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Denise Monroe

Denise has been with the Community School of SAU 50 since it began in 2004. As Child Find Coordinator and special education teacher, Denise not only co-teaches in the program, she is responsible for coordinating all special education services. Denise came to SAU 50 with over twelve years experience teaching in the early education and special education field. Denise holds a New Hampshire Experienced Educator certificate as well a certificate in both Elementary and General Special Education. She did her undergraduate work at Westfield State College and received a Masters in Education from Notre Dame College. Denise is an active participant of PTAN (Preschool Technical Assistance Network) and a valuable resource for all SAU 50 early educators.

Beccy Daly

Beccy is the General Education Lead Teacher/Site Director for the Community Preschool Program at SAU 50. Beccy has been with the Seacoast Community School since October 2012, and started in the Community Preschool Program at SAU 50 January of 2015. Beccy has an Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education and is attending Granite State College for a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. Beccy has been working with young children for over 10 years from owning her own in home childcare to working in larger Childcare Center's. Beccy is married, with two teenage daughters. She enjoys crafts, scrap-booking and walking the trails with her family!

Dana McKenna

Dana has been in the field of speech-language pathology since 1999. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences from the University of Vermont and a Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Syracuse University. She spent 8 years teaching in SAU 44 (Nottingham, Northwood, Strafford) working with a variety of children with phonological, language and auditory processing disorders, as well as children diagnosed with autism, Down’s syndrome, genetic syndromes and visual impairments. Dana has also worked for Early Support Services through Developmental Services of Strafford County. She has taught basic sign language classes to child care professionals and a summer long educational program on facilitating language development in early childhood. She is a member of the New Hampshire and American Speech Language Hearing Association Associations.

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