Staff Directory

A Dedicated Community of Teaching Professionals

Teachers are the heart of Shaker Road School. Our team of faculty and staff are dedicated to providing a challenging, supportive learning environment that stimulates creativity and fosters inquisitive thinking. The diversity of our teaching team’s experiences, talents, and passions help create a truly dynamic school environment. All SRS teachers participate in our active professional learning program that provides training and workshops to continuously improve and refine the art of teaching.

Rebecca Carter

Rebecca Carter

Teacher

Grade Level: Elementary

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Experience: 15 Years at SRS

Education:  B.S., Communication Disorders, University of New Hampshire | M.Ed., Reading and Writing Specialist, University of New Hampshire

What I strive to teach students: I enjoy teaching students the importance of good study skills, how to be an active learner, and to always try their best. I focus on teaching how to resolve conflict with kindness and purpose. And most importantly, I want my students to understand their roles as active members of the school community.

School Activities: Drama (Grades 4 and 5), SSAT proctor, Curriculum Committee, NEASC Visiting Committee Member

Personal Interests: Hiking, Snowboarding, Cross Country Skiing, Reading, Live Music, Traveling

What I love about SRS: I consider SRS to be my second home. Students are always friendly, considerate, and make my job enjoyable. My colleagues are supportive and always willing to collaborate.

Jackie Clarke

Jackie Clarke

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

 

Abbey Cohen

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2022

Caitlin Connelly

Caitlin Connelly

Admissions and Placement

Grade Level: All

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Area of Focus: Admissions and Secondary School Placement

First Year at SRS: 1985 when I joined Pre-school; 2016 full time as Director of Admission

Education: BS, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, MA, Higher Education Administration

What I strive to teach students: I work with families to successfully enroll them in SRS and then, years later, help them transition to appropriately matched secondary schools.

School Activities: Admissions Committee, PTG Socially Shaker Chair

Personal Interests: Camping, Traveling, Baking, Reading

What I love about SRS: SRS is a place where children always come first. Every decision is made with children in mind – from Infants through 9th grade.

Favorite SRS Tradition: The Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Hayride is a great community event. I love seeing the artfully carved pumpkins placed along the cross-country trail. To see them all aglow and listen to children and parents enjoy their evening ride exemplifies the best of the SRS community.

Jayne Crevier

Megan Crevier

Teacher

Grade Level: Infant Program

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First Year at SRS: 2017

Education: NHTI

What I strive to teach students: Building confidence and making learning fun.

School Activities: afternoon school activities

Personal Interests: Spending time with my family, traveling, and outdoor activities

What I love about SRS: I love working with people whom we all have the common goal to help our students succeed, while creating friendships along the way.

Favorite SRS Tradition: PTG Barbecue, The Halloween Parade and Hayride

Tad Curry

Tad Curry

Teacher

Grade Level: Middle School

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Area of Focus: English, Language Arts, Latin

First Year at SRS: 2010

Education: HS: Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL; BA English / Classical Studies minor, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA; MA Media Arts, Emerson College, Boston, MA; Teaching certificate, Upper Valley Educators’ Institute, Lebanon, NH.

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach my students how to use evidence to form opinions; to recognize when they need help and how to ask for it; and how to lose themselves in the world a storyteller creates. Oh yeah—grammar, too!

School Activities: Coaching FLL robotics, rock climbing, indoor soccer, and flag football; performing in the faculty talentless show; teaching filmmaking

Personal Interests: Running, hiking, camping, rock climbing, basketball, movies, reading, aquascaping, and time with family

What I love about SRS: I love the sense of belonging when I show up for work every day. When you become a member of Shaker Road School, whether as a student, an employee, or a parent, you belong to a community that welcomes you, supports you, and challenges you to be your best self.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Middle School Winter Olympics!

Peter Daley

Peter Daley

Teacher

Grade Level: Primary/Elementary Health

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First Year at SRS: 1982

Education: B.S. Business Management, New Hampshire College | Early Childhood Education Certification, NHTI | Courses at New England College and Springfield College

What I strive to teach students: To develop a better understanding of how to look at the world, and why things happen. As part of our Trout in the Classroom Program, students get first-hand experience with a life-cycle and the importance of watershed protection.

