Friday, June 27, 2003
Carlisle School announces new hires and assignments for 2003-4
When the new school year starts in September there will be some new faces and a great many familiar ones. On Tuesday evening, June 17, the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) renewed a number of administrative contracts and and reviewed new hires and position changes.
The CSC approved the following administrative administrative contracts, to expire in the 2004-2005 academic year. Andre Goyer and Stephen Goodwin will become Co-principals. Dr Linda Stapp will continue as Director, Student Support Services; Steven Moore as School Business Manager; David Flannery as Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds; and Margaret Lynch as Assistant to the Superintendent. The administrators received a 2% salary increase.
The Carlisle Public School has hired several new faculty members for the 2003-2004 school year. Amanda Clark will be teaching a section of Grade 1. A graduate of Holy Cross and the M.Ed. program at Boston University she has had 4 years of experience. Jodi Sparks will be teaching Grade 2. She has a B.A. and M.A. from Tufts University and has been a student teacher in Sudbury and Lexington. Amy Sutherland will also be teaching a section of Grade 2 She has a B.A. from Boston College and M.Ed from Fitchburg State College. She has 8 years of experience of teaching. Hilary Davis has returned to the Grade 2 SPED slot. She has degrees from Bates and M.S.Ed. from Simmons.
Erica Molvig will be joining the Grade 3 team. She has a degree from Skidmore College and M.A. from Simmons. She has been a permanent sub in Carlisle. Jennifer Lyons will also be teaching a section of Grade 3. She has a B.A. and Masters of Art in Teaching from Simmons College. She has experience in Acton and Acton-Boxborough.
Annemarie Hunter will be teaching a section of Grade 4. She has a B.A. from Boston University and M.S. from the Bank Street College of Education. Emily Johnson will be teaching a class of Grade 4. She has a B.A. from Princeton and an M.Ed. from Lesley University. She has had four years experience in the Boylston, Mass. schools. Susan Fitzgerald will also teach a section of Grade 4, transferring from Grade 7 SPED. Bill Gale will be teaching a section of Grade 5. Donna Clapp will take a position as a reading specialist.
Cynthia McCann will become the Technology Integration Specialist. She has a BS from the University of Maryland, an M.Ed. and M.Ed. Technology from Lesley University. She has six years of experience in Acton, Wayland and Concord. Recently retired, David Mayall will continue with the school as a volunteer in the fall then as a 0.2 FTE (full time equivalent) position employee in the spring. He will provide the interface in the schools data system required by the state.
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