Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
404Stafford Technical Center0000-00-00 00:00:00
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