School Activities: Bus Driver, Soccer Coach, Golf Coach, Cross Country Running Coach, Summer Program Golf, After School Activities, Eighth Grade Washington Trip Coordinator, Drama and Dance Production Assistant, Recycling on Campus, and Bringing leprechaun cheer to all!

Personal Interests: Running, Biking, Skiing, Snowshoeing, Camping, Kayaking, Classical Music, Theater, All New England Sports, My Daughters

What I love about SRS: I have been a part of Shaker Road School since its inception. When Doug and Patti started the school, they chose “loving, learning, and caring” as the motto. Nearly 40 years later, these themes hold true. We strive to offer students and families a true sense of professionalism, a caring concern for every student’s well-being, and friendliness that allows families and students to feel safe and important while learning.

Samantha Daniels

Samantha Daniels

Dean of Students, Primary Spanish Teacher

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First Year at SRS: 1997

Education: B.S., Elementary Education, St. Bonaventure University

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach my students that mistakes are part of the learning process. They can accomplishing things independently.

School Activities:  Camp Shaker Director, Middle School Drama, Yearbook

Personal Interests: I enjoy spending time with my family, going to the lake in the summer, and watching crime dramas and football

What I love about SRS: I love that SRS is a place where students are able to be themselves in a safe learning environment. Students are encouraged to take pride in their work.

Favorite SRS Tradition: The pumpkin hayride is my favorite tradition during the school year and Fox and Hound during the summer.

Colleen Fields

Colleen Fields

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten Program

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First Year at SRS: 2020

Kathy Garp

Teacher

Grade Level: Infant, Toddler, & Pre-Kindergarten Programs

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First Year at SRS: 2019

Education: Concord High School | 2 Years Early Childhood Education Vocational Education | Licensed Nursing Assistant | First Aid and CPR

What I strive to teach students: To recognize the spirit of a child and nurture that which makes them unique as little people. I will utilize all opportunities to share my love of nature and the joy of learning at whatever stage they are at.

Personal Interests: Gardening (vegetables, flowers, and house plants), love of nature, finding simple ways to brighten the day for others, spending time with grandchildren.

What I love about SRS: What’s not to love!? The facility and campus is outstanding. The staff has been so welcoming, helpful, and understanding. The families are also warm and welcoming.

Favorite SRS Tradition: As I am just getting acquainted, really, what stands out strongly is the commitment to the relationship between school, family, and community.

Andrea Hart

Andrea Hart

Office Manager

Grade Level: All

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First Year at SRS: 2021

Education: B.S. Criminal Justice from Castleton State University; M.S. in Administration from Lynn University

School Activities: None yet but I can’t wait to get involved in more!

Personal Interests: Traveling, swimming, downhill skiing and reading!

What I love about SRS: I love the sense of community here at SRS. No matter if you’ve been here for a week or a decade, you feel like home.

Favorite SRS Tradition: The pumpkin stroll was incredible. I love how it was a true representation of our whole community contributing.

Alex Hicks

Alexander Hicks

Teacher

Grade Level: Middle School

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Area of Focus: Science & Technology

First Year at SRS: 1993

Education: B.S. Utica College of Syracuse University, M.B.A. New Hampshire College, M.S. Southern New Hampshire University

What I strive to teach students: I believe that reason and problem solving are crucial skills when studying science and technology and will benefit students in all areas of their lives.

School Activities: Robotics Coach, IT Guru, Graduation Walking Sticks Artist

Personal Interests: Boating, Woodworking, Tinkering, and Science Stuff

What I love most about SRS: The sense of community that allows us to work together effectively, easily develop and integrate new curriculum, and develop programming changes to best meet the needs of our students.

Favorite SRS Tradition: The Halloween Parade & Hayride

Doug Hicks

Douglas Hicks

Head of School

Grade Level: All

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Experience: Founded Shaker Road School in 1979

Education: B.S., University of New Hampshire | M.S., Administration and Supervision, University of New Hampshire | M.B.A., University of New Hampshire

What I strive to teach students: I want all students to be curious learners and ask, “why?” We explore the forests together, identify tree species, contemplate scenarios, and seek to solve problems. Students at all ages must maintain a curious mind and never stop asking questions.

School Activities: Ski Program Chaperone, 4th Grade Science Instruction

Personal Interests: Boating, Collecting Shark Teeth, Gardening, Projects

What I love about SRS: I am amazed by what our community has created since 1979. The options for students, families, and teachers are second to none from Infants through 9th grade. I am so proud of our community and its dedication to educating and caring for children. And, SRS will continue to evolve to meet the needs of children. Investing in quality child care and education is incredibly important, and I am always grateful for the trust families place in our school.

