Welcome to my site.  The Title I (one) Reading Program at Penacook Elementary School has been my home away from home for the past 20+ years. The Title I program is federally funded and provides additional reading and math support to students.  Karen Broth and I are the Title I teachers at PES and have been a team for  over 15  years. Please contact either one of us if you have questions or concerns about reading and your child.     
About the Teacher

    I have lived in Penacook for the past 30 years and am the proud mother of two young women who graduated from MVHS.  I was born in Texas and am a "military brat" that has traveled extensively throughout the US and overseas.  I attended UNH where I met my husband and we lived in Manchester before getting married and settling in Penacook in 1983.  Unfortunately he passed away when my children were young so I understand the stresses of single parenthood.  I began working in the schools a few years later as a substitute and later worked as a reading tutor for Title I.  I went back to college and earned my Master's Degree in Education from Plymouth State University with a certification as a Reading and Writing Specialist.  I am now a Reading Teacher here at PES and love the school and the people here.

    I am a member in the following local organizations:
Friends of the Penacook Branch Library 
Concord Public Library Foundation,
The Penacook Historical Society and
The Penacook Village Association.

This summer, I spent many Monday afternoons at the Penacook Farmer's Market passing out books for free to encourage summer reading and to encourage locals to visit our libraries.  These books were donated by the Penacook Branch Library and were distributed by volunteers.

If you have not visited the Penacook Branch Library recently, please stop in and take advantage of the wonderful collection, internet accessibility, and the extremely helpful library staff. 


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Parent Information

Picture books are fun for children of all ages.

A great resource for Penacook residents is our local branch library located on Merrimack Street in the former brick Police Station building. 

 The Concord Public Library is located on Green Street in Concord and has an incredible children's room and collection.

Visit our local libraries often and have reading become a regular part of your child's activities.

The Concord Public Library  has a web site and offers e-books and other library services for the computer savvy.