Marcie Tierney is a early childhood teacher with 10 years of experience. She went to Castleton State College for her undergraduate studies and attended UVM for her graduate studies in Curriculum and Instruction. She holds her teaching license in Elementary Education, with an endorsement in Early Childhood Special Education.
Marcie has a husband and three children, two girls and a little boy. She enjoys being outdoors, walking, hiking, taking photographs and spending time with family and friends.
Kim Bennett is a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) and this is her thirteenth year in Addison Northwest! She earned her Master’s degree in Communication Science at UVM and is currently enrolled in the Southern New Hampshire distance learning program.
Kim has a husband and two children and is a proud VUES parent! She raises goats, chickens and rabbits with her family and enjoys reading and building things with wood.
Cynthia Kuhns is an Early Childhood Special Educator and has been an early education teacher in Addison County for over 20 years. She received her B.A. in education from Anna Maria College and earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from UVM.
She lives with her husband and they have three adult children; two sons and a daughter. In her free time she likes to hike, bicycle, garden, read and do craft projects.
Diane Jones is a Paraprofessional in the ANWSU Preschool. She has worked with three, four and five year old preschoolers for 21 years. She has three children and a grandson. In her free time she likes to read, crochet, take walks, and spend time with family and friends. She is also a member of St Peter’s Choir.
Angela Paquette is a Special Education Paraprofessional going on her 16th year working in the preschool program with 3-5 year olds. She grew up in Germany and immigrated to the United States with her husband and 3 children. She is also a grandma now. Her favorite quotes are “All we have to decide is what to do with the time given to us” and “Impossible is nothing but a word.”
Frigid weather is expected to arrive Thursday evening and extend through Saturday. The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures to be below zero during the day on Friday with dangerous wind chills as low as 30 to 45 below zero.
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