From the Superintendent: New Hires Spring 2019
Kingdom East Superintendent’s office is entering a very busy hiring season. Applicants are highly skilled bringing with them a great deal of experience.
We look forward to meeting and working with all these folks across our district.
The following are New Hires as of May 5, 2019:
Marc Brown has been hired as the new Kingdom East Facilities Manager. He received his International Facilities Management Association credentials online through Georgia Southern University.Mr. Brown has worked in construction / maintenance / facilities roles since 1988 and has served in a number of roles including Facilities Director, Building Contractor, Construction Supervisor / Project Manager. He has served on school and town committees in leadership capacities including school facilities, building projects, safety, emergency management and emergency services. Mr. Brown lives in Wheelock with his wife and has three children and three grandchildren.
Devin has worked for Caledonia North Supervisory Union and then Kingdom East for the past 5 years first as a guidance counselor and then as a home school coordinator. She recently was hired as the full time Guidance Counselor at Miller’s Run School. We look forward to Devin’s continued contributions to Kingdom East.
Brittany will serve as a librarian at Burke Town School with an emphasis on Literacy and integrating technology to improve student learning. Prior to coming to Kingdom East, Brittany worked for two years at the St. Joseph School and MicroSociety Academy Charter School in Haverhill MA and Nashua NH respectively. She has a masters in Education from Southern New Hampshire University and a bachelor of science from Plymouth State College.
Molly is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont in Elementary School Education. Her student teaching in Burlington was at the Sustainability Academy where she worked to integrate science and nature into her classroom. A native NEK resident, she has accepted a position as an elementary teacher at Burke Town School.
Cara has most recently served as an office coordinator at Hardwick Chiropractic. She was formerly a manager and principal baker at Bien Fait in Greensboro. For nine years she served as an instrumental and vocal music teacher in the Northeast Kingdom and has a rich level of experience and interest in the arts. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Johnson (Magna Cum Laude). We look forward to Cara’s wealth of experience in schools as a teacher, and her roles working with technology and marketing as an administrative assistant. Cara will serve as our communication, enrollment and innovations administrative assistant in the Kingdom East Offices.
A veteran teacher and literacy interventionist, Robyn began her career at Newark School. She then worked for many years as an exceptional interventionist at Lyndon Town School. She applied for a voluntary transfer and next year will be returning to Newark Street School as a literacy interventionist.
Delia Lefebvre has served as a classroom teacher for many years in Monroe NH. She has numerous awards and honors for outstanding teaching. Several years ago she left the classroom to work throughout Vermont as a Math Specialist. She provided professional development and worked with the Vermont Mathematics Institute. Kingdom East is lucky to have Delia returning to serve as a classroom teacher in the middle school at Lyndon. She has exceptional skills in mathematics and will serve the community well.
Alan has been hired as the middle school (5-8) mathematics teacher at Miller’s Run School. Alan has served as a Kingdom East After School Site Coordinator for several years and was a temporary teacher this year. He recently accepted a full time permanent teaching position at Miller’s Run. He brings curiosity, strong connections with students and a wealth of experiences. He lives in Wheelock with his family.
Laura Nichols has been hired at Lyndon Town School and for Kingdom East School District as a Consulting Special Education Supervisor. She has a BA from Plymouth State and a masters degree from St. Michael’s College. She has served as a special education administrator, special educator, student services coordinator, consulting teacher and adjunct professor. She brings a wealth of experience and special education knowledge.
Billy – Jo has been hired at Lyndon Town School as a literacy coach and literacy interventionist. She previously worked at Caledonia Central Supervisory Union as a literacy and humanities instructional coordinator. She taught at Barnet school for 6 years and previously worked at Caledonia North as a literacy coach. Ms. Roberts has a BA from Lyndon State and a masters from Lesley. We welcome her expertise and energy.
Given over 23 years of experience, Ms. Myerson has accepted a special education position at Lyndon Town School. She will be moving back to Vermont from a home in Florida. She has a bachelor’s degree from Boston University, a masters from Lesley and a Certificate of Graduate Study form Fitchburg State. She is currently serving as a special educator at St. Mary’s Academy in Sarasota , Florida. Previously she worked at Monadnock Regional High School in Swanzy, NH, and was the Academic Director for INSPIRE- a K-12 school for Autism in Vermont. We look forward to her energy and wealth of experience.