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Brittany Hiler was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. She always knew she wanted to be a teacher and went on to pursue her Early Elementary teaching degree at Plymouth State University in Plymouth New Hampshire. Throughout her experience in New Hampshire, she developed her passion for Special Education. In 2015, Mrs. Hiler moved back to Massachusetts, began her career in Newton Public Schools, and earned her master's degree in Special Education at Lasell University. Mrs. Hiler creates an inclusive classroom community that focuses on kindness and celebrating diversity. When she isn't teaching, Mrs. Hiler enjoys spending time with her family at her lake house on Lake Winnipesaukee. She also loves being with her Bernese Mountain Dog, Bennie, who has been visiting Bowen since she got him!
Carly Wiskowski was born and raised in Panama City, Panama and is a native Spanish speaker. She completed her Bachelors degree in Political Science at the University of Florida. After graduating, Carly worked as an aide and a substitute teacher at an international school in Panama where she discovered her true passion for teaching. She moved to Boston in 2015 to pursue her Master's in Education with a dual license in Elementary and Special Education. Prior to teaching 4th grade at Bowen, she worked as an intern in the 4th grade co-taught during the 2016-2017 school year. She is proud of her international background and is passionate about creating an inclusive classroom community, which celebrates diversity. When she is not teaching she loves to swim, travel to new countries, cook, and play soccer.
Mr. Chapin is originally from the South Shore and grew up in the town of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts. His journey in teaching started at Saint Michael's College in Vermont. Mr. Chapin fell in love with teaching, traveling and the outdoors. While in Vermont, Mr. Chapin worked for three years as a behavior interventionist. Feeling the need to explore the world, Mr. Chapin became an elementary school English teacher in Daegu, South Korea. Living in Korea allowed Mr. Chapin to learn more about culture and travel throughout Asia! South Korea is also where he met his lovely wife, HyoJin. Upon returning from Korea, Mr. Chapin completed his Masters degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in curriculum from Saint Michael's College. Today, Mr. Chapin and HyoJin live in Watertown and enjoy exploring Boston while trying all kinds of international foods! Mr. Chapin is also a big Boston sports fan! You may see him at Fenway cheering on the Red Sox! Mr. Chapin's focus is on cultivating kindness and preparing students for an increasingly globalized world! He is so excited to teach and learn with his new students, as he returns to his home state to teach!
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