Paraprofessionals

Charles Atwater

PBIS Coordinator

Ariann Beltran

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Caitlyn Beman

Paraprofessional

Kelsi Charbono

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Traci Corrigan

Paraprofessional

Allyson Curtis

Paraprofessional

Donna DiDomenico

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Kim French

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Mary Ellen Haseltine

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Megan Haseltine

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Elizabeth Houseman

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Angela Hurd

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Briana Goncalves

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Bill Ingalls

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Julie Kelley

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Quinn Kelloway

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Denise King

PCA

Julie Lefebvre

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Brenda Martin

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Elizabeth Matthews

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Claudia Shropshire

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Charles Atwater

PBIS Coordinator

charles.atwater@trsu.org

I grew up in Manchester, Massachusetts, a small coastal town north of Boston. I then went on to receive a degree in Education, at the University of South Florida. I have taught and coached baseball, basketball, and football. My hobbies include reading, hiking and traveling.

Mary Ellen Haseltine

Paraprofessional

maryellen.haseltine@trsu.org

I have worked in kindergarten since joining the CAES staff in 2006. I love working with children and am so fortunate that I truly enjoy what I do. I often feel that I learn as much from the students as they do from me. Thank you for the opportunity to work with your amazing kids.

On a personal note, I live in Chester along with my husband and three children. Most of my spare time seems to be spent watching my children participate in sports.

Julie Kelley

PCA

Julie Kelley


Paraprofessional


julie.kelley@trsu.org


Julie Kelley has lived in Chester for 22 years, raising her daughter with her husband Frank Kelley who teaches 5th and 6th grades here at CAES. Mrs. Kelley received her BA from Hamilton College and her MEd from The University of New Hampshire after teaching prep school for 7 years. After receiving her Master’s degree, she taught high school social studies at Plymouth High School in NH, and Black River High School in Ludlow. She served as a substitute teacher at CAES for 14 years before beginning part-time work as a personal care assistant for a student with special needs and this year as a full-time Para-educator in 3rd grade.