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Sunset Over Mt. Monadnock
Flickr photo by creepin'festus
"Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children."
Chief Sitting Bull (Tatanka Iyotanka), Hunkpapa Lakota (1831-1890)
Ann Moller, a Peterborough native, earned her B.A. in English Education from the University of New Hampshire and her M. Ed., a self-designed major with a focus on the teaching of writing and oral history, from Plymouth University.
The National Writing Project has continued to foster her interest in the teaching of writing through its Invitational Institute and the Advanced Leadership Institute. Most recently she has been a member of a research/study group, Empowering Struggling Writers with a Focus on Equity, and a presenter/leader of a writing group to help teachers help reluctant writers at the NWPNH fall conferences.
She has designed, organized and chaperoned student trips to England and Scotland. For many years, Mrs. Moller has been the faculty advisor of PULP, the school's literary magazine.
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2011-2012 Semester I Courses
2011-2012 Semester II Courses
English 9 012/123
American Cultural Studies 012/123