Ariel Colson: Paraeducator, Royalton
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Ariel grew up in the Royalton area and began working for WRVSU in 2021 as a Special Education Para-Educator. She currently resides in South Royalton with her husband and 3 children. In her free time she enjoys animals, gardening and being outdoors. She can be reached at acolson@wrvsu.org.

Kylie Hollstein: Paraeducator, Royalton
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Kylie started working in the SU in 2019. Starting at Bethel elementary, then to South Royalton elementary. She has her Bachelors in Science from Colby-Sawyer College. She has many years of experience working with young children. She enjoys helping shape little minds and seeing the excitement of the students. Kylie grew up in Quechee, Vt. She now lives in Sharon, Vt with her husband, son and dog. Kylie enjoys doing anything outside, loves spending time with family and friends. Her email is Khollstein@wrvsu.org, please feel free to reach out at any time.

Gloria Kinnarney: Paraeducator, Royalton
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Gloria joined WRUD in 2002 as a special education paraeducator. I have worked with many children over the past 20 years. I have lived here in South Royalton all my life. I have made this town my home with my husband Jim. Together we have raised  4 wonderful children. We also have 4  very energetic grandsons that I love spending time with.  You can reach Gloria at gkinnarney@wrvsu.org.

Kerri Rogers: Paraprofessional, Royalton
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Kerri  joined WRUD in 2014 as a special education paraeducator. Kerri has spent over 20 years working with youth through coaching multiple sports, community involvement, and in educational settings. She has a background in massage therapy and nursing. For many years she served as the Royalton Recreation Director, bringing the community together, offering opportunities and fun events. Kerri enjoys making students smile with her singing, dancing, and infectious laugh. Motto: FUN!!  Kerri  lives in South Royalton, with her husband and two children. Moving back across the country 16 years ago from Arizona to raise them in the same loving community in which she grew up. In her down time, Kerri enjoys walking and hiking, playing board games with her family, and spending the summer in her favorite place, a cabin on her pond. Kerri can be reached at krogers@wrvsu.org.

Janet Turner: Paraeducator, Royalton
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Janet has been working at South Royalton since 2016. She has an A.S. in early childhood education and has been in the field for over 40 years. She is originally from Massachusetts and Maine but now calls Vermont home. She enjoys outside time with her family, especially her granddaughters. She enjoys gardening ,reading and relaxing by the river. You can reach her at jturner@wrvsu.org.

Ashley Rogers: Paraeducator, Royalton
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Ashley works at South Royalton as a Kindergarten paraprofessional. She spent ten years working for the Sharon Health Center before wishing to return to the school setting. She is active in 4-H with her 7 year old daughter Hattie and looking forward to showing Hattie’s calf. Her seven year old daughter attends Tunbridge Central School. She loves spending time outside, watching sports, and being with her family.