New Faces Coming to Chartiers Valley

The school district welcomed several new teachers for the 2012-13 school year.

Several new faces are coming to Chartiers Valley.

The school district welcomed several new teachers for the 2012-13 school year.

The new teachers include Kylie LaSota (Primary School, 2nd grade), Maya Sando (Primary School, kindergarten teacher), Symphony Vaughn (Primary School, special education teacher), Lindsey Dourglass (Middle School, long-term math substitute), Mary DePalma (Primary, Intermediate and Middle Schools, part-time art teacher), Stacy Saussol (Middle School, special education teacher), Dan O'Neil (Middle School, gifted teacher/ instructional coach), Rebecca Forkner (Primary School, library), Megan Colt (High School, Collegiate Coordinator).

Chartiers Valley School District hired Megan Colt to be our new Collegiate Coordinator. She has worked in the Admissions Department at Duquesne University, Carnegie Mellon University and Point Park University. She also was the Director of Alumni Relations at Sewickley Academy.

With a background in higher education, Colt is very familiar the college admission process. As the Collegiate Coordinator at Chartiers Valley, Colt’s primary job responsibility will be counseling our students through the process of researching and applying to higher education institutions.

“I know that was something a lot of parents wanted,” district spokeswoman Kara Droney said. “They wanted someone to help the students search for colleges.”

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rose altvater August 17, 2012 at 01:49 PM
Someone with the last name of Colt, hired to work at Chartiers Valley ? LOL, Perfect ! Good luck to all of them, and welcome !


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