Education: Spotlight on instructional assistants

  • Deb Paul is an instructional assistant at Beaver Meadow School Eileen O'Grady—Monitor staff

  • Mindy Perrotta is an instructional assistant at Beaver Meadow School Beaver Meadow School—Courtesy photo

  • Susan Terrel is an instructional assistant at Beaver Meadow School Beaver Meadow School—Courtesy photo

  • Beth Landry is an instructional assistant at Beaver Meadow School Beaver Meadow School—Courtesy photo

Published: 12/5/2022 6:45:20 PM
Modified: 12/5/2022 6:44:58 PM
Deb Paul

“I have worked for the Concord School District for 24 years, including 13 years at Rundlett Middle School and 11 years at Beaver Meadow School. I couldn’t say enough good things. I’ve never had a more rewarding experience than working at Beaver Meadow School.”

Mindy Perrotta

“I have been a teaching assistant at Beaver Meadow School for 13 years. I am fortunate to work closely with amazing teachers to foster inclusion and create opportunities for all students to succeed and achieve.”

Susan Terrel

“I have worked for the Concord School District for 16 years, first at the former Conant School then at the former Rumford School, and finally at Beaver Meadow School. I have been fortunate to work with a great team of teachers, support staff and specialists. Being an educational assistant is a rewarding experience. We work together to provide opportunities for all children.”

Beth Landry

“I am a paraprofessional at Beaver Meadow Developmental Preschool. I have worked at Beaver Meadow for eight years. I am honored to have the opportunity to work with a supportive and caring team. I enjoy working with my “little friends” and witnessing their success.”




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