Friday, September 13, 2002
New teachers at CCHS
Matthew Brady, CCHS biology and earth science teacher and part-time special education teacher, received his bachelor's degree from St. Francis College of Pennsylvania, and his masters of education from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He previously taught at the A. L. Brown High School in Kannapolis, NC.
Patricia Brinton, a part-time Title I remedial reading teacher and part-time special education tutor, received her bachelor's degree from Wheaton College in Norton, and her master's from Boston University. She previously taught at the Brookline Public Schools and was a special education tutor in Concord.
Stephen Lane, CCHS part-time history teacher, received his bachelor's degree from Williams College. He previously taught at St. Paul's School in NH. Lane chose Concord-Carlisle because of his experience as a track and field and cross country coach at CCHS for the past five years.
Christine "Cricket" McCaffrey-Clark, CCHS chemistry teacher, received her bachelor's in chemistry from Holy Cross and her master of education from Boston College. She previously taught at Acton-Boxborough High School, West Brighton Middle and High School, Landmark School and Mphundle High School, Swaziland, Africa, where she was a Peace Corps volunteer.
Sophia Rovitti has joined CCHS as a Latin teacher. She received her bachelor's in English from SUNY, Stony Brook and her master's in literature from Hunter College.
Amy Spound, CCHS part-time special education teacher, was born in Santa Monica, CA and raised in Concord. She is a graduate of CCHS, and received her bachelor's from Bennington College and her master's from Boston University. Her teaching experience includes Castle School, Cambridge, Robinson Middle School, Lowell, and she has been a special education tutor at CCHS.
Andrei Sobchenko, a part-time orchestra teacher at CCHS, was born in Heilon-Jiang and grew up in the Ukraine. He did his undergraduate work at Gnesin Institute of Music and received his master's from Boston University.
Ingrid Sutter, CCHS English teacher, received her bachelor's in English from Williams College and her master of education from Harvard University.
Michele Thiboutot, French teacher at CCHS, received her bachelor's from the University of Montana, Missoula, and her master's from UMass-Amherst. Michele previously taught at Greenfield Middle School, Harris City Technology College, London, UMass-Amherst and the University of Toulouse, France.
Diane Tomaz, CCHS English teacher, received her bachelor's degree from St. Joseph's University and her master's from Simmons College. She comes to Concord with teaching experience at the Luis Muñoz Marín School in Philadelphia.
Michael Vela, CCHS chemistry teacher, received his bachelor of science from Boston College and his master of science and Ph.D from Brandeis University. He has previous teaching experience at Lexington High School.
Hai-Ming Wu, CCHS teacher of Chinese, was born and raised in Taiwan. She received her bachelor's degree from the National Taiwan University and her master's from Purdue University. She has previously taught at Snowden International High School and the Lexington Chinese School.
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