Matt Hicks

Matthew Hicks

Principal

Grade Level: All

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Area of Focus: Middle School Studies and Research Courses

First Year at SRS: Professionally in 2000

Education: B.S. Hamilton College, M.A.T. History UNH, M.Ed. School Leadership Harvard, Ph.D. Leadership and Policy UNH

What I strive to teach students: I am passionate about teaching students to think deeply about their learning and their lives. What interests and motivates them? What type of people do they want to be?

School Activities: Soccer, Nordic, flag football coach. Alpine skiing, snowboarding. Student government. Academic competitions.

Personal Interests: Hiking, running, winter sports, travel

 What I love about SRS: SRS is true to its mission of challenging and supporting students academically and socially. Shaker students do not simply go through the motions, but are challenged to be more and do more.

Favorite SRS Tradition: My new favorite tradition is KickBack each spring. I love the community rallying behind a local organization to raise much needed funds while playing the school’s most popular sport: soccer. This event epitomizes Shaker’s unique balance between having students contribute to the larger world yet recognizing they are still children and bringing the entire community together.

Patti Hicks

Patricia Hicks

Head of School

Grade Level: All

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Experience: Founded Shaker Road School in 1979

Education: Masters Degree in Communication Disorders, M.S. CCC-SLP

What I strive to teach students: Kindness and compassion

School Activities: Middle School Drama, various school committees, Saplings editor

Personal Interests: Gardening, Canning, traveling, spending time with family

What I love about SRS: EVERYTHING! Most importantly, the faculty, staff and families that have made it what is is over the past 40 years.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Spring Fling

Bryan Laliberte

Bryan Laliberte

Teacher

Grade Level: Elementary

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First Year at SRS: 2008

Education: B.A. Childhood Studies, Plymouth State University

What I strive to teach students: I spend a lot of time before and after school with the children. I really want the children to have fun, and treat each other fairly and respectfully.

School Activities: Jr. Lego League coach, before and after school teacher, flag football coach

Personal Interests: New England sports, especially Red Sox and and Patriots, plus skiing, mountain biking, cycling, and spending time with my family.

What I love about SRS: Shaker is like a second home to me and my children. The people who I work with and who teach my children are like a second family to us. I feel very lucky to be part of such a great community.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Halloween Hay Ride, Halloween parade

Iris LaRochelle

Teacher

Grade Level: Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2022

Krystin Larochelle

Kristyn LaRochelle

Teacher

Grade Level: Elementary

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First Year at SRS: 2003 for summer camp; 2007 as a teacher

Education: B.S. Plymouth State University | M.Ed. Plymouth State University

What I strive to teach students: My focus is on teaching independence and self-advocacy skills through problem solving activities across the curriculum, including citizenship themes and social education.

School Activities: Drama, Curriculum Committee, Enrollment Committee

Personal Interests: Spending time with family, Camping, Reading

What I love about SRS: The school community is my second home. I began working here in college and have never left. I look forward to watching my two sons grow up in the SRS community.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Grandparents’ Day

Jay Lewis

Maria Lennon

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2020

Education: B.A. In Psychology, York University, Toronto, Canada.

What I strive to teach students: I strive to create community within my classroom–a community that encourages kindness and sharing, while inviting a curiosity to learn, ask questions, and share stories.

Personal Interests: I enjoy cooking, gardening, walking, boating – and spending time with my family.

What I love about SRS: I love the atmosphere at SRS; it is second to none! It embraces the children and the staff and provides a wonderful environment for learning.

Favorite SRS Tradition: I am excited to be a part of the many traditions at SRS!

Jay Lewis

Jay Lewis

Teacher

Grade Level: Middle School

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Area of Focus: Social Studies/History

First Year at SRS: 2010

Education: Salve Regina University – B.A. History and Film Study; Southern New Hampshire University – M.A. History

What I strive to teach students: I focus on teaching students how to be independent thinkers and take control of their learning.

