Nicole Rhoades: Paraeducator
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Nicole started working for the SU in 2017. Nicole is South Royalton born and raised. After almost 15 years as a medical assistant, Nicole traded that career for working in the school so she could spend more time with her two children. Nicole enjoys reading and spending time outdoors being active. You can reach her at

Jamalah Blackman: PLC Para
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Born on the best day of the year, July 15th, 1995, in Bronx NY. He grew up in New York and knows how life can be as a child in school. He enjoys encouraging children to do thei best even on their worset days. He is a father and an older brother and connects well with children and thier drive to learn and achieve their goals. Outside of his carree, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, playing video games, snowboarding, hunting and exploring the world with his son. Jamalah can be reached at

Daniel Windholz: PLC Para
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I am a Para in the PLC room. First year at WRVSU after working 20 years in Chicago as an Accommodations Facilitator and Varsity Boys Volleyball coach. I grew up on a farm in Kansas and attended Fort Hays State University. Hobbies include volleyball, fishing, kayaking, hunting, and hiking. You can reach me at

Kathie Burns: Paraeducator
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Kathie started working at WRVMS 21 years ago when it was Whitcomb.  She works as a Special ED Paraeducator with Middle School students.  Kathie has three grown daughters, four grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. She has been a Girl Scout Volunteer for 40 years.  She likes reading and doing puzzles, and loves spending time with her family.  She has been living in Vermont most of her life.  She has lived in Colorado and Germany. You can reach Kathie at