About Us

“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.” -Chinese Proverb

The faculty and staff at Ethan Allen are dedicated and caring individuals that work together to ensure the success of each student.

Faculty and Staff

Kindergarten

  • 108   Ms. Turner
  • 109   Ms. Gabriel
  • 110   Ms. Cerasi

First Grade

  • 105   Ms. Feusner
  • 106   Ms. Fortunato and Ms. Conn
  • 107   Ms. Parkhill

Second Grade

  • 102   Ms. Davis
  • 103   Ms. Abdullah
  • 104   Ms. Cook and Ms. Caira

Third Grade

  • 205   Ms. Braunstein and Ms. Canuso
  • 206   Ms. Prosopio
  • 207   Ms. Tieri

Fourth Grade

  • 208  Ms. Palentine
  • 209  Ms. Michaelczck
  • 301   Ms. Macdonald

Fifth Grade

  • 201  Ms. Johnson and Ms. Black
  • 202  Ms. Laptiste
  • 204  Ms. Alexander

Sixth Grade

  • 302  Mr. Binder
  • 303  Ms. Griffith
  • 304  Ms. Ortiz

Seventh Grade

  • 305  Mr. Lebofsky     (Math)
  • 306  Mr. Kroposky    (SS- 7th and 8th)
  • 307  Ms. Brown          (ELA)
  • 307/308  Mr. McAlpin      (Writing- 7th and 8th)

Eigth Grade

  • 308  Mr. Stomsky       (Science- 7th and 8th)
  • 309  Ms. Brown          (ELA)
  • 310  Ms. Miller            (Math)

SEL Team

  • 214  Ms. Trainor
  • 214  Ms. Sabir
  • 214  Ms. Loftus
  • 214  Ms. Rodriguez
  • 214  Ms. Kuriakose
  • G3   Ms. Leach
  • G3   Ms. Luroe
  • G4   Mr.  Luroe

ESOL Team

  • 311  Ms. Millman
  • 311  Ms. Vinerova
  • 311  Ms. Eisenberg
  • 311  Ms. McGabe
  • 311  Ms. Peragallo
  • 311  Ms. Sauermelch

Specialist Team

  • 203  Ms. Edger
  • 203  Ms. Spross
  • 203  Ms. McDonough
  • 203  Ms. Crawford
  • 203  Mr. Picarello
  • 203  Mr. Terech

School Psychologist

  • 212  Ms. Jeffereson

Counselor

  • 211  Ms. Rose
  • 211  Ms. Booth

School Nurse

  • 217  Ms. Lebourne
  • 217  Ms. Wilson

SBTL Team

  • 210  Mr. Miller

Climate Manager

  • 215  Mr. Century

Administrative Assistant

  • Off  Ms. Holzworth
  • Off  Ms. Frazier

Assistant Principals

  • 315  Mr.  Richards
  • 315  Ms. Martin

Principal

  • Off  Dr. Houston

 

History of Ethan Allen

The Man Behind the Name

Ethan Allen was born on January 21, 1738 in Litchfield, Connecticut.  Litchfield, Connecticut was only considered a colony.  Allen grew up on the frontier and learned about farming.  He was given an education growing up with some philosophical studies.  As he became a young man he showed great potential in becoming a strong leader.  Allen became a strong political leader and helped formed the state of Vermont.  He also helped formed and lead the Green Mountain Boys.  This group of soldiers came to the aid of the colonists during the American Revolutionary War.  The Green Mountain Boys under the command of Ethan Allen helped seized Fort Ticonderoga.  However, later on The Green Mountain Boys were captured by the British and held prisoners on the HMS Gaspee.  Commander Allen was released in a prisoner exchange in 1778.  Upon returning from capture, Ethan Allen continued to work and fight for the colonies and for freedom.  He became a continental solider until the end of the Revolutionary War.  After the war, Ethan Allen wrote and published a book about his experiences during the war and his imprisonment.  He also helped in producing and writing philosophical treatises and documents relating to the politics of Vermont’s formation.  Besides having a political career, Allen had successful farming operations, an early iron work in Connecticut, and land speculations in Vermont.  On February 11, 1789  at the age of fifty-one Ethan Allen passed away in Burlington, Vermont.  His grave is located at Greenmount Cemetery in Burlington, Vermont.

Ethan Allen the Building

Ethan Allen Elementary School broke ground in the year 1929 and was completed in 1930.  It was designed by Irewn T. Charine using an Art Deco Style.  Ethan Allen Elementary School was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in the year 1988.  It fit the criteria of having the “distinctive characteristics of the building by architecture and construction including having great artistic value or being  a work of a master”.   www.focus.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/88002227

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