School Activities: Middle School Soccer Coach, Middle School School Drama Director, Flag Football

Personal Interests: soccer, hiking, camping, movies, music, history, volunteering at the New Hampshire Historical Society

What I love about SRS: I love the strong sense of community at SRS and the amazing relationships I form with students and their families.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Kick-Back for the Community Soccer Tournament

Cathy Linden

Cathy Linden

Teacher

Grade Level: Middle School

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Area of Focus: Mathematics and Language Arts

First Year at SRS: 1995

Education: B.S. Mathematics Education, UNH | M.Ed. Elementary Education (K-8), UNH

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach my students to be independent thinkers and lifelong learners by asking good questions, communicating clearly, collaborating with others, challenging themselves, taking risks and making mistakes, and knowing when to ask for help.

School Activities: Curriculum Committee Chair, NEASC Visiting Team member, Robotics Co-Coach, Ski and Field Trip Chaperone, Lifeguard

Personal Interests: Dance, Spending time with family, Skiing

What I love about SRS: The school is my home away from home. The students, families, and my colleagues are like an extension of my own family. I have grown as an educator because of our supportive community of learners. I am fortunate to work with an energetic team of teachers who love what they do and strive to provide the best education for all students.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Spring Fling is my favorite SRS tradition. It’s one of our oldest traditions and one I remember participating in when I was a young child. Now my family and I get to watch my daughter participate in this same tradition.

Gail Martinez

Gail Martinez

Teacher

Grade Level: Infant, Toddler, & Pre-Kindergarten Programs

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Experience: 18 years at SRS, More than 20 years working in education

Education: Early Childhood Education, NHTI

What I strive to teach students: I enjoy instilling a love of play in children. Play is so important for children’s early development. I help do this through games and outdoor activities.

Personal Interests: Sewing, Walking, Spending time with family

What I love about SRS: I love the people and children in our community. I worked here for 13 years and then had to move away, and was lucky enough to return five years ago – I’m so happy to be back!

Michelle McHugh

Michelle McHugh

Teacher

Grade Level: Toddler Program

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First Year at SRS: 2003

Education: NHTI

What I strive to teach students: colors, letters, numbers, and self soothing/self help skills

Personal Interests: swimming, golfing, and snowboarding

What I love about SRS: the children

Favorite SRS Tradition: ski/snowboarding season and swimming in the summer

Christine Migdal

Teacher

Grade Level: Middle School

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Area of Focus: Mathematics and Language Arts

First Year at SRS: 2008 for summer camp; 2013 as a teacher

Education: B.S. Math Education 7-12, University of New Hampshire

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach students that being wrong and facing struggle is an imperative part of the learning process. Problem solvers don’t get any practice without problems!

School Activities: Mathcounts Coach, Curriculum Committee

Personal Interests: Country music concerts, a good book on a great beach day, being artsy

What I love about SRS: I love the sense of community that is inevitable when playing a teacher role here. I get to know my students and their families, both in and out of the classroom.

Favorite SRS Tradition: 8th Grade Graduation: a classy evening that honors the time our students have spent with us and all of their accomplishments.

Tania Minery

Tania Minery

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 1999

Education: New Hampshire College, Associates Degree, ECE Certificate

What I strive to teach students:  That they are independent thinkers able to enjoy the learning process while also learning to collaborate with and support their peers

School Activities: PTG

Personal Interests: outdoor activities and spending time with family and friends

What I love about SRS: I love the community connection of colleagues, children and families together that we have at SRS. Also the vast campus grounds that we are able to enjoy on a daily basis, not only providing for recreational activities but curriculum-based learning activities as well.

Favorite SRS Tradition: My favorite tradition is our newest tradition, Grandparents Day Celebration. I enjoy this day the most because it gives families the opportunity to enjoy the same experiences that the children enjoy every day.

Rachel Minsinger

Rachel Minsinger

Music Teacher

Grade Level: All

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First Year at SRS: 2015

Education: Bachelors of Music in Music Education – Susquehanna University, Masters of Music in Music Education – Gordon College

What I strive to teach students: I strive to help students have an appreciation for many different genres of music. I also teach with the overall goal of students being Tuneful, Beatful, and Artful.

School Activities: Drama, Music Department groups, Summer Camp

Personal Interests: Baking, crocheting, playing with my son, snowshoeing, kayaking

What I love about SRS: I love the beautiful campus and the friendly students, staff, and parents.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Spring Fling

Barbara Morrison

Barbara Morrison

Art Teacher

Grade Level: All

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Area of Focus: Fine Arts

First Year at SRS: 1995

Education: B.A. State University College at Potsdam, NY

What I strive to teach students: I want to expose my students to many art mediums and help them make choices to create art based on their personal preferences.

