McGahie Ms

Deb McGahie - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

B.A. Special Ed and Elementary Ed, Keene State

B.A. Art Therapy, Keene State

Deb has worked in many capacities with children, including a job as an aide at Chesterfield School, a special ed tutor at Surry School, and student teaching at the Westmoreland School.  In addition, she worked with adolescents in crisis at the Brattleboro Retreat, and as a nurse's aide.  Deb left teaching to work at PC Connection doing computer sales, tech support and graphic arts, but eventually felt drawn back to teaching. Deb has extensive training in Responsive Classroom techniques and mediation, skills which she has used to create a supportive, effective learning environment since she joined SVCS.

Back to School Shopping List:

  • Math:  3-ring binder, 5 subject dividers and white looseleaf
    paper
  • ELA:  3-ring binder, 5 subject dividers and white looseleaf paper
  • 1 USB flash drive
  • Prang 16 color - watercolor set
  • 1 pencil box to accommodate the following:1 to 2 packages of small Sticky Notes (used to mark pages)
    • Manual Pencil Sharpener
    • Pink erasers
    • Several #2 Pencils (replaced as needed)
    • Ink Pens:  Black, Blue and Red (1 each)
    • Highlighter
    • 2 black erasable pens (Eraser Mates)
    • 2 glue sticks
    • small sharp scissors
  • Small box of hole reinforcers for notebook paper
  • Indoor shoes **
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Watercolor/blendable pencil set
  • Protractor & compass set
  • 2 2-pocket folders
  • 1 box of tissues for the classroom
  • 1 package of dish sponges

**Students often spend time on the rugs so in an effort to
keep these areas clean, I ask that the students wear indoor shoes. These
are shoes that will be kept at school and worn exclusively indoors. 
Slippers are fine, but keep in mind that we will be having occasional fire
drills, and may need to walk outside in snow, mud or rain, so you may want
hard-soled slippers) Some students like wearing Crocs: they are
comfortable and easy to slip on and off.

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