Ms. Gaspar, ELL Teacher
Ms. Gaspar began teaching in Attleboro in 1996. She has spent all 26 years of her career at Studley School! She has a degree in Elementary Education and a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She began teaching in a two-way Spanish bilingual classroom at Studley and just this year has made the transition out of first grade to the ELL position. She is excited to teach students in grades K-4 this year. When she is not teaching, Ms. Gaspar enjoys reading, biking, walking, and spending time at the beach.
Alicia Morin, Instructional Technology Coach
Mrs. Morin started teaching in Attleboro in 1999. She has a degree in Elementary Education and Special Education, a Master's Degree in Teaching Reading and is currently pursuing her Education Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership. She started her career in Special Education teaching grades 1 and 2 and has been a 4th grade classroom teacher for the last 18 years at Hyman Fine and Thacher. This year, she is excited for a new adventure as the Instructional Technology Coach at Studley and Willett Elementary School. She has a 17-year-old son Ben who is a high school senior at Dighton Rehoboth Regional Highschool, and a 19-year-old daughter who attends BSU. She enjoys spending time with her family, including her 2 cats and 2 dogs, learning yoga, going to the beach, gardening, hiking, and kayaking. She is very excited to join the Studley staff!
Kristen Desvoyaux, Grade 2 Teacher
Ms. Desvoyaux has been an educator for 23 years, with 22 of those years at Studley Elementary School! She graduated from Rhode Island College and is dually certified in Elementary Education and Special Education. Her journey in Attleboro began as a special education teacher and eventually led to her work as a special education team facilitator for many years. During that time, she earned a Master’s Degree in Reading from Rhode Island College and became a licensed reading specialist. She also completed a post-graduate program through Bridgewater State University in Educational Leadership. Ms. Desvoyaux realized that something was missing in her tenure and when she had the opportunity to become a classroom teacher, she couldn’t pass it up! It’s been a fantastic journey thus far. Ms. Desvoyaux lives in Rhode Island and is the proud mother of her 15-year-old daughter, Ava. They enjoy spending time together, shopping, and trying new things…like goat yoga!