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Countdown to School: 5 Days -- Medfield Welcomes New Personnel

Medfield Public Schools welcomes 19 new teachers and 2 new principals.

When students return to school next week, they will likely see many new faces in the halls including the following 19 teachers and two principals who have just joined the district:

Medfield High School

  • Susan Alden, Chemistry
  • Paula Hamilton, Spanish
  • Nancy Ivas, Wellness
  • John Kendall, Social Studies
  • Kerry Lynch, Biology
  • Eric Scott, Athletic Director
  • Neal Sonnenberg, Technology Integration Specialist (shared with Blake)
  • Joyce Wu, Mandarin (shared with Blake)  

Blake Middle School

  • Brenda Perachi, Mathematics
  • Sarah Pratt, English (1 year appointment)
  • Sophilia LeBlanc, Spanish (shared with Dale Street)
  • Yijy (Elaine) Liu, Mandarin (shared with Dale Street)
  • Diane Horvath, Technology Integration Specialist (shared with elementary schools, based at Memorial)
  • Neal Sonnenberg, Technology Integration Specialist (shared with MHS)
  • Joyce Wu, Mandarin (shared with MHS)  
  • Ellen Gelinas, Wellness Instructor formerly at Dale Street only, will also be at Memorial and Blake this year. 

Dale Street Elementary

  • Louise Snyder, Principal
  • Sophilia LeBlanc, Spanish (shared with Blake)
  • Yijy (Elaine) Liu, Mandarin (shared with Blake)
  • Diane Horvath, Technology Integration Specialist (shared with all elementary schools, based at Memorial)

Memorial Elementary 

  • Diane Horvath, Technology Integration Specialist (shared with all elementary schools, based at Memorial)
  • Ellen Gelinas, Wellness Instructor formerly at Dale Street only, will also be at Memorial and Blake this year.

Wheelock Elementary 

  • Donna Olson, Principal 
  • Karen Alberts, Speech & Language
  • Leslie Diamandis, School Psychologist
  • Eithne Stover, School Psychologist 

District-Wide Additions

  • Chantel Bonner, English Language Learner (based at Blake)
  • Gina Dalan, Out of District Coordinator (.6 position) 
  • Melissa Devine, Behavior Therapist 

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