School Activities: Annual Art Show, Art club, Middle School Golf

Personal Interests: Art making, concert going, and spending time with family and friends.

What I love most about SRS: The school strongly values the arts and provides students many opportunities to experience visual arts through enrichment and art club.

Favorite SRS Tradition: I love so many, but if I had to select one it would be the Halloween Hayride.

Erin Moore

Teacher

Grade Level: Toddler Program

 

Casey Nameche

Casey Nameche

Teacher

Grade Level: Toddler Program

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First Year at SRS: 2020

Stephanie Newbery

Stephanie Newbery

Teacher

Grade Level: Elementary

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First Year at SRS: 2004

Education: B.A. English, Muhlenberg College; NH State Certification K-8

What I strive to teach students: To take chances and to reach academic goals while being a kind member of our community.

School Activities: Indoor and Outdoor soccer, Cross Country, Curriculum Committee

Personal Interests: Traveling with family, skiing, water sports, reading

What I love about SRS: Our Community

Favorite SRS Tradition: Halloween Hayride

Gina Paige

Gina Paige

Teacher

Grade Level: Infant Program

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First Year at SRS: 2016

Education: Associates in Early Childhood Education from Monroe Community College, Certificate in Medical Assisting from Hesser College, Certificate in Cosmetology from Shear Ego International School of Hair Design

What I strive to teach students: Working with Infants, I strive to create a loving, nurturing and educational atmosphere in my classroom. I love exposing children to new tactile experiences as well various sensory activities to help them learn about the world around them. I encourage all students to reach their individual developmental milestones in a safe environment, where they are free to explore!

School Activities: Enrollment Committee

Personal Interests: Sewing, DIY projects, hiking, spending time with my family.

What I love about SRS: I love that this school is all inclusive! Having children of my own, it gives me piece of mind that they not only get a great education, but they are able to participate in multiple activities before and after school, ranging from sports to drama and music lessons. The school community is really just one big family, everyone loves being here!

Favorite SRS Tradition: My favorite SRS tradition would have to be the Halloween Hayride, but it’s hard to choose just one favorite!

Caroline Paquette

Teacher

Grade Level: Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2022

Gina Paige

Emily Perlet

Teacher

Grade Level: Toddler Program

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First Year at SRS: 2019

Education: BS in Anthropology, minors in Spanish and Women’s Studies (St. Mary’s College of Maryland) | MS in Special Education (Johns Hopkins) | Graduate Certificate in Ceramics (Hood College)

What I strive to teach students: Self-confidence and being a friend to yourself; that learning is super fun; kindness to others, our community, and our earth.

Personal Interests: Cooking, walks, gardening and being outside, ceramics, spending time with my family (3 kids)

What I love about SRS: I love the beautiful outdoor spaces! I love the kind, caring place it is for students and families. I love the arts and activities offered to students.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Spring Fling and the maple syrup pancake breakfast!

Delainey Poirier

Delaney Poirier

Teacher

Grade Level: Primary

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First Year at SRS: 2019

Deborah Potter

Deborah Potter

Teacher

Grade Level: Primary

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First Year at SRS: 2006

Education: B.S. Elementary Education, Plymouth State College | M.Ed. Integrating Arts into the Classroom, Lesley College | First Steps in Music Certification, Gordon College

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach children to love books, to see them as a tool to learn new things, and imagine wonderful adventures.

School Activities: Librarian, Lego Robotics coach, Curriculum Committee, NEASC committee, ukulele instructor

Personal Activities: playing ukulele in three clubs, playing clarinet for 12 years in a band, spending time with her husband

What I love about SRS: I love being able to watch children grow. I love all the opportunities the children have to learn academically as well as musically, athletically, and socially.

Favorite SRS Tradition: I especially like the Halloween traditions like making jack-o-lanterns with the students

Steve Smith

Maintenance

Grade: All

 

Kim Stewart

Teacher

Grade Level: Primary

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First Year at SRS: 1985

Education: A.S. Mental Health Human Services, NHTI / Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Early Childhood Education, Norte Dame College

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach students my students to become independent, confident, kind and respectful individuals. Most importantly, to develop a true love of learning.

