Leah Boisvert

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Leah Boisvert

Hello, my name is Leah Boisvert. I am a Kindergarten teacher here at the Reilly School. I joined the team in 2012 and have enjoyed every moment of it. I love what I do, and feel blessed to be part of the Reilly team. Each year I get to watch little ones blossom into amazing readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists, problem solvers, and confident learners. It always blows my mind to see the growth that happens within this monumental year. Along with me in K5 is Mrs LaBrecque, her title is a paraprofessional, but I consider her my co-teacher. 

Outside of school I enjoy spending time with my family and loved ones, especially my daughter Summer. 

 Amy Gillis

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Amy Gillis

I have taught in Lowell for 27 years, 15 of them here at the Reilly.  Most of my years have been teaching kindergarten.

 Amy Ippolito

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Amy Ippolito

I have taught at the Reilly School for four years having done both first grade and kindergarten.  Prior to that I was a first grade teacher in Malden for ten years.  I have a special place in my heart for the Reilly having been a former student! I currently live in Lowell with my husband and two children.

 Michaela Michaud

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Michaela Michaud

I am one of the Kindergarten teachers at the Reilly.  I am married and looking forward to growing my family soon.  I have been teaching for about 6 years and I love every minute of it. I like crafting, working with computers and dancing.  I am lucky enough to work with Ms. McManus everyday.  She helps to make our classroom and even better place.

 Bethanne Welch

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Bethanne Welch

I have been teaching for the last 28 years. I started teaching at Ste. Jeanne d’Arc school. I taught there for 5 years.  Then I started teaching in the city at the Varnum School.  I taught kindergarten, first and second grades.  I was there until the school closed and was transferred to the Reilly School, where I have taught third grade and kindergarten.

 

I look forward to every new school year with excitement.  It is fun to be able to watch each child learn and grow throughout the school year.