On September 6, 2023

RNESU welcomes 49 new employees


 Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union (RNESU) has 49 new employees who will be working throughout the district.  

Neshobe Elementary

John Aprilliano-Intervention Specialist 

Carol Buzby-L/T Teacher: Elementary 

Brittney Clodgo-Paraeducator

Anna Cook-Teacher: Elementary 

Elizabeth Corey-Teacher: Grade 4 

Thomas Darling-Teacher: Elementary 

Leah Davis-Teacher: Grade 2

Bianca Madrigal-Paraeducator

Jamie Mahoney-Teacher: Special Services 

Georgianna Nop-Teacher: Elementary

Otter Creek Academy (Leicester, Whiting, Sudbury)

Jasmyn Carapezza-Paraeducator 

Heather Dazzi-Paraeducator

Barstow Elementary

Olivia Bowen-Elementary Teacher 

Mary Hitchock-Teacher: PreK/EEE 

Samantha Raymond-Paraeducator 

Deborah Poljacik-Paraeducator

Lothrop Elementary

Jonathan Davis-Custodian

Natalie Gilliard-Teacher: Special Services 

Erica Williams Harryman-Principal

Otter Valley Union Middle/High School

Alexandria Brace-Teacher: Special Services 

Zachary Brooks-Teacher: HS Social Studies 

Erin Cameron-Teacher: Special Services 

Courtney Currier-Teacher: Special Services 

Joel Jones-Associate Principal

Emerson Doty-Teacher: HS Language Arts 

Crystal Eastman-Floating Substitute 

Jeremey Everett-Teacher: HS Science 

William Gunger-Teacher: HS Social Studies 

Cassandra Hayes-Teacher: Special Services 

Debra Karpak-L/T Teacher: Health

Larissa McDonough-Social Emotional Learning Professional 

Mary Richards-Teacher: HS ELA

Katie St. Raymond-Teacher: HS Alternative Learning 

Christina Sweet-Teacher: MS Health

Katie Wallett-School Counselor

Cameron Wescott-Teacher: Choral/Vocal Music

RNESU – District wide

Stacey Farrington-Home School Coordinator

Laura Jakubowski-Assistant Director of Finance

Aili Jones-School Psychologist

Taylor Lanpher-School Based Mental Health Coordinator 

George Smith-Bus Driver

Megan Sheldrick-Paraeducator

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