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Henniker Community School welcomes new teachers

  • Spadafore

  • Reilly

  • McEvoy

  • Cloutier

  • Boucher


Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Henniker Henniker Community School welcomes new staff members

The Henniker Community School has welcomed four new teachers and a school psychologist for the coming school year.

Two new seventh- and eighth-grade teachers will join HCS. Aaron Boucher will teach English Language Arts and Meghan Reilly will teach Social Studies.

Boucher comes to HCS from teaching at Pelham Memorial School and is a graduate of UNH and has a master of education from Southern New Hampshire University.

Reilly is a graduate of Keene State College and taught last year in Marlborough. Reilly grew up in Connecticut and now lives in Keene.

Lauren Spadafore joins the Henniker Community School as the school psychologist. Spadafore is a graduate of the University of New England and holds a master’s degree in school psychology from Plymouth State University. She comes to Henniker from the Laconia School District.

Kim Cloutier has been hired as a special education teacher. Cloutier comes to HCS from the Jaffery-Rindge school district where she was a special education teacher and the district’s Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Cloutier is a graduate of Rivier College and holds a master’s degree in education and a CAGS in special education administration from Plymouth State University. Her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst is from the Florida Institute of Technology.

Kayla McEvoy will be a second-grade teacher at HCS this year. McEvoy is a graduate of Plymouth State University and has a master of education from Southern New Hampshire University. She comes to HCS from filling long-term substitute positions in Bow and Massachusetts. She lives in Warner with her husband.