About Michele

I began teaching in a small Vermont three-room elementary school not too far from here. After earning my master's degree, I worked as a 1:1 para-educator at Leland and Gray. I have also worked as the instructor of a self-contained program, a resource room instructor, and a special education teacher of math and social studies. I have also co-taught many content area classes at the high school level.

For the last few years, I have been a resource room instructor, becoming familiar with the content and assignments of many core classes. 

I am constantly working on improving my skills to meet the ever-changing requirements of the Individual Education Plan written for students whom I serve as case manager.

Several of my ‘other hats’ include the mother of two teenage boys and wife. I was also an active partner in our family construction business. Our post and beam, stress-skin home under construction is a great example of our skills.

As my boys grew I was a Cub Scout den leader. I followed them to Boy Scouts where I became a committee member, assistant scoutmaster, and finally the troop scoutmaster. 

Living in a resort town has also meant there is an opportunity for waiting tables, which I have always been able to do. Just as I find time to sew, quilt, knit, garden, ski, read, and email family. (I am one of six.)

Contact Information

Michele Monks-Manton

mmonks-manton@lelandandgray.org

w: 802-365-7355 ext. 207
h: 802-464-1257


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