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 Matt Stahl

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Matt Stahl

My name is Matt Stahl and I am honored to be the principal of Dr. An Wang Middle School. I was a teacher in the Boston Public Schools for many years before coming to Lowell as the principal of Washington Elementary School. I have been a principal since 2006 and have loved my time in the Lowell Public Schools. I am the father of three girls and our whole family is absolutely obsessed with Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings.

 Matthew Santy

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Matthew Santy

My name is Matthew Santy and I am thrilled to be the Assistant Principal here at the Wang Middle School! I have been working at the Wang School since 2006.  When I first started here, I was a 7th and 8th grade Special Education Teacher.  In 2012 I took on a different role and became a 5th grade math teacher.  Teaching math was what I always wanted to do and I loved working with the 5th graders!  I then transitioned into the role of Math Resource Teacher for three years. In that position I was lucky enough to work with everyone that teaches and learns math in the building!  When I’m not at the Wang School, I love to spend time with my wife and two daughters.  We enjoy spending time outside and taking trips to Disney!  I consider myself very lucky to be a part of the Wang School!

 Danielle Collins

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Danielle Collins

Hi, my name is Danielle Collins. I am the Instructional Specialist at the Wang School. I work with teachers in the areas of English, Social Studies and Science around literacy. I also teach an Allied Arts class for 6th grade part of the year. I have worked in Lowell Public Schools for the past 18 years. 15 years as a 7th and 8th grade Social Studies teacher and the last three years as the Instructional Specialist at the Wang. Lowell means a lot to me, as I was born and raised here and received my degrees in history (Bachelor’s), Curriculum and Instruction (Master’s) and Reading and Language (C.A.G.S.) from the University of MA Lowell. I believe in the importance of education and the powerful impact it can have on our kids.

 Jenny Huynh

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Jenny Huynh

My name is Jenny Huynh and I have been a nurse since April 2017. I currently have my BSN from UMass Lowell and currently working on my Masters in Nursing. My goal is to become an Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practioner. I live in Nashua with my two huskies, Korra and Bowie. If I’m not in the school, you can find me in the woods or mountains with my dogs.

 Lori Dunkerley

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Lori Dunkerley

My name is Lori Dunkerley and I am the school psychologist. My role at the school includes completing comprehensive psychological evaluations of students in order to help determine eligibility for special education services as well as to guide strategies based on a student’s individual learning needs.  I also collaborate with a team of student support professionals to provide consultation around systemic supports for students as well as developing individual student intervention plans.   District wide, the psychologists provide ongoing trainings to aid teachers in using assessment tools in order to better understand barriers to student learning and to identify appropriate strategies.

 Shannon Ferrelli

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Shannon Ferrelli

My name is Shannon Ferrelli and I am the Title I Social Worker. I am passionate about working with a diverse group of youth that all bring different strengths and resiliencies to school each day. I work to support students with social/emotional concerns that come up as part of typical development, as well as unforeseen stressors. Outside of school, I am also the mother to two young boys who keep me on my toes!

 Omayra Marcano

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Omayra Marcano

School Clerk

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 Meghan Montour

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Meghan Montour

Hi, my name is Meghan Montour and I am the ETC at Wang School. Previously, I was a 7th and 8th grade special education teacher at the Wang Middle School. Growing up in Lowell, made teaching here a natural choice. Educating and empowering students to take more academic risks has been a focus in my work over the past 14 years. 

When I am not teaching, I am spending time with my amazing daughter and husband, our dog, and flock of chickens. Being a parent has truly highlighted the importance of a child’s time at school and the relationships that are built between families and school. I’m looking forward to another great year here at the Wang!

 Lyndsay Roy

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Lyndsay Roy

My name is Lyndsay Roy. I am the Guidance Counselor for the Wang School. I specialize in all things related to the well-being and academic success of our students. I enjoy building relationships with our students and families, and helping students learn about themselves and the world around them.

 Lee Welch

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Lee Welch

My name is Lee Welch and I am a Special Education Social Worker, predominantly working with students who have an IEP. I focus on social emotional learning and skill development. I am typically at the Wang Middle School on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays.

 Wang School Custodians

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Wang School Custodians

Wang School Custodians: We are a group of men that have a long history in the community. We are parents, coaches, confidants, and mentors. We are responsible, secure, and we continuously respond to all school staff and students that need assistance. Our philosophy: The more we help people the more the other staff can focus on their work (i.e. teaching, cooking, counseling, healing) the better for the kids and school climate.