SHELBURNE – The Snelling Center for Government recently announced the Vermont School Leadership Project Class of 2022.
Caitlin Bianchi, K-8 Math Coordinator, Champlain Valley School District – Williston Schools
Libby Bonesteel, Superintendent, Montpelier Roxbury Public Schools
Justin Bouvier, Assistant Principal, Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School
Jensa Bushey, District Literacy Leader, Champlain Valley School District
Megan Cheresnick, Interventionist, Addison Central School District
Arthur Chiaravalli, House Director, Champlain Valley Union High School
Brandi Corbett, IB PYP Coordinator, Addison Central School District
Sarah Crum, Director of Special Education, Champlain Valley School District – Williston Schools
Renee DeVore, Principal, Montpelier High School
Peter Drescher, Director of Technology and Innovation, Essex Westford School District
Angela Filion, Principal, Allen Brook School
Courtney Krahn, Curriculum Leader, Addison Central School District
Denise Maurice, Principal, Lamoille Union Middle School
Luisa Millington, Principal, Barnet Elementary School
Travis Park, Principal, Beeman Elementary School
Beth Parker, Interventionist/Professional Development Coach, East Montpelier Elementary School
Heather Raabe, Principal, Cornwall School
Jen Roth, Principal, Charlotte Central School
Denise Russell, Principal, Northfield Elementary School
Caty Sutton, Co-Principal, Randolph Union High School
Peggy-Sue Van Nostrand, Director of Special Education, Shelburne Community School
Caty Wolfe, Teacher, Center for Technology, Essex
Jen Wood, Principal, Albert D. Lawton School
April Wortmann, Director of School Counseling and Supports, Mt. Abraham Union Middle High School
The Vermont School Leadership Project, co-directed by Val Gardner and Peter Burrows, is a unique program that offers intensive professional development for superintendents, principals, curriculum and special education directors, as well as other education professionals who have proven leadership abilities.
The Class of 2022 embarked on their leadership journey in mid-July and will continue to meet at Lake Morey Resort over the next sixteen months for a total of seven overnight sessions with eighteen seminar days.
Through theoretical discussions, experiential activities, and personal reflection, associates will consider and apply concepts related to leadership, education systems, organizational change and community.
To apply and integrate their learnings within their individual school systems in real-time, associates will work on a Capstone project throughout the program.
As Vermont emerges from the challenges brought by COVID, the Class of 2022 is uniquely situated to examine “whole systems” thinking and change management within Vermont’s public schools, a cornerstone and distinguishing factor of the Vermont School Leadership Project.
The Class of 2021 is the 15th class since the Vermont School Leadership Project was founded in 1995. Upon completion of the program in November 2022, members of the Class of 2022 will join 300 graduates who are making a difference in Vermont’s schools.
To learn more about the Vermont School Leadership Project and the Snelling Center’s other professional development programs, please visit www.snellingcenter.org or call 802-859-3090.