Stacey Wooster, Special Education Building Coordinator
Ms. Stacey Wooster joins the team at Sanborn for the 2020-2021 school year. Prior to accepting the Building Coordinator position at SRMS, she was the Student Support Coordinator for Lamprey River Elementary school in Raymond (2014-2020). Before transitioning to the Coordinator position, Ms. Wooster worked as a Special Education Teacher in Raymond working with Middle School students (2001-2014) where she was recognized as the Special Educator of the Year by the NH Council for Exceptional Children in 2011. In addition to providing services for students and supporting families through the IEP process, Ms. Wooster has enjoyed coaching athletes in Special Olympics for Track and Bowling. She is also proud of her years spent volunteering as a Coach for Girls on the Run. After working in the Hospitality industry for years, Ms. Wooster went back to school and earned a General Special Education Certification and a Masters of Education with a Specific Learning Disabilities Endorsement from Rivier College.
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Megan Arena, Guidance Counselor
Megan transitioned to SRMS this year from the high school where she worked for two years as a School Counselor. Prior to Sanborn she was a School Counselor at Franklin High School in Franklin, NH. She has a bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of New Hampshire and graduated from Plymouth State University with a Masters in Education, K-12 School Counseling in 2016. She holds a NH state certificate in School Counseling and is a Nationally Certified Counselor. She is passionate about providing mental health support, social/emotional learning, and college and career readiness to her students at the middle school.
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Kim Conant, Title 1 Coordinator
Kim Conant is the District Intervention Coordinator and Title One Director for Sanborn Regional School District. She has worked as a classroom teacher, special education case manager, reading specialist and currently an adjunct professor at SNHU. She earned her Bachelors in Elementary Education and Special Education from New England College in 2003 and a M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment with a concentration in literacy in 2014. Kim has developed and utilized quality performance assessments aligned to New Hampshire state standards and competencies as well as developed a variety of units and assessments in literacy targeting depth of knowledge. Sixteen years ago when Kim came to Sanborn she created the Title One Literacy and Math programs to align interventions to curriculum in order for students to feel and be successful. She taught in this program for 9 years before becoming the Title One Director. Kim feels very fortunate to be able to work with children especially those who learn differently every day. She feels that children of today are the future and seeing them grow inspires her to be a better person, teacher and leader every day.
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