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Kathryn A. Tancrelle

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Background Information

Employment History

Fifth-Grade Teacher

Old County Road School


President

Project Learn RI


President of the Board of Directors of Project Learn and Literacy Volunteers

Northern Rhode Island


Web References(6 Total References)


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Rhode Island -- Kathryn A. Tancrelle ; Old County Road School; 200 Old County Road; Smithfield, RI 02917; -- Elementary, 5; petkat@ids.net Kathryn A. Tancrelle 2001 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year Secretary of Education Rod Paige, Kathryn Tancrelle, President George W. Bush


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recognized Kathryn A. Tancrelle, a fifth-grade teacher at Old County Road Elementary School, as Rhode Island's 2001 Teacher of the Year. A graduate of Providence College with a BA in political science and Rhode Island College with a Masters in Teaching Elementary Education, Kathryn Tancrelle has been teaching elementary education for 10 years.At Old County Road School, where Tancrelle has been teaching for four years, she serves on the Teacher Support and School Improvement teams, co-chaired the SALT visit preparation, and has actively participated in strategic planning and numerous curriculum committees.Tancrelle has also developed and led several workshops for adult education, including "Integrating Standards into Adult Education Practices," "Differentiating Instruction," and "Standards, Direct Instruction, and Comprehension."In addition to her outstanding leadership and teaching qualities, Tancrelle is known for her outreach efforts towards parents and families.Actively involved in adult and family literacy programs throughout the state for over 15 years, she has served as president of the Board of Directors of Project Learn/Literacy Volunteers of Northern Rhode Island since 1995.In her own words, "If even one teacher re-examines practices as a result of viewing school issues from the eyes of a non-reader, we are one step closer to solving the problem of illiteracy and enabling parents to take a more active role in their children's education."Commissioner McWalters offered these remarks: " Kathryn Tancrelle has committed her life to literacy learning for both children and adults.


www.projectlearnri.org [cached]

Kathryn Tancrelle, President


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recognized Kathryn A. Tancrelle, a fifth-grade teacher at Old County Road Elementary School, as Rhode Island's 2001 Teacher of the Year. A graduate of Providence College with a BA in political science and Rhode Island College with a Masters in Teaching Elementary Education, Kathryn Tancrelle has been teaching elementary education for 10 years.At Old County Road School, where Tancrelle has been teaching for four years, she serves on the Teacher Support and School Improvement teams, co-chaired the SALT visit preparation, and has actively participated in strategic planning and numerous curriculum committees.Tancrelle has also developed and led several workshops for adult education, including "Integrating Standards into Adult Education Practices," "Differentiating Instruction," and "Standards, Direct Instruction, and Comprehension."In addition to her outstanding leadership and teaching qualities, Tancrelle is known for her outreach efforts towards parents and families.Actively involved in adult and family literacy programs throughout the state for over 15 years, she has served as president of the Board of Directors of Project Learn/Literacy Volunteers of Northern Rhode Island since 1995.In her own words, "If even one teacher re-examines practices as a result of viewing school issues from the eyes of a non-reader, we are one step closer to solving the problem of illiteracy and enabling parents to take a more active role in their children's education."Commissioner McWalters offered these remarks: " Kathryn Tancrelle has committed her life to literacy learning for both children and adults.


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MRS. KATHRYN TANCRELLERHODE ISLANDTEACHER OF THE YEARAt a surprise school assembly, Mrs. Tancrelle was presented the honor of being Rhode Island's Teacher of the Year.Among the many dignitaries were the Smithfield Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, School Committee members, State Representatives, past Teacher of the year winners, Mr. Tancrelle and her 15 year old son.Mrs. Tancrelle spent 16 years volunteer-teaching adults to read and write before she obtained her master degree at Rhode Island College.She has served as president of the board of directors of Project Learn/Literacy Volunteers of Northern Rhode Island.Mrs. Tancrelle is a graduate of Providence College and a professional educator for 10 years.She has been teacher at Old County Road School for the past four years.


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