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Amy Provencal McGuigan      

CHS Class of 1981


CHS ’81
National Honor Society, Band (2,3,4), President of Class of ’81, Class Representative (2,3), School Newspaper (3,4), CHS Musicals (3,4), Principal’s Advisory Cabinet (4), National Elks Merit Scholarship for Massachusetts Recipient (4)

University of Lowell BS Mathematics ’86; MEd Curriculum & Instruction ‘87

Beverly, MA Public Schools Beverly High School Teacher (Mathematics); Raymond, NH Public Schools Raymond High School Teacher (Mathematics), Coach (Cheerleading), Math League Co-Advisor; Amherst, NH Public Schools Souhegan High School Teacher (Mathematics & Wellness/Dance), Class advisor, Choreographer for School Musicals, Coach for Critical Friends Group (Teachers who meet monthly for Professional Growth & Development)

State Recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science & Mathematics Teaching; Nominated for Outstanding Professional Award in Dance Education; Hired by Brown University as one of the first coaches for Critical Friends Groups (Funded by the Annenberg Institute)

Professional Associations
The New Hampshire & the National Association of Teachers of Mathematics, Gamma ETA Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, National School Reform Faculty, Visiting Accreditation Committees for The New England Association of Schools & Colleges, University Alumni Association

The Paint & Powder Club of Greater Lowell, Daughters of the American Revolution, Volunteer speaker to families adopting through “Wide Horizons for Children”

1981 Yearbook Quote by Amy
“To all of us, Chelmsford High was a gathering of our peers. We will forever remember this time that we shared learning, living, and laughing together. For above all things that we found at Chelmsford High School were golden friends. We may never again feel the warmth and closeness of our peers that we did here in 1981. ‘Do not walk behind me, I may not lead...Do not walk in front of me I may not follow...Walk beside me and be my friend’. To those walked beside me---I love you God bless us and keep us together always”---Amy