My name is Chelsea Wiehl and this is my tenth year at Oak Grove as the Kindergarten teacher. I completed my Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Castleton State College.
During my my time at Castleton I had the opportunity to travel far and wide. Before completing my degree I ate gelato in Athens, swam in the Aegean Sea, climbed Mayan Ruins, walked on the Great Wall and collected stones at the base of Mount Everest.
After finishing my work in the tiny town of Castleton, Vermont I moved to Boston only to realize how desperately I missed my hometown of Brattleboro.
I returned to Brattleboro to pursue my Masters in Education in 2009 and have been happily settled here ever since. I live in town with my two wonderful daughters, my helpful husband and our good dog, Lola.
Oak Grove is so much of what I love about Brattleboro, a kind community, a welcoming staff and amazing families. Please feel free to contact me any time through the blog, via email or, by phone at 802-254-3740 ext#116
First Grade: Stephanie Moranski
The 2017 - 2018 school year will be my sixth year working at Oak Grove School. I have worked as the kindergarten and first grade academic support teacher for two years and have taught first grade for three years. I grew up in the Brattleboro area and attended Brattleboro public schools.
I studied elementary education at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont and am currently working on my masters degree in language and literacy at The Reading Institute through Simmons College.