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Sunday, September 20, 2009

We Welcome Lisbon's New Teachers

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Jennifer Fox

Jennifer is a Fine Arts teacher and Drama Coach with years of teaching experience. She is professionally certified in the state in both fine art and special education. She received her BFA in Art Education with a minor in Theatre, and a MS in Special Education from University of Southern ME. A former Marine and professional muralist, she has a passion for the power of art and drama to motivate and inspire learners. She enjoys painting, organic gardening, reading and family.

Todd McKay

Todd is a graduate of St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH with a BA in Chemistry. He taught two years at Georges Valley High School and a year at Temple Academy in Waterville. Technology is integrated in his classroom.

Todd and his wife Hannah have been married 11 years and have three children - Sarah, Todd Jr., and Rebekhah. Hobbies include flower and vegetable gardens and NASCAR.

Tricia Bursey

Tricia comes from Bath Regional Vocational Center where she was a business education teacher for the past eight years. Prior to BRVC, Tricia was a Computer Trainer/Coordinator at the Muskie School, Institute for Public Sector Innovation training State employees. She is involved in her community coaching the Topsham Recreations sports and other areas.

Tricia lives in Topsham with here two sons, Alex and Evan.

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Thomas Landberg

Thomas received his BS in Secondary Education, Social Studies with a minor in History in 1999, completing his Masters in Education Leadership after teacher grades 6-12 Social Studies in Danforth.

Thomas and his wife Jessica along with daughter Olivia are happy to be relocating to the Lisbon area. "Being part of the Lisbon Community of Schools is an honor and something I take great pride in. I came to Lisbon because it is a caring and supporting community."

Amy Crosby

Amy was born and raised in Orono. She graduated from the University of Maine in 2006 with a BA in Art Education and minors in Studio Art and Art History. Teaching goes back generations in her family with her father and grandfather and great-grandparents! Amy taught grades K-6 in Skowhegan and Canaan. She feels teaching is the best job in the world. "It's exciting to know this community is so supportive." She is caring out her passion--teaching art to children!

Jonathon Pollack

Jonathon graduated from Messiah College, PA in 2003 with a B.S. in Music Education. Over the last eight years he has taught general music, chorus, and beginning band for grades 5-12. Former Principal Dawn Miller refers to Jonathon as a "dynamite" music teacher!

Jonathon is a dedicated husband and father of two young children. He recognizes not everyone likes music but he strives to make music fun!

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