School Activities: PTG, Curriculum Committee, 1-3 Drama, NEASC Visiting Committee Member

Personal Interests: Reading, traveling, and spending time with family

What I love about SRS: I am honored to say I work at Shaker Road School. I love our community of supportive families and colleagues, as well as, hard working students. A place I consider my second home.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Pumpkin Hayride!

Dan Stickney

Dan Stickney

Head of Maintenance

Grade Level: All

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First Year at SRS: 1997

Education: A.S. Business Management, NHTI

What do you strive to teach your students? I’m not in the classroom, but I believe that instilling and reinforcing respect in our community is as much a function of my job as any of the day-to-day work that I do on campus.

School Activities: Safety Committee, Sustainability Program, support of all campus sport and recreational activities through grounds maintenance, Pumpkin Hayride driver

Personal Interests: Spending time with family, Live Music, Hard Work, The Wild Outdoors, Trout Fishing

What I love about SRS: Though the school has grown and evolved in the twenty-one years that I’ve been here, much of the small school, family-oriented feeling has been retained; I love that sense of continuity that continues to be a strong part of the Shaker Road community.

Favorite SRS Tradition: The Pumpkin Hayride has to be my favorite campus tradition; the whole school comes together and works hard to put together a truly enjoyable evening. It really starts the Fall season for me and is the lead-in to the fun that follows.

Nikki Stuppard

Meghan Stockhaus

Teacher

Grade Level: Primary

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First Year at SRS: 2015 (After School/Summer Session); 2020 (Academics)

Education: M.Ed. in Literacy: Reading & Language Arts (Present), New England College, Henniker, NH; B.A. in Elementary Education (2019), New England College, Henniker, NH; A.S. Education (2017) and A.S. General Studies (2016), NH Technical Institute, Concord, NH.

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach my students to be kind to one another and to love learning!

Personal Interests: During my free time I love spending time with family, camping, hiking, and four wheeling.

What I love about SRS: Shaker Road School is a supportive and positive environment! It is like a second home and I always look forward to coming into work!

Favorite SRS Tradition: Pumpkin Hayride

Nikki Stuppard

Nicole Stuppard

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2010, full-time

Education: B.S. Psychology, Eastern Connecticut State University

What I strive to teach students: I believe it is important for students to be involved in extracurricular activities and take risks trying new things. I hope to teach students the value of being involved in their community no matter their level of experience with an activity. It is always exciting to watch our more experienced players mentor newer players in a competitive environment.

School Activities: Summer Session Co-Director, Indoor Rock Climbing, Enrollment Committee

Personal Interests: Spending time with family and enjoying the outdoors!

Favorite SRS Tradition: I love the SRS community. It is truly hard to explain how strong the community is until you are part of it and see for yourself. I love that there are several events to bring the entire community together, but in addition to those, our students get so excited to work with each other across all ages. Whether it be reading buddies, a project, or just a visit on the playground.

Sarah Tahir

Teacher

Grade Level: Toddler Program

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First Year at SRS: 2022

Chris Terrell

Christine Terrell

Teacher

Grade Level: All

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Area of Focus: Fine Arts

First Year at SRS: 1986

Education: A.S., Early Childhood Education, NHTI | B.A., Family and Child Studies, Granite State College

What I strive to teach students: I strive to teach students to love learning, to be creative and independent thinkers.

School Activities: Drama, music recitals, concerts, dance recitals, ice skating, sledding, downhill skiing, Curriculum Committee, middle school dance chaperone

Personal Interests: reading, sewing, quilting, gardening, and spending time outdoors

What I love about SRS: Our school community and having the opportunity to teach and watch students grow from pre-school to 9th grade.

Favorite SRS Tradition: Kindergarten and 8th grade graduations

Laura Urban

Laura Urban

Teacher

Grade Level: Toddler Program

 

Maggie Vogt

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2022

Emily Waltz

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2022

Elin Warwick

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 2021
Ceil Wilson

Ceil Wilson

Teacher

Grade Level: Pre-Kindergarten

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First Year at SRS: 1997

Education: Early childhood education classes at NHTI; continuing education workshops

What do you strive to teach your students? To be kind and enjoy each day.

Activities at SRS: Summer Session swim lessons

Personal Interests: My four grandchildren

What I love about SRS: The children

Favorite SRS Tradition: Wearing staff t-shirts in the summer