Meet Indian Mountain School's New Faculty

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Indian Mountain School is Pleased to Welcome Nine New Faculty Members to the IMS Community.

The new IMS faculty.

(Pictured clockwise from the left)

Nicole Dreyfus: Fifth Grade Science and Social Studies; B.A., Bard College; M.Ed., Bank Street College of Education

Chris Sturm: Sixth Grade Humanities; B.A., The College of Saint Rose; M.S., State University of New York at New Paltz

Jessica Zenowitz: First Grade; B.S., Baptist Bible College

Matt Orlando: Assistant Athletic Director; Fairleigh Dickinson University; B.A., Keene State College

Joe Del Visco: Middle School Associate; B.A., Weslyan University

Nilder Giraldo: Lower and Middle School Foreign Language; B.Ed., Universidad San
Antonio Abad del Cusco

Jessica Moody: Life Skills; B.S., University of Massachusetts; M.Ed., Salem State University

Linda Wood: Fourth Grade: B.A., University of Connecticut; M.S., University of Bridgeport

Hsiao-ning Tu: Mandarin;B.A., Fu-Jen Catholic University; M.A., The City College of New York/CUNY; M.S.Ed., University of Pennsylvania

We are also pleased to welcome Sarah Sprague (not pictured) back to IMS. Sarah took time off from her science teacher role at IMS to pursue her Master's in Education at Harvard University. She returns as the Chair of the Upper School Science Department.

Welcome to all!

Indian Mountain School provides a traditional education for boys and girls from pre-kindergarten through grade nine in a boarding and day environment. We promote moral growth and personal academic excellence in a setting that fosters a respect for learning, the environment, and each other. We celebrate our international and culturally diverse community. We guide and challenge students through balanced elementary and middle school scholastic, athletic, and arts curricula, combining instruction and coaching with a system of personal support. We involve students in our Adventure Education and community service programs, which tie into the spirit of IMS. We help our students gain confidence in their own innate abilities and develop the necessary academic and personal skills to be successful in secondary education.

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