BENNINGTON — Former Mount Anthony Union High School Principal Glenda Cresto will receive her full salary and benefits for the coming. BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union High School Principal Glenda Cresto will not continue her employment with the school after her. BENNINGTON — Glenda Cresto has agreed to step down as principal of Mount Anthony Union High School, effective immediately. The MAU.

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So please, let’s imagine those possibilities together, because we can’t do it alone.

After she stepped down from the podium, she spent a good deal of time speaking individually with each of the long line of people who lined up to speak with her. We hope you’ll be able to come out and meet our potential next principal! Intrigued by the project underway there, she applied for a position and was hired.

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Former Mount Anthony principal to continue to receive salary, benefits

One theme throughout the evening was “Imagine the Possibilities,” the phrase that Culkeen used at the start of his tenure as superintendent. By Derek Carson dcarson benningtonbanner. She gained experience teaching theatre at the community college level and glenca the elementary level before landing a teaching position at a large regional high school in Massachusetts. Principal Finalist Meet and Greet. Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. Late last week, the interim principal search committee selected one candidate, Glenda Cresto, as their finalist for the position of Cabot School Interim Principal.

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Cresto’s comments were brief, as she said she was more interested in starting to build personal connections. She discovered the power of education in Vermont — innovative, committed to empowering every student to live the future they imagine — and stayed. Phone Fax Posted Tuesday, June tlenda, 7: She invited anyone who was interesting in beginning those conversations to get in touch with her and set up an appointment over the summer.

Toggle navigation Main menu. She has been a teaching fellow at Harvard University’s graduate school of education, she is a practitioner of data-driven decision making, skilled in curriculum development, a proven mentor and crwsto coach, and has implemented and believes in the use of teacher instructional rounds at her current position.

I found Glenda to posses intelligence, talent, and heart. Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions. Soccer Basketball Ultimate Frisbee Softball.

Glenda will be traveling to Cabot tomorrow to tour the school and meet with faculty, students and the community. The School Board will host a meet and greet session with Ms. We also welcome letters to the editor for publication; you can do that by filling out our letters form and submitting it to the newsroom. Glenda has been an educator for many years.

She returned to graduate school at Harvard University, where she focused on school leadership, mentoring, and teacher training. She brought with her a notepad and pencil, and was taking down the contact information of anyone present who wished to speak with her in more detail about their visions for the school going forward, or about any other topic. As she gained experience in the classroom, she became a mentor teacher — and discovered a new passion: It’s me, it’s the teachers and administrators at Mount Anthony High School, it’s parents, it’s community members, it’s other principals and teachers in the district, it’s the CDC, it’s all of us together.


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Principal Finalist Meet and Greet – Cabot School

There, she started the high school theatre program and taught courses in theatre, English, Cultural Anthropology, Early Childhood Education, and Public Speaking. Upon graduation, she continued to work with preservice and new teachers in the Boston Public Schools and at Harvard University. Besides the educational management credentials, I was captivated by her years as a teacher of theater and public speaking.

She is excited about the work underway at the Cabot School, and looks forward to supporting and working with faculty and staff, students and their families, and the Cabot community in the work of ensuring a great education at the Cabot School for every student.

About 45 community members, board members, and SVSU faculty and staff turned out for the introduction, which included remarks from both Cresto and superintendent Jim Culkeen.