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Michelle Cuddy, Educational Team Facilitator for Grades 10-12

 What made you want to be an educator?

I have always been interested in social justice, and I really feel like a strong education can help. I had a lot of great experiences in high school (tutoring and volunteering in an after school program for students with social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties), as well as college (tutoring, Teacher Education Program at Holy Cross, and student teaching in Worcester). These experiences were all fantastic and solidified my goal of working in education.

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Learning Prep School - Bobby Britt

What do you do at LPS?
I'm one of the middle school social studies teachers, teaching classes of 5th, 6th, and 7th graders. I also run the after school Dungeons and Dragons club along with science teacher, Matt Ferrara.

Where were you before you came to LPS?
I've been working in education for 12 years now. For the last 5 years before joining LPS I was working as a history, math, and life skills teacher in residential and therapeutic programs. 

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Learning Prep School - Nadine Seibel

Can you explain what you do at LPS?
As a counselor, I primarily work one-to-one with students and communicate regularly with their families and staff. Students work with me to voice and address their learning and social concerns while building on their own self-regulation and social skills. I also teach a few Health and Student Issues courses which focus on important topics related to students' overall well-being.

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