Michele Campbell, Director of Education
Michele Campbell has been teaching at Saxon Hill School since August 1979. She has taught all programs and became the Director of Education in 2000. She retired as teacher from the 4 day program in 2013. She graduated from Trinity College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. Michele studied the early childhood programs in Reggio Emilia, Italy in the summer of 2005.
Molly Boardman Abbey has been teaching at Saxon Hill School since August 2010. She graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Molly holds her Vermont Professional Educator License Level 2: Grades 7-12 English with an Early Childhood Endorsement, Birth through Age 6. Molly is on sabbatical for the 2016-2017 school year and will return for the fall of 2017-2018.
Allison Coeyman has been teaching at Saxon Hill School since August 2015. She graduated from UVM, has a BA in Art Education, and has eight years of experience teaching young children in preschool programs.
Carol Shallow has been teaching at Saxon Hill School since August 2015. She has been an elementary classroom teacher, art educator and museum educator. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University with a concentration in Creativity and Education and holds a Masters of Teaching from Colorado College.
Beth Blair has been teaching at Saxon Hill School since 2015. She graduated from James Madison University with a BA in History. She has her MA in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix and an ESL certificate from North Carolina State University. She has experience working with children as classroom teacher, library assistant, and yoga mentor.
Betty Allen has been volunteering as school documentarian and general consultant at Saxon Hill School since 2005. She graduated from Duke University School of Nursing and has post graduate credits in child development and parent child support. She was employed in the Parent and Child Program of the Visiting Nurse Association for more than 30 years and was director of the combined programs of Parent-Child Health and the VNA Family Room for five years before retiring. In 2004, Betty attended training in the philosophies of Reggio Emelia in Italy.