To the Editors:
The Middlebrook School Counseling Department and Wilton Education Foundation recently co-sponsored their annual Career Awareness Day. We appreciate the tireless efforts of Renee Cahill and Michelle Tupper from the Wilton Education Foundation Career Awareness Day Committee. We would like to recognize the 64 professionals who shared their time and expertise with the Middlebrook students. This event is just one example of the tremendous support that our local community provides for our educational programs.
Career awareness at the middle school level is an integral part of the Developmental Guidance curriculum and provides a unique opportunity for our students to learn about a variety of careers. The students will benefit from new information gathered during Career Awareness Day as they begin to consider their future plans.
The following professionals presented during Middlebrook School Career Awareness Day on March 18, 2015:
Megan Abrahamsen, Julio Fiol, Bruce Likly, Francis Rizzo, Janette Alvarez, Alyssa Galella, Paul Lin, Karen Sakowitz, Jennifer Angerame, Dan Ginsberg, Lisa Lombardi, Mark Schuster, Stephen Beck, Viv Goldstein-Wiltshire, Diane MacLean, Marcelle Soviero, AnneMarie Bilella, Sam Gumins, Beth McCoin, Michelle Sperry, Cami Boehme, Kim Hall, Brian McGovern, Barbara Sreckovic, Heather Borden-Herve, Donnie Hall, Heather McWilliam-Autore, Brian Sudano, Allan Broadbent, Jennifer Hill-Connolly, Karen Morneau, Pamela Thompson, Corinne Broadbent, Jeff Jarrett, John Motay, Andrea Tolchinsky, Nancy Capelle, Laura Kaehler, Dominick Musilli, Elizabeth Torkelson, Barbara Chopin, Jessica Kaplan, Kristi Olds, Rambabu Vallabhasosula, Kevin Czarnecki, Salys Karl-Magnusson, Craig Olin, Vic Vitarelli, Andrea Dalton, David Keating, Ahmed Orabi, Scott Weber, Shannon DeSimone, David Keefe, Cheryl Rafferty, Warren Winegar, Andrew Driver, Tyler Kepner, Bob Riccio, Jessica Wong, Michael Ferro, Brian Kesselman, Kersten Rivas, Taurus Wright.
Maria Coleman, Principal
Wilton, March 27
To the Editors: