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Aborn Kindergarten Classrooms | 2013-2014

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Faculty   Grade Room
Ms. Gallant   K  
Mary Levasseur Paraprofessional    
Linda Condon   K 1
Connie Pettipas Paraprofessional    

Aborn Kindergarten | Mrs. Gallant's Classroom | 2013-2014

Faculty   Grade Room
Ms. Gallant   K  

“Meet Mrs. Gallant”

Hello! My name is Mrs. Gallant and I love teaching kindergarten especially at the Aborn School. I was fortunate enough to watch my own children grow and learn at Aborn. This school and its faculty hold a very special place in my heart.

I studied At Fitchburg State College and received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Special Education. I also received a Master’s of Education degree in early childhood at Salem State University in 2011. I am certified to teach young children with special needs as well as children with or without disabilities from preschool to 3rd grade. I have been teaching for many years in the Lynn School Department.

I believe in a developmentally appropriate, play based curriculum with lots of opportunities to use language! My classroom is very structured with lots of repetition of skills for mastery. I am hoping to promote a lifelong love for learning and literacy.

Aborn Kindergarten | Ms. Condon's Classroom | 2013-2014

Welcome to our new Kindergarten staff members: Ms. Condon and Ms. Pettipas!

Faculty   Grade Room
Ms.Condon   K 1

“Meet Ms. Condon”

Hello Parents and Visitors to the Aborn Website,

My name is Linda Condon. I have been involved in the field of education for 24 years. I have my degree in Early Childhood and Special Education from Bridgewater State College. I am currently completing my last year of a Master’s Program from American International College and will receive my Reading Specialist license this spring.

I was drawn to the field of education because I always knew I wanted to work with children. I hoped I could instill the same love of learning that I had as a child attending the Lynn Public Schools.  After working at a special needs camp in Lynn and volunteering for the Children’s Physical and Developmental Clinic in college, I knew for sure that I wanted to become an elementary school teacher to help children reach their fullest potential. I believe in differentiating instruction and allowing children to grow and learn at their own pace.  Childhood should be a journey, not a race!

If you were to visit my classroom or teaching space, you would see a colorful, lively classroom.  Students would be happily engaged in learning activities. The atmosphere would be one of safety and comfort where each student is a respected member of the class.

I think one of the best things parents can do for their children is to support them in their learning! Reading together daily, helping with homework, communicating with teachers, and discussing the school day are great ways to support and encourage students. Parents who are actively involved demonstrate the importance of education to their children. 

I look forward to working with you and your child!

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