Anne Danko has been employed as a Paraprofessional for almost ten years, presently working in the 1st, 6th and 7th grades as academic support to the students. Originally from the Berkshires, she also spent many years living in Southern California.
She makes her home in Pittsfield with her husband Gary of 24 years, their daughter Alexandra (14) and two dogs Lulu and Reginald. In her spare time she enjoys exercising, gardening and spending time with her friends and very large extended family.
Erin Weeden is a teaching paraprofessional. This is her 18th year with RCS. She has served as president of the Paraprofessional Unit of the REA for 10 years as well as vice president prior to that. She has three grown children, Seamus, Conor, and Meaghan. She lives in Pittsfield with her family including her horse Chanupa (Nupie) a Curly Mustang, two Bernese Mt. Dogs, Bart and Sacha, and a cat, Gizmo. She thoroughly enjoys working with children and assisting with their academic, social, and emotional growth. She also enjoys training her horse using Natural Horsemanship, training and exercising her dogs, gardening, refinishing and reupholstering furniture, natural crafts, and cooking.