Jane Howes, Grade 4 Teacher
It was always her childhood dream to become an elementary school teacher. At Providence College, she received dual certification in Elementary and Special Education. In 2001, she started at Studley as a grade 4 special needs inclusion teacher. This is her 22nd year teaching at Studley. After three years in that position, she became a classroom teacher for grade 3. In 2004, she got her Masters in Literacy from Lesley University, with a focus on Reading and Writing. These are two areas she loves to teach! For the past 13 years, she has been teaching fourth grade in room 25. She truly enjoys having fun with her students while they learn. Outside of school, her sons, grades 2 and 5, keep her very busy. They have inspired her to be a better teacher every day. When she is not spending time with her family, she loves reading books and cooking. She is looking forward to an amazing school year!
Jennifer Rosa Instructional Paraprofessional
Mrs. Rosa is currently in her second year as an Instructional Paraprofessional at Studley. She went to Framingham State College to study Early Education and spent 10+ years at 2 different schools. She loves being able to work with children of all ages. Mrs. Rosa believes that in order to change our future we need to help shape and develop the minds of our children.
After years of teaching, she took some time off to be home with her 4 children, Dylan (13), Kayden (11), Logan (9) and Isabella (7) who are her pride and joys. Mrs. Rosa has been married to her husband Jason for 15 years and they have lived in Attleboro for the past 13 years. She spends many hours on the baseball fields, soccer fields and she loves coaching her daughter’s basketball team. Her favorite things are watching her children play sports, being with family and friends, going for walks with her dog Buster, going swimming and last but certainly not least is going to Disney World.
Pegeen Gargano, Title I Reading Teacher
Mrs. Gargano began her career in sales and marketing at a mutual fund company in Boston. She decided to pursue her passion and went back to school to get her Master's degree in Elementary Education. That was 19 years ago, and she couldn’t be happier with her decision. She gets to foster a love of reading in her students and watch their confidence grow.
Attleboro has been her home for the last 33 years. She and her husband have raised their 3 children in this wonderful community. They are also proud grandparents to Charlie 2yrs. and Evelyn 2mos. Outside of school she enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading on the beach and gardening.