Mrs. McClure has a Master’s in Administration and a Master's in Learning and Language Disabilities. She is a Fellow with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators, and she trains teachers in the Orton-Gillingham approach. Mrs. McClure says, “The best part of my school day is seeing the students and talking with them! I spend a part of every day teaching because it is my favorite part of working in our school.
Beth McClure | Principal, Title IX Coordinator
Mr. Chasin earned his Master's in Educational Administration from Southern New Hampshire University and his BA in Geography and Urban Planning from Clark University.
Steve Chasin | Assistant Principal, 504 Coordinator
Christine Bouffard | Office Admin
Mrs. Avery earned her BA in Elementary Education from Southern NH University and is certified in Elementary Education and Special Education. She has been a foster parent and an educational surrogate parent. Mrs. Avery says about her teaching, “The driving force behind my work as an educator is my belief that all children have the ability to learn and be successful. I bring a holistic, innovative approach to teaching, relying on my organizational skills and creativity to present a structured learning environment to address the needs of children of various ability levels and cultural backgrounds.”
Rebecca Nelson-Avery | Special Education Case Manager
Melanie Kangas | School Nurse
Bachelors of Social Work, Plymouth State University
Masters of School Counseling K-12
"As a Guidance Counselor, my goal is to work with families, and teachers to support each student to the best of our ability. I enjoy working with students one on one, and have a passion for teaching whole class lessons whenever I am given the opportunity. My favorite part of my job is bearing witness to the magic that happens in the classroom, and watching our students make leaps and bounds in not only their education, but also in their development as amazing and unique individuals. My goal is to make every student that enters my office feel safe, heard, and valued."
Kacie Segelstrom | Guidance Counselor