Mrs. Strock is in her fortieth year at the Richmond School. She is the Special Education Director. She works part-time; most weeks she is at Richmond on Wednesday mornings and all day Thursday. It is easiest to contact her via email, or leave a voicemail at 698-4001, ext 3.
Mrs. Strock is married and has two grown children.
Mr. Bell-Devaney is a special education teacher at RCS. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta, Canada and a Masters of Special Education and a CAGS in school leadership from American International College in Springfield, MA. He has worked with children with special needs in a variety of settings and taught ESL in Japan and Canada for many years. He is also a graduate of the mindfulness-based stress reduction teacher training program at the UMass Medical School’s Stress Reduction Center. He enjoys writing, painting, spending time with his teenage son, riding his mountain bike and playing ice hockey.
Mrs. Hosley attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts(formerly North Adams State College). In February 2010 she completed her Language and Literacy Masters Degree from Simmons College. She lives in Cheshire with her husband and two children.
She teaches a unique, multicultural enrichment program using multiple intelligences. Throughout the calendar year the children go on a “field trip” around the world making stops at each continent. The travel experiences are enhanced by crafts, language, music and cooking foods indigenous of the country being visited. The school year culminates with a family “Ethnic Fair” celebrating the travels the children have experienced throughout the year. Families experience the costumes, artifacts and foods that the children encountered throughout their studies.
Won’t you join us as we prepare for our next exciting travel extravaganza!