Rachel Mangean has been teaching art for four years in the Windham Southeast School District.She was born and raised in New Jersey and found her way to Vermont after graduating high school.
Her passion for art and her love for children Rachel earned a bachelor’s degree in studio Art and a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Keene State College in 2012. Rachel currently lives in Dummerston, Vermont where she gets to enjoy all the perks of being a Vermonter.
Rachel's goal is to energize the art program here at Green Street with exciting, innovative, hands on art projects. She plans to incorporate local artists, Vermont’s cultural art and globally cultural art into our curriculum.
If you have any questions or ideas for the art room please contact Rachel through email at email@example.com
Emily McIntyre is a first year teacher this year! Originally from Massachusetts, Emily graduated from Keene State College in 2020 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. She recently relocated to Keene and is so excited to be working at Green Street!
Emily got a chance to work at Green Street while she was in college as a student teacher with the previous music teacher, Julie Ackerman-Hovis. She is so excited to be working with a group of teachers that care so deeply about their students and have been so welcoming to her.
When she isn't teaching, Emily enjoys doing crafts, going thrift shopping with friends, and singing in the car.
Library & STEAM
Greg is beginning his third year as technology integration specialist at Green Street School. Greg spent the previous ten years working at various elementary schools around Windham county as technology specialist and technology integration specialist. He enjoys working closely with classroom teachers to get the most out of technology in their instruction.
Prior to entering the world of education Greg has spent over 20 years working in the private sector for technology based firms ranging from web hosting and internet security companies.
Greg has a B.A.. in Business information Systems from UMASS and M.A. in Computing in Education at Columbia University Teachers College, and M.Ed in Educational Leadership.
Madame has been teaching French since 1991. She has worked at Wilmington Middle/High School, Deerfield Valley Elementary School, the Putney School, Brattleboro Union High School, the School for International Training, and Green Street School.
She first went to France when she was 13 and has been back there 10 times since then, the longest stretch being a summer in Avignon, in the south of France. She has also travelled to Switzerland and Quebec many times.
In addition to French, Madame speaks Russian and she lived in Moscow for 4 months. She also knows a little Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch and Yiddish.
Madame has a Bachelor's degree in Russian Language and Literature from Bryn Mawr College and a Master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Besides loving foreign languages, Madame loves to bicycle for vacation. She has ridden her bicycle across the US and the length of the UK and in Nova Scotia, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France and dozens of US states.
She encourages everyone who can to ride a bicycle!
Matt LeBlanc graduated from Lyndon State College in 2013 with a degree in Physical Education. Prior to becoming Green Street School’s physical education teacher, Mr. LeBlanc worked as a behavioral interventionist for HCRS.
Mr. LeBlanc is passionate about physical education, and he makes it a priority to incorporate the latest technology into his curriculum. In his spare time, Mr. LeBlanc enjoys playing basketball, ultimate frisbee and disc golf.