Faculty and Staff
Cora Willis-Powell, Executive Administrative Assistant
Moved to Albany, Vermont in 1989 after my dad retired from the USAF JAG Corp. Attended Lake Region UHS, Champlain College and Lyndon State College. Worked at Smuggs for 12 years. Have 3 daughters and a dog named Moose. I love to read, watch most anything on TV, have an affinity for all things Snoopy and have an interesting family lineage. Have worked at Craftsbury a little over a year.
Caitlin De Luca, Administrative Assistant, Elementary School
Caitlin is originally from Boston, MA, and has been living in the NEK since 2013. A former music teacher, she has spent many years working with various musical theater programs in MA and VT. You can often find her traipsing through the woods with her husband and dog. “Only the pure of heart can make good soup” - Ludwig van Beethoven
Tule Fogg, Elementary School, Second Grade
Jane Walczykowski, Middle School Science & Social Studies
Dominique Dubuque 8-12 email@example.com
Special Education, High School Social Studies, Yearbook Advisor, Senior Capstone Coordinator
Mrs. Dubuque is originally from upstate New York. She went to Plattsburgh State University where she got a Bachelor's degree in History and Secondary Education Social Studies and Master's Degrees in Curriculum and Instruction and Secondary Special Education. Her interest outside of school includes reading (especially historical and historical fiction), traveling to historically significant sites, and spending time with her husband and three daughters.
William Garske, High School Math
Mr. Garske is a recent graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington. While at UMF, he did two years of mathematical research in graph theory. He enjoys proving theorems and discovering new technologies that incorporate programming and mathematics. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, snowboarding, making music, and eating pi!
Jacob Shore, High School Social Studies
Mr. Shore grew up in Boston and studied history and social sciences in college. He likes to emphasize the patterns in human behavior that cut across time and space, and looks for the obscure facts that turn distant historical events into colorful stories and characters. When Mr. Shore is not trying convince teenagers they should care about history, he unwinds through playing music, biking, skiing and romping through the woods.
Joseph Smith, Art Teacher (6-12)
Danielle Smith, High School Work Based Learning Coordinator & Paraeducator
Sally Guebara, K-12 Guidance Counselor
Lori Leff, School-Based Mental Health Counselor