Tanya Kleinebreil, Grade 3 Teacher
The one place she has always loved is school, so it makes sense that she became a teacher! Mrs. Kleinebreil graduated from Campbell University in 1997 with a degree in Elementary Education. While her husband, Mike, was stationed at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, she taught grade 4 and then grade 2. In 2000, her husband joined the United States Army, and they moved back to Massachusetts, where she had grown up and the rest of her extended family still lived. In 2007, she started substitute teaching in Attleboro. She started working at Studley as a teacher in 2011 - teaching grade 4. While at Studley, she has taught grades 2-4, and currently teaches grade 3. She earned her master’s degree in Elementary Education from American International College. She absolutely loves being a teacher at Studley!
She has lived in Attleboro since 2000 with her husband Mike, and three daughters, Alison (23), Maeghan (21), and GraceAnne (18). All three of her daughters are Attleboro High School graduates. She also has two rambunctious dogs named Lola and Tessa. She spent many years watching her daughters compete in gymnastics. Now that they are all done competing, she still loves to watch gymnastics. She enjoys relaxing at her cabin in New Hampshire and spending time with her family when she's not teaching.
Jean Terry, MS, CCC-SLP,
Speech Language Pathologist
Jean started her journey as a Speech Language Pathologist in 2001 after earning a Master of Science Degree from Syracuse University. She worked in the Seekonk Public Schools and at Berks County’s Intermediate Unit in Pennsylvania before coming to Attleboro in 2010. When Jean is not working with students at Studley Elementary School helping them improve their speech and language, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family. You can often find Jean out and about walking her two dogs, relaxing at the beach, or kayaking with her friends. She loves exploring new recipes and restaurants, going to see plays, Starbucks coffee and yoga.
Ms. Pimental, Paraprofessional
Ms. Pimental has been working at Studley as a Paraprofessional since January 2022. She enjoys working with children of all ages and loves to be a part of their learning journey. Ms. Pimental finds joy in helping children reach their full potential.
Ms. Pimental is a proud mom of 2 boys who both attended Studley Elementary School, Elijah (18) and Anthony (14). Elijah graduated Attleboro High School in 2022 and Anthony is a freshman at Attleboro High. Outside of school they enjoy spending time together as a family going to the beach, fishing, and exploring new places. They also enjoy spending time with their dog, Blanca.